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Changmin - Not Your Ordinary Girl

Bunching up your chocolate colored tights, your weight depressed the part of the bed that you leaned against as you lifted up one of your legs and pointed your toes. Slipping your foot into the tights, you slowly pulled the fitting fabric over your legs and placed the waistband just above your hips. Picking up your cream colored sweater dress, you carefully maneuvered the fabric over your figure. Lifting your hair from underneath the collar of the dress, you turned around and looked at your reflection in the mirror. Lifting a black leather jacket from the back of his desk chair, he slowly slipped his arms through the sleeves before adjusting the coat upon his shoulders. Grabbing the scarf that lay on his bed, he turned around and gazed at his reflection. With a graphic t shirt underneath his black leather jacket, he carefully wrapped the scarf around his neck as his eyes wandered over his black outfitted torso and jeans that fitted his lower half. Pinning up a section of your hair with a slightly sparkly clip, you looked at your darker complexion with the overall outfit. Turning yourself slowly from side to side, your eyes meticulously trailed over your figure as your stomach churned with anticipation. Exiting your bedroom, you headed over to the doorway where you grabbed your beige tall boots. Slipping your feet into the boots, you carefully zipped up the backs and pulled the leather upwards to reach just below your knee. Sliding the key into the ignition, he started the engine to his car, pressing in the clutch, he shifted his car into gear before releasing the clutch and adding some gas as he followed the directions on his phone to his predesigned destination. Shuffling your feet across the hardwood floor, you wrapped your arms around yourself as you slowly ran your thumb and finger over your lips while your mind slowly faded away in thought.

Hoya - Lonely Hearts

Five…Six…Seven…Eight, two bodies floated across the wood floor. Twisting, turning, moving with the music in perfect harmony, Hoya twirled you around him as the music continued. The music cut and you were in a dip position with Hoya looking down on you he smile and brought you back up into the upright position. “Take five, everyone.” The choreographer boomed as the dancers dispersed and talked, you walked over to your bag, your hand wrapped around your water bottle. You slid down the wall and sat on the floor engaging all of your senses into feeling that water rush down your parched throat. You closed your eyes trying to escape but you never had been able to, you thought of how your job would have been different if you weren’t so shy and if you weren’t so music crazy, but none-the-less you loved the position that you had landed. Even though you had never had any specific dance training you always were chosen to be the lead in everything that you do. All of the other girls and back-up dancers didn’t really like you for that reason as well as being a good dancer without having to work at it. But what they didn’t know was all the time, money, and pain that you had put into your career. “Hello?” Hoya squatted on the tips of his toes waving his hand in front of his face. You lowered the water bottle from your lips as you gazed on one of the members of Infinite. “Hello” You stretched out one of your legs and then started to bend over to stretch. You felt a hand on your back pushing you down a little further so that the pressure could stretch the tender muscles that you had been using. You gently sat up and took another sip of your water. “Let’s run that again!” The choreographer yelled over the chatter that filled the room. Hoya’s hands outreached to help you up; you slid your water bottle into your bag and placed your hands in his. You were impressed with the strength that he had to pull you up as well as his manners. After running that song another fifty times, everybody was free to go home. You walked over to your bag, placed some extra clothing that you had thrown over there into your bag. You said farewell to the manager and choreographer and left the room. Walking down the long lonely hall where only your thoughts accompanied you through your long journey. You looked at your phones ominously as the hallway opened into the main lobby. You heard your name faintly from behind you. You thought it was just the other girls making fun of your again. You name increased with volume as you slowed down and looked over your shoulder.

Hoya - The Birth of a Friendship

The smell of puppies and kitties spread throughout the air as you opened the doors to the Forever Happy Pet Shop. You had been working there for a couple months now, right after graduation you landed the job and you loved everything about the job except the cleaning part but as soon as you had some music playing you always managed to make it through. You were usually the only one working there. It was a small pet shop on the edge of the city, so they didn’t need very many employees. You had about thirty or forty pets that were either abused or puppies that ‘weren’t good enough’ for the larger pet shops in the city. You were leaning against the counter engaged in your story that you were writing on the front desk. A bunch of cameras, microphones and people were filing into your store. You picked out one of the faces in the crowd, you went up to your boss and asked what was going on. “Well, these celebrities needed a pet shop with underprivileged pets and so they found ours, contacted me and next thing I know they want to shoot a couple episodes here for their new series. I thought that it would be good publicity so I agree and here they are.” Your boss got excited with every passing moment. You went back over to the front desk and watched everybody as they crowded around the pets with their large equipment. You watched the pets’ reactions to these men but then flashes of light outside of the shop caught your eye and turned your attention to the screaming girls and the flashing cameras that was following around this group of guys. They looked a little older than you but not by much. You watched them as they passed by the front desk. Your manager grabbed your arm and started dragging you into the crowd of people with all of the cameras. “Will she do?” your manager asked this short man with a fedora on “She is perfect. Where did you find a beauty like her?” “She is my best employee and she has pet experience as well.” “She sounds very qualified. Perfect now we just need to get her into the look we want. Take her to hair and makeup. Right over there, Sir.” the director pointed into the group of boys.

Hoya - The Greatest Distance

You and Hoya, Hoya and you; being inseparable was an understatement; you completed each other, you went everywhere together. There was not one day that had gone by that you weren’t with him or thinking about him. He always showed you off in public and with the fans. He wasn’t afraid of what the media said about you two, he was fearless. You were looking through pictures on the computer about you and Hoya. It had been six years since the media had found Hoya and you, both singing and acting in a drama together, since then everything fell into place; you have been married to Hoya for four years and had a son together, who was two, Teo. Filing through the pictures of you and Hoya in the hospital with Teo brought tears to your eyes as you watched the years fly by with all of the beautiful memories that you have made together over the years. Hoya entered the room and saw you staring at the computer with tears in your eyes, he came over and wrapped his arms around your neck and raised your hands and rested them on his. He kissed your head as a tear rolled down your cheek. Wiping the tear away he brushed your hair away and pulled up a picture on the computer of your wedding day. “I am so glad that I got the chance to marry you.” He whispered in your ear causing another tear to fall “I am too.” You stared at his almond brown eyes. You both leaned in for the kiss as Teo came into the room and pushed Hoya over to the floor. Hoya naturally played along and fell onto the ground like he was hurt. Then Teo became increasingly worried and ran over to you looked at you and then back at Hoya. “Mommy, Daddy is hurt can you help him?” Your child looked up at you as Hoya did and your heart melted as you moved off of the chair and onto your knees.