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SO I JUST FINISHED REPLY 1997 AND I'M HALF SOBBING HALF DRY HEAVING BECAUSE ITS SO BEAUTIFUL AND SO MANY FEELINGS AND I CAN'T EVEN HOLD MYSELF TOGETHER AND WHAT THE HELL AM I GOING TO DO WITH MY LIFE NOW

Unusual Date Ideas: Hoya

This is inspired by this post. There are 20 different unusual date ideas in it and instead of re-ordering the numbers in my scenarios as 1-7, I decided to keep the numbers in tandem with the original post.

AND, since I waited so long to finish this, Musingsofthelostbeyond has started doing her take on it as well. Unlike me, I think she’s going to end up doing all the date ideas.

I’ve also decided to make it an early Valentine’s Day scenario. I hope you enjoy~

You felt the cold bite into your skin. Flakes of snow fell softly from the sky, coating the world in white. They clung to your hair, your eyelashes, and your clothes, but you didn’t care. You didn’t know why you had left your apartment in this type of weather or why you were only wearing a thin sweater, but here, alone in this winter wonderland, the cold felt pleasing.

It was your third year in Korea, your second winter. There was only one reason you had stayed here instead of heading back overseas to be with your family- Lee Howon. You had met him by chance one night at a convenience store down the street. It wasn’t until your second meeting that you realized he was Infinite’s Lee Howon. You probably should have known, but, honestly, who’s really thinking of celebrities during a snack run at two in the morning?

This was the second Valentine’s Day he had said that the two of you would be spending together (despite the fact that the Asian equivalent-White Day-was in March). The first was spent alone due to a change in his schedule. Seeing as how it was already eleven in the evening, this Valentine’s Day was also starting to seem no different than the last.

You sighed, rubbing your hands along your arms for warmth. He probably wasn’t coming, yet you still couldn’t tear your eyes away from staring into the distance.

‘Hope is a very funny thing,’ you thought.

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