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Bang HyunRi

"I would say something nice, but I hate to lie."

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a character in “A Minute Of Fame”, as played by Exotic K

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Bang Hyunri


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Role: Troublemaker 1

Age: 17

Gender: Female

Crush: N/A

Hidden Talent: She can compose really good music, but she doesn’t really admit it. It’s her secret. Her talent as of now is just spreading gossip, making hell for students, and ruining high school for a select few whom she has chosen to destroy. She also has an impeccable ability to sneak out of trouble. She is a very good artist and always does wonders with a paint brush.

Physical Description: HyunRi is 5’5” with a very small waist and body structure. She weighs about 110lbs, but sometimes looks like she weighs less. Her hair is a thin light brown and her eyes are a round, sometimes giving off a curious baby look. Each ear is pierced three times and she also sports a belly button piercing.

Personality: HyunRi is a jealous predator. Weakness is her target and she attacks with all the strength of a natural rudeness and uncaring attitude. She wants to be the prettiest, the smartest, and the one everyone is jealous of because of her looks. She likes it when people suffer and cry. It gives her a sense of achievement and happiness when others are angry or crying because of her. She has no sense of respect towards others and does whatever she wants, yet limiting her personality with teachers. To adults, she’s a kind person, but to everyone else, she might as well be the devil. She’s controlling and is an innate leader. Stubborn, she won’t listen to others and will never admit defeat or desperation. If someone is different, makes a mistake, or looks like easy prey, she will pounce. She’s only compliant to her partner, Troublemaker 2, and a couple of other people that don't bother her enough to make her want to destroy them.

She doesn't destroy everyone. She only attacks people who are worth the trouble and the satisfaction after of crying or getting upset. HyunRi will embarrass people slightly or at least make fun of them once, but nothing that would make you want to kill yourself. It depends on how you act around her. If you look vulnerable, be careful. She isn't kind to the weak.

Likes:
Making people cry
Angering others
Ruining people
Bunnies
Red lipstick
Art
Winning
Laughing at people
Composing music

Dislikes:
Getting embarrassed
People who are prettier than her
Her parents
Her family, except her Uncle Kurt
Dirt
Loud noises
Horror movies
Videogames
Rock or metal music


Feelings about failed trainees returning to school: She doesn’t know, but once she finds out, those trainees may find themselves exposed to the fullest.

Hex Code #FF0000

History: HyunRi was born to two unstable parents. Her mother was only seventeen when HyunRi was born and her father was nineteen at the time, a high school dropout, trying to make life easier by getting a job as a waiter. Her mother ended up getting a job when she turned twenty at a bar, supposed to be waiting tables, but eventually rising to be a stripper. HyunRi grew up around smoking and bad words and bad habits.

When she turned eight, her grandparents finally found their daughter, HyunRi’s mother. They forced her mother to leave her father and a year later finished high school, moving on to a community college. When HyunRi was twelve, her mother married a middle school teacher. HyunRi moved to Golden Tower High right after the trainees left so she has no knowledge of them or them of her.

Quirks/Extra: Partner in crime is Troublemaker 2.

So begins...

Bang HyunRi's Story

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HyunRi woke up to her alarm clock and slapped the annoying box off with the palm of her hand. She jogged down to the bathroom and fixed herself up for school. She quietly got into her mother's car that smelled heavily of cigarette smoke. Refusing to look her her mother, she stared out the window. Today was just another day of school, and another day to ruin someone's week, month, or year. She thought about who she could pick on today. Who would be her victim.

She wore the school's uniform, but her skirt was shorter than the limit. Stepping out of the car, she slammed the door shut, never acknowledging her mother. HyunRi checked her appearance in her hand mirror that she produced from inside her neon pink school bag. Today her hair was straightened and her make up a little lighter than most days. Toughening up her smile, she entered the school building, late as usual. She made her way into the hall and slipped into the gym. HyunRi hated gym class, but her mother had cracked down on her for skipping first period so she made a decent effort to attend at comply with the insufferably ugly gym teacher. The group had already began basketball, something HyunRi was surprisingly decent at. She pulled out her smartphone and slowly made her way to the girls' locker room with her bag. She checked the time, not really needing it. She only took out her phone to piss the teachers off.

