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miari ([personal profile] miari) wrote2010-04-01 12:04 am

Bad Case of Lovin' You 1/2

Title: Bad Case of Lovin' You 1/2
Pairing: Kyumin
Rating: PG
Genre: AU/Romance
Summary: Sungmin will do anything to keep his shiny new job as an ER doctor, including, but not limited to, lying about his own medical conditions, sucking up to the most arrogant man he's ever met, and not in any way, shape, or form, falling in love.
A/N: Part of a doctor!verse that's been swimming in my brain and demanding attention. So cliche, but cliche is what I do best...

The ER was a busy place. People were flying in and out like they had wings, tripping over their own feet as they tried to get out of the way of stretchers and beds being wheeled in and out of rooms. There were too many patients and not enough doctors, interns running panicked through the hallways, nurses directing traffic like they were on an airport runway, and far too much noise for one person to handle.

A little pang of fear nudged at Sungmin’s mind. This wasn’t supposed to be a busy hospital.

He stood in the midst of the chaos for five minutes before an ambulance wailed it’s way in with a kid who had crashed his bike. Seconds after Sungmin paged for a pediatrician, a call went out for him to come help with the surgery on level five while almost simultaneously, the old woman in bed six began to have a massive heart attack.

He was patted on the back and he turned, slightly frozen from the shock, to find a doctor smiling sympathetically. “Welcome to higher pay,” the doctor said, and then jogged away to where an EMT was wheeling in a stretcher with the bicycle kid on it.

“Dr. Lee,” the intercom paged again, “please report to Dr. Cho for immediate assistance in surgery. Lee Sungmin, I mean.”

“Why?” He demanded of the invisible woman. “This is so unfair,” he despaired. He grabbed the nearest nurse he could find and made sure that she had a doctor seeing to the old lady who might already be dead, and then dashed up five flights of stairs because the elevators had temporarily broken down and the repairman had yet to arrive.

“You are late,” he was informed by a young, irritable doctor. “The patient’s been under for five minutes, time’s wasting.”

Sungmin gaped. He had not transferred for this.

“What?” The doctor asked.

“This was not part of my job description,” Sungmin spluttered, “I don’t know who you think you are, but I have patients and doctors that need me downstairs. I will send a nurse up to you momentarily. I’m not the only one in the hospital qualified to assist in surgeries.”

“Maybe not,” the doctor returned smoothly, “But according to your resume, you’re one of the best. Now scrub in.”

“No,” Sungmin said, spinning on his heel and walking back towards the door.

“Yes,” the doctor insisted, “Unfortunately for you, I have rank and unlike the people downstairs, I’m not afraid to pull it. Now scrub in or you’re fired.”

And what could he do? He would be the laughing stock of the entire medical community if he was fired not fifteen minutes into his first job. Swearing viciously in his head, Sungmin bit his tongue and scrubbed in, settling in for a long surgery and sore feet.

One thought echoed through his mind for the entire four hours.

Why on earth did I transfer here?


He discovered, upon returning to ER with an aching back, that he was extraordinary gullible. Dr. Park was waiting for him, wearing an amused expression on his face.

"Surgery go well?" He asked pleasantly and Sungmin could only grunt in response. "Just so you know," Dr. Park continued, "Kyuhyun doesn't have the authority to order you around."

Sungmin felt what little sunshine he had left in him dissipate.

"I heard the page and hurried down here to tell you, but you had already left." The dimple on Dr. Park's cheek creased a little deeper as he tried to smile away Sungmin's frustration; it wasn't working. "He's the youngest doctor in residence here, and he's also been here the longest. He enjoys rubbing it in the faces of everyone else and using that to try and twirl new doctors around his finger. Don't feel too bad; everyone's had to help him at some point."

Sungmin collapsed in a chair, "I've never been gullible," he admitted, "so right now I feel rather awful."

"Don't," Dr. Park said, "it got me off my butt for four hours and away from paperwork. I'm grateful."

Sungmin paled, "You stayed here while I was up there..." he trailed off, horrified that the senior doctor had to fill in for him.

"Not your fault," Dr. Park assured him.

"Dr. Park I am so sorry," Sungmin said, wondering if he should get down on his knees and beg to keep his job.

"It's not your fault," Dr. Park insisted again, "It's Kyuhyun's. And you can call me Leeteuk. Actually, please call me Leeteuk, everyone else does. Unless I'm mad at them, which I'm not right now. Really, Sungmin," he patted the new doctor on his head, "I don't mind at all."

