Growing up Kim Namjoo has only known hideous faces and the sheen veils in which her families hide behind. Unlike her Kim Jongin has grown up in a reputable family; happy and carefree, but behind closed doors family dynamics are tangled cobwebs he has always wished to escape. One day Namjoo comes back home from abroad more flippant than ever for an engagement her family has arranged, but on D-Day, she runs. And then she meets Jongin, a budding prosecutor. Beginning their woeful encounter with: "I waited three lifetimes for you."
***Characters are mine, this is all from my imagination. I'm only borrowing images and names, no other intention
I watched a documentary and then something uneventful happened over the course of a weekend for me, and it's been dramatic and stressful and depressing at most. I've shed quite a few buckets of tears like I'm sure we all do when we have difficult times. So, I want to dedicate this story to all of us who are having a hard time. Just simply putting it out there that at the end of a long, mucky and dark tunnel, there will be a light.
Thanks for even coming here, for looking at the synopsis, or if you've been a loyal reader, thank you a lot. I've poured a lot of myself into every letter and I hope you all know that. Thanks for enjoying all I write and for reading this. Please enjoy.