"HyunRi!" Coach Goo yelled from across the gym. "Hurry up and get changed!" HyunRi didn't bother to look up and kept her pace the same as she walked into the girls' locker room, mumbling insults to herself. Another ten minutes passed and the class was at least half over when she stepped out into the court. She noticed a new face. Her interest immediately sparked as she had already ruined almost everyone in her gym class at least one time already. "Who are you?" she asked Mi Cha with a smile.

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Mi Cha dribbled the ball between her legs. Bounce, bounce, bounce, the rhythm sounded good as it reverberated off of the walls, sometimes in tune with the beat of others as they played. She aimed for the goal and threw the ball, one of her feet leaving the ground as she hoped, like the basketball playing amateur that she was. The ball collided with someone else’s in the air and almost came back to her perfectly, she caught it in her hands, but even then still slammed into her chest as she did so and she made and “umph” noise then frowned. Well, she almost made it.

It was already half way into the class period. Mi Cha had at least made an effort to greet all of the classmates there, which were few. As she looked down dribbling, she saw someone’s shoes and looked up into the face of a stranger. Had she seen her at school before? The sound of balls bouncing in the room grew quieter and Mi Cha looked around, noticing that some people were looking at the new girl and whispering. Mi Cha looked back at her. Well, she was a rather pretty girl, who was nice enough to come and greet her herself. What was with all the whispers?

“Who are you?” She asked Mi Cha with a smile.

Mi Cha pointed to herself. But, well duh, of course she was talking to her… Mi Cha smiled back. “Soh Mi Cha.” She said… “And you are?”

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HyunRi looked at the new girl with a smile even as she innocently pointed to herself. Despite her kind smile on the outside, on the inside she was rolling her eyes at the girl's obliviousness, holding back as her lips instinctively curled in annoyance. Yes, girl, who else am I asking?, she thought to herself crossing the distance so that she was closer to Mi Cha. Soh Mi Cha, she thought. Tossing the name around in her head a couple of times, HyunRi couldn't place the name or the girl's face.

"Are you a new student? I don't think I've seen you around," HyunRi said, lacing her voice with surprise. It wasn't a lie. She was really surprised. She didn't know students could enter the school when the year was half over. Besides, the girl's blonde hair and obvious beauty, had begun to bother her already. The school only had one blonde student: the overly friendly, easily controlled Jinsu Jung. HyunRi hadn't gotten around to messing with her though it was on her list of things to do. An addition of another blonde was beginning to make her suspicious. She disliked the way she looked blonde and if this golden hair would become a new trend, HyunRi would hate to be left behind by it.

Noticing a couple of whispers among the small group of students, HyunRi gracefully picked up a basketball, turned around so that Mi Cha couldn't see her face, and shot the ball straight into the hoop with both her feet on the group and her hands bend down in that swish action. Before facing the new girl again, HyunRi glared at two light brown haired girls, Mijin, and Yongji, whom she had busted for being a couple after cheating on both their boyfriends. The beginning of the year had started and each girl was known to have a boyfriend. They seemed to be best friends so no one though different about their intimately close relationship. HyunRi found the two making out while she was on an errand and prided herself on solely exposing their sexuality to their supposed lovers, the school district, and their family. The blow wasn't so bad that they were lesbian, but that they were now labeled sluts for cheating on their boyfriends.

It was the first disaster of the school year and many knew about it. HyunRi didn't care that they hated her. But she didn't want them to warn Mi Cha of HyunRi's bad reputation of being the school's personal she-devil. After giving the girls a good stare down as a warning, the two had hushed off to the side, crouching away from her glare. Turning to Mi Cha with the kindest smile, she said, holding her hand out in greeting. "I'm Bang HyunRi. I hope to be good friends with you," her eyes glittering with false kindness.

