Yoohyeon was in her hotel room lying down on her bed after a heated kiss from Minji. The girl that once hurted her because of protecting her now dead sister from her. She tried to process the incident that occured as she pinched her nose so hard just to sense that she was not dreaming at all.
"I'm not dreaming" Yoohyeon whispered to herself as she dazed in an empty wall. She slapped her fluffy cheeks with her hands, left and right, just to make sure she was not in her own fantasies.
"And I ing kissed her back" This time she stood up and pace back and forth, mumbling some words.
"I'm definitely not dreaming"
"But she kissed me first"
"And you kissed her back, you idiot" She groaned in embarrassment as she buried her face on her pillows.
"Am I ready? To love her?" Yoohyeon asked herself. She was not sure of herself if she was prepared for her heart to be broken again. She lost the love of her life without even remembering how truly they loved each other for almost a year. And that when she met Minji, she helped her remembered everything but by hurting both of themselves.
Minji indirectly tried to made her recall the memories of Jiu, through her same features, and her tattoo that symbolizes their love. But even though she had some speculations about her, she was slowly falling in love with her. Minji.
The seven years of not communicating with her friends in Seoul was part of her healing to the devastating years of her life but to no avail, Yoohyeon still have to face her past. She promised herself not to fall in love again once she's ready to open her heart. But then, there's Minji, attempting to take her heart any moment and that she was willing to give.
Yoohyeon was in confusion whether she should or not.
"Do you mind, my Jiu?" Yoohyeon asked her dead girlfriend while looking at their picture together.
"I mean, she's your sister. And I think I have feelings for her."
"Is it because she looked like you?"
"Or is it because I think she's you"
"It's been years, Ji, but I still can't get over you"
Yoohyeon muttered the last two words