Sungmin mentally raised his fist to the ceiling and shook it. When he saw that cocky, bastard of a doctor again...

"If your sure," his voice shook slightly.

"Positive. Now, there's a kid in bed two that's scraped his elbow something awful. We'll need to check for broken bones."

Sungmin scrambled from the chair, almost falling over in his haste, and made a beeline for bed two. Dr. Cho Kyuhyun, he sent towards the fifth floor, I hope you have a good life insurance policy.


The problem with finding Cho Kyuhyun was that Sungmin only knew what his eyes looked like. Every other defining feature had been covered in surgical garb and so Sungmin took to scrutinizing everyone's eyeballs as he passed them in the hallway.

"Do you need glasses?" someone finally asked him.

Sungmin recognized him as the doctor that had trotted off to help the kid in the bicycle accident. Dr. Lee, his mind supplied. Lee Donghae. Pediatrician.

"No," Sungmin replied, hands in his pocket, fingering the pink thermometer he kept there. It was an odd habit, but it was a safety line for him when things started to spin out of control.

"You're squinting, though," Donghae pointed out, almost poking Sungmin's eye with his finger.

"I can see fine," Sungmin assured him with a smile, "I'm actually just looking for Dr. Cho and I've only ever seen his eyes," he gestured two circles over his face and Donghae laughed.

"He's in another surgery, I think. I'll tell him if I see him,” Donghae said, and Sungmin felt a bud of happiness tug at his heart.

He had made a friend. Friends were such wonderful things.

His name was paged (fifty year old adult male fell down the stairs, possible concussion and/or other head injury) and they waved goodbye cheerily.

Thank God, Sungmin thought, before he accepted the charts and information from a nurse, scanning it quickly before stepping into room twelve.

"Hello," he said pleasantly.

"Are you a doctor?"

"Yes," Sungmin cocked his head, smiling still as he stepped closer.

"I'd like to just leave, if you don't mind," the man said, "I'm really fine."

Sungmin nodded, "Well, you took a pretty hard fall, we'd like to just make sure that you don't have a-“

"I don't," the man said.

"Concussions can sometimes be hard to-"

"I don't have a concussion, just a headache."

Sungmin pushed forward, "Sometimes a headache is an indicator-"

"You are obviously a horrible doctor. You can't do anything unless I give you permission, now please allow me to leave.  And while you're at it, get me someone that is in charge of you. I would like to make a complaint."

Sungmin blinked. "Fine," he said, "I'll just be a minute."

Gritting his teeth, Sungmin left and went in search of someone that could act important. He spotted the doctor in charge of the shift filling out some paperwork and walked towards him.

"Dr. Kim?"

The man glanced up and smiled, clapping Sungmin hard on the back and making him wince. "How's your first day? Besides the Kyuhyun incident," Dr. Kim added, eyes twinkling.


"And it's just Kangin," the doctor assured him, "Did you need something? Weren't you with a patient just now?"

"He doesn't want to talk to me," Sungmin said with a sigh. "He insists that he doesn't have a concussion and he wants to leave."

"So let the man leave," Kangin shrugged, "He'll be back in when he starts seeing three of himself in the mirror. I'll talk to him, so start the paperwork."

"Thanks," Sungmin said, relieved beyond belief. Really, this whole day was just awful. And he blamed Cho Kyuhyun entirely. For every, single, lousy second.

Kangin strolled off, heading towards room twelve and Sungmin slid behind the triage desk to fish around for the release papers. They were here somewhere; he vaguely remembered Dr. Park showing him at the beginning of the day, before everything crashed down around his ears.

"So you're the newbie."

Sungmin's hands paused and he turned to find a man with blond hair observing him with a lazy gaze.


"Kyuhyun was right, you are a wonderful specimen of man."

"Sorry?" Sungmin asked, his vision turning red around the edges as he heard Kyuhyun's name.

"Kim Heechul, neurologist. Or brain surgeon, if you like."

Sungmin was not sure what he would like. Cho Kyuhyun apologizing, maybe. Yes, that would be nice.

"And you're obviously not paying attention to me. That's not very nice."

"Kim Heechul, brain surgeon," Sungmin repeated, "I'm Sungmin, the newbie."

Heechul laughed. "Brilliant," he said, "I like you.”

Sungmin could only stare as Heechul stood and stretched. “Nice meeting you,” he said, and then breezed out of the ER, several of the nurses skirting around him, clutching syringes to their chests as if they were lifelines.

