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Yamato Junko

"I'm finally free and there's nothing you can do about it."

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a character in “Gangs In Suzhou”, as played by TheMadBlackRabbit

Description

Yamato Junko
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Nickname
Jun

Role
The Family Friend

Age
16

Likes
~Freedom. Reason why she went to Korea, so she won't be restrained like in Tokyo.
~Sparring. She just loves to fight and win the battle.
~Manga and Anime. Being raised in Japan, she read and watched a lot of manga and anime.
~Men's Clothing. For some reason, she loves dressing up like a guy.
~Ravens. Junko loves the color of their feathers and the fact that they can just fly anywhere they want.


Dislikes
~Being restrained. Junko loves freedom. Period.
~Scoldings and nagging. She's very child like; doesn't want to be told what she'd done was bad.
~Female Clothes. Anything that has to do something with a skirt, dress or heels is out of the question.
~Flowers. Junko just doesn't see the point of getting flowers.
~Betrayal. She values friendship a lot.


Weapon
Ya (Japanese arrow used in Kyudo) and Katana

Outfit(s)
Hoodie 1
Formal 1
Hoodie 2
Formal 2
Hoodie 3
Hoodie 4


REAL FACE -- KAT-TUN
Giri giri de itsu mo ikite itai kara
Saa omoikkiri buchi yaburou riaru wo te ni irerun da

Ore ga hasura KID kore hatasu dake
Koe karasu wake koerareru ka Dis
Sore wa dare da? Ha-Ha ore wa JOKER
Doop na Rhyme de naki dasu jou chan
Machi ni matta kore ga ore no Show Time
Soudai kimero All Night
Yabame na FLOW de waki dasu jounai
West Side East Side agero Hands up!

Asufaruto wo keri tobashite
Taikutsu na yoru ni doroppu kikku shita tsumori
Subete karaburi...
Tekitoo na nori de bakkurete
Arienee uso narabetatte
Sekai kaerare ya shinai...

Yume wo kataru furi shitereba
(J.O.K.E.R K.O geki ni naru)
Nanka otona ni nareru ki ga shite
(Ai-Yo keihou narase kazase te wo)
Shitauchi wo shita
(teichou ni yobe yo ore no Show my name)

Giri giri de itsu mo ikite itai kara
Ah koko wo ima tobi dashite ikou ze
Kono namida nageki mirai e no step
Saa omoikkiri buchi yaburou
(To go Through fire and water)
Riaru wo te ni irerun da
(The low of the jungle, So we never lost)

Atarashii shatsu nigi sutete
Zubu nure ni natta kayoubi wo
Waraitakya waraeba ii
Ame agari nureta teibou de
Hajimete kimi ni tsuita uso wa
Ima mo kawaicha inai

Warui kedo kashikoku wa nai sa
(Sneaker, Speaker, Diva, kono no Key Right?)
Kitto atama yori kokoro de
(Big Star, East Side, West Side, ore no Big Time)
Kangaeru taipu
(teiou te wo agero sawage harabakku)

Giza giza de kiba wo muki dashi nagara
Ah ore ryuu Start Dash de ikun da
Kono chikai dekai sekai no saki e
Saa mugen koete ikou
(time lost can't be recalled)
Riaru wo mitsuke ni yukou
(Faith come move mountain)
(J-O-K-E-R Yeah
Wake up, wake up, make up samero sainou
Play back, make bounce teiban kowashi Shine on)

Giri giri de itsu mo ikite itai kara
Ah koko wo ima tobi dashite yukou ze
Kono namida nageki mirai e no step
Saa omoikkiri buchi yaburou
(Failure teaches success, So I wanna believe)
Riaru wo te ni irerun da
(The die is cast, So we have to go)

Ore ga hasura KID kore hatasu dake
Koe karasu wake koerareru ka Dis
Sore wa dare da? Ha-Ha ore wa JOKER
Doop na Rhyme de naki dasu jou chan
Machi ni matta kore ga ore no Show Time
Soudai kimero All Night
Yabame na FLOW de waki dasu jounai
West Side East Side agero Hands up!

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Yamato Junko's Story

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BEEP! BEEP!

Jun woke up from her afternoon nap and grabbed the alarm clock to shut it up, "Why did I alarm myself?" it took her several moments to realize that she told Hei that she would accompany her to the party that her family was having. She sat up slowly and groaned, "So sleepy." She reluctantly got up from her soft bed to the bathroom to take a cold bath to wake her up. After freezing herself to death, she went to her closet to pick out the clothes, "Hei said that it was going to be in a fancy hotel," She sighed a bit, "Have to put on fancy clothes then." She took out one of her formal attires which consisted of a crimson blazer, a loose white shirt and black pants (refer to Formal 1). She grabbed her leather messenger bag and grabbed the first five volumes of One Piece and her shades.

