Jan Di froze. She stared at the two strokes, her brain unable to absorb anything. Millions of thoughts were tumbling inside her brain like a washing machine, and she finally broke free of her thoughts with the loud knock on the toilet door.
"Are you okay inside there?" Jun Hee called out.
Jan Di slowly unlocked the door, pulling it open to reveal her stunned face to Jun Hee. With one look at her face, Jun Hee knew. Jan Di didn't need to say a single word, she didn't even need to show Jun Hee the pregnancy test for her to bury her in a hug.
"Congratulations," she whispered into her ear. Jun Hee pulled back from the hug, grinning. She held both of her hands, excitement gleaming from her eyes.
"Don't you know what this means? Jun Pyo's a father! You're a mother! And best, we don't even need to fake your pregnancy to my mother anymore!" Jun Hee grinned again. Jan Di's head was like a whirlwind with millions and millions of thoughts. She was barely old enough and she's a mother? What's going to happen now? Should we tell Jun Pyo? When should we tell him? Jan Di shuddered and took a deep breath slowly.
Jun Pyo grinned at her nervousness and patted her cheek softly. "Come on, you know everything's going to be fine with me around," Jan Di smiled cheerily at her, realizing that not all was lost. She still had Jun Pyo.
"How are we going to break this to President kang?"
"My mother?" Jun Hee scoffed. Somehow even with the most disgusted expressions on her face, she could pull it off with an air of elegance and beauty, Jan Di's thoughts drifted. "Don't you bother about her, I'll deal with it, that – " she swore under her breath.
But Jun Pyo suddenly snapped and looked up at Jan Di. She grabbed her arm. "Come on, we have to tell Jun Pyo,"
Jan Di's eyes grew wide. "Oh wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait," she spluttered. "Are you sure? Are you sure he'll react the way that it's you know…" Jan Di shrugged her shoulders. Jun Hee smiled reassuringly again.
"Trust me, he'll be more than happy. He'll be overjoyed."
Jan Di, Jun Pyo and Jun Hee were seated at the coffeeshop, all three of them with different expressions. Jun hee was beaming with elation, almost as though she was the expectant. Jan Di's face was nervous, she could barely look into Jun Pyo's eyes. And Jun Pyo was just…well…he couldn't understand a single thing that was going on.
"Hello, did we meet here for a reason?" Jun pyo grumbled.
Jan Di glanced nervously at Jun Hee, who nodded encouragingly.
"Shut up and be quiet, Jan Di has some exciting news. Oh oh wait," Jun Hee glanced at her phone. "I have to go! I'll talk to you guys later," Jun Hee winked at Jan Di, whose eyes grew wider with fear and trepidation.
She glanced back at Jun Pyo, who was frowning slightly at her and Jun hee's retreating figure.
"Exciting news?" Jun Pyo lifted a brow. Jan Di nodded. "Well what is it?"
Jan Di reached into her bag and slowly pulled out a box. "You have to promise me you can't say anything until I tell you. Just look at what's inside first."
Jun Pyo reached for the box, his frown deepening, not understand what it meant. He took out the pregnancy kit and stared at it. His frown did not go away.
Jan Di got impatient. She smacked the table loudly.
"BANG!" Jun Pyo looked up, startled. "What? What's this? It smells of pee…" Jun Pyo frowned again.
Jan Di sighed. She reached for Jun Pyo's large hand, and gently placed it on her belly. Jun Pyo frowned for a moment, before suddenly his brain clicked. His mouth gaped open, and his eyes darted from her belly to Jan Di's smiling face.
"Y-you're pregnant? Just from that one time?" Jun Pyo gasped. Jan Di nodded apprehensively. She couldn't read Jun Pyo's expression, but she tried to focus on making the whole situation seem positive.
Jun Pyo leaned back on his chair with a plop, his face still in shock. One minute passed, two minutes passed, and Jan Di sat in her chair impatiently, tapping on the armseat.
Suddenly Jun Pyo snapped his fingers. "I got it. I got it. I got it. We don't have to fake your pregnancy anymore since it's a real one! We can officially move out!" Jun Pyo grinned from ear to ear. Jan Di groaned in frustration.
"OF COURSE, that was ALREADY suggested by Jun Hee. You mean you took two minutes to come to that conclusion?" Jun Pyo glanced at Jan Di with a small sneer.
"Humph. At least I reached there, okay." He defended himself. But he grabbed Jan Di from her chair and threw her in his arms in a huge hug, planting a giant kiss on her lips.
"Let's go break the news," he grinned.
President kang lay back on to her huge black chair, sighing. Jan Di and Jun Pyo were sitting across her table, Jun Pyo with a firm face and Jan Di rather nervous.
She tapped her fingers on the wooden table, causing a nerve-wrecking silence in the room. Jan Di glanced at Jun Pyo in a frightened face, but his eyes never left his mother's.
"We'll be moving out like we said, tomorrow. I will be working with the company still, but just not physically."Jun Pyo stated his conditions in a low but clear voice, resolute in his decision.
President Kang threw her eyes to the ceiling in frustration, and turned to face the couple. She threw her hands up.
Jan Di's eyes widened.
"Really?" she wondered aloud. Gasping, she clapped her hand over her mouth. Jun Pyo still kept a blank face.
"I will finish up the project as soon as I move in." He stood up, scraping back his chair against the tiled floor, took Jan Di's hand, and strode out.
He didn't stop walking until they reached his bedroom, where his blank face changed completely into one so overjoyed Jan Di was surprised.
"For a moment, I thought you were really not happy about the news,"
Jun Pyo smiled proudly. "Well now you know how well I can control my face." Jan Di giggled, as Jun Pyo picked her up and swung her around in his arms.
Well, as for Ji Hoo, he soon moved back to Juilliard after Jun Pyo and Jan Di's wedding. He learned and realized that he had to let them go, and he could never have her. He pursued his music with the zeal and tenacity he had kept for Jan Di, and music became his life.
Jan Di and Jun Pyo's wedding was a big white one at the beach, and they moved into a big big big big big house with more than 20 rooms. They did have a happy ever after, with a bit of quarrels and arguments here and there. Okay, not a bit. A lot. But they're happy.