Park Jimin used to be an attractive and popular middle schooler—well liked by the same sex, but ostracized by the girls. Nevertheless, he was able to brush all that off, because the only option that truly mattered to him was Min Yoongi, a classmate with whom he shared a shelter from rain once, followed by quite few other precious and significant memories. He even succeeded at making plans to meet with the quiet and innocent boy at the summer festival, but a simple misunderstanding, and Yoongi’s subsequent disappearance, left him walking the halls of his school friendless.
Now in high school, Jimin is not your typical adolescent boy. Determined to be because a class favorite this time, he avoids all unwanted attention and, instead of acting cute and feminine, only stands out through his tomboyish behavior and disheveled look. But still, his world is soon turned upside down when the only boy he ever liked unexpectedly comes into his life once again—except he goes by the name of Kim Yoongi now, and it is not his name alone that has gone through a sea change.