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Character Portrait: LuHan Character Portrait: Hyoyeon "Yeon" Sangre Lee Character Portrait: Bang HyunRi Character Portrait: Lee Jung-Sook
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Hyoyeon Sangre Lee

As Luhan choked on his candy,she was about to get out of her seat to give him the heimlich. But,she saw that he was ok she calmed down. She sat all the way back in her seat before almost getting hit in the head with a piece of paper but it went right past her and hit Luhan. Two girls walked up to him and started to flirt,like always Yeon just smirked and rolled her eyes as the girls spoke,"You are so cute!Here is our numbers if you need anything." The second they giggled and walked away,Yeon chuckled a little. God,girls could be really.....annoying when it came to cute guys. She rolled her eye again before starting on her new drawing. She kept to herself as she started to tap he foot on the ground in a fast beat.

A few moments later she could hear few girls start to sigh just as the one and only,Jung-Sook walked in to the room as if he was all high and mighty. She never was on good terms with him,not since he started to mess with Luhan.She scoffed,rolled her eyes and just watched as he sat in his seat. Gah! And I here I thought,I get a day off from this moron. Please,please don't let Bang here! She exaled and looked away,don't get me wrong. Just like almost every other girl in school she did have her feelings for him,but e was a jerk and she didn't go for jerks....no matter how cute they are. She finshed the last of her lollipop before getting up and throwing the plastic stick in the trash can. She returned her seat wit her two inch heels hitting the hard floor. She heard her phone go off with a mass text about some talent show. She didn't give it much thought before exiting out of it. She didn't want to be famous,she didn't need to be or at least that what she kept telling herself.

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Character Portrait: Jinsu Jung Character Portrait: Sang Min Character Portrait: LuHan Character Portrait: Kwon JiEun Character Portrait: Hyoyeon "Yeon" Sangre Lee Character Portrait: Sun Hi Character Portrait: Soh Mi Cha Character Portrait: Bang HyunRi Character Portrait: Lee Jung-Sook
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Lee Sang-Min


Sang-Min was taken aback when Sun Hi had linked their arms together. He rarely linked arms with anyone besides his cousin- usually when she would lead him to and ice cream shop or a pet store. Thinking that linking arms with her wasn't much of a big deal, he brushed it off and continued walking down the hall with her. He listened carefully to her story about her feelings towards his cousin and why they were rivals. After she finished explaining, he nodded his head as if he had experienced it as well (which he didn't). "Well, maybe if you're tired of the whole feud you two have, you could confront her and ask to be friends again. It breaks my heart seeing Mi Cha despise anyone." He didn't really like the fact that his dear cousin didn't like a certain someone 'cause he thought that everyone should just get along with each other.

After a few more minutes of walking, they had arrived at their first period class. He entered the room and grinned as he saw LuHan, Hyo, JiEun, and Jinsu. He waved excitedly at them with a bright smile. "Hey guys! I didn't you also had algebra with me. Now this school year is a lot less worse as I thought it'd be." He was there right on time to see that LuHan had gotten a few digits from the ladies. He jokingly wiggled his eyebrows at him before letting out a small chuckle. Sang-Min then realized that his arm was still linked to Sun Hi's and awkwardly unlinked them. "It was nice walking with you." He gave her a kind smile. He didn't want to seem rude. He just didn't want others to get the wrong idea and think that he betrayed his own cousin by being with a relationship with her arch nemesis. People these days make rumors up without even knowing their facts and he didn't want to be involved in any of those.
He looked around his circle of friends and noticed another guy that he hadn't seen earlier this morning. To be honest, Sang-Min thought that this guy was pretty handsome and was quite relieved that he was a few inches taller than him. He seemed familiar but Sang-Min wasn't sure if he's ever talked to him before. With a heart-warming smile, Sang-Min introduced himself once again. "Annyeong. Have we met before? I'm Sang-Min." Before Sang-Min could here the boy's reply, he saw the teacher looking at him expectedly from the corner of his eyes. He knew what he had to do. Sang-Min turned to her and greeted her with a small bow. He then turned back around and took his seat in the second row by the window. He often got in trouble in elementary school with teachers for never taking his seat in the beginning of class.

