Choi Hye-Na was a hard-working business woman who came from the well known company 'Choi Costs' which specialised in tax problems and such. She had worked for her father's company since the age of 20, and turning 27 in the upcoming August she decided to have a new change in her work life. She attended Seoul National University to acclaim her medical degree. Her parents had strongly disagreed with their daughter's life choice, and consequently they took her job away from her as soon as she became a qualified doctor. She wasn't too fussed on losing her job at the tax company, as she soon found a job elsewhere rather quickly.
Months went by at her new job and she found herself falling more and more in love with it. She loved the social side of things. Yes it was telling patient's families bad news with the occasional good, it was better than staying in an office all day with a few random 'hello's here and there. It was one day in around August 1994 when an American doctor by the name of "Alexander" had come in, stating he was studying how hospitals around the world had different policies. Thankfully, Hye-Na had perfected her English as she often made trips to America and other English speaking countries when she was younger, and managed to talk to Alexander fluently. As their conversation deepened, Hye-Ne found herself falling for Alexander more and more. Soon, things led to other things and Hye-Ne found Alexander telling her he was Asclepsius and that their child would be a demigod. Strangely enough, Hye-Ne also found herself not regretting the decision to have another child, possibly due to the fact she loved children and that she had two more with her ex-husband Sungmin. Now with a third mouth to feed along with her own, the financial issues would surely be a problem but Hye-Na decided she'd cope until she couldn't any longer, and then go from there.
Dae-Won grew up in his siblings' shadows. His sister, Yura seemed to be the perfect smart girl every Korean parent would like and his brother, Soo-Bin was rather sporty - always winning awards. Despite not showing any signs of talent, Hye-Na still doted on four-year-old Dae-Won, saying he was special just for being himself.
As Dae-Won reached the age of 7, the financial problems had caught up to the family, and in haste, Hye-Na relocated them to America in hopes of a better life. Before he left, Asclepsius had told her of a hospital in San Francisco that would gladly take her and soon, Hye-Na had a job with regular income. She never kept Korean out of her children's life, and paid for a private tutor to teach Yura, Soo-Bin and Dae-Won Korean. By the time he was 10, Dae-Won had effectively become an only child. Yura had moved back to Busan to acclaim a career in English teaching and Soo-Bin had moved to Tokyo to become a soccer coach. Although he missed them, Dae-Won - or now Parker - never missed the presence of his siblings. In fact, it was after they had left that he began to show talent in playing the drums. Part of the reason he played was due to his mother's love for it. Countless nights back in Busan when they were sure to become broke, Hye-Na would dance with her children and the night would go from small sobs to gleeful laughing.
When Parker was 13 he was walking home from a friend's party that his mother had forbid him to go to. He went anyway and wasn't scared of the consequences at the time. As he walked he felt followed but couldn't be sure, so he kept to the lights as oppose to the short cut of a small forest path. Ironically, a small hellhound was indeed following him, waiting for the right moment to pounce. It waited until Parker came across some broken street lights before making its move. Fortunately, there was a satyr who'd followed Parker home from the party and as the hellhound was about to strike, he tackled it into the field that ran across the side of the path. Hearing noise behind him startled the demigod and he raced home. His mother was angry - an understatement. But she slowly warmed up to her son again.
The next four years were uneventful for Parker. It'd seem that the satyr who had helped him on his first monster attack continued to do so, meaning he had little reason to train or go to Camp. However, multiple times after the attacks the satyr did attempt to tell Parker about his heritage, however each time Parker would insist he had nothing to do with that world and refused to speak more on the matter. As he reached the age of 17, Parker showed signs of being a hopeful rapper, rapping a lot in both English and Korean, as well as perfecting his drumming skills. From this, Hye-Na contacted an old friend who worked in a company in Korea called Kim Lee Records. She managed to book Parker an audition and soon they were arriving in Incheon Airport where Parker began the life of an up-coming pop star by spending two years training.
Along with three more hand-picked teenagers, the members of the Generation of Miracles (fans shortened it to G.O.M.) were born, registered under the Kim Lee Records. The news of the new K-Pop band flashed across South Korea like a bolt of lightning, and many expected for heartily tunes that would hit the charts. Their uprising fame was steady and quick, considering the natural talents of the four members. In a few months, they were fully recognized by the Korean people, and international fame was on its way.
However, during their trip to one of their concerts, they were attacked by hellhounds, an amount more than one demigod can expect, considering that there were four of them in one vicinity. Fortunately, a group comprised of four satyrs happened to pass by and sensed their predicament. They were saved, and was told to go to camp. Seung Yoon and Ka-eun rejected the offer, placing their performance over the danger of being killed by monsters. After a lot of quarelling, Dae-Won, being the leader, decided to let Seung Yoon and Ka-eun go the concert's venue to hold it off, while he and Chin-Hae make private arrangements and preparations for their flight to the States. The satyrs insisted on coming with them, but they said that it would attract more attention, so they decided to meet at New York.
Seung Yoon and Ka-eun took a cab to the concert venue, but the driver had other intentions. In actuality, the mystery driver was a mercenary sent by a rival recording studio, who had a really bad blood with the Kim Lee Records. The long feud for fame fueled the rival studio with enough rage to take down the members of the Generation of Miracles as their greatest threat yet. The driver drugged them with hypnotic substances dissolved in water, which seemed like harmless drinks at first sight. The demigods were isolated inside the very plane the four have meant to use.
On the other hand, Dae-Won and Chin-Hae were already done with their preparations and headed to the concert venue to meet up with the others, without even knowing that the plane they have arranged had been used to hold their friends. But when they got there, Seung Yoon and Ka-eun were nowhere to be found. Their worries were intensified when the mercenaries found a way to broadcast their bait to them on the concert stage's large screen. Dae-Won and Chin-Hae unwittingly took the bait by deciding to save their friends. They went for the private plane after that.
Upon arriving, they confronted the captors, but they were incapacitated quickly. The pilot was actually a henchman of the mercenaries, and he operated the plane to take off to fly them to the US for human trafficking. During the plane ride, Seung Yoon managed to cut off his bonds and rescue Ka-Eun before one of the mercenaries caught them. Ka-Eun was accidentally shot dead, while Seung Yoon bled to death after receiving five bullets. When Dae-Won and Chin-Hae found out about this, they awakened to their powers out rage and killed everyone else, but during the rampage they damaged the plane's engines, causing it to plummet to the sea.
When the plane crashed with a burst of fire, the aviation petroleum tanks caused a spill on the water, and Chin-Hae was unlucky to swallow a very large amount of its contents. Dae-Won, on the other hand, was severely burned, and after a few minutes of fighting for his life, he drowned and sank in the dark waters. Chin-Hae floated mindlessly on a piece of the wreckage, slowly dying from poisoning. By the time day broke, he succumbed to its effects.
When the demigods haven't arrived at the time expected, the satyrs decided to find them when a flash of light appeared before them. From there were the four demigods, reborn as spirits/nymphs: Kae-eun a light nymph, Seung Yoon a moon spirit, Dae-Won a healing spirit, and Chin-Hae a dream spirit. After their transformation, they decided to stay at camp for a while to take a time off and think of their next move.