I reach out and caress the face of the the boy I’m supposed to love.
“I love you,” I say.
“I love you, too,” he replies, his voice all quiet and tender.
“I’ve had feelings for you for a long time.”
On TV, Bryan Yoon is usually so goofy and cute, but now, when he’s absolutely serious, his gentle eyes have a magnetic pull to them that’s hard to resist. This kind of star power is probably the reason why millions of girls all over the world have posters of Bryan and the other members of NOVA, one of the top K-pop boy bands in the world right now. And why even ahjummas like my mom and her friends are members of their fan café.
I know why I’m supposed to have feelings for him, but in the end, what really gets my heart racing is the thought of Korean fried chicken.