Expectations: The Journey Begins Part 2

Title: Expectations
Adventure: The Journey Begins Part 2 of 2
Author Aquariuslover
Pairings: Yunjae
Rating: PG-13
Genre: Crossover, Science Fiction, Humor, Romance
Beta: tahoeturquoise

Jaejoong stirred as he felt a human presence enter his awareness. Jaejoong reluctantly pulled himself from Yunho’s arms and nudged him. “Somebody is coming.”

Yunho awoke instantly, getting up from the bed. Yunho looked around the room, noticed the sunlight beaming from the windows and realized it was already morning. “Do you know who it is?”

Jaejoong shook his head as he watched Yunho take tentative steps away from him and toward the door. “No, your presence is drowning out almost everything else. He is almost upon us.”

Yunho surprisingly made it toward the door without being overcome with dizziness. A good fifteen feet at least, he thought proudly. He waited behind the door, ready for the person to enter the shack.

The door swung open and a fat man with curly, blond hair strolled into the room. Jaejoong snarled in immediate distaste as he recognized the man as one of the traders that dealt with the Warlord ZhouMi.

“Who the hell are you?” the man asked Jaejoong.

“He’s with me, you backstabbing asshole!” Yunho said, slamming the door shut behind the startled trader.

“Now Captain, that’s harsh don’t you think? I mean, after I came back to save you and all,” the man said, turning around to face the captain as he cautiously backed away from him.

“Harsh? You came back for me? You shouldn’t have left me in the first place, Shindong!” Yunho spat out the man’s name as if it was the worst profanity he knew.

“There was an important matter I had to attend to,” Shindong explained as Yunho backed him up against the wall.

“Did you find your treasure and go to reap the reward?”

Shindong frowned sadly. “No, I couldn’t find it…but you could help me find it, Captain.”

“I am not helping you find anything! You are going to take me to my ship!”

“Captain, really? There is a poor innocent being on this planet…isn’t it your duty as a man of decency and honor to try and help it?”

“Well, after you return me to my ship…I have no problem with you coming back and looking for it,” Yunho told him, careful not to give away any of his knowledge involving the so-called treasure.

“Captain, like I said, there is an innocent being stuck on this planet….”

“I’m the only innocent being stuck on this planet that I am concerned with at the moment,” Yunho interrupted to tell him.

Shindong turned to stare at a half naked Jaejoong who was still sitting on the bed wrapped in a blanket. “What about him?”

“What about him?”

“Who is he? Where did you find him? Your crew is about to suffer a stroke out of worry for you, and you have been sexing up this pretty boy in my home."

Yunho glared at Shindong and stepped up closer to him. “I haven’t been sexing up anybody for your information…you talked to my crew!”

“Yes, they are very worried about you, and that Science Officer of yours is downright hateful!” Shindong exclaimed, remembering his none too friendly conversation with the Starship Expectation’s crew before he slipped away from them.

Yunho couldn’t help but smile. “Well, Changmin can get testy, and that’s no more than you deserve for stranding me here.”

“Changmin? Who is he?” Jaejoong asked again mentally as he felt Yunho’s spirits lift at the mention of the man.

“Who is he?” Shindong insisted at the same time, pointing toward Jaejoong.

Yunho looked at Jaejoong and back at Shindong. “He is a member of my crew, of course!”

“How did he get down here?” Shindong asked in shock.

“He was beamed down here, but unfortunately not all his clothes made it. He is lucky he still has his fingers,” Yunho answered, lying quickly. “The atmosphere caused lots of interference…we can’t risk trying it again.”

Shindong nodded his head in understanding and looked at Jaejoong with pity. “So you were the test dummy they sent down to make sure the transporters were safe for their precious captain.”

Jaejoong just stared back at Shindong and nodded his head in agreement.

“That isn’t exactly how it was,” Yunho said, moving closer to Jaejoong and sitting down next to him. “He volunteered.”

“Whatever! Honorable people, my ass,” Shindong spat as he placed both of his hands on his hips. “The least you could do is help me find that poor Joong.”

“Joong?” Yunho asked, curious now.

“The treasure I was talking about is a magical being called a Joong,” Shindong explained, deciding honesty might be the best policy after all.

“Magical?” Yunho asked, full of skepticism. Jaejoong was definitely full of mystery but many alien races were…and those mysteries could usually be explained in time with science.

