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They're talented, good-looking and falling in love.
SBG is one of the most successful K-pop bands in the world with tons of fans, but that actually makes finding love all the more difficult. For Choi Ha-Joon, known simply as Hajoon, his focus has been on working hard to make SBG a success alongside his bandmates. He hasn't had time for or even thought much about falling in love. But when American biographer Jenna Oliver arrives in Seoul to live with SBG in order to write their group biography, things begin to change. At first he's not fond of having someone invade their personal space and is suspicious of her, but as he gets to know Jenna he grows to respect her not only as a professional but as a person. And that respect and budding friendship soon veers toward attraction and deeper feelings he's never experienced before.
Jenna Oliver is used to feeling like the odd one out. After all, she grew up bouncing from one foster home to another then went to college at age fifteen. By the time she was out of her teens, she'd already completed graduate school and had started her career as a successful biographer. So when she arrives in South Korea to write about a K-pop band, it's just another instance of being the odd bird. But this new undertaking is full of surprises. Not only does she develop strong bonds with the band members who basically adopt her as a sister, she finds herself falling hard for Hajoon. But some of the band's fans are not happy with Jenna's closeness with SBG, particularly one of Hajoon's more obsessive fans.
To find their happy ending, Hajoon and Jenna have to deal with an industry that frowns on idols dating, fan outcry and their own doubts and concerns. But no one ever said love was easy, especially when you live in the spotlight.