Thirsty, Sang-Min took a water bottle from his bag and chugged it all down. This probably wasn't the best idea because a few minutes after, he found himself needing to go to the restroom. He raised his hand and asked the teacher's permission to go to the men's bathroom and rushed out the door. After coming out of the boy's comfort room, he gave out a sigh of relief and took his sweet time heading to class. He was thinking about his plans after school and what they'd do at Jinsu's house. Thinking about their group of friends, he remembered that Mi Cha had a different class from him for first period. He wanted to know which classes they had together and decided to check where she was right now. After peeking inside four classrooms, he decided to check the gymnasium to see if she had P.E. or not.
He looked in the door's window and scanned the room for his cousin. Three seconds or so later, he finally spotted Mi Cha and waved at her through the door. He didn't even notice that there was another girl with her. Thinking that she didn't see him, he slightly opened one of the doors and stuck his upper body inside the room. "Mi Cha!"
"Yah!" Sang-Min heard a strict voice and turned to see the gym teacher pointing at him and coming his way. If he remembered, the teacher was still Coach Goo. Not wanting to get in trouble, he immediately closed the door and practically ran back to homeroom. Of course, with a few tachers telling him not that there was no running in the hallways.
Once he got back to the most dreadful subject of all time, he started panting and leaned on the door frame. Ready to go back in, he entered the class once again and nodded at the teacher as he slowly walked up to his chair. Exhausted, his head fell on the desk and he closed his eyes to catch his breath and relax for a while. The room suddenly got darker and a shadow loomed over his head. This didn't go unnoticed by the shaggy haired boy and looked up to see his teacher with her arms crossed.
"What took you so long?" She asked skeptically with an eyebrow raised. Sang-Min straightened himself and cleared his throat. "Umm.. I couldn't find the flush button." He was good at lying- which he's not very fond of- but was bad with excuses. The teacher gave him a little glare showing that she didn't believe him one bit, "You're off the hook this time. If I catch you fooling around in the hall you're going down to the office. I know you're not new to this school so I expect you to follow every single rule just like everybody else." With that, she turned around and strutted back to her desk. Sang-Min let out another sigh and lazily propped his head on his right hand on the desk, looking out the window. "I should've just said that I had to take a dump," he muttered lowly to himself.

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Mi Cha reached over and held onto her arm with one hand, just as she unconsciously did whenever an uncomfortable subject was brought up. She had once read, while randomly surfing the internet, that the tighter a person wrapped their arms around themselves, the more of a comfort blanket it became. "Ah... I'm...," She started, her eyes looking at the others around her, their stares becoming uncomfortable, though she knew it wasn't her they were looking at. She wondered just what was so special about this girl... or rather, why she warranted such chatter. Was she well-known around the school? Mi Cha cleared her throat, determined to not let them get to her any more. "Ah uhum, I'm new," she said, leaving out the reason as to why.

She patiently waited as the girl turned around and expertly shot a basketball into the goal, something Mi Cha wished she could do. During the time her back was turned to her, the chatter of a couple of girls next to them began to cease, their faces lowered and they walked to the other end of the court. The girl turned back, a smile on her face. Mi Cha held a thumbs up at her and laughed, congratulating her on her good shot.

"I'm Bang HyunRi. I hope to be good friends with you," her eyes glittered with false kindness.

Mi Cha shook the hand that was held out to her. "Umhm!" She agreed. "I hope so too."

"Mi Cha!" She heard someone call, and turned towards the doors, just as the coach blew his shrill whistle. She caught Sang-Min stuck between the two doors, his face startled, she waved just as he took off running into the hallway and held her hand to her mouth and laughed.

The rest of the class period was pretty calm and relaxed. Mi Cha made a total of five more baskets before the coach signaled the end of gym period. Next, Mi Cha had French, then history, and finally statistics (because math was one of the few classes she excelled in).

