screen couples: Fred Astaire & Eleanor Powell: Broadway Melody of 1940
“She ‘put ‘em down like a man’ no ricky-ticky-sissy stuff with Ellie. She really knocked out a tap dance in a class by herself. […] I had 29 dance partners… I could hold my own with 28 of them..I met my match with Ellie. No male dancer can keep up with her and it was apparent to me she should be featured in solos.”
((wat is this ?? i hope its ok HAHAh im so tired))
overview: seungcheol thinks the girl next to jihoon’s music room is super cute & he doesn’t know how to read name tags
10: “Teach me how to play?” 35: “You heard me. Take. It. Off.”
Title: our song
Member: seungcheol ft. jihoon
Genre: performing arts school au! // first-meeting // fluff // suggestive humor
Word count: 1564
“Hey, Ji?” Seungcheol asks after minutes of silence. The younger, artistic male’s hands hover above the piano keys, eyes leaving the handwritten music sheets leaning against the piano.
“What? I was about to play you the finished version.” Jihoon looks slightly annoyed, but nevertheless leans back and lets his hands fall into his lap. Seungcheol returns the expression with a cheeky smile, eyes wandering about the room.
“Are you ever gonna tell me who that girl is? You know, the girl in the music room next door?” Jihoon lets out an exasperated groan, throwing his head back as Seungcheol bats his eyes at him.