"What the fuck was that about Dr. Park?'
"What happened Yoongi?" Jimin demands again.
"I asked you first JIMIN."
"I can only assume that it has something to do with your lifestyle and the violence that is associated with it. I mean look at how you are dressed, ready to hit the streets I see?" Jimin states condescendingly.
"First of all, you can drop the condescending attitude you righteous prick…he fell off the couch and hit the corner of the coffee table. At least that is what the babysitter told me." Yoongi argues back.
"Oh I see, so you leave your son home with some incompetent crack whore so you can go party it up all night? is that it?"
"Listen here you little motherfucker! You better watch your tone with me before I decide to rearrange that pretty little smile of yours! You will be drinking through a straw if you aren't careful about what you say to me!" Yoongi threatens.
"Violence? You are gonna threaten me with violence?! Nice! Quite the role model you turned out to be Yoongi!"
Five years ago, their dreams of debuting together were shattered when Yoongi abruptly left the company without a word. Now, they meet again as Yoongi's best friend signs on to become a rapper.
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25 Sep 2020
Amidst dreams of shadows and greed, Yoongi keeps trying to breathe passion into his faceless music. When the opportunity to produce the debuting track of a new idol arises, he takes it, not knowing that Park Jimin was going to bring him different kinds of dreams, all in blue hues, all made of heartbreak.
The truth isn't a song, and it's simple.
Jimin was in love with someone who wasn't there, and Hoseok was in love with someone who didn't see him.
Hoseok is gone now.
He probably didn’t even leave a body behind to bury. He probably walks with the dead ones now.
Jungkook’s hands clench into fists, his lungs burn when he replies, “I’ll come with you.”
Jungkook has lost Hoseok. There's no point in chasing after dead people.
Yoongi lost Jimin and he refuses to stop looking for him.
“Ten-thousand lives could go by, and I would still find you.”