She stepped out of her apartment and placed a piece of paper between one side of the door and a piece of pencil lead on the other side of the door. Ah, the influence of Death Note to her made her do this precaution. After all, she was the daughter of the famous Yamato Clan back at Japan; she was like a princess there, her parents were rich and powerful, being the first bloodline generation and all. Which is why is dislike dresses, skirts, high heels, make-up and kept well hair, though when she was in Japan, her hair reached until her mid back, "'You're the daughter of the Yamato Clan. You have to have long hair to have a suitor. You must be graceful and feminine. Blah blah blah.'" She thought as she remembered what her mother nagged her on and on about being a lady. The reason why she ran away from her home, cut her hair and be everything she wanted to be. But she didn't dare tell a soul about this, not even Hei...yet anyway.

She grabbed a taxi and told the driver the name of hotel. When Jun arrived there, she stared blankly at hotel; she was used to this. She paid the driver and went straight to the ballroom to see everything red and gold. Her dark brown eyes looked for her feminine friend and saw her by the empty table wearing a black dress with diamonds on it. How they became friends, she'll never know, "Hey, Hei." She greeted the other girl then sitting down on one of the empty chairs and taking off her shades.

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"Joonie? I hope no one is in there with you this time." The all too familiar voice, followed by the creaking of the bedroom door as his sister peaked inside was hardly a match for the mass of blankets hiding a male form beneath them. He was a very heavy sleeper, luckily, Joon was already awake; he just wasn't quite ready to move around yet. A single arm emerged from the sheets to signal that he was at least alive, accompanied by a sigh as he fought to uncover himself. By then, Hei had already disappeared, undoubtedly to be at the party on time—something the heir rarely ever was. It was in his nature to be fashionably late, he didn't like being rushed and showed up at whatever time he felt like. Obviously, his father was greatly annoyed by this, Joon would be running the family eventually and he couldn't even manage to be on time. Earlier in the day being a perfect example. He was supposed to attend a meeting at 8am sharp, meeting important allies to the Dragons yet again, he was nearly an hour late. Needless to say, he had to sit through another lecture about how timing was everything. He'd heard it all before so it went in one ear and right out the other. His father took his laid back personality as a sign that he wasn't serious about his future role in the Dragons, but that wasn't the case at all. He had every intention of becoming the new leader, he didn't have the slightest of reservations about that. He just wasn't going to stress himself out about it. People who honestly know Joon understand that he isn't going to let anything happen to them as long as he can help it. He has the utmost confidence in himself about the future.

His mid afternoon nap had Joon feeling completely refreshed and in a good mood. His sister would've been happy to know he had, in fact, been sleeping alone today. Sure, sometimes he may have had a guest or two accompanying him, and Hei may have walked in and been mentally scarred a few times. By now, Joon thought she would have learned her lesson about barging into his room unannounced. He reached out a grabbed his phone from the bedside table and sent his dear sister a reassuring message. 'Don't worry Hei Hei, I'll be there before it's over.' With the message sent Joon made himself busy picking out an outfit for the evening. It was a very formal event and, while his personal assistant had already arranged a simple black suit for him, Joon chose to wear something of his own personal taste. He had a particular style and liked to wear what he thought looked good, not what someone else chose. Leaving the black tuxedo where it lay on the end of the bed, he walked into the closet and went through a wide variety of different suits. On the rack, tag still attached, was an animal print blazer he deemed appropriate for the evening. Accompanied with simple black pants and shoes, Joon was off to the shower. It wasn't long before he was ready to leave, hair still slightly disheveled, Armani cologne clinging to his skin.

The phone he haphazardly tossed on the bed started vibrating. It was a message from one of his friend's outside of the Dragon's, yes he had friends who weren't involved with gangs. His parents weren't too thrilled about that, but there wasn't much they could do about it. The message was short and left the male wondering what the hell his friends were up to. 'I'll be out of town on your birthday, we have an early surprise for you! He stared at the text, blinking a few times before deciding to leave his room. Whatever it was, he would just be patient and wait to see what the surprise was. His assistant was right outside of the door. He bowed and followed a short distance behind Joon. "Sir, your driver is waiting for you outside. I'm afraid you're already an hour late." The younger just chuckled in response, taking a sharp turn away from the front of the manor. "That won't be necessary, I'm perfectly capable of driving myself. Take the evening off." He tossed his hand up in a farewell gesture and soon found his way to the garage. His eyes brightened at the sight of his pride and joy, a black and white Lamborghini Gallardo.

