White Day: A Labyrinth Named School – A One Sided Love (Ghost Stories) Location Guide

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One of the many collectibles that players can find within White Day: A Labyrinth Named School are the Ghost Stories.

Ghost Stories are note type collectibles that mention past events regarding the school. They also come as part of the Occult Club President trophy achievement.

One of these Ghost Stories is the A One-Sided Love ghost story. In order to find this one we will need to find a cracked floor 

The A One-Sided Love ghost story relates to the The Attendance Ghost


LOCATION: Main Building 2 – 3F
GUIDE: Head to the 3F hallway, just outside of the Music Room and keep scanning the floor. There will be a section of this floor that is damaged and cracked.

The document we need is hidden in the damaged cracked flooring.


Yeon-sun, a junior in high school, was happy to attend school lately because of the new Korean Language teacher.

Tall and handsome, the new teacher also had a great personality. He never yelled or got mad at his students during his lessons and he always stayed calm. Yeon-sun felt her heart race when the teacher complimented her on her writing.

The teacher even noticed when she recently changed her glasses and told her that the new glasses suited her well.

Just thinking about him made Yeon-sun jittery with happiness. Yeon-sun was really an average student. In fact, it should be more accurate to say that she was below average. She wasn’t pretty or cute, nor was she good at academics or sports.

She also gained weight in the last few years and even her mother would nag her about losing some weight. She wasn’t popular among her friends and she was not particularly adored by teachers either.

She was just a quiet student always there in her same spot.

That was how people around her would define her as.

Yeon-sun, too, knew that she was no one special and tried to keep her crush to herself. But as time passed on, she could not hold her growing feelings inside.

She didn’t even expect to date her crush or anything; she only wanted to let him know how she felt about him.

Yeon-sun worked up her courage and wrote an earnest letter.

Next day, right before the Korean Language class started, she secretly placed her love letter inside the attendance sheet. She could not dare to give her letter to him in person. As the time reached closer for the class to begin, her heartbeat went faster and faster.

Finally, the bell rang and the class began.

But the teacher who came through the door was not the Korean Language teacher. It was the Gym teacher, who she disliked the most.

He said that because the Korean Language teacher is running late, he will be supervising the class.

Yeon-sun felt a cold sweat.

Many things raced through her mind. “Would he call out attendance? Would he find my letter? If he did, would he just pretend he didn’t see it?”

But the reality she faced was harsh. The Gym teacher opened up the attendance sheet, found Yeon-sun’s letter, and read it out loud to the whole class. The classroom soon filled with the snickering and jeering of the kids. The Gym teacher then openly mocked her that even the fat, ugly kid yearns love just like everybody else.

The disgusted looks and sneering from the class made her scared. Every single one of them was her enemy. She felt as if she had fallen into hell surrounded by demons.

Right at that moment, the Korean Language teacher entered the classroom. To Yeon-sun he seemed like her savior. He was confused by the strange vibe in the classroom. The Gym teacher, getting such a kick out of this situation, handed Yeon-sun’s latter to him.

Yeon-sun looked at him, and hoped that he would calm this situation down and make things right.

The Korean Language teacher finished reading her letter and turned to see Yeon-sun.

His face was twisted by a mixture of disgust, annoyance and anger.

It was as if he was looking at a repulsive insect.

Her embarrassment and a sense of betrayal was too great; she killed herself that night in the school.
But nobody spoke on why she really killed herself.


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