“Small your height, Sooyoung. This isn’t small at all!” Joohyun exasperatedly exclaimed as they arrived at their destination.
It was a huge and grand vacation house in front of a secluded white beach. Seulgi stood there in amazement, mirroring Joohyun’s expression. Seungwan looked around and saw the beach area complete with the net for beach volley, grilling area, sunbathing area and some jet skis by the water. She scanned the area until she glanced at Sooyoung’s way who was still talking to two men-in-black. The couple with her noticed and looked too.
“We are very sorry Ms. Sooyoung, this is the only place we were able to secure with your short notice. But rest assured that we have prepared everything you requested. We are also preparing the paragliding equipments and setting up the zip lines, the banana boat is already on its way—”
“Stop! I told you, this is more than enough. Can you please tell my dad to calm his down?”
“U-Uh—but Ms. Sooyoung we can’t—”
Sooyoung sighed madly. “Fine I get it you can’t say the word to him. But we’ll be fine here. I’ll just call you if ever we still need anything, which I highly doubt.” She turned back to walk towards her bandmates as the two men bowed in respect to her. As soon as she’s walking ahead of them, she murmured, “I hate it how they overreacted when I told them I’ll be bringing some friends with me. Gosh my parents know how to exaggerate.”
Joohyun and Seulgi just looked at each other in complete understanding that yep, their hypothesis, that Sooyoung is filthy rich, is true.
They settled then on the cozy living room overlooking an inside pool and jacuzzi on the side separated with sliding glass doors. They decided to rest first after their two-hour journey—almost on an artist van but Sooyoung quickly called to have it replaced by a regular seven-seater SUV (much to Seulgi’s disappointment)—before they proceed to their rooms.
Sooyoung slumped at the loveseat beside the couch where the three was currently sitting. “This villa has only two rooms, one here at the first floor—“ She pointed to the corner room past the kitchen. “–and the other one is upstairs, so we have to split into two for the rooms. Sorry.”
Seulgi stood up abruptly and went to take a look at the corner room Sooyoung pointed then run upstairs to check out the other room then went back down, shouting that the other room has a veranda overlooking the beach while running. “What are you apologizing for Sooyoung-ah? The rooms are gigantic! Even my whole family will fit in there!” She exclaimed.
“The rooms only have two beds each Seulgi-unnie.” Sooyoung explained.
“Yeah, big elephant-sized!” She gestured her hand to demonstrate how big it is then jumped to sit between Seungwan and Joohyun, making the two bounce on their seat.
“YAH KANG SEULGI YOU’RE SO HYPER!” Joohyun growled.
“I am excited!” Seulgi exclaimed.
Seungwan chuckled at her childish antics. “So, how do we go about splitting the rooms?”
Sooyoung shrugged. “Just pick wherever you like.”
“On the count of three?” Joohyun asked, scooting on the edge of the couch to start.
“I’ll count. I can settle wherever’s free.” Sooyoung suggested.
“Okay.” Seulgi said and Joohyun and Seungwan nodded.
“1… 2… 3!”
Seulgi and Joohyun looked at each other briefly in surprise while the other two started gathering their things to settle it in their respective rooms.
Seulgi thought for sure that Joohyun would pick the room upstairs because it had the overlooking beach and veranda which Joohyun loves so much. She shrugged and smiled at Joohyun who replied to the smile as well as she picked her things up and proceeded to go upstairs in tow of Sooyoung.
Joohyun followed Seungwan after gathering her things as she wondered why Seulgi chose the room upstairs when she knew the younger girl hates bright rooms that faced the sunlight when she woke up and is too lazy to go up and down the stairs to check out the refrigerator for food. But this is good. At least she’s got to spend some time with Sooyoung and maybe Seulgi would change her impression of hers as a Seungwan-obsessed psycho.
After they settled, Sooyoung told them that their next stop is at a restaurant that, surprise, they own. There were no further instructions after that, so they went outside the villa using the other entrance which faced the roadside instead of the beach. The three of them were surprised upon founding four Honda Scoopy in colors yellow, green, blue and pink waiting for them.
“That’s our ride.” Sooyoung simply said then wore the green aviator motorcycle helmet.
“I-I can’t ride that!” Joohyun exclaimed, overwhelmed at the vehicle in front of her.
“Don’t worry Hyunnie! It’s automatic, it’s like riding a bike but with less pedaling.” Seulgi said as she wore her helmet excitedly and comfortably sat on the scooter.
“N-no! Are you crazy?!” Joohyun exclaimed.
“You can’t ride a bik