Summary: It's just a dream, Jun knows that. But he loves the idea of them dancing with each other.
Notes: Requested by sesquerdo.
“Why is it again-“ Ohno turns around to eye Jun sceptically. He pulls his knees up, leaning back against the sofa. “That we are joining a ballroom class?”
“We are going to take private lessons anyway,” Jun says, which is not an answer, at all.
“Why?” Ohno insists to know.
“My sister is getting married,” Jun explains, like he did the other times when Ohno asked him about this idea of doing dance lessons together.
“I don’t get it,” Ohno frowns deeply. “I mean, we are dancing enough already, for every concert. Your last choreography for your solo was crazy.”
“But this is different,” Jun presses. “It’s ballroom. This means we are dancing together.”
“Together?” Ohno blinks in confusion, then it suddenly dawns on him. It is different indeed. He takes Jun’s hand in his, rubbing it soothingly and smiling softly. “Jun, we can’t dance together in public. Not even at your sister’s wedding.”
Jun’s lips quiver, but he wraps his fingers around Ohno’s hand tightly. “Maybe not, but I can imagine us doing so. Taking lessons together will be fun. We can dance together then, and when we are alone at home we can dance whenever we want to.”
“You mean, just switching on the music and dance?” Ohno smiles and slips a bit closer to Jun, wrapping his arms around his waist. “Right here.”
“Mhm.” Jun smiles before he presses his lips against Ohno’s temples. “We can even dance together on Christmas, when we are at my parents’ place. They don’t mind at all. And my mother has that secret Jive soul anyway. She will probably force my father to join us. Don’t you think it might be fun?”
To be honest, the thought is alluring. And before Ohno can even stop himself, he gets swept along by Jun’s enthusiasm - though he’d rather go fishing than go to extra dance lessons. But dancing with Jun, this is… yes. “Let’s do it,” he says firmly.
A beautiful smile graces Jun’s lips. This alone is worth it.