If You Care - Park Chanyeol

Originally posted by daenso

Genre: Angsty, (eventual) smut

Pairing: Reader x Park Chanyeol / Oh Sehun.

Word Count: 1,880

Summary: When Chanyeol’s old friend comes back from studying abroad, you find yourself seeing him less and less. Your boyfriend hasn’t been paying attention to you, so Sehun steps in to comfort you instead.

Everything hit you at once. Chanyeol invited her to the dance practice. He didn’t invite his own girlfriend to watch him practice. The only reason you were even in the room was because Sehun invited you. If it hadn’t been for him, you wouldn’t even be here. Had Chanyeol even thought about inviting you? Did you cross his mind at all?

You knew one thing and one thing only. You couldn’t stand Yuna. She might’ve been a nice girl, for all you knew. But how could you possibly like her when your boyfriend cared more about her than he cared about you. Jealousy was simmering inside you.

To make matters worse, Chanyeol walked over to you with Yuna at his side. “Y/N, this is Yuna.”

“Hey,” you said cooly.

She smiled, showing off her stupid, million dollar smile. “Hi! Chanyeol’s told me all about you…”

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