Well, Sungmin thought, before resuming his search for paperwork, finally remembering the file that contained it.

When he got back to room twelve, Kangin seemed ready to bop the uncooperative patient over the head if only to make the man believe that he did have a concussion. “Please allow me to at least give you some pointers, some things you need to be careful of-”

“I really just want to go home. Okay?”

Sungmin hovered just outside the curtain, unsure if his presence would make the situation better or worse.

“Look,” Kangin said, “Either you can leave in five minutes after listening to me without interruption, or you can leave in a few hours after I’ve seen to the patients that want my care. Your choice.”

The angry spluttering was almost deafening and a few nurses crept cautiously forward, ready to pounce with restraints and sedatives if they were needed.

Sungmin filed Kangin’s threat away for later use and waited until the screeching turned to grumbling and then ceased as Kangin lectured the patient about concussions and head injuries and treatment. Note to self, Sungmin thought, bullying is effective and accepted. Good to know.

He was grinning when he moved the curtain and handed the papers to Kangin.

All he needed now was Dr. Cho and his day would be complete.


His last few hours flew by, and he met the other ER doctor who sometimes was the shift leader, Hangeng.

Thankfully no more ambulances came in that day, and no one paged him, but he was still busy with forms and the occasional odd straggler who came through the ER doors. Kangin and Hangeng did most of the work, letting him get a feel for the ER and how they liked it to be run.

He decided that, Cho Kyuhyun aside, this was a wonderful place to just be a doctor. And he decided that he wasn’t going to let one arrogant surgeon get the best of him.

Ten minutes left in his shift and he was twirling his thermometer absently, observing his finished pile of paperwork with immense satisfaction. He was good. Oh yes.

Someone behind him cleared their throat and Sungmin turned. He wasn’t sure what the first thing he noticed was. Perhaps the gentle smile, or the perfect lips, or maybe it was the eyes. Yes, there was definitely something about the eyes.

“So,” the vision in front of him said, “we sort of got off on the wrong foot.”

Sungmin’s brain connected the man in front of him, to the familiar voice, to the eyes and suddenly, he really didn’t know what to feel.

“Oh, it’s you.”

Kyuhyun shifted awkwardly, “Leeteuk assigned me lots of his paperwork that he couldn’t finish because of the, um, incident earlier today, as well as an extra night shift,” he said, “if it makes you feel any better. I’m sorry that I tricked you, it was really childish of me.”

“You sound so sincere,” Sungmin quipped, meaning to sound harsh, but failing utterly.

“For what it’s worth,” Kyuhyun said, “You really were a spectacular assistant and I wouldn’t mind if you helped me again. You’re a good surgeon.”

“That’s what my resume says, anyway,” Sungmin bit out, and Kyuhyun winced.

“I am sorry.”

“It was a really shitty thing to do.”

“I know.”

They stared at one another for a few seconds before Sungmin let out a sigh, and turned back to admiring his pile of finished work. “I forgive you,” he said, “if only because I have to see you tomorrow.”

There was a light touch to his shoulder that sent sparks all the way down to his toes, and he froze. “Thanks,” Kyuhyun said.

And that was how Sungmin found himself tumbling back down into despair.

Why oh why did I think that transferring here was a good idea?


Sungmin's second day was considerably better than his first and he attributed it entirely to the fact that Kyuhyun was no where to be seen. Surgery was the assumed explanation for his scarcity and Sungmin was grateful. He was not sure that he'd be able to look at Kyuhyun without his eyes glazing over, though from what he did not know.

He wasn't about to deny that he had been momentarily struck dumb by the Surgeon Extraordinaire, but Sungmin was still rather annoyed, and so any sort of oh my God, that man is made of sin thinking was shoved under a mental carpet and forgotten.

Or at least, Sungmin tried to forget. He ran into Heechul three times before lunch and the man's sleazy grin and suggestive eyebrow wiggling did nothing to help his self-induced amnesia.

Sungmin didn’t know why Heechul stuck around the ER so much when he had his own department to run, but it seemed to be something of a trend. The ER being the busiest place in the hospital, a lot of the departmental doctors would meander down to say hello at least once a day, and Leeteuk frequented the ER more often than all of the other doctors put together, welcoming the change to help out since they were understaffed as it was, and always chasing after any excuse to get away from pen and paper.  Sungmin also had a suspicion that it was an excuse to be near Dr. Kim - Kangin, Sungmin corrected himself awkwardly - because it was only ever Kangin that Leeteuk hovered around.

