Author: C'est moi~
Pairing: Sunggyu/Woohyun [WooGyu]
Genre: High School!AU
Rating: PG [Mild Language]
Summary: Sunggyu's an outcast in highschool. Woohyun's a new student, and he's everything Sunggyu hates.
A/N: I haven't written in a while, so this is pretty mediocre/rusty~ Feel free to correct/critique anything. I actually intended for this to be a oneshot, but I got stuck at the end of this and decided to just post this first part. I'm hoping it won't run past three or four parts.
Kim Sunggyu is your typical high school outcast. He speaks only when spoken to, and sometimes not even then. It wasn’t even a matter of being shy – he’d gotten over that in middle school – but he’d realized around sophomore year that he was far too intelligent to deal with the idiotic adolescent ways of his peers. This state of mind makes him seem arrogant (which he kind of is), and causes his fellow students to basically ignore him for the rest of his high school life.
The last set of people he’d befriended were Lee Howon and Jang Dongwoo. They were undoubtedly in love and were absolutely inseparable. The two dancers had run away and pretty much fucking eloped (minus the actual getting married part), leaving Sunggyu to the metaphorical wolves. He was beyond pissed at first, but realized that it was really just his fault for getting so damn attached. As soon as he had gotten over his envy of Dongwoo and Howon’s promising futures, he promised himself he’d never get that emotionally attached to anyone again.
Sunggyu’s promise to himself is destroyed the week he meets Nam Woohyun. The new student isn’t a stuttering mess like the last three. Actually, he’s shining with confidence, strutting around with the greasiest smile Sunggyu’s ever seen. Initially, Sunggyu kind of hates Woohyun’s guts. He doesn’t like the way Woohyun takes over the school, and he absolutely dreads the way his classmates let him. And he really fucking hates the way Woohyun invades his favorite spot at school.
In typical high school outcast fashion, Sunggyu spends his time on the school’s rooftop. The entire school recognized it as his refuge from obnoxiously loud classmates and hormone-driven couples (he’d tried claiming a corner of the school once as his refuge, but fled when he caught two juniors dry humping each other in his precious hiding space).
The first time Woohyun visits Sunggyu on the rooftop is during their lunch break. He irritatingly yanks Sunggyu’s precious ear bud out of his right ear, startling him. Sunggyu barely has enough time to let out a crabby “What the fuck?” before the raven-haired boy yells a loud “What are you listening to?” right in his ear. Sunggyu responds with an irritated “nothing,” and makes a move to retrieve his earbud from Woohyun. The obnoxious boy ignores Sunggyu’s obvious attempt to get his earbud, and sticks the object in his ear. The brunette stares at the other man in disbelief, never having had his privacy invaded like this before. While doing this, Sunggyu realizes that Woohyun’s actually kind of really attractive. He’s got this bold jaw line and these beautifully piercing eyes, and not to mention those lips – they seemed deliciously thick.
When the last thought crosses Sunggyu’s mind, he snaps out of it immediately. But he’s got no time to reflect over his odd thoughts when Woohyun pulls the earbud out.
“That was amazing. Was that you? It sounded a lot like your voice, even if I’ve only heard you speak like three words.”
Sunggyu can’t decide if Woohyun talks a lot or if he himself is just that unused to conversing with anyone outside of his family and teachers.
“Yeah,” he hadn’t realized that the song playing was a piece he’d written and recorded with his cheap microphone and computer a few months back.
“You’re really good.”
“Thanks,” he says halfheartedly. Sunggyu’s kind of upset that he’s let the boy he absolutely despises listen to him pour his heart out in a song. He flushes a bit and Woohyun notices.
“Don’t worry, I won’t tell anyone,” and Sunggyu thanks him with a nod.
“I can sing too, you know. Wanna hear?”
Sunggyu knows he won’t take no for an answer so he nods again. And Sunggyu’s heart kind of stops when Woohyun opens his mouth to sing. This heavenly voice pours out of Woohyun and Sunggyu’s torn between bursting into tears and attacking the boy’s angelic lips with his own.
He chooses neither.
When Woohyun finishes, the atmosphere’s silent.
“Sorry,” he chuckles nervously, “I didn’t know my singing was that bad.”
Woohyun looks kind of lost and Sunggyu thinks that he wouldn’t mind seeing a Woohyun this vulnerable all the time. Though, Sunggyu probably looks pretty damn vulnerable himself right now because all that’s on his mind is how fast he’s falling for this fucking annoying asshole. Sunggyu resists the temptation of jumping Woohyun’s bones and opts for telling him how gorgeous his voice is (even if he wants to tell him the same about his flawless face).
Woohyun thanks him and smiles the most adorable smile the other boy’s ever seen. An awkward silence fills the air again. Sunggyu turns to look at Woohyun, immediately regretting doing so when he sees the irresistible look on Woohyun’s face. He’s blindsided by the boy’s breathtaking features, and his mind goes blank.
Sunggyu forgets about everything he’s ever taught himself when he looks Nam Woohyun in the eye, and pecks his lips.
Woohyun looks at the chestnut-haired male and says, “you’re a weird one, Kim Sunggyu,” and giggles. Shortly after that, the bell rings.