✿ My Valentine’s Day plans: Work on writing, finally play the new DLC, and try to forget that no one is going to give me any chocolate. But in the meantime… Some holiday-appropriate headcanons!
Makes this day all about you, and sticks to pretty traditional date locations.
The Zoo, the Aquarium - y’know. The kind of “first date” locations a teenager would take his first datemate too. The sort of stuff you’d find in a game like Tokimeki Memorial or Love Plus.
…You have a sneaking suspicion that Yoosung might have gotten his dating ideas from a romance game.
Oh well. it’s cute.
He’s kind of modest with his gifts - y’know, heart shaped box of chocolate, plush teddy bear, a bouquet of very tasteful flowers - but you can tell it’s because he didn’t want to overwhelm you.
At first, he’s super anxious about how you’re enjoying the day, but he starts relaxing around lunchtime and getting into the day.
You get to act a bit like a kid again. Getting excited about things, pointing out animals… Yoosung even stops to get you a a balloon shaped like a tiger.
Valentine’s Day with Yoosung is pure. Refreshing. Comforting, in a way the holiday often… isn’t.
HOW LONG HAS THIS MAN BEEN WAITING FOR VALENTINES DAY?
Zen shows up at your door at eight AM with the biggest teddy bear you’ve ever seen, a huge, hulking bag full of chocolates, and so many flowers that you think he actually purchased an entire boutique.
Before you can really process all of these gifts, he’s presenting you tickets to a musical he got for you and the news that you’ve got a fancy dinner reservation and he got you a new dress for the occasion, do you want to try it on?
you are basically steamrolled by this excited puppy.
Keeping up with Zen is nightmarish, because he wants to do everything and make your Valentine’s Day as memorable as possible. When he notices that he’s tired you out, though…
He stops and gives you a piggy-back ride to the next place on your list.
Super shy and insecure about pleasing you on Valentine’s Day, but surprisingly enough, she’s a total natural at it.
She hand-makes you chocolates, surprises you with a cake, and the two of you go to a botanical garden afterwards to enjoy the flowers.
Jaehee is very interested in all the scientific facts about the plants, and the both of you point out your favorite flowers and smile.
She takes pictures of you, you take pictures of her, and the both of you get all cute and giggly.
Afterwards, you go rest at a coffeeshop, and Jaehee takes the cutest sounds as she talks to you about the new blend of coffee she wants to try.
You reach out, wiping away a little dollop of whipped cream that’s gotten on her nose… and you know what it’s like to be at peace.
Surprises you by taking the day off, and - furthermore - by not taking you to a fancy restaurant on your date.
Jumin takes you to a carnival.
It seems he’s taken it to heart, that he can’t just drown you in money to make happy memories, so he wants to do something that the “commoners” do with you.
…Seeing a corporate CEO on a rollercoaster is hilarious, but even more hilarious is seeing him desperately trying to win you things from all of the carnival games.
His aim is pretty bad, his reflexes are slow… but there’s nothing sweeter than his determined expression as he tries to win you a cat plush from the whack-a-mole stand.
You teach him about cotton candy, dippin’ dots, and other festival food. You go to cheap souvenir shops together, and you see Jumin stop in front of one of the stands selling mainly aluminum jewelry.
More specifically, though… it’s those lockets that come in pairs, the ones that are various shapes broken down the middle so they form a pair with their other half.
Jumin is fascinated, and even though they’re cheap, mass-manufactured goods, he gets a key-chain to share with you so he can have you in his thoughts always.
While Seven spends the week leading up to the “big day” making fun of consumerism, he does actually relish the idea of spending Valentine’s Day with you, and he surprises you by actually preparing something beforehand.
That something is, interestingly enough, delivered in the form of a specially made robot that wakes you up with recitations of love poetry and them vomits paper hearts and glitter on you.
You spend the morning chasing Seven around for getting glitter all over your pajamas, where you then realize that he’s decorated your entire apartment with hearts, cupids, and red and white streamers.
He’s also bought a cake, a huge mountain of soda… and a pizza that he’s cut in the shape of a heart. It’s enough food that you’re certain you won’t have to leave the house the entire day, and it’s then that you see the absolute mass of boxes he’s piled up by the TV.
Video game boxes. Saeyoung’s great plans for the day is a video game date where you eat terrible food and play cooperative games.
…Honestly, the thought of avoiding all the other crowded, couple filled places is great, and you can’t help but admire how he prepared all this without letting you know at all.
Okiayu: “How about here” Midorikawa: “Is this sekuhara? (sexual harassment)” Okiayu: “I’m pointing to the ring. Its the ring!” Okiayu: “Then….this” Midorikawa: “Can you also let me touch you there?” Okiayu: “What was that? this is turning into a different genre!” Okiayu: “Ok…the hand” Midorikawa: “Ah~” Okiayu: “Thats not it!! do it properly!”