Strawberry Marmalade

by : Howdarehee


Having faced defeat for the Nth time in a row, Dara leafed through the pages of the cupcakes and pastry recipe book with a heavy heart. It was actually part of the props of Bom’s You and I MV but the staff, after seeing how Bom was into baking sweets, decided to give her the book after the filming was done. And Bom, after seeing how eager her best friend was to learn a new recipe on her own, lent the book to Dara.

News of YGE’s resident muse baking in the kitchen spread like wildfire on the whole YG building and out of curiosity, the members of legendary idol group Bigbang all found themselves sneaking in and secretly spying on what their adorable noona was doing. Heck, even the usual apathetic Yang Hyun Suk couldn’t avoid peeking on the kitchen. However, it should be revealed that his reasons were for safety precautions because technically, Sandara Park was off limits from the kitchen premises. This was due to the fact that whenever she enters the place, it’s either she ends up burning one of her fingers or she mindlessly cuts herself. This went on and on until Chaerin felt that something had to be done. And on one fateful day, when Dara’s swelling (not to mention abnormally fat) finger got into her nerves, The 2ne1 leader finally had the courage to say the words “YOU UNNIE WHO ONLY KNOWS HOW TO COOK INSTANT RAMEN AND KIMCHI PANCAKES, OUUUUUUUUUT!!!” to the older girl face to face. And that was it, Sandara was banned from the kitchen ever since.

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Lost in translation

by. howdarehee

Am I doing this right? If not, I’m really sorry. T.T but this is my first post so i expect leniency from everyone 😀

P.S. Sentences in italics are either chaerin’s words or lyrics

Doing the Shibuya district excursion alone was such a bad idea. Now, here I am, completely lost. I should’ve brought Ddokchae or MinKki along because they have excellent command of the Japanese language but I thought I could survive with my English proficiency and now, I realize that I was dead wrong. It turned out that like Koreans, The Japanese are very shy with foreigners. And expecting to converse with non-English speakers -what was I thinking? I can’t even get myself on a cab because I just can’t understand a word that the drivers are saying

And to add more to my mishap, my phone’s dead.

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