She surely thought that Dongwoo was being ridiculous. She shouldn’t have been the one to follow him when he stormed off, though. That job was reserved for the person who had turned and left in the direction opposing the one Dongwoo had taken. Friends as though he believed that. He pulled the jacket around him, doing his best to pull himself back together. He and Sungyeol could have this fight later, but he certainly wasn’t having it with someone he was fairly certain was Sungyeol’s ex - or at least someone who had once been a romantic interest.
She let out another sigh, lightly poking the guy in the arm. “I’m serious. We’re friends- we’re not even friends, actually. We just saw each other out of coincidence. It was just out of luck. We hadn’t planned anything.” She ruffled her hair, looking around as if it’d give her an answer. “Even though I don’t really get why you’re acting like a jealous high schooler, I really don’t want you to misunderstand. I’ve had enough of those in my life.” She nodded lightly.