Let me tell you a story about two boys who were complete strangers to each other, until one night. They shared the same reason for riding their bike at midnight when everyone was in dreamland. To look at the night sky wrapped around in a blanket of stars and the moon. A fated meeting written in the stars.. And all that was needed was one falling star and two bikes.
" Do you always think this much, Yi En" "Is that bad?" "Not necessarily. It's just that sometimes people use thought to not participate in life." "Is that bad?" "Yes."
Jia Er (Jackson Wang) and Yi En (Mark Tuan) are living their lifes in a small neighborhood in Gyeonggi with their parents. They're both living their lives differently but with the same thoughts and worries that they hide deep inside. Yi En is an empath which he doesn't know himself, and can't help but absorb everyone's and everything's emotions and energy's around him. For many years he has felt like he doesn't belong anywhere. Jia Er is living his life like every other high schooler, having fun, partying and enjoying sports. A fake extrovert. On the surface he blends in and gets along with everyone due his easy going personality. Despite that, he can't stand human's and deep inside he feels like he doesn't belong anywhere. They're born in China but have lived most of their life in Korea. Often when they think about their hometown the homesick feeling returns. So whenever they feel like this, they take their bikes late at night and ride around staring at the moon in the night sky, thinking about home. Because no matter where they are, the sky always stays the same.