Retired city girl transplanted to the heart of the American South, dimsumofallthings went from being one of a handful Asian girls in town to being the only Asian girl in town (or, at least, within the immediate twenty mile radius). A registered nurse by day, a part time fangirl, and a sometimes writer. She is a passionate baker and a non-instrument playing musician. Lover of all things furry, all things beautiful, and all things indulgent (none of them have anything to do with the other, but she thinks that makes her well-rounded!). Her K- drama watching pedigree is short, having just started watching Korean dramas six or seven years ago. She considers Jung Woo Sung the perfect mature man (all men should be so lucky to age like fine wine), Sohn Ye Jin a goddess amongst women (absolutely ultimate girl crush), and Lee Jung Jin the best thing ever since sliced bread (maybe more like best ever since buttery flaky croissants or moist delicious cake, but you get her point). She thinks Lee Jung Jin is magnificent, but that's a story for another day. A Moment's Choice, along with its sister stories, A New Beginning and A Leap of Faith, makes up her limited fan fiction body of work. A proud founding and current member of YeoNiverse, she considers herself part of a circle of very intelligent and beautiful women who share a love for all things Yoo Yeon Seok. You can find her nowadays chatting and squeeing with her international friends, when she's not beleaguered by "real life."
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Goodbye, Hello (Uncensored)
Published: March 31, 2016
"Goodbye, Hello," a short story about Kim Jung Hwan and Sung Deok Sun, based on the Korean drama series "Reply 1988," which originally aired in October 2015 and completed in January 2016. Please note that this is the uncensored version.
"Goodbye, Hello," a short story about King Jung Hwan and Sung Deok Sun, based on the Korean drama series "Reply 1988," which originally aired in October 2015 and completed in January 2016.
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