It was the moments when Joon was speeding—too fast—that he was happiest. Even though he was late, it didn't take long to arrive at the gathering with all of the illegal moves and lights he ran. A valet was more than happy to park the car for him. Joon drew in a breath and exhaled slowly. He wasn't exactly thrilled to be there, he wasn't even sure why he had to attend. There were already people approaching him, undoubtedly to strike some uninteresting conversation. He would nod and wave apologetically as he passed by and made his way into the venue. He was glad to have spotted his sister and Junko, already sitting at a table. Joon made his way over, placing a hand on Jun's shoulder before moving to lean over and hug his sister. "Well look at the two of you. I'm gonna have my hands full keeping guy's away from you." He flashed a grin as he sat down beside Hei. He almost asked them if they knew anything about the surprise his friends were talking about, but decided against it. He'd just wait and see for himself.

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Jun looked up when she felt someone touched her shoulder and saw Joon, Hei's older brother, "Well look at the two of you. I'm gonna have my hands full keeping guy's away from you." He flashed a grin as he sat down beside Hei.

She raised an eyebrow at this, "Seriously?" She thought, "Joon, I think you may have your hands full on Hei rather on the both of us. I mean I'm practically wearing men's clothing, as usual. Besides, I brought a few mangas with me so that I will not be disturbed by strangers from the outside." She said as she held up the first five volumes of One Piece. It will be her first time to read the story so she will be engrossed to reading the manga and will not care what is happening around her. Of course unless there would be some disaster, then she would act but besides that; it's just her and her manga.

Music started playing, specifically ballroom music. Couples started going to the dance floor and men started to ask other women for a dance, "Get ready for a school of fish, Joon. Their target: Hei." She joked as she saw some guys around their age looking at Hei, "You just had to agree with the dress, Hei." She said as she flipped open her manga to start reading the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy.

Though she was not that calm as she appears to be, before she came to the table, she was eying the other guests in the party; trying to see if anyone looked familiar. It has been some time that she ran away and there is exactly no way that her family will let her get away with that. Jun has been at the look out for anyone who tries to take away her new found freedom, "Probably made a proposition to my past suitors that whoever finds me shall have my hand." The thought angers her, to think that she was a prize, an object, "They'll never get me, they'll never find me. I won't be caged like an animal again." She shook away these thoughts and focus on the scene where Monkey was given the gum.

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Kim Su Joon

Joon playfully rolled his eyes at Hei's enthusiasm. "You talk like you haven't seen me in years. Don't we live under the same roof?" Despite how hyper she could be sometimes, he still loved his sister. That's why he'd be watching every guy that tried to approach her like a hawk. He couldn't stand the last guy she dated, once Joon found out he was just after Hei's body he wasted no time in giving him a black eye and a few broken ribs— all with the help of the trusty brass knuckles he adored so much. Once the ballroom music started playing he was just waiting for someone to approach Hei. In order to avoid drama like his sister's last relationship he decided he'd just scare off anyone that he didn't approve of. After he was done entertaining himself with the memory of nearly killing his sister's ex he was bought back to reality by Hei's nonstop chatter. "You wouldn't happen to have an off switch would you?" He leaned over and pinched his sister's mouth closed between his index and thumb finger, deciding to quiet her down for a moment. "Now that she's done talking, I hope you can enjoy your reading." Joon grinned at Jun, peering around Hei to see what she was reading. "Looks interesting."

Attention turned back to Hei, Joon narrowed his eyes and bent down to meet her eye level. "You don't know what this surprise is or you just aren't telling me?" He raised a brow and examined her expression. Sighing he leaned back in his chair, she really didn't look like she knew anything else either. The suspense was going to kill Joon. If he knew his friends as well as he thought he did, he was sure this secret gift would be outrageous. To be honest, he wasn't all that excited about his birthday. It just meant he was getting older, granted he was still pretty young, he never made a big deal about birthdays. Hei, on the other hand, was the exact opposite. For the past four years she'd made sure to throw lavish parties for Joon. He did appreciate the effort she put into them, and she always knew to get chocolate cake— his absolute favorite thing in the universe. In the back of his mind he wondered if she had planned something similar like that again.

"Caviar sir?" For the umpteenth time, the same waitress stopped by and asked the same question, to which Joon would promptly decline. She was obviously interested in him, and while he wasn't in the slightest bit. She did make an effort, so he decided to reward her for her perseverance. "You guys do me a favor and watch this for a while." He took the tray away from the girl and sat it on the table in front of Jun and Hei. "Dance with me." Joon gave the girl a dazzling smile and led her out onto the dance floor. He didn't exactly like dancing, but he was actually pretty good at it. His mother made him take ballroom dancing classes when he was younger and he remembered a fair amount of it. The girl was pleasantly surprised and eagerly let him lead the way. On the floor, Joon spun and twirled the girl around, dramatically dipping her back every now and then. Not once did his smile falter, he was genuinely enjoying himself.

