Aslan is one cocky son of a bitch. He's hot, talented, and knows it. There's no challenge Aslan won't take on. As much as everyone hates to admit it because it goes straight to the prick's head, he truly is good at everything he tries. Key word there: tries. Aslan won't put effort into something unless he wants to.
Confidence is Aslan's middle name (actually, it's Aslan but just go with it). The kid does everything with confidence. Performing, making friends, you name it. That's how he can bull shit so easily. He's not the smartest, but you bet your ass he can make you think he is. His confidence also makes him determined. Once he sets his mind to something, he doesn't stop.
Something that adds to his attraction as an idol is his bad boy image. The sneak you out late and make out with you on private property kind of bad boy image. Not too extreme or anything, but he's your classic rule-breaker. Rules don't apply to him. He always finds a way around him. His charm helps with that.
To top off his bad boy persona, he rides a motorcycle and wears leather jackets. Carson taught him before he passed away. Now he rides to feel closer to his dad. He doesn't race or anything. He just likes to cruise. But that doesn't mean he won't beat your ass if you try to race him.
While he seems easy-going and care free, Aslan takes things personally. His feelings get hurt more often than not. Aslan tends to harbor those feelings though. He still hasn't forgiven his birth parents for giving him away and keeping his twin instead. To be fair though - he wouldn't change growing up with his fathers for the world.
Park Yeonhee and Kim Namjin were childhood loves - it was almost as if their fate was predestined. As children they flirted, as teens they dated, as young adults they wed. They had a precious baby boy named Junheo who was their pride and joy. What the world didn't know though was that Jun was born a twin. Yeonhee and Namjin knew they couldn't afford or handle both kids so they planned to put one up for adoption before they were even born. That's how Aslan found his real family.
Carson and Piere Beaulieu had been trying to adopt for a few years when the small baby twin from Korea came into their small home in France. He was given the name Beckett Aslan Beaulieu. Carson and Piere provided Aslan with more love than his biological parents ever could. He grew up happy in a loving home, which was more than his long lost twin got.
When Aslan turned eight, he showed his first sign of magic and scared the hell out of his fathers. The three were playing hide and seek and Aslan decided to hide in the crawl space that Carson and Piere believed to be permanently shut. The two fathers couldn't find their son anywhere and began to worry. Meanwhile, Aslan realized he'd gotten stuck and couldn't get out of the crawl space. It was so tight in there and he felt as though he couldn't breathe. He began to panic, tears freely falling. A few screams later, every light in the house burst. Carson and Piere eventually found the crying boy and tried to comfort him the best they could in the darkness of their home. Needless to say, this time they made sure the crawl space was bolted shut.
Aslan went off to Beauxbatons when he was of age and began learning the art of magic. He was pretty popular there and made plenty of friends. Studies weren't of so much importance to him as his social life was. When he was thirteen, Aslan got picked up by a music company where he began training as an idol. He made his debut at fifteen, which was the same year Carson passed away. Both Piere and Aslan were devastated and neither took his passing well. Piere became cold and closed off, always drinking his pain away. He never hurt Aslan or anything like that, but he barely talked to his son anymore. Aslan on the other hand started going out more, partying more, drinking more, sleeping around more. Not the ideal life style for an idol. He needed to get his act together. Aslan dropped out of school at seventeen to be full-time. Now, he's solely pursuing his music career and making it big as an idol.