Grace sat in her room. Caelum had left a couple of hours ago. Grace was still trying to get over the events of the day. "A normal teenager would never live the life that I have. But then again, I'm not normal." She left her dorm room door open, not even bothering to close it.
He nodded in understanding. "Sorry about... y'know, that particular loss..." he drifted off, waiting for Grace to catch on to what he was talking about. To be fair he'd never met anyone outside of his father and the workers at the mansion, so he would have no idea what Grace's mother was like, but he assumed she was a good person.
Grace sighed and looked at her legs. "It's alright. It's not your fault. It happened years ago. But it's just hard because I see my birthday as more like her death anniversary." She started to open up a little.
"Yup," he quipped, his tone light and playful. "The servants in the mansion aren't the best people to talk to, and once they deemed I was too old for that type of stuff, they limited physical touch." Seojun engulfed Grace in his arms, placing his chin on her head. "You're so adorable and soft Gracie, like a chibi plushie."
After awhile Seojun released Grace, a cheerful and genuine smile plastered on his face. Considering he was bored and the posters all over Gracie's room of games, he asked, "Hey, want to play some video games?"
He sighed in simple irritation. How hard was it to spell out things for people? If anything, he knew how the internet works so, of course, he knew a fifteen-year-old won the World Championship. Then there was the real hacking process which came down to finding Grace. First moving brick, now Grace. Who else was going to forget his mental capabilities? "I already knew, chill sis," he said, making him self comfortable by free falling into her bed.
"You found that out too? Well, I underestimate you too much." She looked around for Danganronpa V3, finally finding it on a massive shelf. "Here it is! You'll have to forgive me, since I don't have a very good understanding of Japanese."