After Sungmin almost fainted from fatigue at the end of the day, he didn’t much mind. Any help was welcome.

The third day at the hospital, his good fortune didn't last and he contemplated tossing his lucky elephant plushie out with the trash and getting a new one. Obviously, since Kyuhyun was standing in front of him, the positive vibes had all run out.

"So, I know you probably still hate me, despite your forgiveness, but I meant what I said about you being a good assistant and I want to ask you to help me with a surgery I have tomorrow."

"No," Sungmin said automatically, studiously not staring at Kyuhyun's lips and patting himself on the back.

"It's just," Kyuhyun continued, "Kangin was supposed to help but Hankyung isn't coming in that day so he has to be in the ER-"

"And I don't?"

"Leeteuk already said it was fine," Kyuhyun offered desperately, and Sungmin felt himself crumble despite his reservations.

"I thought you were some sort of genius surgeon capable of anything. Why do you need my help?"

"While I'm pleased that you already know my reputation," Kyuhyun smiled, "genius does not imply that I work alone."

"So if I help do I get to add genius onto my name? Lee Sungmin, Ph.D., G.S., or something?"

Kyuhyun burst out laughing, clutching the back of a chair for support and snorting. Sungmin thought it was cute.

That scared him a little and he mentally doused himself in cold water.

"Please?" Kyuhyun asked again, once he had calmed, "I'd really appreciate it and I promise to make it up to you."

Sungmin pretended to deliberate for a bit, mechanically flipping though his list of patients before sighing dramatically. “For a favor.”

Kyuhyun folded his hands and raised an eyebrow.

“For a big, possibly very expensive favor.”

Sungmin didn’t know what he would ask for, but he was sure he could think of something. He waited expectantly.

“Fine,” Kyuhyun finally said, “that’s fine. Just...fine.”

“Fine,” Sungmin echoed.

“Be here at eight,” Kyuhyun said, suddenly looking terribly awkward and - Sungmin peered closer - was he blushing? The doctor grinned. He was. Cho Kyuhyun was blushing.

“Kyuhyun,” Sungmin teased, reaching inside his coat pocket for his pink thermometer, “You’re flushed, go take your temperature.”

Kyuhyun’s eyebrows rose as his gaze flicked from the thermometer to Sungmin’s devious grin and then he rolled his eyes.

Sungmin chuckled to himself as he pocketed his thermometer and watched the surgeon storm away. Revenge was oh so sweet.


Eight o’clock came far too early and Sungmin found himself begging his lucky elephant for a little energy in exchange for not being tossed out with the breakfast remnants.

Kyuhyun was predictably early when Sungmin arrived and already speaking with the patient (a young girl who had a bad kidney that needed to be taken out,) allaying her fears and soothing her as only he could. A nurse explained that the girl had been shaking, she had been so afraid, and Kyuhyun had apparently spent the better part of the hour talking to her, explaining the procedure, and calming her nerves. He even sung to her a little bit which was something of a punch to Sungmin’s stomach. Who knew the prankster had a heart? Or such a lovely voice?

Sungmin closed his eyes briefly as he listened, opening them only when Kyuhyun stopped, promising the girl that she would feel so much better when she woke up. He said it with so much conviction in his voice that Sungmin felt a surge of pride and was anxious to get under way and save the girl’s life, even if he would be completely drained by the end of it.

“I didn’t know you sung,” Sungmin said.

“I didn’t realize we had the sort of friendship that required me to tell you what I am capable of,” Kyuhyun replied, “why aren’t you scrubbed in?”

“Why are you bossing me around?”

Kyuhyun opened his mouth, but then caught sight of the girl being wheeled out by the nurses. He smiled at her and she waved weakly. “That’s why,” Kyuhyun said purposefully, when she was out of earshot, and Sungmin didn’t bother with a response.

The surgery was long and Sungmin had an itch on his back that was driving him crazy. He didn’t dare scratch it, imagining the caustic crap that Kyuhyun would give him for as long as they knew each other.

“So,” Kyuhyun said, his ever steady hands continuing their work as he spoke, “what can I get you for helping me today?”

Sungmin blinked, the motion unnoticed as Kyuhyun stared through the eyepiece at whatever piece of flesh he was removing. “Um.”

“Gift certificate? Dinner? I can carry bags pretty well, if that’s what you need.”

What. Sungmin’s brain said. He was glad he didn’t have a scalpel in his hands; he was sure he would have cut something that was supposed to remain unharmed.

