Jumin Han or “trust fund kid,” as dubbed by his friends, was not very fond of relationships. Sure, he had women drooling over him for his money and looks (and men, for that matter, due to a few unfortunately untrue rumors), but that had never made him particularly interested in them. He was a straight laced man and always had his mind on business and business only.
That’s why, when a certain someone managed to wiggle their way to his heart, he was taken quite off guard. She had come out of nowhere, they met by complete coincidence. And even though he’d barely met her in person, he’d fallen for her. Her sweet voice and kind words, or perhaps her bright mind and charming personality, he had no idea what it was. But in only eleven days, this unknown person had found their way straight through his defenses and to his heart.
But he was naïve, very naïve. She had made him feel special, but she was only playing him. She held feelings for someone else.