As Jongup's grades went high so did his confidence to do other things so he got himself involved with the drama club and the dance club. He had acted and danced before but he was so nervous that he would mess up the act or the dance steps but now, that he had confidence, he was able to bring out his true potential.
Jongup took the test the next day. He was nervous but not as much as he usually feels. When he started to feel nervous, he would remember the reason why he wasn't able to study much. When memories of what happened between him and Daehyun invade his mind, he would blush by himself and could feel the adrenaline running in his veins. His nervousness would die down and he was able to answer the test well. He was surprised that he was able to remember the things he learned and felt confident with most of his answers.
Krystal, being a member in the school's cheerleading club and ballet club, has a lot of exercise during the school year. She had the tendency to gain weight during the summer as she doesn't have club activities to do, so she decided to get some exercise this summer.
After spending more time with Jongup, Daehyun found out that Jongup studied too much to the point of having a mental breakdown when the test paper lands on the desk so Daehyun decided to be Jongup's distraction. He made sure to tell Jongup to take a break from studying, to get something to eat or to drink, to sleep early.
Jongup was so absorbed in writing down notes from different books that he wasn't aware that Daehyun had been standing behind him for quite sometime now. Daehyun watched how Jongup's notes were very organized, detailed and straight to the point. It was very easy to understand.
Chanyeol was standing in line awkwardly among hundreds of yaoi fangirls. Well, he could see some guys, but they were obviously gay and into yaoi. He could see girls looking at him, sighing dejectedly and hearing them say, "Why do good looking guys have to be gay?"
Useless. That's how people described Daehyun and Jongup. Daehyun was smart, but he refused to participate in class like a good student. He doesn't answer to teacher's question. He doesn't help other students who wanted him to tutor them. He doesn't like leadership and responsibilities.