“They are the most highly sought after beings in the entire galaxy. They say the Joongs were once an omnipotent race that reverted back to their physical forms. No science can clearly understand them. They are extremely telepathic beings, and if they take you as their mate…well let’s just say you are blessed in all sorts of ways,” Shindong told the two of them, growing more excited as he thought of the treasure he was seeking.

“In what ways?” Yunho couldn’t help but ask, causing Jaejoong to flinch beside him.

“They bond with you for life. Their mates never need a doctor, because a Joong can heal anything. They take the form of your ideal mate. And most importantly, it is rumored that they are great lovers…they know what you want before you know what you want…if you get what I mean,” Shindong said, winking at Yunho.

Yunho suddenly felt sick again as he only focused on the first sentence of Shindong’s statement. “When you say bond for life…you don’t literally mean for life…do you?”

Jaejoong sighed loudly and fell back on the bed.

“Yes, I mean for life. If the Joong dies his mate dies, if the mate dies the Joong dies. There is no way of breaking the bond,” Shindong explained.

“And people…want this?” Yunho sputtered, fighting the urge to run screaming.

“Hell, yes. It’s the highest honor imaginable to have a Joong as a mate. Most Joongs would rather die than take a mate though, but I can’t help but hope for the best,” Shindong said, rubbing his hands together gleefully as he imagined a Joong mate of his very own.

Jaejoong sat up on the bed again and massaged his troubled mate’s back, while staring at Shindong. “So you think this Joong would take you as a mate?”

Shindong blushed. “Well…I mean a man can hope. I think it would be very relieved that I didn’t give it back to ZhouMi. Gratitude could blossom into love.”

“But the Captain and I would also not allow you to return the Joong to ZhouMi. Who is to say the Joong would not feel gratitude toward us instead?” Jae asked craftily, feeding into Shindong’s insecurities that he remembered well from their meetings in the past. “I am very beautiful and the Captain is very handsome.”

Shindong paled as he looked at the two of them, realizing the truth of Jaejoong’s words. “You know your ship is very worried for you…perhaps I should get you back to it.”

Yunho, who had been knee deep in the horrific realization that he might be bonded to Jaejoong for the rest of his life snapped back to attention. “You should.”

“Yeah, and then I can come back and look for the Joong…alone,” Shindong said, turning and looking though some old boxes.

“We should hurry, so you can get back and start searching,” Yunho said, standing up and rubbing his hands together excitedly at the prospect of getting back to his ship.

“True,” Shindong agreed as he turned back around and threw a large shirt at Jaejoong. “It’s not much but it’s better than nothing.”

“It’s filthy,” Jaejoong mentally complained to Yunho as he slipped the large shirt on and told Shindong, “Thanks.”

Yunho turned to Jaejoong and grinned as he watched Jaejoong place his jacket over the large shirt. “It looks like a dress on you…an ugly dress.”

“Would you like me better if I wore dresses? I have no problem wearing whatever pleases you,” Jaejoong told Yunho, smirking as he noticed his mate’s face turn red.

“Let’s go people. I don’t have all day,” Shindong ordered as he opened the door and headed out.

Yunho hurried and headed after Shindong, causing Jaejoong to hurry and catch up with him and take his hand. “I am not exactly on my game. Shindong is doing this of his own free will…I wouldn’t want him to find out I am the Joong he is searching for.”

Yunho frowned. “Shindong, if the Joong did take you as a mate….what would that mean? Would it still be valuable to others?”

Shindong didn’t slow his pace as he hurried in the direction of his ship, but he happily answered Yunho. “Of course; they only mate for life, so there wouldn’t be any chance of anybody else becoming its bondmate, but it’s still highly telepathic. If somebody could get a hold of the Joong’s mate…then they could blackmail the Joong into doing whatever they wanted. They say the bond between the Joong and its mate keeps them tied closely together…that it’s physically painful for the Joong to be without its mate.”

“Oh, well that sounds like more hassle than it’s worth to me,” Yunho protested, shortening his pace to keep from overtaking Shindong.

“Don’t ask him anything else or you will make him suspicious…and your distress might even be noticeable to him,” Jaejoong chastised as he tightened his grip on Yunho’s hand. “If you want to know something I will tell you once we get back to your ship.”

