Things start getting a bit weird for Jihoon after the department store he works at gets a mysterious, very lifelike mannequin.
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25 Jul 2018
Yoongi’s so broke he has to share a shitty apartment with his twin sister, Yoonji. He’s got a shitty 9-9 job in a shitty advertising agency that’s basically killing him. He thinks his life couldn’t possibly get worse until he sees his ex in the drama his sister’s watching.
“We could’ve been rich now if you hadn’t broken up with Jin-oppa…” Yoonji mutters, turning up the volume on the drama she’d been watching. “Maybe you could try calling him-”
“No. We agreed not to bother each other.” Yoongi grunts, trying to tear his eyes away from the screen, but it cuts to a close-up shot of Jin’s lips whispering something, and Yoongi wants to throw the laptop out the window.
“He might want you back…” Yoonji says, in a throwaway sing-song way.
“No. He doesn’t.” Yoongi had made sure of that, and he hates himself for it.
20-somethings Min Twins working class hell AU in which Yoongi and Seokjin broke up 5 years ago and haven’t seen or talked to each other since. Until now.
Featuring Yoonji in the way that Nicki Minaj features on Monster.
- Part 1 of Modern Love
Jennie can be confident enough for the both of them.
Jennie doesn’t do relationships.
Lisa is a hopeless romantic.
Rosé thinks those two should end up together.
And Jisoo feels like it’s all her fault.
But perhaps, some songs by the campfire and small tents will help them sort out their problems.
Fandoms: BLACKPINK (Band), 방탄소년단 | Bangtan Boys | BTS
14 Nov 2018
"Jennie’s objectively attractive,” Lisa acknowledges. “At least, until she opens her mouth and reveals all that ugly inside.”
“Nobody at this school cares about what’s inside, Lisa,” says Jisoo. “Jennie’s got it all: good looks, brains, and the perfect amount of bitchiness to keep her lackeys under control."
Lisa finds that going to a public school is exactly what the movies told her it would be. Maybe she's not a huge fan of the social cliques, but they're there: the athletes, the nerds, the popular girls, and the rest.
Then there's Jennie Kim, who manages to fit all of those categories and, somehow, create her own.
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17 Jul 2018