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"Hey, I'm heading to the store, d'you need anything?" ~saintlymistersinger


                 [    ]         Baby looked up, a small smile on her lips. “Maybe some more of that sweet iced tea? It’s really helpful on those hot days, especially since they’ve been getting hotter and hotter,” she frowned. She always hated the summer months, and opted to spend them in colder places. But since she was with Bobby now, migration wasn’t quite an option.

Bobby Appears on “Show Me the Money 4″ to Support Song Mino

On August 28, Mnet’s “Show Me The Money 4,” revealed the final battle between the last remaining contestants, Basick and Song Mino.

The behind the scenes for each performance was also shown in this episode. Song Mino decided to meet up with the third season’s winner, Bobby. Song Mino was able to express his true emotions as he stated, “When I decided to appear on season 4, the pressure from the public was unbearable. Your name was brought up often. I told myself it would be okay, but inside, I was so nervous. I know that if I don’t win, I’ll be compared to Bobby. I had such a hard time.”

He further continued, “While preparing for my debut, I learned that I need to become stronger mentally in order to overcome hardships. However, these days it has been really hard. I’m so sorry and so sad. When I told my father that I’m alright, he started crying. I debated a lot whether or not I should just drop out of the program.”

Bobby provided his honest opinion and said, “I didn’t know that you would come all the way here. However, the winner is Song Mino!” and showed his full support for his label mate Song Mino.

(Scenario) Bobby: Neighbours (Part 2)

I apologise for any major mistakes, English is not my mother tongue. 

You can read part 1 here.

Title: Neighbours

Pairing: originalcharacterxbobby

Length: 1443 words

Genres: Fluff, smut later



Nathalie was lying on her couch when she heard a knock on the front door. With a frown, she got up from the sofa and glanced at the clock on the wall. Who in their right mind would visit someone at almost 11PM?

Quickly, she grabbed her old sweatpants, which was lying on the floor, before she jumped into them. Then she headed towards the door. With tapping hands on the wall in the entrée, she felt her way towards the socket outlet before turning on the light.

Not wanting to let the person behind the door wait more than necessary, she unlocked the door and opened it.

Which she wished she’d never done.

She was standing in the doorway with in a T-Shirt, which she got when she was 16 or something. Her old sweatpants, which Theo had vomited on multiple times, didn’t really do anything for her appearance either and neither did her tired makeup free face. 

Outside the door stood her knew neighbour, with a big smile on his face. And boy, did he look amazing. He had black short hair, which really allowed his eyes to shine – well, they were not very big but from what she could see, they were indeed captivating. And don’t let her start on his outfit; he was still dressed in a military uniform.

Oh God, men in uniforms…

“Good evening. I’m sorry for disturbing you this late, but I was wondering if I could ask for a favour?” the man asked with a smile. The cold wind was beginning to set in and Nathalie was getting goosebumps all over. Or was it caused by the handsome man?

“Oh I totally forgot to introduce myself, how rude of me,” he rambled on and held out his hand for Nathalie to shake. “My name is Jiwon. You can call be Bobby too if you want, it’s not an easy name to pronounce, I know.”

Slowly, Nathalie took the man’s hand and shook it. His hand was warm and he had a somewhat strong grip.

“Nathalie,” she said quietly, turning all shy suddenly. He smiled at her again – there was something so genuine about that smile.

“Well Nathalie,” he said, tasting the name. “I didn’t want to seem like a creep or anything but I just saw that there was some lights on over here, so I figured out someone would be up. I wanted to know if it was possible to borrow a computer or something for just a second? You see, I moved in over there just a couple of days ago and there’s still no Internet access yet. My phone has been buggering me lately, so I need to log into my telecom to find my PUK code so I can use my phone again. Is there a possibility that I could do that here? I promise it won’t take long.”

“Oh of course, come on in,” Nathalie quickly said and stepped aside so Jiwon could get pass her. When he was inside, she closed the door behind him and offered to take his jacket, which he politely declined.

She showed him the way into the living room, and offered to make them a cup of tea or coffee. 

“Oh no thank you, I don’t want to cause any trouble more than necessary,” he replied with a smile and sat down onto one of the couches. She quickly turned on her computer and gave it to him, so he could find whatever he needed to find.

