Water Child by Aero
Summary:

When Yoseob takes a stroll down a beach, he finds a mysterious girl unconscious with amnesia. But the more he tries to help her out, the more mysterious she becomes. Will love blossom between these two innocent creatures and will Yoseob help her to remember who she is?
Categories: Korean Entertainment Characters: Beast: All members, Beast: Dong Woon, Beast: Doo Joon, Beast: Gi Kwang, Beast: Hyun Seung, Beast: Jun Hyung, Beast: Yo Seob
Genres: Drama, Fantasy, General, Mystery, Romance, Science-Fiction, Supernatural
Story Type: Multi-Chaptered
Warnings: Fictional Character(s)
Challenges: None
Series: None
Chapters: 2 Completed: No Word count: 2238 Read: 1671 Published: Sep 20, 2011 Updated: Dec 11, 2011
Story Notes:
The celebrities' names/images are merely borrowed and do not represent who the celebrities are in real life. No offense is intended towards them, their families or friends. The original characters and plot are the property of the author. No money is being made from this fictional work. No copyright infringement is intended.

1. Chapter 1 by Aero

2. Chapter 2 by Aero

Chapter 1 by Aero
Yoseob sighed as he tossed his bag down on his bed and opened up the window, letting the fresh ocean breeze fill the room. He was glad to be on vacation; even if it were only for a week, the freedom was satisfying to say the least. For about three months straight, they had non-stop rehearsals, shows, interviews, and appearances that it was difficult for the whole group to be in the same place at once. But now that they were on vacation together, they were free to do whatever they wanted, whenever they wanted. The island was semi-private, as in; not a lot of fans would come and harass them on their vacation. Not to say that Yoseob didn’t love his fans “ he did, but sometimes it was good to get away from everything and have fun.

“Ya! Are you done unpacking?” a voice suddenly said, causing Yoseob to jump. He forgot that he was sharing a room with Hyunseung. “Don’t forget to hang up your clothes,” Hyunseung ordered, “I don’t want to have to wake up with your underwear in my face again.”

Hyunseung threw himself onto the bed and placed his hands over his eyes. It wasn’t that rooming with Yoseob was bad “ he did it all the time, it was just that Yoseob and he had a different way of organizing things, especially when they have to share the same bed. He uncovered his eyes when he felt a strange presence hovering over him. “Let’s go down to the beach!” Yoseob yelled, his puppy dog eyes looking back at Hyunseung excitedly.

“I’m tired,” Hyunseung sighed, rolling over on the bed, “Why don’t you go by yourself?”

“I’ll be lonely,” Yoseob replied, trying to make his voice sound as pitiful as possible. “Besides, if I go with anyone else, they’ll just pick on me and throw me into the water like they always do. Please, hyung? Please go with me?”

Hyunseung didn’t reply, the sound of his gentle snoring made Yoseob frown and sulk out of the bedroom. He began mumbling under his breath as he walked down the hallway and headed for the front door. He knew that if Hyunseung was sleeping now, everyone else was probably sleeping as well and that he shouldn’t disturb them so he quietly walked out of the house and onto the shore.

He didn’t know what time it was but he figured it was sometime in the late afternoon because the sun fried his skin with just the slightest exposure. He made his way down the shoreline, his feet splashing in the water that made its way onto the shore and relieved his feet from the burning sand. He hadn’t been walking long when we looked in the distance and saw something lying in the sand, just barely out of the reach of the water.

Unsure of what it was, he slowly made his way over to the thing and tried to get a good look at what it was. It wasn’t long until he realized that it wasn’t a thing at all: it was a person. A girl around his age was lying unconscious in the sand in a plain white dress with cuts and scrapes all over her face. Yoseob ran over to the girl and turned her onto her back. “Hey, wake up. Hey, are you okay?” he asked the girl, gently hitting her cheeks to try to wake her up. After a moment, she started to regain consciousness and the girl brought her hand up to shield her eyes from the sun. It was then that Yoseob noticed her eyes. He was sure that she was Asian. At least, 99% sure that she was. But never in his whole life had he seen an Asian girl with blue eyes as deep as this girl’s eyes were. It was as if the ocean had made a perfect pair of blue eyes especially for her. He was in awe.