“I guess dinner isn’t quite equal to this.”

Lunch and dinner both, was Sungmin’s first thought, but it was immediately replaced by who the hell asks someone out for a meal over an operating table? While they remove someone’s kidney, no less.

“I’ll think about it,” he finally mumbled, and he peeked up at Kyuhyun, forgetting that he couldn’t really see any of the surgeon’s facial expressions whatsoever.

“Great,” Kyuhyun said, and that was the end of their pleasantries. Any further discussion was on the girl and her kidney and “start the stitch higher you imbecile. Oh my god, why did I ask for your help?”


Leeteuk took one look at them after the operation (which had gone on longer than expected, but very well,) and told them to both go home early.

Kyuhyun surprised Sungmin by saying that he would leave once the girl woke. And because Sungmin didn’t want to be upstaged, he stayed as well. Leeteuk’s glares kept him from the ER, so he waited in a staff room, half asleep, hoping that his energy would return.

He thought belatedly of the thermometer in his pocket, but it felt like too much of a bother to reach, so he stayed put, trying not to mind the warmth of the room. As a doctor, his brain told him that it wasn’t a good thing and he should probably be laying down, but it couldn’t bring it upon himself to do anything about it.

“No one said you had to stay.”

Sungmin made an indistinguishable sound in the back of his throat.

“You are so strange.”

He lifted his head and tried his best to glare at Kyuhyun. The other surgeon was holding out a cup of coffee and Sungmin eyed it, immediately suspicious of poison. Kyuhyun pushed it at him.

“This doesn’t count as your favor,” Sungmin said, and tentatively sniffed it before taking a sip. He didn’t particularly like coffee, but the caffeine would be a welcome thing, though it did nothing to cool him down.

“Aside from your stitching,” Kyuhyun began conversationally, “you were wonderful.”

“Aside from your bitching,” Sungmin imitated scathingly, “you are wonderful.”

“If I had known that you’d continuously hold this over my head, I never would have done it. I like your brain and I like your skills. What do I need to do for us to be friends?”

He wanted an honest conversation, Sungmin realized. He wasn’t really up for one. “I don’t know. I’ll think about it.”

Kyuhyun did not look happy. “Are you feeling alright? Your eyes aren’t focusing on me.”

“Tired.” Sungmin muttered.

He heard the shuffling of feet and then a soft thump as Kyuhyun sat down beside him. A gentle hand was placed on his forehead, “Sungmin, you’re burning up.”

“Just tired,” Sungmin insisted.

“Oh my god. Since when did doctors start lying to themselves?”

Sungmin tried to wiggle away from Kyuhyun’s hand as it plunged into his coat pockets before emerging victoriously with the thermometer. Sungmin fought a short yet brave battle which ended when Kyuhyun threatened to fetch Leeteuk. Sungmin willingly opened his mouth after that.

“I think your thermometer is crap,” Kyuhyun observed, when the results were in, “because it says you’re fine but you certainly don’t feel it. Just go home. Call a taxi. You know what, I’ll drive you.”

“Mmm,” Sungmin muttered, enjoying the feel of Kyuhyun’s cool hands on his face.

“If your germs got into that girl I’m going to kill you.”

“Just fatigue,” Sungmin said, “Not sick.”

He knew that Kyuhyun was probably eyeing him with extreme distrust. But really, he knew himself and he knew that it was fatigue. It was always fatigue. Kyuhyun apparently relented because he began to sift his fingers through Sungmin’s hair. “Busy first couple of days, huh?” he asked, and he sounded very gentle. Far too gentle to be Kyuhyun.

“Are you sick?” Sungmin asked dryly.

Kyuhyun chuckled into Sungmin’s ear and the noise sent tingles down Sungmin’s spine. “No. Now drink the coffee. You need to be able to walk out of here; if anyone else sees you like that, you won’t be leaving anytime soon.”

Sungmin cringed at the thought of trying to get past Leeteuk in his current state, and he dragged the cup to his mouth, drinking methodically. They sat until Sungmin felt well enough to stand without help, and they left the room, heading towards a back exit, hoping that they didn’t run into anyone.

They didn’t, but as Kyuhyun was helping Sungmin into his car, Kangin came jogging out. “The girl woke up,” he informed them.

Crap, Sungmin thought.

“I’ll be right back,” Kyuhyun promised, “Sungmin’s exhausted so I’m taking him home.”

