For a fleeting second, Yoongi doesn’t do anything. His features settle into an expression of softened worry, pretty eyes bleeding questions, the smooth line of his jaw cut sharp.
Then, just as if he’d been doing it all along, Yoongi is hugging him.
Alternatively: Yoongi finds Jeongguk having an anxiety attack in the middle of a party, and manages to catch a few feelings along the way.
Jungkook didn't expect his daugther's school break to bring him the love of his life.
jeongguk stares down at where beomgyu is chewing on a toy in the middle of the living room. his babysitter bailing on him isn’t the worst thing to happen, and he could just stay here, but—they’re supposed to be heading to a showcase with their dances next week, and jeongguk can’t possibly miss this dance practice. hoseok would have his head, not to mention everyone else. but he also doesn’t have a babysitter for beomgyu, and he can’t leave beomgyu on his own.
jeongguk closes his eyes, panic rising in his throat like bile when he realizes there’s only one option: he has to bring beomgyu with him to dance practice.
(or: jeongguk has a big gay crush on hoseok. he also has a baby. hoseok knows about only one of these things.)
- Part 18 of reckless love
Jeongguk and Yoongi are ex boyfriends, and Jeongguk finds out that Yoongi starts dating another idol. Nevertheless, Yoongi happens to be the producer of Jeongguk's new song.
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jeongguk takes a moment, and then slowly closes yoongi’s notebook. “i know the only relationship you’ve had in your life turned to shit because you couldn’t be a good enough boyfriend or human to keep it alive,” he says, “but that doesn’t mean you can only write depressing love songs about fake love or being obsessed or needing to hide your true self from your partner. it’s a little pathetic, to be honest. you could try thinking love is a nice thing for once in your life. it’ll do wonders for your career.” and then he quietly gets up from the chair, turns, and leaves the studio.
and yoongi sits. and he sits. and he hates that maybe jeongguk is a little right—that he’s only known love in the soul-eating, angry, it never worked out sort of way. and he’s been putting jeongguk in all of his love songs. and none of them have had a happy ending, because yoongi doesn’t know what that looks like anymore.
(or: jeongguk and yoongi dated as trainees, and haven’t spoken a nice word to or about each other since. and then their companies decide they should make a song together.)
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