Kum-Ji's only reason to live was her sister until her sister was forced into marriage by her stepmother. Her world was consumed by loneliness until she was abducted. Kum-Ji finds out that she was mistaken for a wealthy rich daughter because they both had the same face. In order for her to survive and find her sister she agrees to do the job that they had assigned her to. Kum-ji is turned into an assasin and is to infiltrate the house as the daughter and kill the family one by one. As Kum-Jii enters the household many things are revealed that Kum-ji wishes she had never found out.
She(MiYoung) decides to finally come back to Korea after leaving when her ex-boyfriend (Jinwoon) dumped her. She brings her sister(Yoora) along with her and together, they stayed with their famous cousin, G-Dragon. She has been healing her wounds, and is doing well, and that is why she came back. She's starting a new life again back in Korea and she is happy. She's meeting new people but Everything is set back in motion though when she meets him again, her ex-boyfriend ; He is also a big star now in the music industry.
What will happen to Miyoung? Her ex pleads to explain himself and tries to get her back now that things are better, but Miyoung is falling for someone else. She's confused. He was her first love and she wants to move on but .....
So who will the one for her be?
Note : Kwon MiYoung is played by Tiffany SNSD & Kwon Yoora is played by Luna FX. They will be the faces of my fic! The rest, im sure you know them all too well neh?
When it came to Victoria, Nichkhun always got jealous, or weary, very easily. This was a well-known fact by all of South Korea. But when his jealousy gets just a little too out of hand and he realizes he can't seem to control his actions (which never happened before because he was all round perfect...) things take a turn, and seemingly for the worse.
Some things just can't be said, done, or felt just once. How many times will it take for this "International Couple" to become aware that this marriage just isn't as "imaginary" as they thought it was?