She thought she'd spend the rest of her time sitting in the courtyard, waiting for Sang-Min to get out of school so that she perhaps could go to Jinsu's together. She was a little disappointed that she hadn't had any classes together with them, and felt a little left out of the group. But she knew that the get together later would be a good chance to make friends and perhaps make amends...

As she was walking to the courtyard her foot slid across the floor. She glided down the hallway for a minute, pulled off an almost perfect arabesque before she regained her balance and landed steadily on both of her feet. She braced her dizzy self against a locker as she leaned down to see what she had slipped on. A yellow flyer for a Talent Showcase? She read it over, at first interested, but... thinking it over, she wasn't in any hurry to join any other talent agencies at the moment. Like a pro, she hastily folded the paper into a paper airplane and set it flying down the hallway. Then, standing there watching it fly away, Mi Cha changed her mind yet again, and hastily chased after it.

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HyunRi went through the gym class, sizing up decent effort for a passing grade and a "good job" from the ugly coach. As he praised her for her good free throws, HyunRi grinned and bowed saying thank you with a girly wink. Turning around though, she rolled her eyes, giving a nasty look to anyone who caught her. She managed to keep Mi Cha from seeing that side of her. The girl said she was new and HyunRi had no evidence to deny it. If she was new, the girl had no idea what she was capable of doing, especially in the aspect of getting into her business and staying there until her job was done. Mi Cha seemed innocent. The type of innocence her predator mind set just loved to play with. She also looked vulnerable, something she knew her partner would agree was fun to feed off of.

Slipping into the girls' locker room after the class, she moved like a slug changing her clothes. Her next period class was Algebra. Boring and uneventful she never really looked forward to it, though she was doing quite well in the class. Just as she was slipping on her blouse, her phone beeped a low tone, her message ringtone for her partner in all things disastrous, Jung Sook. Her blouse was still unbuttoned so she walked out of the changing stall and into the small pathway where her bag was stationed. A larger female with a small face, but wide hips was picking up her school bag to leave. Her body froze at the sight of HyunRi. Looking up to find the girl, HyunRi gave her a glare, not bothering to button her shirt that revealed her white bra underneath along with her flat belly. The larger female named Seosan kept her distance as if afraid the bully would bite her. HyunRi gave her a "What the hell are you looking at?" look with steely eyes. Seosan shuffled past HyunRi with her head bowed down. The girl whispered a rushed apology as the door shut behind her. HyunRi couldn't help but laugh. "You wish you were this gorgeous," she giggled to herself, opening up her text messages.

"Talent Showcase?" she asked herself. She quickly replied with, "I'll see. Cafe later? You owe me a milkshake, asshole." They had a love-hate relationship. She often attacked him to no avail and him to her. They were too different in the same to be underneath each other. HyunRi wasn't exactly sure how he felt about her, but she felt like he was her partner. He was one of the only people she trusted, even though he could turn it all around on her in a split second. She sent the message and shut her phone. Finishing up changing, she walked out of the gym as another set of students piled in for the next gym class which she knew Jung Sook was in. This class was a bit bigger than hers. She strolled past them and into the hallway. Seeing Jung Sook a little ways off making his way to the gym, she turned and gave him the middle finger, making sure he was looking dead at her, with a smug grin and a flirty wink. She knew a lot of girls had crushes on him and she often showed intimate affection towards him to make the girls squeal. It gave her pleasure. Walking in the opposite direction, she went into class, murderously staring down students as she went with a smile.

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Lee Jung-Sook



On the way to gym, Jung-Sook passed by none other than HyunRi, his partner in crime. She shot him the bird over her shoulder. He stuck his tongue out her, then winked back, playing along. Average day in the life of the dynamic duo.

Jung-Sook pulled his shirt down over his head and crammed his school clothes into his gym bag and jammed it into a locker. Before closing the door, he heard the beeping of his cell-phone, which was late at receiving texts, as usual. He pulled it out of the front pocket of the bag and crinkled his nose as he read the message. Milkshake… Why the hell do I owe her a milkshake?! He thought to himself. She always acted like he owed her something. He shook his head and he ran his hand through his hair. Then again, there was something entertaining about that. He chuckled. He decided to just stuff his phone into his pant's pocket and exited the changing room into the gym.