“That’s easy for you to say, I’ve seen your ship and if I had a ship like that I probably wouldn’t want to be tied down to one person either,” Shindong told him as they approached the area where his ship was parked.

“Speaking of ships, you didn’t stop and get any repairs along the way, did you?” Yunho asked hopefully as the clunker ship came into view. Shindong’s ship was small and it reminded Yunho of Shindong’s shack.

“My ship is totally space worthy. It has gotten me out of more jams then you can possibly imagine,” Shindong grumbled defensively as he approached his ship.

“We are going to get on that?” Jaejoong asked loudly as the appearance of the ship left him dumbfounded. “I think I would rather take my chances with the Zusaders.”

“Listen here Princess, it might not be up to your grand standards, but it will get you back to your precious Starship,” Shindong snapped as he used his remote and lowered the docking ramp so they could enter the ship. Jaejoong frowned because the docking ramp looked worse than the ship.

“That’s all that matters,” Yunho said as he led Jaejoong up the shaky ramp and followed behind Shindong. Yunho prayed the docking ramp would hold them - it was a good twenty feet climb to the ship.

“Also, don’t forget I want to be compensated for all my hard work,” Shindong grumbled, still angry about the insults his ship had taken as he stormed up the ramp ahead of them.

“Of course, you will be well compensated,” Yunho assured him as the ramp gave way underneath him.


Yunho awoke wrapped in Jaejoong’s arms as he rested against the other man’s chest. Yunho looked around and realized he was in a small cage with Jaejoong. “Fuck.”

“Well unfortunately we haven’t, except for that one time. Our bond is still in its infancy stages and my mind is still focused only on you. I am unable to take control of a certain trader’s mind and make him take us to your ship.”

Yunho looked up into Jaejoong’s face in surprise. “Jae, would that really have helped?”


“You didn’t tell me.”

“You were freaking out enough.”

“What happened?”

“We fell…and luckily I fell on you, but you suffered from a head injury…and I flipped out and healed you…right in view of a certain traitor.”

“You gave us away?”

“Me…I…you had a head injury. It’s physically impossible for me not to heal you.”

“Was it bad?” Yunho asked, sitting up and reaching for the back of his head.

Jaejoong darted his eyes away from Yunho guiltily. “No, but I didn’t know that. I just knew you were unconscious….you also broke your arm.”

Yunho looked down at the sleeves of his jacket and noticed this left sleeve was covered in blood. Yunho immediately pulled up his sleeve and saw no sign of injury on his arm. “You know the only doctor to survive on my ship kinda lost his mind, and thinks he’s a female nurse now. Having you around might not be so bad.”

Jaejoong reached up and touched Yunho’s face with the tips of his fingers. “I can only heal you.”

Yunho smiled at him. “Lucky me.”

“You should let me kiss you.”

“Why?” Yunho asked, his eyes widening.

“Because I want to….so very much.”

Yunho turned away from Jaejoong and swallowed nervously. “I don’t think that would be a good idea.”

Jaejoong reached up and turned Yunho’s face until it was facing him again. “It’s a very good idea.”

“No, it isn’t. We have to focus on escaping now,” Yunho said, climbing to his feet. “How long was I out? Where is he taking us?”

Jaejoong sighed in frustration and spoke aloud, not bothering to hide his annoyance. “Not long. He said there is some gambling event he wants to go to…he thinks I can cheat for him. He doesn’t realize that my telepathy is useless…because if it was working, he couldn’t take me anywhere against my will!”

“He’s an idiot,” Yunho grumbled, still upset that he was once again at this man’s mercy. “Once I am free of…” Yunho stopped suddenly as a blast hit the ship, causing the whole ship to rock. Yunho clung to the bars of the cage. “Oh, just great!”

“Your ship wouldn’t fire…”

“No, it wouldn’t.”

Jaejoong was suddenly up and had both arms wrapped around Yunho. “We should have sex right now.”


“It’s the fastest way to strengthen our bond, so I can sense something other than you! If it’s ZhouMi we will soon be space dust if we don’t hurry,” Jaejoong insisted as he turned Yunho around to face him.

Yunho didn’t have to be told twice as he pulled Jaejoong into a desperate kiss…that he found much more pleasurable than he would have imagined. Another shot rocked the ship knocking Jaejoong and Yunho to the floor, but they did not stop kissing as their tongues explored each other’s mouths and their hands groped and clung to each other’s bodies as the force of the blast had them rolling around the cage.