Kangin narrowed his eyes and tried to see around Kyuhyun’s body to where Sungmin was gripping the edge of his seat.

“Leeteuk told him to leave,” Kyuhyun further explained, and those were apparently the magic words because Kangin immediately stopped his movements. “Have someone look at her for me, will you? I’ll be back in ten minutes,” Kyuhyun requested, and Kangin waved his hand in acknowledgement as he ran back towards the ER.

“I live twenty minutes from here,” Sungmin said. Last time he checked, twenty and twenty did not add up to ten.

“I live very close,” Kyuhyun said, “You can take a nap at my house and when I’m done here I’ll drive you to your apartment or wherever you’re living.”

Sungmin eyed Kyuhyun suspiciously. “Are you trying to collect on your favor? This is not going to be it.”

“I know.”

Sungmin was extraordinarily wary as Kyuhyun started his car and drove an agonizing five minutes towards the city limits. By the end, Sungmin was overcome with his fatigue and he felt like his eyeballs were sweating. He vaguely registered Kyuhyun trying to get him to move. “No.”

“You are not staying in my car.”

“Too tired,” Sungmin mumbled against something soft.

“You’re drooling on my shoulder. Sungmin, if you don’t get out right now I’m driving you back to the hospital. This isn’t normal.”

Thoughts of Leeteuk and Kangin fussing over him flashing through Sungmin’s mind. He had lied a lot to get this job...this was not the time to reveal the truth. Not yet. Not three days into working.

“‘Kay,” he said and gathered his energy to stand up straight and walk into Kyuhyun’s house.

He didn’t bother trying to register his surroundings, just followed Kyuhyun methodically to a bed where he collapsed, welcoming the soft sheets and pillows. He felt Kyuhyun pull off his shoes and socks, his coat, and Sungmin couldn’t fathom this suddenly caring personality.

“Who is this nice man?” He asked a pillow.

Kyuhyun laughed, “I’m just worried.”

“Don’t,” Sungmin hugged the pillow to his body.

“When I get back, you’re going to explain everything to me, or I’m telling Leeteuk.”

“Blackmail,” Sungmin moaned.

“Hell, yes,” his hair was stroked back from his forehead, “Sleep good.”

Sungmin smiled as he tumbled into unconsciousness.


I...have no idea where this is going. Having said that, I had no idea where law!verse was going either, so...WE SHALL SEE.  And yes, I know I should be writing the last part of Castle in the Sky. But. I am stuck. And this has been sitting in my Journler docs since the beginning of February, so I decided to post it. No, I have not written then next part, and no, I don't have anything planned except the reveal of Sungmin's illness...which I know relatively well since I have it lol. I play it safe people. 

Also, this was supposed to be Qmi. Didn't work out so well. But...you never know. /plots

[identity profile] icerose1224.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 04:28 am (UTC)(link)
I.Love.This. This is so funny and cute and adorable and just plain awesome. Kyu is just win. <3 Please add more soon! This made my day!

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:00 pm (UTC)(link)
Thank you!! :) I will try to continue it soon but...I don't know what I'm doing with this lol.

[identity profile] kiitha.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 04:33 am (UTC)(link)
I love the fic~~ reminds me of Dr. House, I don't know why LOL
this is very interesting, I want more *-*

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:05 pm (UTC)(link)
I...don't really watch House at all. I've seen bits and pieces, of course but not much. I've got a few ideas up my sleeve so, I'm sure I'll end up writing them at some point. :)

[identity profile] saerashi.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 05:44 am (UTC)(link)
i am in love with this! hehehe... anyways, sungmin and kyuhyun's starting is awesome! hahaha... i love the i hate you but like you thing thats going on... kekeke... looking forward to your update!

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:05 pm (UTC)(link)
Kyumin is so fun :) I'll try to be fast...so much writing to do!!

[identity profile] princess-jaded.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 05:58 am (UTC)(link)
I like this so much. It's brilliant! Looking forward to Sungmin's big secret!

Btw, Heechul is awesome!
Edited 2010-04-01 05:58 (UTC)

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:06 pm (UTC)(link)
Thank you^^

Heechul is always fantastic. It is a fact.

[identity profile] sungminnie012.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 06:00 am (UTC)(link)

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:06 pm (UTC)(link)
I'm so glad that you do!! :) I will try to update soon.