As the song ended Joon dipped Li Ahn, he just learned her name, one last time. "It was a pleasure dancing with you." The girl was still starstruck but she did manage to giggle and thank him. On his way back to the table Joon spotted Jian standing around. "Fancy meeting you here, there's plenty of room at my table." He slowed down to lightly punch Jian's arm before passing and continuing back to his seat.

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The scent of caviar took away Jun's attention from One Piece and looked at the waitress who is clearly trying to impress Joon. But the scent of the caviar made Jun remember that she haven't eaten anything since lunch time.

"You guys do me a favor and watch this for a while." Joon said as he took the tray away from the girl and sat it on the table in front of Jun and Hei.

Jun's eyes rolled at Joon, "What a player." She said as she placed a bookmark on the manga and placed it inside the leather bag with the other volumes of One Piece, "Guard this with your life, Hei." She said as she pointed on the bag with a serious tone. Jun isn't joking about that. She loves her manga so dearly; she did buy every single volume of each manga she bought.

Jun walked towards the buffet table and saw they were serving English food. Her face scrunched up a bit, "Why?" She asked in a disgusted tone. The single time she ate English food is the time when an English prince tried to ask for her hand. That night, she spent the whole evening by the bathroom barfing out all the English food she ate. Her brown eyes trailed towards the end and saw deserts; her eyes sparkled. It's English main courses she hates but if it's deserts, well that's a whole different story. She quickly made her way to the end and grabbed a few cakes and cookies. She then saw a delicious looking cupcake, "You're mine!" She thought. Though as she reaches for the cupcake, her collided with another hand. She looked at the owner of the hand and saw a seemingly cute Chinese dude but a blush didn't appear on her face. What can she say? After meeting handsome, cute and cool suitors to take her hand, glamorous looks doesn't do a thing anymore. But Jun is polite and retrieved her hand, "Oh, sorry." She said in Japanese, and after she realized that she spoke in her native tongue, a blush of embarrassment appeared on her face, "I mean sorry!" She then said in Korean, "What's wrong with me?" She asked herself as she grabbed another cupcake instead and went to the beverage section.

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Frowning at her brother, Hei was going to bite her brother, but he pulled his hand away. "I missed you, and on top of that I can shut up if I want to." She crossed her arms and pouted her lips. she looked around the room and almost fell out of her chair when Joonie leaned in close to her. "I don't a thing about it Joonie. Anytime I would ask they would just ignore me and laugh." She could get along with Joonie's friends, but there were times they would pick on her. She didn't mind it though just as long it wouldn't go too far. However, she knows Joon wouldn't let his friends get but so out of hand. Her eyes wondered over to the waitress who kept walking over. She had to chuckle every time the girl would walk over. Girls always try to hit on her brother. Honestly she thought it was pretty funny though when they would. She would never forget the time when she tried to get a girl to date Joonie. It seemed like all she cared about was riding around in his Lamborghini. Like her brother watched out for her she watches out for him.

"Caviar? Ugh! Fine I will look over it." Hei didn't want to just sit here, she really wanted to just go home now. She was tired with all of the music and people. This just wasn't her scene. She much rather be at home reading a book with her cat snuggling against her legs. "Sure sweetheart. I won't try and break it or anything. You can trust me." Hei grinned at Jun, then watch him dance with the waitress. Jun was right he was a player, but what could you do? Hei mentally shrugged then rolled her neck. She was ready to go, so when Joonie came back she was going to tell him that she was leaving. She told her driver she would be leaving in an hour, and just to her luck, an hour was almost up.

Her eye glanced over at her brother talking to some guy. Who was he? He looked pretty cute to her. Hei watched their conversation with interest. She wanted to see if he was one of Joonie's friends, but he wasn't anyone she has seen before. She knows all of his close friends, yet she hasn't met this one.

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"Nice to see you too..." Jian said in response to Joon's "greeting". His eyes searched for his brother so he could tell them where he was sitting. Though when he found Jun, he seemed to be busy with sweets and a girl?? Jian rubbed his eyes quickly and then shrugged it off. "About time JJ..." He muttered to himself. As kids Jun never was very good with girls. Always avoiding them, while He went off messing with them and calling them cute. He laughed at it, getting a strange look from a passing waiter. "Ah....."