“I hate to interrupt the show, but I need your help,” Shindong yelled as he suddenly appeared and opened the cage’s door. Yunho and Jaejoong did not stop their ravenous kissing and groping until Shindong kicked Yunho in the leg. “Seriously now! There is a time and place but this isn’t it!”

Yunho broke away from Jaejoong’s tempting lips and blinked his eyes, trying to focus on Shindong. “What do you want?” Yunho demanded in a husky voice…everything else forgotten except for the warm, inviting body underneath him.

Jaejoong, who was under Yunho with one hand down Yunho’s pants, gasped as he glimpsed into Shindong’s mind. Jaejoong quickly pushed Yunho off of him as he hurried to his feet, pulling Yunho along with him. Jaejoong dashed out of the cage, answering for Shindong, “The engines are about to blow.”

“That’s just wonderful! Who’s shooting at you?” Yunho demanded, trying to catch his breath as Jaejoong dragged him along.

“ZhouMi,” Jaejoong answered.

“The Warlord ZhouMi-that bastard. He isn’t exactly happy with me,” Shindong told Yunho as they hurried toward the bridge.

“Where is my ship?” Yunho demanded as he entered the cramped bridge.

Shindong hurried toward some controls that were burning and tried to put out the fire. “Unfortunately it’s on the other side of the planet…and we are close enough to the planet’s atmosphere that it can’t detect us.”

Jaejoong looked out the large screen at the end of the bridge that showed the ship of the man he detested. “Does he know you have me?”

“No, he just thinks I double crossed him and tried to get you for myself,” Shindong explained as he finished putting out the fire.

“Like you did,” Yunho couldn’t help but point out as he sat down at the helm and reviewed the ship’s damaged systems. He turned on the distress signal his ship couldn’t hear.

“Let’s focus on surviving right now,” Shindong snapped at them. “Right now he won’t fire. If he misses he might hit the planet and he still thinks the Joongs on it.”

“Jae is his name,” Yunho snapped back at Shindong. “So he won’t fire, but my ship can’t detect us…this is just great.”

“I know the code for his weapons systems,” Jaejoong offered, still glaring at the other ship through the screen.

Yunho looked up in awe. “You can read that from here? We should have made out earlier.”

Jaejoong turned and smiled at Yunho. “I just remember it from being on that blasted ship for so long.”

“Well it doesn’t matter because I can’t hack into his systems and disable his weapons. I am not that skilled.”

“I am,” Yunho informed them. “It’s rather simple. Jae, give me the code.”

“Show off,” Shindong muttered as Jaejoong mentally sent Yunho the code and Yunho disabled the Warlord’s weapons. “So now what? The engines are gone and we are still helpless…your ship doesn’t know you are here.

“There is enough juice left in the engines for us to break away from the atmosphere.”

“Are you crazy? We will burn up in space!” Shindong screamed at Yunho, panicking at the thought.

“We either burn up in space now, or we burn up later when we crash into that planet. If we break free of the atmosphere there is a good chance that my crew will hear our distress signal,” Yunho told Shindong. “Everybody, brace yourselves… this is going to be a bumpy ride.”

“We are all going to die,” Shindong moaned as he strapped himself into his chair and prayed for the best.

“We all gotta die someday,” Yunho told them as Jaejoong sat down on his lap and wrapped his arms around Yunho’s neck.

“I have faith in you.”

“Here’s hoping your faith isn’t wasted,” Yunho said wistfully as he hit the controls, sending the small craft plummeting into space.

“It won’t be,” Jaejoong whispered encouragingly as the ship shook all over, the front screen flickered off and on, and panels started blowing up in front of them.

“My poor ship,” Shindong moaned miserably. “My mother will never know what happened to me. My poor ship and my poor mother.”

Yunho looked down at the controls and wrapped an arm tightly around Jaejoong’s waist. “Guess there isn’t any chance you can heal us after we have been blown into space dust?”

Jaejoong shook his head and kissed Yunho’s cheek. “No, but I would still rather die in space with you than live anywhere else.”

Yunho smiled bitter-sweetly at Jaejoong and he felt real regret that he wouldn’t get to know him better. “That’s good since were are about to be blown to pieces in less than….”

