What happens if romance is sparked through your mission? ‘Twins‘ is a sports-themed boys-love series with a twist of mistaken identity, about brothers who don’t want to be with one another but want to beat one another to the top spot.
‘Twins: The Series‘ is a twelve-episode TV series depicting the story of identical twins named Zee and Sprite who shine in their respective fields. One is a talented volleyball player, and the other is a first-rate Jiu-Jitsu competitor. However, an accident forces Sprite to pretend to be his brother. Does he have what it takes to fool everyone without getting caught?
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Zee and Sprite participate in tryouts for their respective sports at the beginning of the series. Zee was selected for the volleyball team. Sprite watches the vlog that Zee’s followers recorded live. They expressed their support for his inclusion in the squad, and throughout the interview, Zee expressed gratitude to them for their persistent support. Observing his identical brother’s discomfort on video, Sprite smiles. When his friend noticed him observing in the changing area, he complimented him on his athletic abilities. In the lobby, Sprite spotted two of his teammates. Because he is a greater athlete than they are, they despise him. They attempted to beat him up, but he beat them back.
The discipline committee called Sprite to conduct disciplinary action. He denied initiating the fight, but according to sources, some witnesses are sure that he punched the other guys first. He attempted to argue against them, but the committee had already made up their minds. His father discussed what had happened to him. He reminds him that he must follow the athlete’s rule. His father abruptly states that he shouldn’t have raised him as the argument gets heated. He said something that irritated Sprite, so she told his father that Zed should have been raised by him. However, as their mother doesn’t want him, the latter is forced to look after him.
Meanwhile, the volleyball team starts their practice for the qualifier test, and their coach draws who will be roommates. Everyone now has a partner, while Zed requested to have his own room. He says that, as an ace of the team, he can request to have his own room. But the rooms are full, so he has to sleep first. When he hears that, he says that he’ll just sleep with their coach instead. Salmon, one of the team staff, apologizes to First on behalf of Zed, but the latter says he doesn’t need an apology on his behalf. All the boys went to their respective rooms and unpacked their teams. After unpacking, they started to practice. While training, some of his teammates talk about Zed; they say he’s arrogant and thinks highly of himself.