[TF] The 100-Day Contract (Part One)

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The 100-Day Contract by Dan In2 translated by haejinxD PART ONE Prologue Whenever I pass by It seems like everyone looks at me. Even today...once...twice...three times b _b Am I pretty? Ha, not even close. I'm far from being described 'pretty'. But I'm not an ugly duckling either. To be put nicely, you could say I'm cute. (b °;;;;;) The outer appearance isn't what really matters anyway. ^-^ So what makes people so attracted to me to look at me with those adoring eyes? (b _b ;;) Well .......... ;; 'No way in hell, how does a girl like her be going out with a gorgeous guy like him?!?" Haha, that’s right. It’s because of the guy I'm walking next to. That's why. Question: Is this person really my boyfriend? Answer is NO. The reason I'm with this guy is because we made a contract together. A contract that can nearly destroy me and humble lifestyle. b _b A contract that doesn't even make any sense. But what can I do? We already agreed and signed.
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A contract that will change my life forever. Now let's start! [1] First Meeting.. My uncle owns a ramen restaurant. "Two orders of ramen noodles? Okay~" And as always, my uncle is working hard and happily. Day by day, his nearly baldhead gets shinier and shinier as strands of hair falls off his head. My chest hurts every time I see that. b 0 b it’s because of me that he works so hard .... It almost makes me want to burst out into tears. "Here they are, Hae In. I have another delivery order for you." My uncle smiles gently. I kept my tears in and just nodded. My uncle's ramen restaurant is right across the Han Kook Dae University. It was established 5 years ago. I, Kang Hae In and my loving uncle... and my younger brother, Hae Joon, live in a nearby apartment complex. My parents died in a car accident 10 years before. After the accident, Hae joon and I were put into the hands of my uncle. Even though he was in enough hardship, he took us in for the sake of his older sister. Everyday he looks sorrowful but when I'm around, he smiles. My eyes glisten with that thought. I don't think I can ever repay him back. With such small living expenses...
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But with my uncle's help, I am currently enrolled in my 2nd year in Han Kook Dae. Thank you uncle_ I put the customer's order into the metal delivery container and got on my motor scooter. Since this business started, I have received the title of 'delivery girl'. To help my uncle as much as I can, I deliver the food to the costumers. And receive no pay. How could I .... To think of how much went in to put into college. And to raise my brother and me... b _b I can never repay him back...really... VrroomVroom =3 Even though I've been doing this for so long. I feel humiliated to show myself like this in front of the people who attend the same school as me. So I wear a baseball cap and try to hide my face as much as I can. And for that reason, most of the people think I'm a guy.
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