13 Oct 2020
“Wait! How did you give birth to a child?”
“Ask Yoo Joonghyuk.”
Lee Jihye finally gets to ask her question when Yoo Joonghyuk wakes up from his depression nap.
“I’m here to make sure you’re getting enough sleep.”
“I am getting enough sleep!” The lie slid out his lips as easily as his breath. Did this man even have a bit of a moral conscience?
Knowing Kim Dokja, probably not.
Yoo Jonghyuk simply stared down at him.
“Okay, maybe I’m not getting as much sleep as I should. But at least I’m still sleeping!”
“How would you know that? You didn’t even use Lie Detection! I really am getting sleep!”
[‘Lie Detection’ has been activated.]
24 Dec 2020
“Stop whining. He agreed to meetup somewhere public so he’s probably not a catfish at least.”
“If he doesn’t stand you up,” Han Sooyoung supplied helpfully.
“Thanks. This is doing wonders to my self-confidence.”
Han Sooyoung grinned. “Always happy to help.”
In which Kim Dokja is a broke college student who makes poor life decisions courtesy of his best friend Han Sooyoung.
30 Dec 2020
Kim Dokja has suicidal tendencies. Random people show up trying to stop him. He somehow gains a bunch of family members he never knew he had.
Yoo Jonghyuk is the handsome popular prince of the Kaizenix Kingdom, a perfect fairy tale prince who will find a perfect bride out of all the pretty neighbor country princesses. They will have a cliche romance drama story filled with intrigue, betrayal, friends, and villains until both can overcome their hurdles together and fall in love. Over and over and over again.
In reality, Yoo Jonghyuk is nothing more than a puppet on strings, who relives this cliche romance over and over again, saving helpless girls in one ending, having a harem in another, until a side noble character, Kim Dokja starts to act differently as he should and Jonghyuk likes it.
Inspired by the webtoon "beware of the villainess" (and a bit of trash of the count's family)