The music had stopped. The pianist seemed to be leaving for another appointment and was arguing with the host. In his mind Jian debated wether or not to go intervene or to go to Joon's table and ignore it. A compromise was made. Play one piece and then go to the table. He had a goal to play in a ballroom like this after all. Why not do that now? With that Jian walked up to the piano. The leather seat was very comfortable and he eased up. The piano's sleek black suface reflected his own excited eyes back to him. He placed his fingers on the sleek keys. Before starting to play he saw people watching him intently, but he felt glad. "Just go with it..." He nimbly began to play the piano, coming up with new notes to a song he new well. The song popped into his mind and he was pretty sure everyone here know what the song was. Jian looked up while playing to see couples dancing, a few crying, and oddly enough the pianist and the host laughing and talking. "Guess music can touch everyone..."He mumbled, by then the string quartet had joined in and Jian was grinning. As the song ended clapping filled the room. He bowed politely and walked over to Joon, his eyes widening as he saw a girl at the table. She was very beautiful.

He stood at the table not sitting. He widened his eyes at Joon, they clearly were asking who this was.

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As Joon made it back to his table he noticed Junko wasn't there. Once he sat back in his chair he saw her belongings had be entrusted to Hei. "Wow, she actually left her manga, the world must be coming to an end." Off in the distance he could see Junko at one of the buffet tables and it suddenly made sense, everyone had to eat at some point. The music stopped long enough to make Joon wonder what was going on, he turned towards the piano and spotted Jian preparing to play something. It reminded him of when his mother tried to get him to learn an instrument. The woman harassed him about it so much, Joon caved and tried out a variety of musical instruments. In the end, he hated most of them, so he never practiced and forgot how to play them. When Jian's song ended Joon clapped along with the rest of the room. "Aren't you going to sit down?" He gestured towards one of the empty chairs when Jian arrived at their table.

"Oh," it just dawned on him that his sister and Jian never met before. "This is my sister Chun Hei, Hei this is a good friend of mine, Jian Shi." Joon decided to leave out the tidbit about him being the heir to the Deadly Tigers, he knew Hei didn't care about details like that anyway. Besides, he was just casually introducing them, it wasn't like they were getting married or anything. "Ah, I'll have another one of those." He reached out to take another glass of champagne from one of the waitresses as she passed by. Even though he hadn't been there, probably for even a solid hour yet, Joon was already growing bored and it was becoming increasingly harder to sit still. He would have much rather been doing anything else right now, sleep placed especially high on that list. "Nothing exciting ever happens at these gatherings." He sighed and tipped his glass back to take another sip of his drink.

It was at that precise moment that an unfamiliar male came walking over to Joon's table—addressing him directly—that he almost spat his drink out. For a lack of a better description, he thought the stranger was attractive. Joon swallowed his drink roughly and covered his mouth to cough, nearly choking on the alcohol. "Please sit here." He motioned for him sit down. "I don't think we've ever met before, I'm Su Joon." He held his hand out as a greeting. Something in the back of his mind was telling him the male before him had something to do with that "surprise" his friends kept talking about.

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Jun's eyes widened slightly as he saw an unfamiliar presence reach out to the very same muffin. His hand quickly retreated as he glanced up at the stranger. He was surprised to see a beautiful girl artfully dressed in a suit.

"Ā, gomen."

Did she just speak Japanese? Thought Jun. He groaned mentally as he tried to remember how to reply back. Like his brother, Jun had also been taught several other languages; albeit forcefully. However, he was not as fluent as Jian when speaking it. Jun was a natural when it came to understanding and reading but it was a totally different ball game when having to physically pull phrases out of his mouth. The boy often stumbled over words, his lack of skill was then emphasized with a strong Chinese accent. He was struggling to find the difference between shinpai shinaide or shinpai shinaku when he heard the girl continue talking.

"Mian mal-iya!"

Jun's lips twitched upwards slightly as he suppressed a light chuckle. It was Korean this time, did she think he was Korean? As a Chinese person, you would've expected Jun to be slightly annoyed and react differently. However, he couldn't help but sigh in resignation; she was too cute to be told her mistake. Besides, not that many people knew the difference anyway; there was a mix of the two in the building tonight. He watched as a shade of red emerged from her cheeks. Jun decided to bow his head, a shy smile plastered on his face; uttering words in his accent would only be embarrassing. The girl's eyes darted elsewhere, as she grabbed a different cupcake and hurried past him. He liked how she came in a suit, the other girls here seemed too superficial as they flaunted their bodies in skimpy dresses. It was a pleasant surprise.

