Kyungsoo is not one for telling secrets. He chooses to tell the truth over secrets rather than lying, knowing that lying will get you into more trouble. Secrets are not good anyway, his father kept secrets from his mother and look where they are now, divorced and living in two separate houses. Secrets tore apart his parents relationship, shredding it to the point there would be no recovery. He has seen firsthand what happens when things start to go down hill, everything silent at first before things start to surface and then a whole storm of anger and frustration starts. Kyungsoo has never been one to cheat either. Cheating is terrible and his mother always tells him to cherish the person he loves, whether that be man or woman. Cheating tore his parents apart as well as the secrets and Kyungsoo has never seen his father as the man he once did. He remembers watching his dad pack his bags, ignoring his countless questions, before he left, arm around a young woman and two children clinging to his body, both of them calling him dad. Kyungsoo never understood what happened until later on in his life and has never felt so hurt that his dad just left him. It only took one job, one meaningless job that his college sent him to do for his course, to send everything he thinks out the window, his thoughts vanishing one by one until they all disappeared. Kyungsoo is stuck, rationality battling feelings and his mind and body is a warzone. He's confused and he is lost and the only person that can get him out of this black hole is the one person that is causing it. "This needs to stop." "But maybe I don't want it to. Maybe we don't want it to."