“W-What happened? Where am I?” the girl asked groggily.

Yoseob smiled sweetly at the girl and helped her to sit up. “I’m Yoseob. I found you lying here and you were unconscious. Are you okay? What’s your name?”

The girl looked at him curiously and then began to think. “I don’t know,” she said after a while, placing a hand on her forehead, “I can’t remember anything.”

“You don’t remember what your name is?” Yoseob asked. The girl shook her head. Yoseob smiled, not wanted to scare or confuse her any more than she probably was. “How about if we call you Daeyang until you can remember your name? Is that okay?” he asked her, thinking of how blue her eyes are. She replied with an unsure nod and Yoseob smiled at her once again. She looked so pitiful to him. He wanted to help her out but he didn’t even know where to begin. What does one do when they find an unconscious girl lying on a private beach with amnesia? He looked once again at the cuts on her face. “Why don’t you come back to my place with me and I’ll help you clean your cuts off?”

Daeyang nodded again Yoseob helped her to stand up. They began to walk back to his place when one step later, Daeyang’s feet collapsed underneath her. “Sorry,” she said, gripping onto Yoseob’s arm for support and hoisting herself up. She tried taking another two steps with the same result.

Yoseob laughed silently. “Here,” he said grabbing her wrist, “Get on my back. I’ll carry you.” He guided Daeyang onto his back and gently lifted her up. They began walking back in silence. Daeyang was trying to remember everything that she had forgotten and Yoseob was thinking about how he could help her.

What would the other members say when they see him carrying a strange girl into their house? Would they be willing to help him find out who Daeyang really is? Would Daeyang even remember who she is? All of these questions made their way through his mind, but the one question that stuck to him the most was: could Yoseob himself even be able to help her?

End Notes:
Okay! This is my newest fic! Yay! Originally this was going to be a Kevin Woo story but I realized that I didn't know enough about him to write a fic quite yet but if you really want to, you can imagine that it's Kevin and not Yoseob. Anyway, I'm sorry that this chapter is so short. I kind of planned this story out without even thinking of everything. My bad. Anyway, I hope you like it so far!
Chapter 2 by Aero
By the time they arrived back at the beach house, Yoseob was both physically and mentally exhausted. Physically because Daeyang was actually much heavier than she appeared to be (he may need to start going to the gym with Gikwang), and mentally because he spent the entire walk back racking his brain for possible answers to the millions of questions he had. He didn’t even know where to begin. But at the moment, his main concern was figuring out how to explain to the other members what he was doing with a random girl on his back. “Ya! Everyone!” he yelled as soon as they walked in the front door, not caring that the other members were still probably sleeping, “I need your help!”

He gently laid Daeyang down on the couch and ran to the kitchen to get some water to clean her cuts with. Doojoon was the first to emerge from his room. “Yang Yoseob!” he yelled, “Who’s she?” He pointed to the girl calmly sitting on the couch and walked over to her.

“I named her Daeyang,” Yoseob said, appearing from the bathroom with ointment in his hand. As the other members come out of their rooms, Yoseob walked over to Daeyang and began to clean her wounds. “I found her unconscious on the beach,” he explained, “She doesn’t remember anything “ even her name.”

The other members gathered around the strange girl and looked at her curiously. “Whoa,” Gikwang whispered, “Her eyes are so beautiful.”

As soon as the rest of the members gathered around Daeyang, Yoseob pulled up a chair and began applying the ointment to her cuts. She flinched as he gently touched her pale skin and he placed a hand on her shoulder to calm her down. “There we go,” he said with a smile, “all done!”

Daeyang smiled. “Thank you,” she said. Everyone besides Yoseob stared at her in wonder as she spoke. There was nothing particularly attractive about her voice “ it was just like everyone else’s. But the fact that she knew how to speak threw them off a bit.

“Uh, Yoseob,” Junhyung suddenly said, pointing to where Daeyang was sitting.

A dark blotch had appeared underneath Daeyang on the couch and Dongwoon pulled Daeyang up as everyone began to examine it. Daeyang toppled into Dongwoon’s arms. He helped her stand up and then looked at the back of her dress. “Hey guys,” Dongwoon said, “I think Daeyang just wet herself.”

