“This will be our last life time together. I promise I will find a way to stop being your soul mate. I never want to be with you again, ever!”
Park Choong Jae didn’t know why he remembered, but these were the last words his soul mate had said in their previous life. He wanted to become a singer so that somewhere around the world, his soulmate can see and remember him. And hopefully he can change her mind. But what he had not expected was to be introduced to the one he longed for as the newest member in his soul mate's band. Park Choong Jae finally saw that his soul mate meant what he had said in their previous life. And the first step he took to stop the soulmate cycle - reborn into the same gender group as Choong Jae.
Will he be able to convince Andy he had really changed? Or will Andy succeed in ending the cycle?
Most people over-fantasise the concept of soul mates, but Park Choong Jae knows better. There isn’t much difference from other couples, other than the fact that you will recognise your other half’s soul when you see him or her. The certainty is there and you will not love another person the same way. Oh, and of course you will always end up with the same person for the life times both of you manage to meet. But other than that, there is really nothing different about having soul mates. It’s just like any couples in love; you aren’t entirely selfless, you will quarrel, you can get angry with each other, and sometimes…sometimes it is even possible to screw things up so bad to the point that your soul mate gives up on you.
Why he knows all that? Because he remembers. He knows it is not normal. No one is supposed to know about soul mate until the two finally meet. Even then, you aren’t supposed to remember your past lives. But somehow, Park Chong Jae remembers. Not everything but shards of memory about his and his soul mate’s previous lives. And in the last one, in her deathbed, she had promised that she will never be with him again.