In this collection of cute shojo stories, Ryu-Sang is a tough boy who gets in fights and–although he doesn’t want to admit it–cares for the girl he’s supposed to protect. Story 3: Myo-Un, an orphan girl with no memories of her past. Tells the story on how she came to understand the bad mannered boy Ryu-Sang to which became her first friend in the temple. Story 4: Ryu-Sang, a mean and blunt orphan boy. Although he hates and treats Myo-un badly, he protects her!? Story 5: Aru is a child who just lost her father, the story on her journey to the temple while being accompanied by big brother Ryu-Sang and older sister Myo-Un. Note: Myo-Un and Ryu-Sang are both the protagonist in the series Nabi, one of the author’s ongoing series at the moment.
A young girl is kidnapped by her father’s political enemies . . . a bride-to-be embarks on a journey to her new home, but her escort has other plans . . . and a tough boy falls for the orphan girl he is supposed to protect . . . In these moving, poetic stories, people often are not what they seem, while love comes from where you least expect it.
This book is divided into six stories. Stories three to six feature Myo-un and Ryu-Sang from the Nabi series, in the days in the temple before the story in Nabi began.
Schrijver: Yeon-Joo Kim
Tekenaar: Yeon-Joo Kim