Though there were a lot of familiar faces there, there weren’t many that he normally associated with. He teamed up to play a game of two on two for half of the class with some guys he knew from homeroom, last year, but he didn’t say much of anything to them as they laughed and joked about old times.

When they finished their match, Jung-Sook walked over to the side of the gym where he sat his water bottle to take a break. He took a drink and lowered the bottle as he did, his eyes scanning over the others to see just how they were doing.

His eyes were drawn to a tall figure who stuck out among the others like a sore thumb. She stared absently off into somewhere, probably thinking about something (which he assumed might have been quite a difficult task). He noticed a basketball coming her way and was about to shout out, Hey stupid, you’re in the middle of the basketball court, remember, when she snapped to her senses and caught it.

Though he couldn’t listen to quite what they were saying, when they were done, by the expressions on the group of the freshman girls who were walking by him, he assumed they weren’t too happy. Even if they weren’t the ones who had a reason to be angry.

Who does she think she is?! He heard one of them fume.

Jung-Sook rolled his eyes. Something about it made him annoyed. It reminded him about how others used to talk behind his back before high school. Like everyone believed that if you didn’t see eye to eye with them on everything, you were less of a person.

Waiting for the girl to turn away from him, and for when Hyoyeon wasn’t looking, he tossed the basketball into the girl’s back, making her jump and arch at the impact. She turned around, rubbing her back as she did so, and hissed through her teeth. Jung-Sook held a hand up innocently to his mouth and moved it away, grimacing. “I’m so sorry,” he waved as he apologized, “my bad.” Instead of continuing being upset as Jung-Sook had hoped, the girl smiled and tossed the ball back to him, apparently happy to have his attention.

“It’s okay!” The girl shouted, then turned back around, continuing to giggle and talk with her friends.

He caught the ball and tucked it underneath his arm. Too bad, he would have been happier if she was upset about it. He was prepared to be scolded, and he would have felt more satisfied with what he had done. Now the girl would probably think he was just flirting with her or something. He then faced the goal and cleanly shot the basketball into the net.

Later in the day, after all of his classes were over, Jung-Sook waited in the Café, two milkshakes already sitting on the table in front of him. He absently played a game on his phone and every once in a while a scowl or a grin would momentarily slip onto his face as he typed away at the keys.

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HyunRi finished up her classes, serving minimal destruction on the students. None had any type of good story that made for a good set up and finish so she just let the day slip in front of her, waiting until it was over. Picking up her phone, she messaged Jung Sook that she would be late to the Cafe, but before sending it, she deleted it. "Let him wait," she giggled to herself and decided to slow down. She left her textbooks in her locker and picked up her mirror and make-up. She touched up her face, making sure that everything was still pretty. There was no use in beauty if one didn't plan to show it off. She made her way out of the school, having a little bounce in her step. Today wasn't that bad of a day. Her mother hadn't complained to her in the morning and she hadn't received any angry text messages for not feeding the birds or doing the dishes the night before. And nothing had upset her in school so much that it affected her mood. It was better than a usual day, plus she was going to get milkshakes.

Smiling, she made her way to the Cafe after taking the bus to the small shop where they always went. She saw Jung Sook through the window playing with his phone. HyunRi went inside and sat in the seat opposite of his. She sipped her drink, letting the cold liquid sit on her tongue, feeling the tingling chill, before drinking it entirely. She fished a Talent Showcase flyer from her bag, crossing her legs, and let it fall on the table between them. "What do you think?" she whispered sweetly. The only times she ever was sweet was around him. The day and the milkshakes were also contributing to her increasingly happy mood. "Are you joining?" She leaned back in her seat, letting her hair fall behind her, showing the fullness of her doll-like face.