[identity profile] chococoffeelove.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 07:21 am (UTC)(link)
so normally i'm not really a big suju fanfic person since i'm not as into them as dbsk -hides from angry rocks- but hey, it's you writing so why not check it out?? and what the frig, qmin is so friggin cute XDDDD
after a little head scratching, i remembered sungmin is the girly looking one who can basically do everything right? sing, dance, play piano, take care of little kids, blahblahblah :) so what's sungminnie's condition??? -pokepoke- i suck at medical things so i wanna knooooooow what he lied about~~~ ahahaha kangteuk always makes me giggle. update quick quick quick!!
-stuffs you with coffee and soft gooey chocolate chip cookies-

uhhhh i don't know when you changed layouts but since this is the first time i've seen it, hey it looks great! fyi XD

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:13 pm (UTC)(link)
I'm so glad that you decided to read it. Makes me ~happy~ <3 All shall be revealed :) :) Eventually. When I figure everything out lol.

And YES. The layout is new. I stared at it forever, I was so pleased lol. I made a header that I wanted to add but it wouldn't work. I'm going to attempt to work with the css a bit more to see what I did wrong. At some point. :D

[identity profile] xopinkkyuminox.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 07:32 am (UTC)(link)
Kyu's not really good with words..

I'm so suspicious as to what Min's illness would be..

Update more!
This was one of the best fanfics I've read so far. :)

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:14 pm (UTC)(link)
Aw~ You're sweet, thank you!!!! I'll try to update soon^^

[identity profile] yunsias.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 07:51 am (UTC)(link)

Seriously this is really lovely and funny and EVERYTHING LOVE. I've always wanted to see a doctor!AU from you after KangTeuk's appearance in law!verse. *SQUEALS*

Can't wait for you to update~

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:16 pm (UTC)(link)
YES I DO!!!!!! I don't know why, I have sooooo many other things that NEED to be written. Desperately.

Kanteuk in law!verse is what spawned this. As you can see, Kangin is still an ER doctor lol. He's just stuck in my head that way. Forever.


[identity profile] jacquejacque.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 07:53 am (UTC)(link)
I totally adore this. as in totally. <33
i'm too glad you decided that it's kyumin instead of qmi. XDD
love this. <33 ♥♥

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:17 pm (UTC)(link)
Thank you <3 So glad that you like it!!!

[identity profile] kyumin-s-oxygen.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 07:56 am (UTC)(link)
Cute cute cute... <33333333333
This whole fic just made me giggle alot XD XD XD
I love Kyu here, so caring but always pretends to be cold XD
I'm so curious about Min's secret!
Thanks for writing this! Waiting for your update ^________^

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:18 pm (UTC)(link)
Thank you! Giggles are good, I'm glad it made you laugh!

Hopefully update is soon!!

[identity profile] callinginsane.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 08:02 am (UTC)(link)

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:19 pm (UTC)(link)
Stalk away! <3 <3 <3

[identity profile] fanmin.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 08:03 am (UTC)(link)
awww this is so good!
I love the plots and everything~~ awesome story
I wonder what's Min's disease DX
I'm happy you write it Kyumin not qmi ^^; hehe, biased
Update soon! <333

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:20 pm (UTC)(link)
Thank you :) Bias is good! It's been awhile since I wrote Kyumin lol. <3

[identity profile] minayuurei.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 08:59 am (UTC)(link)
Wah, I love this fic! It's well written and very interesting. I am excited what would happen next! ^^

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:21 pm (UTC)(link)
Thank you :) :) I'm interested in what happens next to lol /goes to think. <3
ext_569454: (kyumin selca)

[identity profile] aimaw.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 10:01 am (UTC)(link)
It's funny, cute and hilarious roll into one.

If I'm a patient I would not want a Kim Heechul to open my head and slice through my brain. It would be dangerous if he was having his mood swings while doing that. But I want a doctor Hangeng to treat me if I'm sick...
I like the part where Kyuhyun ask Sungmin out... It's like he doesn't know how to start a conversation other than through an operation.
And Sungmin internal monologue is funny. Sarcastic Sungmin is a win. I want to know what dirty little secrets that Sungmin hide.

Can't wait for the continuation.
Really enjoyed reading this.

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:22 pm (UTC)(link)
Thank you^^ Hangeng as a doctor is...adjfal;dsk. Such a nice image.

Sungmin is not as sweet as everyone thinks. Love him for it <3

[identity profile] yum-gums.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 12:11 pm (UTC)(link)
you must finish this.
i'm curious as to what illness sungmin has.
the symptoms presented werent enough for me to determine what it was.
looking forward to more of your fics.

