Seeing his nose become red, she knew that he’s been holding back the tears in his eyes. “Pabo! If you want to cry, then do it. It’s not like I haven’t seen you bawl out like a child before…” She giggled while letting go of him. “You really don’t know who that girl is yet? Tsk. Poor girl who’s about to get her heart broken by your rejection…”
Their conversation was again interrupted when Yoohwan’s father came. ”
You’re not supposed to say that! Aigoo! How about our plan that you’re supposed to have a stomachache!Ah, ne. I was…” searching quickly for an excuse in her mind, “…going to ask him for help with my Art project and I was thinking if I could just let our driver bring us to our house…” Unexpectedly, his father easily permitted them, with Hyeji’s mother strictly instructing their driver to bring the children home.
And while on their way to Song residence, the traffic light of the city turned to red, a signal for escape. “You ready?” With Yoohwan responding with a puzzled look on his face, Hyeji grabbed his hands and opened the door of the vehicle. “Ahjussi, I forgot to buy something for my project. See you at home!”
“Y-yeah, bye and take care!” Yoohwan smiled at the driver, and went after the girl. He thought back about their childhood, and realized he have to be really thankful to Hyeji for everything, because she was always with him… Even when he made the biggest mistakes during his lifetime. And somehow always the girl was the stronger one between them… He barely saw her crying while he always cried about even the most meaningless stuffs. He pulled her closer and hugged her tightly. “I really don’t know what would I do without you…” He whispered then released the girl.
“So…. Do you have any ideas what should we do now?” He smiled, and hoped that the girl will have any ideas, because he didn’t have one. He felt himself so lame at times like this, not as if it disturbed him even a little bit.