Jun didn't realise he had been staring until she had reached the drinks, and and turned back towards the cupcakes. His hand arched towards the same cupcake and hesitated. What if she comes back for another? He chose something else and took a bite. Despite her masculine attire, one's eye could not deny the lithe and delicate figure underneath. His view drifted upwards, she couldn't fool anyone with such a dainty face. But she didn't seem to care one bit, the girl's presence practically boasted of pride and confidence (despite the episode earlier). For this, Jun was in wondrous awe.

A bubble of a thought ached to know more about her, but Jun knew it was futile. What would he say? How would he introduce himself? What if she didn't want to be talked to? He wasn't a person who could just walk up to anyone and chat. He was courteous and polite but he lacked social grace, it was often his brother who would absorb all the attention. With ease, in fact. That reminds me. He bit his lip as he scoured the perimeter. Jun distinctly remembered telling Jian to save some seats. The boy immediately pinpointed his brother amongst the crowds, placed comfortably behind the piano - the original performers oddly to the side - playing a heart-wrenching song which Jun had been completely oblivious to up until now. As always, Jian played with a fluidity and elegance of a pianist who was born to sit on that seat. Rightfully, he was so. It was a delight to the ears, Jun drank up the curious tune; intoxicated. The boy switched, however, when he realised that Gēgē had not saved any seats like he had asked him to. Not knowing where to move, Jun decided to stay put - while nibbling on his cupcake - and continued to sway slightly along with the melody until it reached its regretful end and the room woke with a thunderous round of applause.

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Jun quickly got a glass of water and went back to where Hei and Joon were seated. As she was going back to the designated table, beautiful music came to her ears. She looked at where the musicians were and saw a single man playing the piano. Her eyes closed for a moment, listening intently at the music being played. She loves music, how it calms her storm and transports her to her own little world but unfortunately it came to a stop and she was back to reality. With a sigh she went back to looking for the table, having some difficulty since there is a sea of people between her way and to the table. Although she managed to come back to the table with her desert and water untouched. When Jun looked at the table where she sat earlier, she saw that there were other people as well; the man who played the piano earlier and a feminine man. She cringed as Joon was flirting with the feminine man but that doesn't mean she doesn't like boy love. In fact, she's a big fan of yaoi but for some reason, whenever Joon flirts with another man, it makes her want to vomit, "Must because he's bisexual." She thought as she go towards her seat.

She looked at the two strangers and thought she ought to introduce herself, "Hello, I am Yamato Junko but you can just call me Jun." She then turned to Hei, "I do hope that my manga is still in tact." She got the leather bag and grabbed the volume she was reading earlier. Her dark brown eyes looked at Hei who seemed to be interested with the pianist and the pianist seemed to be interested with her, her eye twitched a bit, "If he dares to hurt Hei, then he'll not have a second generation." she thought as she took a bite out of the cupcake she got.

"Oh, Hei." Jun said as she turned to her best friend, "May I go home with you? I don't think can last long here." She then opened her manga and went back to the story of One Piece, not wanting to watch Joon flirt with a guy.

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Xiao Chen Zhao


Smiling sweetly in appreciation, Xiao sat down on the bench next to Joon, rather close to him. Whether working or not, Xiao had absolutely no sense of personal space, none at all. In fact, it often seemed like he went out of his way to get as uncomfortably close to someone as possible - sometimes this was the case, actually - he usually just ended up unconsciously inching towards someone until he was pressed up against them. Because of this, most people who knew him tended to do their best to avoid sitting next to him, or, in the case of those who found him attractive, ended up taking advantage of this and sitting as close to him as possible without seeming odd.

"I'm Xiao," he replied, twisting to the side slightly so that he was able to shake the other male's hand. "Nice to meet you, Su Joon." He added in a nod to the woman who was sitting across to him once her introduction sank into his head. "And you, Jun." He had a habit of calling everyone by what they told him to call them, never adding any honorifics or anything else that society would consider 'polite'. Among friends, this was generally okay, but among strangers, this had a tendency to get him beaten up. Xiao didn't mind that, though. His job was practically to get beaten up, at least when he was around his rougher clients. A bit of extra pain on the side was nothing.

"Ah, hello, Jian," Xiao said pleasantly, his sweet, fake smile still plastered on his face. "Fancy seeing you here. Having fun?" The thin male ran a hand through his auburn hair, pulling some strands out of their ponytail to hang in front of his face, framing his eyes."Yeah, I had a rather persistent client this morning, he just would not let me go." In Xiao's case, this phrase - one that was usually taken to be an idiom - could be taken very, very literally. "Well, if that question about working was intended for me, that is," he added quickly, sheepishly rubbing the back of his neck.

