Hey Guys and gals. I'm back with another story.

This one goes out for DramaSapphire. A DaeSu/ChoBi fic for my sister in writing.

The sun was shining and the birds were singing. Cho Bi was in front of her house boiling some water. One might wonder why she was boiling it on such a warm day. The answer is simple really, a fortuneteller told her that this would bring her luck in her love-life.

Seeing as she was already old enough for marriage she decided to try it. As Dae Su hasn't been around lately she fixed her eyes on a cute guy next door. He was really handsome with black hair and deep blue eyes. What she didn't know was that Dae Su was actually closer then she thought and he was silently considering all the painfully ways to kill that guy.

He got his courage and went to the gate of Cho Bi's house. When she saw Dae Su her whole face lightened up and she ran to him. He had a smile on his face, a conspiratory smile. Still Cho Bi thought nothing of it. He asked if her parents were home, to which she said yes. He went inside then.

After a few minutes Cho Bi's mother came out with a smile on her face and send Cho Bi inside. Her father had a smile on his face as he spoke to her:

"My dear girl I have a question for you…"

"Ye, abba-nim?" was what she responded.

"How do you feel about getting married?" When she didn't reply her father took it as a confirmation. "So then, daughter, shall I let this young man have you as his wife?"

Cho Bi was speechless, she looked at Dae Su and nodded. The king's defender goy up and took her hand in his as he said:

"Cho Bi I want you to be my wife and the mother of my children! I want to live a life-time with you! So, please become my wife." Cho Bi could only smile at him and pull him in a hug.

Shortly after they were married and Cho Bi was expecting a little buddle of joy running around.

And it came in the form of a little boy, whom they named Kwon Young. He became a skilled warrior and just like his father the friend of Moon, the future king.

So here it is my latest work of art.