She went into the kitchen and made some tea anyway. 

Just as she came into the living room with two cup of teas in her hands, he had placed the computer back onto the table. With a thankful smile he accepted the warm cup and took a sip of it. She sat down the couch next to the one he sat in and took a sip of her own.

“This is really delicious,” he said and looked at her. “What flavour is it?”

“Forest berries,” she mumbled shyly and kept her gaze at the dark water in the cup.

They sat silently in a while, with a rather awkward atmosphere, before Jiwon cleared his throat.

“You have a really beautiful house,” he comment and looked around. “It’s quite big too; do you live here by yourself?”

“Ah, no,” she replied with a shy smile and looked up. “I live here with my son too. He’s sleeping upstairs right now.”  

While nodding understandingly, he looked interestingly at her. He was happy that she was finally speaking up so it wouldn’t be too awkward.

“I see. I have a son too,” he said smilingly before continuing. “He’s fourteen. Michael is his name.”

“Oh that’s quite an age,” she commented and took looked at him. “You don’t look that old, if I may comment on your age. No, wait, I’m sorry. That was a terrible thing to say. What a way to get to know your knew neighbour.”

He laughed loudly at her red cheeks; she was afraid she might have offended him, but he seemed like a rather open-minded person.

“Nah, don’t worry about it. Biologically he’s my older sister’s son, but unfortunately she passed away nine years ago,” he said and his smile never faded. She didn’t really know how to reply to that but luckily he shook his head and came at her rescue. “You don’t have to say anything. It’s a long time ago and we’re fine now.” 

She smiled slightly but still felt incredibly guilty of making him talk about such a sensitive topic. God, she really was terrible.

“So what about you? How old is your child? Are there no father around, if I may ask?” he asked her and placed his now empty cup on the table next to the computer.

“His name’s Theodore. He’s 3 years old. And no, there’s no father around,” she replied with a shy smile. It was a rather personal question, but he seemed to have no problem with it whatsoever. So neither did she.

They sat in silence once again, both of them not knowing what to say, before Nathalie finally pulled herself together and asked him something.

“So, I’m guessing you work for the military somehow?” she asked him and he nodded smilingly.

“Yeah, I’m sorry I didn’t change before coming over here; I just got home before coming here. Michael haven’t stopped talking about Internet access since we got here, so I figured I better contact the telecom as fast as possible,” he rambled on comfortably and leaned back into the sofa. “.What about you? What do you do for a living?”

“I’m a student. I’m studying English at the university, and as a part time job I have a middle school class I teach,” she explained and placed her own empty cup on the table.

“Oh really? I once-“ Jiwon began before he was cut of.

“MUUUM!” they heard a yell from somewhere upstairs. Quickly she got up from the couch and looked apologetic at Jiwon as he himself was getting up from the couch too.

“I’m sorry…” was all she could say, but he shook his head, assuring her that it was fine. 

“Don’t worry, Nathalie, I’ve been there before a long time ago,” he said with a smile on his face. 

“MUUUUUUUM!” Theo scream again. Nathalie yelled for her son to wait two seconds, before she and Jiwon walked into the entrée. Jiwon got on his coat and shoes, before turning around to look at Nathalie. 

“Well, thank you so much for your help. I wrote the code onto a piece of paper, so I shouldn’t bother you again,” he said with a cheeky smile. Before she could reply him, he opened the door and walked outside.

“Next time I could give some tea, maybe?” he offered as he looked at her small frame in the door. “It’s always nice to know someone in a new town.”

She couldn’t help but smile shyly as she nodded.

“I’d love that,” she replied before returning the small waving motion Jiwon was sending her. When he turned around and walked towards his own house, Nathalie closed the door and locked it.

“MUMUMUMUMMMM,” Theo screamed almost crying now, so she quickly turned off the light in the small entrée but also in the living room. 

“I’m coming now baby,” she yelled and ran upstairs. The whole way upstairs to Theo’s room she was thinking about her new neighbour. 


She bit her lip and tried to calm herself down.

It was just a cup of tea. He just needed her help. Calm down Nathalie, goddamn it. He’s your neighbour!