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Jun had not realised he had been standing idle until he noticed his brother usher him towards a table. The boy was surprised he had not seen him walk from the piano! A loaded plate balanced precariously within his grasp, he hurriedly approached Jian. By the time he got there, his brother was already busy with a girl seated. He blinked at the expression on his face, how could've he described it? Lovedrunk? Jun hardly saw that expression unless his brother was determined about a girl. The boy couldn't help but mentally groan, he wanted to forget what happened last time he got serious. Jun could only pray that he had chosen the right one this time. Although, this girl looked just as enchanted as he did with her. Not quite knowing what to do, Jun awkwardly patted Shi-shi on the shoulder - not wanting to disrupt the conversation they were having - and examined the remaining occupants on the table.

The boy instantly recognised Kim Su Joon, the heir of the Sacred Dragons. Jun knew that him and Jian had a friendly relationship, despite the two gangs not quite being on equal terms.
"Hello, Joon. It's good to see you." He said quietly, a warm grin on his face. "It's been some ti-"
Jun couldn't help but stare. Who was that beside him? Was that... Xiao? What was he doing here? After a short moment of sputtering, which Jun attempted to cover up as clearing his throat, he turned towards the prostitute.
"Good afternoon to you, Xiao." babbled Jun, he nodded his head towards him; a pleasant smile planted on his face. He felt ashamed for reacting like that towards a fellow Tiger, he hoped he was forgiven. Was Joon his client? If so, the heir wouldn't see what was coming. Xiao could eat up a man alive.

He then turned, and bowed once more but to the other people seated. The boy decided this would be the best time to introduce himself. He placed his plate down, aware that he would have to pick it up again afterwards.
"Um, hello. I'm Yu Jun Wang, Jian's brother. Nice to meet you." He mumbled, fiddling with his tie.

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Jun looked at her friend with a cocked eyebrow, "Either she's getting high or she just wants to look cool to the pianist." Jun thought as she watches her friend stumble upon words to say. She sighed mentally and sat quietly and partly ignored the young man's introduction, well she did listened but she chose to act not to acknowledge him, "His name is Yu Jian Shi and he is a manager at an office...that's one lame lie. He's even lamer than Usopp (a character in One Piece who lies a lot). A manager at an office...tch. He just doesn't want to say he's from another gang, probably opposing to ours if he doesn't want to say what gang he came from."

She went back to reading the third volume of One Piece while eating one of the cakes she got from the buffet table. Unaware that another guest has joined their table, she still carried on with her reading, not wanting to see how much has progressed with Joon's flirting but she would sometimes peek from her manga if the Jian guy is doing any harm to Hei, "I do need a new dummy to test my new techniques."

Though curiosity got the better of Jun and so she read the last line of what Luffy was saying and giggled at the humor. Her dark brown eyes peeked from her manga to see who the new stranger in their table and widen her eyes, "It's him!" She thought as she remembered her encounter with him at dessert section of the buffet table.

"Um, hello. I'm Yu Jun Wang, Jian's brother. Nice to meet you." He mumbled, fiddling with his tie.

Jun lost interest and went back to reading her manga, also she hopes that he wouldn't see her and recognize her as the girl who didn't know what language to use. She took the last bite of the piece of cake and took a sip of water then proceeded to the next volume of One Piece.

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"Hello Jian. My name is Jian, no I-I mean it's Chun Hei. But I guess you already know that because of my mother, n-no I mean my brother Joonie. That's my nickname for him. Joonie." Hei's suttering caused a small stab of dissapointment to knaw at Jian's mind. 'Can't one girl talk to me without getting flustered....then again..' He got lost in his thoughts, still staring at his shiny, but worns shoes. Jun's awkward patting brought him back to earth. "Ninja much..?" He asked his brother, who was introducing himself. Then he turned to Xiao. "That's your fault isn't it? Striking that kind of deal? But buisness is buisness right?" He gave the prosititue a wicked smile, his eyes sparkling with mischief. "And yes the question was aimed at you." A r'ather fond memory of first meeting this guy stretched Jian's grin. Jian was only 16 years-old and had just scene Xiao lurking around the house, probably something to do with his father. But, he knew when to recognize members of the gang and thought it would be nice to make a new friend. That turned embarrassing for him and he learned Xiao's scary nature, well scary to Jian.

He faced Hei once again with a softer grin. "It all right. Besides even if people tell you that you talk to much, its still a gift not many have. The ability to create conversations out of nothing is really entertaining and I guess it makes it less awkward and a bit more enjoyable between people who can't socialize as well. Like Joonie over here." Jian reached over and ruffled Joon's hair, the wicked grin once again playing on his lips. "He's a cutie, but he finds punching and other physical actions a way to start a conversation. Maybe you could edgucate him Miss Hei?" Right now Jian was genuinely enjoying himself.

