I’LL MOVE ON AND LOOSEN UP – Part 1
Written by: Lolita Choi
Starring: Lee Sungmin
“Sungmin-ah, will you help me on my company’s new project? We need a music director and I couldn’t find anybody more suitable for it than you.” Park Jungsoo, my brother-in-law asked me when he and his wife visited our house like he always did every weekend.
“Hm? Mollasseumnida, niisan… You know, I’m still teaching too.” I answered politely. I’d lived for 18 years in Japan that I still couldn’t put it down although my triplet brothers and I already back in our home country. “By the way, what kind of project will your company organize this time?”
“It’s a musical. Now so many people trust our event organizer even more, so your sister and I decided to expand and accept this musical request.” He answered.
“Just tell him you’re busy, Sungmin-ah. Actually he just wants to reduce the budget by using his relatives. He already got me as the choreographer and now he wants you. Miser.” One of my triplet brother, Hyukjae or we called Eunhyuk, came and sat beside me on the sofa.
“Ya! What kind of miser would invest lots of money on your dance studio building and give you a job on your specialty while waiting for your studio to be done, huh?” Jungsoo patted my triplet’s head. The victim only grinned innocently.
“If only I knew working at your place would only brought me jealousy for always spotting your ‘personal activities’ with noona everyday, Hyung.” He muttered.
Jungsoo laughed uncontrollably, “Then find your own girlfriend! Hahaha!”
Eunhyuk stared at him strangely, “What I was trying to say is that, haven’t you satisfied enough doing that ‘dirty pleasure’ at your home that you have to continue it at the office? Aish!”
Jungsoo laughed even louder. They kept joking and teasing that way, so casually like a real sibling which made me a bit jealous. Jealous, because we knew and met our brother-in-law in the same time, just some months ago when we moved here, but Eunhyuk and my youngest triplet brother, Donghae, already close to everybody within the short time. While me? As you can see, I even still talk so politely to my brother-in-law who was only three years older than me.
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