The screen in front of the bridge came to life, and Yunho’s whole body relaxed as Kyuhyun appeared on the screen and his voice was heard throughout the ship. “This is Commander Cho of the Starship Expectations. We have answered your distress call, prepare to be beamed aboard.”

“Commander, now would be a goo….” the captain’s voice faded away as he, Jaejoong, and Shindong were beamed to safety right before the ship exploded.


Jaejoong suddenly found himself on board another ship, and the sense of relief…happiness he felt radiating off of Yunho let him know that he was aboard the Expectations. The ship was huge and sparkling with life. Jaejoong could feel the buzz of a hundred minds or more, and he watched as two young men smiled happily at Yunho.

“Captain, it is so good to have you back,” one of the young men said, coming around from the panel where he had been standing.

“Transporter Chief…Donghae it’s good to be back,” Yunho said, stepping off the platform with a huge grin on his face. Yunho then turned to the man standing beside the one called Donghae. “Sungmin, that man is under arrest. Put him in the brig,” Yunho told Sungmin as he pointed toward Shindong.

“Now Captain, is that any way to treat your savior?” Shindong asked, hurrying down from the transporter platform to plead with the captain.

“Savior? You’ll be lucky if I don’t shoot you out an airlock,” Yunho told Shindong as Sungmin took the trader by the arm.

Jaejoong watched as another man he recognized from minutes earlier flew through the door. “Captain, you are a difficult man to rescue!”

“You did a great job of it, Commander. Perfect timing,” Yunho told him as he reached up and clasped Commander Cho firmly by the shoulder.

“I had help,” Commander Cho said, grinning up at his captain.

“Speaking of help, where is my Changmin?” Yunho asked, causing Jaejoong to frown. Jaejoong had never managed to get an answer to his questions where Changmin was concerned.

“Oh, on the bridge being completely logical, and looking down on all of us for our emotional displays. Of course, finally getting you back is no big deal to him,” Commander Cho explained to the captain, but his eyes had focused on Jaejoong.

“Of course not,” Yunho agreed with a grin full of fondness as he thought of Changmin. Yunho then followed the commander’s gaze back to Jaejoong.

“And who is this?” the commander asked.

“This is Jae, and I owe my life to him,” Yunho said, reaching out his hand for Jaejoong.

Jaejoong sighed with a huge relief as he stepped off the transporter platform and took Yunho’s hand. “And I owe my life to you.”

Commander Cho grinned at Jaejoong. “Jae, anybody who saves the Captain is welcome aboard this ship.”

“That’s a good thing because he is going to be staying…for a while.” Yunho said uneasily, making Commander Cho do a double take.


“It’s a long story…I will of course give everybody a thorough briefing, but until then…”

“We must be getting to the sickbay,” Commander Cho interrupted to tell the Captain.

“Sickbay?” The Captain asked in obvious disdain.

“It’s standard procedure. I was just recently reminded of it by a certain Lieutenant Jung…and you know how Changmin gets if we don’t follow policy exactly,” Commander Cho said as he motioned the Captain through the doors.

“Oh, I know,” Yunho grumbled, not releasing Jaejoong’s hand. If Yunho had been paying better attention to Jaejoong he would have noticed how the other man had noticeably paled.


Jaejoong lay on his bed in the sickbay, lying on his side almost completely covered up by his blanket, but his eyes never left Yunho. He watched as crew member after crew member came in to welcome Yunho back, who was in the other bed in the room. It was almost as if they had to touch him…a warm hug, a squeeze of the leg, or a gentle pat on the arm to be reassured of the continued existence of their beloved captain. It didn’t take a telepath to know how loved Yunho was by his crew.

The nurse that Yunho had warned him about earlier would occasionally come in the room and run everybody off as he fussed over the captain and cursed his equipment that refused to give him any pertinent information about Jaejoong. Jaejoong couldn’t make himself care about Nurse Heechul though, there was only one name running though his mind…Changmin.

The nice commander had called him Lieutenant Jung….Jung. Jaejoong’s memory of Yunho’s first introduction rang loudly in his mind. Changmin and his mate shared a name. This horrified Jaejoong to the very core of his being. He hated that his mind was still fuzzy, emotionally drained and overwhelmed by this ship full of people. He wanted to know Changmin’s connection to Yunho, but then again he feared the truth.

