KIM SEOKJIN: (Actually majored in acting and has no background in dancing and singing. When he was going to his university, a BigHit staff noticed him and so he got casted.) Was also casted by SM Ent. on the streets but he ran away from them.
JEON JEONGGUK: After getting eliminated from Super Star K, 7 companies immediately called him (which included BH). And then when he went to BigHit, he saw how RapMon rapped and was amazed by it so he decided to join the company.
KIM NAMJOON: Was actually introduced to BigHit by Untouchable (hiphop duo from TSEnt.). It was because of Epik High’s music that he started hiphop. (He was an underground rapper under the stage name: Runch Randa).
MIN YOONGI: He went to audition for BigHit’s “Hit It” then won as 2nd placer. He was also a producer of the Daegu hiphop group named “D-TOWN” when he was younger. (stage name: Gloss)
JUNG HOSEOK: Was actually a famous dancer back in Gwangju (stage name: Smile Hoya) and it was on his dance academy where he auditioned. He was tasked to record a dance video and when a staff (for the auditions) came back after 2-3 hours to take the camera, they saw him still working. The staff was really inspired by him and thought, “This kid will surely succeed at things he does.” And so he got accepted to BigHit.
PARK JIMIN: Passed BigHit auditions at Busan and was actually the last one to join and be a member of BTS. He really really works hard on everything he does (according to their teacher).
KIM TAEHYUNG: Was actually learning to play saxophone for 3 years already when an audition happened at Daegu that time and he was just really there to watch because his parents didn’t allow anything. He was about to leave when BigHit’s rookie development(?) team saw him, told him to audition and called his parents for consent. He was the only one in Daegu to pass the auditions.
Now that I’m finally out of my month(s)-long art slump, here’s a very belated piece of my favorite character from Sun/Moon, Lillie! Talk about a character that grows on you! She kind of irritated me when I first started playing the game, as I don’t really care for the whole *helpless damsel* trope, but ugh she’s so well-developed and wonderful I can’t even
There are so many amazing things going on in this menu, you guys.
“American Plate” *throws some shit on a plate* “This is what Americans eat, right?” I don’t know what I love more, the single piece of broccoli (well, this is an accurate depiction of the amount of vegetables Americans eat, I guess) or the THREE tortilla chips for eating your “avocado dip.”
“Of course those two make the perfect decisive end of your meal!” Awww, okay, that’s cute. Though…it’s “light and shadow vanilla and chocolate,” so I guess Kuroko is the chocolate, not the vanilla?? I’m all confused now.
(I SAVED THE BEST FOR LAST)
“Super Long Range Toast” “This super long shot can reach its target from the far end of the court (plate). It’s so long, your heartbreak is inevitable!?”
those baby on board drabbles were so cute! could you write something similar for genji and hanzo? (if you can only do one hanzo would be neat!)
My feelings got severely wounded in the middle of the night by @overwritings’s recent ask where Hanzo’s S/O can’t have a baby despite wanting one. So absolutely, I’mma write this shit in retaliation. /shakes fist. (Who the fuck am I kidding, I love angst. Go check out that ask. It hurts very good.)
Baby on Board pt. 2 (Drabbles)
When Genji was younger and still picking up women, he had recurring dreams that haunted him at night. The words, “Genji, I’m pregnant with your child,” was something he always dreaded hearing. That led to him taking more precautions than a simple fling should warrant, but one could never be too careful with these things.
So when he hears those words from your mouth, the teenage fear he thought he’d never have to face again resurfaces with a vengeance, and he’s glad for his cybernetic enhancements because otherwise he might just faint on the spot.
Voice weak, he asks, “You are sure?”
The pregnancy test you present to him, a shy smile lighting your face, squashes all doubts in his mind. He looks the test over, then you, not yet showing any signs of the announced pregnancy, but slowly adopting that glow that only an expectant mother can have. And he finds himself falling all over again. He can do this. With you, he can do anything–not fear anything. With this realization, he drops the test.
The next second, you’re hauled off your feet and into Genji’s arms, blitzing down the hall, your surprised shrieks and Genji’s yelling filling them. “し、師匠！兄者！子どもが、子供ができたんだ!”
You don’t have to understand his words to know that Genji is beside himself with joy.
“Were it that I could give you the world, do not think I would hesitate to do so.”
“You already did, Hanzo, you are my world,” you say cheekily from down below the ladder. Even though Hanzo insists that he can scale these walls and stick glow-in-the-dark stars onto the ceiling without trouble, you force him to use a ladder (which he calls ‘cheating’).
Hanzo’s entire face flushes all the way down past his neck (and you swear you can see it spread to his chest from underneath his white t-shirt). He huffs, acting all indignant at your blatant flirting, but you can see that he is pleased when he jumps down to stick a decal star to your face, a small smile on his face. You feign irritation, but all that is lost when he curls one around around your shoulders, and bumps his nose against yours, his other hand on your barely swollen belly.
“And you both are my world.”
“Three,” you say matter-of-factly. You laugh loudly, taking great satisfaction when he jerks away, dumbfounded and mouth wide open. Yes, this man is your world, all right. You laugh harder, wrapping your arms around his shell-shocked shoulders which he numbly returns.
You’re suddenly pulled into a smothering hug, and you don’t mind that one bit if only to hear him laugh so breathlessly like he can’t believe that even a man like him deserves happiness, too.