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:23 pm (UTC)(link)
I will def. finish. And add, most likely, knowing my inability to stop writing. <3

[identity profile] onetruemei.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 01:43 pm (UTC)(link)
echoing the statements of the other commenters, glad this is kyumin and not qmi~ XDDDDDD

this is a really good au fic! good thing it is not qmi or else i hadn't read it and homg i am really curious as to what sungmin's illness is~~~ i will wait until you post the other part~~ 8P

and also, i like kyuhyun's character here!! 8DDDDDDD so cold yet so warm~~ :3 teehee... and kangteuk ftw!!

PS. Heechul is awesome~ yes he is! XDDDD

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:25 pm (UTC)(link)
Kyuhyun comes off as cold at first glance. Then you look closer and you're like ~aw. He's so adorable and soft. :)

Heechul is spectacular. Undeniable fact.

[identity profile] vivalapaparazzi.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 03:03 pm (UTC)(link)
/scans through AN
This was supposed to be Qmi? :o
Well~ I'm glad that you decided to make it Kyumin.
/is shot


[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:30 pm (UTC)(link)
I love Qmi but Kyumin is just too much fun to not write :) Hopefully I will think of the next part before everyone forgets the story lol.

[identity profile] torriee.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 04:02 pm (UTC)(link)
OMG!!! this is super duper fantastic elastic!!! lol
love it so much!!
please continue soon!!!!!! D: XDD

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-01 11:31 pm (UTC)(link)
SHINee lyrics ftw! :) :)

I'll try to continue asap.<3

[identity profile] bluethursdays.livejournal.com 2010-04-02 02:48 am (UTC)(link)
I absolutely love this! I love the interactions between Kyu and Sungmin XDD they're adorable. Especially awkward!Kyu. <33333 Hope to read more soon :)

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-04-02 03:47 am (UTC)(link)
Thank you :) Awkward!Kyu is always adorable! <3

[identity profile] noiseless-night.livejournal.com 2010-07-22 11:14 pm (UTC)(link)
Uh? Sorry this post.
I added your fanfic to my memories, but I just don't know.. I remember you finished this fanfic and I'm almost sure I read the 2nd chapter too.

But I can't find it. :(
So, If there is any chance and I'm not wrong with the idea that actually you did finished it, Would you post me the link of the 2nd chapter? Pleeease (*puppy eyes*)

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-07-23 04:20 am (UTC)(link)
I actually haven't finished this one yet. Sorry :( This was sort of my way of dealing with my own sickness and working i tout in my head and I've actually only just started to get a correct diagnosis. I'll finish it soon :)

Hopefully lol.

[identity profile] fifteen-half.livejournal.com 2010-08-18 04:01 pm (UTC)(link)
Is this... going to be continued?

hopes and prays and wishes it will!

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-08-22 01:28 am (UTC)(link)
it will be!!!!! eventually...

[identity profile] babysuju.livejournal.com 2010-09-06 01:13 pm (UTC)(link)
I really hope to read d continuation, keep tis in my memories & when I check back, I fast go to yr journal & community..but I guess u still on the midst of writing it..do buzz me when u've update tis...pleasyyyyeee...

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-09-17 11:10 pm (UTC)(link)
I plan on continuing :) :)

eventually lol

[identity profile] crimson-note.livejournal.com 2010-10-10 05:51 pm (UTC)(link)
this is pure love!!!!
i totally love your writing so i hope you don't mind me adding you as my friend <3
Please add the next part soon!!!!! i'm totally waiting for it!!!!!

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2010-10-11 12:11 am (UTC)(link)
I don't mind, but be aware that all my writing here isn't locked and all my writing since April '10 is at my comm, caleyedoscope. :)

I'm...working on the last bit. I've been working on it forever. :(

OMG! Were you able to finish this?

[identity profile] makemearainbow.livejournal.com 2011-03-27 05:29 am (UTC)(link)
I don't know how I missed this fic last year, but it's AWESOME with a capital AWESOME!

I'm scouting the interwubz for part 2 but I can't seem to find it... :(

Re: OMG! Were you able to finish this?

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2011-04-16 03:29 am (UTC)(link)
That's cuz i haven't written it yet :) Soon tho!

[identity profile] unbroken-glass.livejournal.com 2011-03-27 08:41 am (UTC)(link)

[identity profile] mearii87.livejournal.com 2011-04-16 03:31 am (UTC)(link)
I haven't written it yet! But I will soon!

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