Jaejoong couldn’t help but remember that Yunho had only shown any attraction to him when he was under the influence of pheromones or when he thought his life depended on it. On Shindong’s ship he had refused to kiss Jaejoong, and only when Jaejoong had said their escape depended on it did Yunho show any interest in him. Jaejoong feared that he had bonded with a man who was already committed to another.

Jaejoong wanted to cry, because it seemed like it had been the longest two days in the history of the universe. In those two days he had been tortured and found the love of his life. If he had to share Yunho…well he would rather be tortured by the Zusaders than share Yunho.

“Hey, why so sad looking?”

Jaejoong jumped, startled to find that Yunho had gotten out of bed and was standing beside him. “Just tired,” Jaejoong forced the words out verbally. He would try his best to be more respectful to Yunho’s ways.

“Are you sure that’s all?” Yunho asked, running a hand through Jaejoong’s hair. “Heechul is a bitch to almost everyone…it’s not personal.”

Jaejoong sat up in bed and shook his head. “It has nothing to do with him. I am just worn out.”

Yunho wiped away a tear that glided down Jaejoong’s cheek. “You should sleep then.”

“I can’t,” Jaejoong explained, trying to fight the urge to sob as he reached up and took Yunho’s hand. “Yunho, I have to know. Who is…” Jaejoong stopped suddenly as he felt joy radiating off Yunho again. Jaejoong looked up quickly and followed Yunho’s gaze to a very tall, handsome young man standing in the doorway.

“Yunho, I am pretty sure you are supposed to be in bed,” the young man told Yunho.

Yunho chuckled. “Changmin, what did I tell you about respect? That’s Captain Yunho to you.”

Changmin snorted and walked over to Jaejoong’s bed where the captain stood. “I read your report…it was unusual. So this is the poor soul you managed to get yourself bonded to?”

“Hey don’t knock it till you try it,” Yunho joked as he pulled Changmin into a tight hug. Jaejoong just stared at them in wide-eyed amazement…it couldn’t be possible.

Changmin broke away from the hug, acting as if he disliked the contact, but Jaejoong smiled knowing differently. “I more than others, have reason to be concerned with your continued relationships with ‘women’ in the future.”

“You haven’t been zapped out of existence yet,” Yunho told Changmin as he reached down and took Jaejoong’s hand.

“Keep gathering male bond-mates and I am sure it will happen any day now. And since when did you like men?” Changmin asked, studying the beautiful man who was holding the captain’s hand.

“Go. I need to sleep. It’s been a long week,” Yunho said, avoiding Changmin’s question.

Jaejoong watched with amazed, loving eyes as he watched Yunho shoo Changmin from the room and shut the door behind him. “He’s your son!”

Yunho nodded his head at Jaejoong as he climbed back in the bed assigned to him. “That he is, but he’s always been more of a brother.”

“How is it even possible?”

“I don’t know.”

“He’s your age.”

“He’s actually two years younger than me…well, as best we can tell,” Yunho answered as he got under his covers.

“I don’t understand,” Jaejoong whispered mentally as he slipped out of his bed and walked to Yunho’s bed.

Yunho looked up at the man standing at his bedside. “When I was four years old he showed up on my family’s doorstep. Tests showed that he was biologically my son. My parent’s were shocked to say the least.”

“That’s just amazing…how does something like that happen?” Jae asked as he reached out a hand and cupped Yunho’s face.

“As far as we can tell it’s some kind of time travel,” Yunho answered as he scooted to the edge of the bed, lying on his side. He pulled back the blanket and invited Jaejoong to sleep with him.

Jaejoong smiled brightly and slid into the bed facing away from Yunho and also lying on his side. “Thank you.”

Yunho wrapped an arm around Jaejoong and pulled the other man to him. “These beds aren’t meant for two people.”

Jaejoong couldn’t have wiped the smile from his face if he had tried. “Then we will just have to be one.”

Jaejoong could feel Yunho smiling into his hair. “Let’s just work on not falling out of bed for now.”

“I love you,” Jaejoong told Yunho aloud because those words were too important to be spoken in silent whispers of the mind. Jaejoong knew Yunho would not reply…yet; but he couldn’t stop smiling as Yunho pulled him tighter against him. Jaejoong felt the beginnings of a great love taking root all around him. He knew that his journey with Yunho had just begun and he couldn’t wait for more.
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