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The Cafe was quiet with chatter, but Jung-Sook didn't pay much attention to it as he played his game. He hissed through his teeth as he died... again, and then leaned back in his chair annoyed. He finally looked at the time on his phone, then shoved it back into his pocket. Er, she was late. What was new? Perhaps any other friend would be worried about the hold up, but Jung-Sook knew HyunRi, and knew she could take care of herself. He looked out the window, waiting for the familiar face to pass by. Without him knowing it, the small girl had already slipped into the seat in front of him and was beginning to drink her milkshake. He didn't notice her presence until he heard her exhale after the first sip.

He crossed his arms over his chest and looked at her, waiting for her to speak but knowing it would be a little while because... Like always she drank it daintily at first, then inch by inch the liquid in the clear plastic cup began to go down as she drained it. Jung-Sook raised a brow. How could someone so tiny drink so much? She never acted like this around others at school, perhaps not wanting others to know that "the Bang HyunRi" loved anything. Including milkshakes. When she was done, she fished in her bag for something and slid it across the table...

"What do you think?"

She leaned back in her seat, mirroring him, letting her hair fall behind her revealing her baby-face. He smirked. He didn't know why she didn't let others see her as cute though. He found it kind of... well, cute. He picked up the flyer and turned it around in his hands.

"Are you joining?"

He sat the flyer back down. "I think I have a shot at this," he said confidently. And that was the truth. Not just because he was planning to rely on his looks or anything. He thought about it and he wanted to use his talent, his real talent. Something that was personal to him. Should he be nervous in front of others? No. Not when he was good and he knew it. But... "But, I don't know if my agency (his modeling agency) would be all gung-ho for it."

He looked back at HyunRi, the look he usually gave her when he was about to jump into something and he needed his friend by his side. If he was going to risk throwing away his "career" for this, he didn't want to go in alone.

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HyunRi raised an eyebrow at his concern. She looked up at the ceiling, letting her empty milkshake sit on the table unsteadily as if it were going to fall over. She made a small noise as it tilted to once side nearly falling all the way over to the floor. Her face perked in a silly smile as she made it stand straight. Her eyes landed back in his, holding a sort of walled affection. "I think I have a shot at this." She heard him say, her face keeping the same level of calm and lightness. She didn't doubt his words for a moment. People have called him mean or whatnot, but he was truly talented in music and no one could turn a blind eye on it.

"But, I don't know if my agency (his modeling agency) would be all gung-ho for it."

Her smile shrunk a little and her cheeks puffed out a bit. She pulled her chair closer to the table and leaned forward a bit making sure her hair didn't fall all the way down from behind her ear. "You do have a shot. And your agency shouldn't be holding you back." Her long hair dipped into her face and she used her forefinger to slide it behind her ear again. Twisting her waist, she hung her school bag, brightly pink, on the back of her chair. Then she leaned in again, frowning at her empty container. She really needed to work on savoring the taste because she normally just drank it in large sips making it disappear. She almost never got brain freezes. Jung-Sook's eyes melted away his tough steel gaze for a moment and revealed a familiar look that shimmered in his stare. Her small white hands reached over for his milkshake. Personally, she loved all things having to relate with ice cream, milkshakes, or smoothies. They represented the other side of her that many lived without seeing. "Besides, they would be even luckier to get a hot guy with a superstar reputation then just a hot guy." She shrugged.

Lifting the shake's straw to her lips, she looked to Jung Sook with a innocence that totally was not innocent knowing her reputation. "I'm in," she winked, taking the cold drink in sips once again. "I'm not sure which song to do though," her eyebrows furrowed. She slid the drink at the center of the table, signaling that she no longer wanted anymore. She did this often. HyunRi finished her drink quickly, took one sip of his, and gave it back. "I'm still going to be in, but I don't know what to audition for. I can't sing the best or dance either. I mean I would if they accepted composers.That's really my only skill," her eyes saddened. She wasn't lying completely. Her voice wasn't beautiful nor were her dancing skills top class, but she could write lyrics and create beats that the general public would find an attractive sound.