Some of my favorite K-Drama songs from 2016, part two.
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01. Chanyeol & Punch - Stay With Me (Goblin) 02. Davichi - Forgetting You (Scarlet Heart: Ryeo) 03. Yoon Mi Rae - Always (Descendants of the Sun) 04. Basick & INKII - In the Illusion (W - Two Worlds) 05. Gummy - You Are My Everything (Descendants of the Sun) 06. Taeyeon - All With You (Scarlet Heart: Ryeo) 07. Crush - Beautiful (Goblin) 08. Noel - Again (Please Come Back Mister) 09. Sam Kim - Who Are You (Goblin) 10. Im Sun Hee - Will Be Back (Scarlet Heart: Ryeo) 11. Rocoberry - Console Myself (Bring it On, Ghost!) 12. SunBee - Hello (Shopping King Louis) 13. Han Hee Jung - Dreaming (Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo) 14. Woo Yerin - Struggling to You (Beautiful Gong Shim) 15. SALTNPAPER - Bye, Autumn (Jealousy Incarnate) 16. Bernard Park - DIRT (Beautiful Mind) 17. Echae En Route - Uneasy Romance (Another Miss Oh) 18. Elsa Kopf - IF (One More Happy Ending) 19. Tearliner (ft. Kim Go Eun) - Attraction (Cheese in the Trap)
Request: hi! i am not sure if you still write for scarlet heart ryeo, but if you do could I request a angst for wang baek-ah any kind of angst that you would like to write, but can the ending be fluffy. thank you 😊💗
~Note: I am trying something a little different for this one. I hope you will like it!!~
You always woke up in a confused and sad state. A symptom you brought back with you after a near death experience. A car crash which was caused by a drunk driver that took lives from the people you were in the car with and left you in a coma like state for nearly 3 months but if felt like years. You were scarred and wheelchair bound for gosh knows how long but you were glad to be alive.
Yet all you could dream about the Goryeo Dynasty and the son’s of King Taejo during that time and even now. You were a daughter of the king named Wang Hee Ji and managed to get a stupid crush on your half brother, it grossed you out but it was something you never wanted to forget. That you died so young and without telling the man she loved that she loved him. But one thing you knew was that she died in his arms after begging him to take her from the unstable home they all grew up in. Not that you could truly believe that Wang Baek-ah would fall for you when he was mad for Woohee. You were crazy to believe it was real. But you were going to have to live in the now more than the dreamland you created.
Your headphones rested in your ears as your friend pushed your wheelchair in the museum with your college history class. Almost instantly pulling them out as you read the little board near the door it was a Goryeo exhibit. “Baek-ah” you mumbled as your friend gave you a look “what?” she asked “nothing nothing. Don’t worry” you tell her. Your eyes danced around before landing on the presenter of the exhibit. You didn’t catch on the similarities of the man and someone from your past.
“BB cream” your friend said as she moved away from your seat before coming back “this could get rid of that thing” she said gesturing to your scar “scars don’t change people” you tell her as you pushed yourself over to the counter putting the jar back up before linking eyes with one of the people. “Soo” you spoke loudly as she looked up before looking down at you “Heeji” she said back before your friend grabbed your chair.
You calmly sat taking in the art, Wang So was clearly there. “You can leave me” you tell your friend as she went to grab the chair again. You gave a sad smile as your mind flashed back to everything. Eun, Won, Wook, Yo, So, Jung, even Baek-ah were real.
“How long were you alive after I passed?” you hear you recognized the voice as you smiled “I have no idea really” “4-5 years. I died don’t know from what before 30 I know that much” you say with a laugh. “I’m back to being 22 again” you say “I’m Y/N Y/L/N” you inform as you stick your hand out. “Go Haejin” she said as you looked at her you could see the tears and sadness she leaked as you smiled. “You’ll find him” you said as you grabbed your hand “here. I would like to text you” you say as she takes it from you.
“One more month of this” you mumble as Haejin held your door open to a fast food place. “Spicy kimchi noodles” you tell her knowing you still couldn’t hold a tray well on crutches. She handed you the cups “coke” she says with a smile as you nod heading towards the fountains.
You awkwardly stood as you went to fill the cup, your arm let go of the crutch and it almost instantly fell before a hand grabbed it. “You look like you need help” you hear as you smile looking over almost falling over when you took in the person in front of you. But he quickly grabbed you “you don’t need to fall for me, you know?” he jokes as you snapped out of it. “I am Joohyuk” he told you as he stood you up taking your cups and passing your crutch back. “What do you need?” he asked as you smiled “coke and then a lemonade” you told him as he nodded. “Dude where are we sitting?” you hear as you looked back. Yet another smile crossed your face as you noticed Jung. “We can find a place when I put her drinks down on her table, Jisoo” he explained “you guys can sit with us” you told them as he raised his brow “really?” Joohyuk asked as you nodded.
“So are you single?” Joohyuk asked as you nodded “why?” you ask with a smile as he sits the drinks down on the table and Haejin looked shocked “reasons” he flirts as Jisoo puts the tray down on the table. “They’re as real as we are” Haejin says as you nod. “I want Baek-ah in this life” you tell her as she smiles “we’ll find So now. I know it” you say excitedly as the males took seats across from you two. “So how did you end up on crutches?” Jisoo asked “I just got in an accident and then got banged up” you say not wanting to go into too much detail as he nodded.
“I know this is a bit forward but I want you guy’s numbers” you say as they both look up “I want to get to know you guys better” you continue. “Maybe you more” you say to Joohyuk as Jisoo scoffed but gives you a playful smile as Joohyuk smirks happily. “And my friend here as well. I want all of us to be good friends” you continue as you start eating.
His voice did not waver; he was steadfast in his judgement, his rebuke warranted, and akin to the steel blade he wielded, his words lacerated. He demanded, “Who crowned you, I ask? Who made you what you are?”
“I owe you nothing,” said the Iron King.
Sir Alonne, composed, went on, “You owe me everything. I fought your wars. I built your kingdom. I gave it laws, and governed it from the sidelines. I made it great. It is my name history will remember. You, sire, would be nothing without me.”