The Stories of Those Around Me
Story of Someone We Know;아는사람 이야기;The Stories of Those Around Me
The story of three average women, and their not-so-common everyday life.
Creator & Rold InformationOmyo
Immortals Down Under
Hide Identity Hell
Why do the Yama, Rulers of the Underworld, get to slack off on their jobs and visit the Mortal World? Why is that one person's name not in the Book that records all deaths? The Magistrate tasked with retrieving his King from the world above discovers through his investigations that things are spiraling out of hand. What fatal connection do all these chaotic happenings have with the Underworld? Yama is Eastern death gods who are in charge of life and death (especially in China and Japan) in the underworld—the place where all dead souls congregate. It was once ruled by ten Yamas, each with their own responsibilities. Yet the Fifth Yama, tired of slaving away at the office desk, decides to leave the Underworld and travel to the Mortal World with Bai Wuchang, one of the Underworld employees, in tow. Rumor has it that they're searching for the Sixth Yama, who headed up to the Mortal World a thousand years ago and never returned. Meanwhile, another Underworld employee, the Magistrate Cui Pan, has also gone up to the Mortal World to investigate...
Me and Her Boyfriend
When the ex-girlfriend is threatening to kill herself and you have a hesitant and irresolute boyfriend, you end up in an "abnormal" love triangle relationship. The hardest part is that only I have to shoulder all the pain - me, the "other woman" in this Love Triangle. Tolerance and understanding, should these two be this painful? Until that person who is the reason for all my tears shows up...
In a high pressure society, some young people have a certain sense of boredom and even rejection of the faster pace of life. Compared to the high and high pressure of life and work, these young people are more interested in slowing down the rhythm and enjoying life, thus a kind of "funeral culture" has emerged in the society. "Funeral culture" on the surface of the transmission of negative energy, the reality is the young people through the "self mockery" way to the mind to reduce the new form of decompression, instead of playing a new type of encouragement. Dusansan is a modern young woman who aims to "eat and wait for death", and is especially keen on "funeral culture". She was promoted to office because of her boss's resignation and did not want to suffer from enormous work pressure. Mr durosson, who did not want to be driven mad by pressure, tried to demote, but she had to be good enough to be able to be demoted and not to be fired, but the result was always less than desirable - Dusansan, who was opposed to success, screwed up the matter, against his own. Will the "downgrading" of Duo Sang Sang become a "promotion" record?
Dark Family feud
A woman arrives at the Earl's Castle, and a subtle relationship between the Earl, the Earl's wife and the female guest unfolds. The Earl's wife is jealous of the female guest, while the gravely ill Earl believes in eternal life just like the Egyptian pharaohs. So he collects many ancient relics. However, the Earl actually prepares two coffins instead of one for himself...
Up To The Sky
Eastern Fantasy Sci-fi
What our protagonist Neil enjoys doing everyday is loudly preaching what his father had seen above the Cloud Sea. Nobody believed that it was true, and all say that his father was a liar who deceives the public to gain fame. In order to prove that his father wasn't lying, Neil resolved to break through the obstruction of the Cloud Sea and find out the truth! On his journey, he discovered that the Cloud Sea's existence was actually huge conspiracy devised by Genians, and his companion seemed to be a friend, but also an enemy...
The Last 7 Days
Eastern Fantasy Mystery
If you have seven days left in your life. What do you want to do? The death notice issued by the skybound death bureau experiment is as short as seven days, whether you have ever lived at the top of the world or struggled at the edge of life. There is always stumbling, always miss, always regret... It doesn't really matter how you die; How to live is the point.