One by one, mouths began to drop all over the room as Dongwoon motioned to the back of Daeyang’s dress. Yoseob sighed and grabbed Daeyang’s hand. She stumbled as he dragged her over to the bathroom. “This is where you go to the bathroom,” he instructed, opening the door and gently pushing her inside, “when you have to go, you go in here. Okay?” Daeyang nodded and stood there, blankly staring back at Yoseob. “Are you okay?” he asked.

“I don’t have to go anymore,” Daeyang said innocently. Yoseob sighed and tried to suppress a laugh. To him, this was very entertaining.

He grabbed her hand once more and led her back to the couch where the other members were just getting done cleaning up the mess. “So,” Junhyung said, returning to his seat, “What are we going to do with her?”

“We need to help her remember!” Yoseob declared, looking around at his other members.

Doojoon sighed. “She’s not a puppy, Yoseob, we can’t just keep her. Her family’s probably really worried about where she is right now. We should probably go to the police station and see if they can help us.”

“Can the police help someone who has no memories and no name?” Hyunseung mused from the corner of the room, “I mean, since Yoseob named her, it would be rather hard to find her file. Don’t you think?”

Yoseob held onto Daeyang’s hand and smiled at her reassuringly as the other members debated on what to do with the strange girl. Finally Yoseob figured it out. “Okay, here’s what we’re going to do,” he ordered, “Tomorrow we’re taking her to the doctor to see if someone there can help Daeyang and then we’re going to take her to the police station to file a report. Alright?” Everyone stared at the boy. They weren’t used to him taking charge. From the corner of his eye, he saw Dongwoon yawn and he smiled sheepishly at the boy “ he was always so tired. “How about if we all go to bed now? It’s been a busy day,” he suggested. Everyone nodded.

Gikwang was the first to get up from the couch and he walked over to the closet and pulled out a pillow and a blanket. As the group dispersed, he handed the items to Daeyang. “Thank you,” she said with a smile and a slight nod of her head.

“N-N-N-No problem,” Gikwang stuttered. He had no idea why, but it was strangely difficult to talk to her. She was pretty, that he couldn’t deny but it wasn’t love he was feeling towards her. It was almost like… wonderment mixed with fear of some kind.

That night, Yoseob couldn’t sleep. “Hyunseung,” he suddenly whispered through the darkness. He heard a groan in response, “Do you really think the police could help Daeyang remember anything?”

“I don’t know and I don’t care, now go to sleep,” the other boy mumbled.

Yoseob turned in his bed to face the sleeping boy, “Awe, come on, Hyunseung,” Yoseob pleaded with a playful tone, “You got to admit that she’s pretty, right?”

He heard Hyunseung move and he assumed that Hyunseung was now facing him. “Please tell me you’re not already falling for her.”

“No!” Yoseob countered, he could almost hear Hyunseung lift an eyebrow in disbelief, “Okay, maybe.”

Hyunseung chuckled. “Yoseob, you know what happens when you fall in love to fast. Remember what happened last time you met a girl and instantly fell for her?”

Yoseob did remember but the group had decided never to talk about her ever again. “Hey, not fair!” he whined, “How was I supposed to know that she was a Japanese spy?”

“How could you not know? She put video cameras in our bedroom!”

“I thought that was for a variety show!”

Hyunseung sighed and gently rubbed his temples. “You know what,” he said, “forget it. We’ll talk about this in the morning. Just try to get some sleep, okay?”

Yoseob nodded even though he knew that Hyunseung couldn’t see it. Hyunseung was right. He did fall in love too fast. But Daeyang was different, that he knew. There was something special about her that he just couldn’t identify. It wasn’t until three o’clock when he finally closed his eyes and drifted off to sleep, all while remembering what Hyunseung had said at the group meeting: “Can the police help someone who has no memories and no name?”
End Notes:
I'm so sorry for not updating this for a while. I was too busy with writing my other stories that I kind of forgot about this one! Once again, I'm sorry! Anyway, what do you think about Daeyang? Figure anything out yet? :P
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