Zelo Shot- Wake UpJun Hong had been watching his friend sleep for over half of the car ride. How she’d managed to get any sleep when Young Jae and Dae Hyun were joking around behind them was beyond the 17 year old’s comprehension. It was the oddest thing but she was just as tired as he and his bandmates. In the fifteen minutes they’d spent driving around Washington D.C. she’d managed to fall asleep around six minutes in.Zelo Shot- Wake Up by Dix-EWarrior
It wasn’t like the idol blamed her. The girl seemed like she was always working. Heck, she’d been so worried about taking the day off to spend time with her “precious little Jun Hongie” even after her managers had told her that she needed the break. ________ had two jobs and worked very hard at both. It was one of the things that had never changed about his friend. Even moving to America hadn’t changed her and the boy was glad for that.
________ had been one of his closest primary school friends. Her father had been brought to Mokpo
AliveAlive by LynN8596
The white light from the small crack of the only window in the underground room woke Youngjae from his slumber, his eyelids fluttering. His eyebrows scrunched on his forehead as he raised his body from the floor. The dirty sheets that kept him warm that night fell against his lap, dust floating in the air. The basement scented of iron and rotting food, but the boy in a white t-shirt and shorts could only think of one person.
“Hana,” he whispered as his mind came back from his dreams. He dreamt of him and Hana running and laughing on the beach, their feet sinking in the soft sand below them as the sun sets. He pushed away the sheets to see a girl beside him, her legs folded near her chest, her eyes shut. Her chestnut hair fell over her face, only an oversized shirt clothing her.
“Wake up, Hana,” Youngjae shook the girl gently. Her slanted eyes opened slowly, her pupils moving towards Youngjae.
“Go,” she told him before she pulled back the sheets above