Waves of animosity from the girl named Yamato Junko caused Jian to turn to her, meeting her cold gaze a few times. 'Japanese....yet affilitated with a Korean gang...Probably song rich girl runaway?" He studied her a bit, trying to remember any news about amous female Japanese runaways, nothing popping into memory. He shrugged off the suspicion and eyed the manga she was reading. "Wan..Pissu?" Jian asked Junko in Japanese. "Volume 4, Mikazuki? Where Usopp is joined by the Straw hat pirates to stop the ex-pirate Kuro from killing Kaya right?" He read manga himself and he thought maybe he could try and get on the tomboy's good side by appealing to her tastes.

(OOC: It's been awhile since I read One Piece...so correct me if I am wrong about that volume t_t)

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Joon recovered from his coughing fit, though his throat still burned from the alcohol going down the wrong pipe. He straightened up and shook Xiao's—as he'd just learned was his name—hand in return. Why he had been so stunned was a mystery to him. He didn't usually get flustered around people seeing as how he grew up with them around him all of the time. It was highly uncharacteristic of him. He was very aware of exactly how close the other male was sitting to him, though he didn't really mind it, he couldn't help but feel a tad bit self-conscious. The thought made him quietly chuckle to himself. Joon never acted like this, he oozed confidence with everything he did, even if he was just retrieving the mail, he walked towards the mailbox like he owned the world. 'Get a hold of yourself Joon, this isn't the first time you've seen someone attractive.' Leaving his inner thoughts and coming back to reality, he started paying attention to the conversations around him again. He wondered how Jian and Xiao really knew each other but let the question fade as his attention was drawn to his sister's strange rambling. He looked at her and raised a brow, curious about her sudden change in behavior, even though he hadn't been doing much better himself. He knew of only one instance of her acting like that and it was when she first met her ex-boyfriend. The sheer thought of Hei liking Jian, even in the slightest bit, was enough to send a sickening chill down
his spine. He quickly pushed the thought out of his mind, not having the strength to dwell on the matter any longer.

Joon's right hand immediately shot up to fix his hair when Jian messed with it while poking his bottom lip out as if he were pouting. "I have my own special way of greeting people." Of course it was reserved for people he knew well, and even then there were some—like his father—who he wouldn't dare greet in such a manner least he wanted to have his hand cut off. Time was ticking by and Joon no longer felt the need to stay at the event much longer, but he didn't plan on returning alone when a new thought popped up in his mind. He directed his attention back to Xiao, feeling much bolder, he leaned in closer and lowered his voice. "I'd love to get to know you somewhere more private." He pulled away with his hand still lingering on Xiao's thigh, a small grin on his face. Was Joon the type to know someone for five minutes and try to take them home? Well, yeah. He was kind of a manwhore, Hei chastised him for it regularly. It never bothered him though, he couldn't see himself being with just one person, the thought made him shudder. If he were ever to get in a monogamous relationship he'd feel like he was neglecting the others who deserved his special attention.

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There are three things that can break Jun from reading her manga, one is if someone touch her, second is if she is curious on what happened beyond the small book because of her surroundings and lastly if someone is trying the strike up a conversation with her by commenting something about the manga she was reading. Usually, she preferred the third thing that can break her from her precious manga but that all changed when Jian spoke to her about the manga, "Volume 4, Mikazuki? Where Usopp is joined by the Straw hat pirates to stop the ex-pirate Kuro from killing Kaya right?"

She lowered the manga until her hand has reached her lap and gave Jian a blank stare, "Almost right. Usopp didn't join the Straw Hat pirates, the Straw Hat pirates joined Usopp in saving Kaya from that evil butler. I knew he was up to no good, his aura is just oozing of I'm a bad guy." She murmured the last part. Her eyes narrowed at Jian, "If he thinks he can just get to my good side just because he also knows the manga I'm reading, then he's dead wrong...okay maybe just a bit but he is dead wrong!" She thought then regretted not reading the manga right then.

"I'd love to get to know you somewhere more private." She heard Joon said. It gave her the chills and made the back of her hair stand up as she started to imagine what Joon would love to know about this feminine dude in a private room. She shook her head and tried to continue to manga, "I just had to read a lot of yaoi manga the past few weeks." She thought as she remembered all those rated 18 art.

Seeing that she couldn't go back to reading because of Joon's comment, she turned to Hei, "Hey Hei," Jun just loves calling her that way, "What time did you ask the driver to pick you up?"