The life of Hana Mutō was anything but abnormal throughout the younger years of her life. She excelled in her courses at Mahoutokoro, was an after-class tutor for wandless magic and became a wandmaker's assistant under her very strict father, Jiro. That was her life until she was fifteen years old. Hana fell in love in her fifth year with a boy from South Korea named Gyeong Jun-ha and he ultimately treated her like a queen. They young couple spent a lot of time together and often times, she wouldn't come home and work for Jiro during the breaks and holidays. Instead, Hana was sneaking off to South Korea with Jun-ha to meet his family and spend time with him instead as her father could often been harsh and cruel.
When she was sixteen years old, Hana felt overwhelming guilt for not telling her father the truth and confessed to Jiro that she was in a relationship and was spending her time with him rather than working. While she didn't disclose any names, Hana was relieved that Jiro was too furious to pry. In retaliation, he found himself slowly introducing her to what his little wand-making shop really was in attempt to intimidate her out of the relationship. Hana discovered that her father Jiro was not just a lonely old wandmaker who had lost his wife to cancer; he was a high ranking member of the Yakuza clan and dabbled in very illegal things which helped support their upper-class lifestyle. Shocked and frightened, Hana spilled her family's profession to Jun-ha and they chose to keep their relationship quiet until she was old enough to leave. What she didn't realize is that while in Japan, Jun-ha had begun a relationship with a woman who was another Yakuza member.
So for nearly an entire year and a half, Hana pretended to be interested in her father's line of work and even witnessed some of the things he did. Deep down, she grew disgusted with him and couldn't bring herself to see Jiro as anything but a monster. All she wanted was for her life to go back to normal and for it to be okay that she was with Jun-ha. Things got even more complicated in her seventh and final year when Hana discovered that she was pregnant and was left to conceal it from her father and the school until she graduated. Jun-ha took Hana and fled to South Korea, leaving Jiro to wonder where his daughter had vanished to. With no information, his efforts in locating his daughter were futile and he was forced to wait for her to return by herself.
Hana gave birth to a small boy who she named Gyeong Seung-min and he was the perfect mix between Hana, Jun-ha and even Jiro but his Korean genetics ultimately were the most prominent feature. She was thrilled for the first time in her life and with some convincing from Jun-ha's very compassionate but traditional family, she married him by the time she was eighteen. Eventually, Hana couldn't live with not allowing her son to know his grandfather and made the mistake of reaching out to Jiro. While shocked and admittedly angry, Jiro wanted nothing more than to meet his grandson and he had always wanted a little boy. With slight suspicion of ulterior motives, Hana visited Jiro in Japan with Seungmin and told her father that she had given him a Japanese name; Takashi Mutō. Absolutely thrilled with his grandson, Jiro seemed to behave for the next five years of Seungmin's life while Jun-ha secretly started seeing the Yakuza woman again behind Hana's back.
During those five years, Jiro had been plotting and making room for Seungmin to one day take his spot in the Yakuza to replace him when he was too old to continue on. When Jun-ha arrived at Jiro's house, Hana and Seungmin were not waiting for him like he has expected. Instead, a parade of Yakuza were ready to greet the man with violence and shot him in cold-blood but he didn't pass before revealing he was going to have a child to another woman, a muggle member within the chain of command. After recieving news of her husband's murder, Hana fled with her son to Norway when she realized it was the Yakuza and her grandfather's bidding and Jiro was left to deal with the loss of his missing daughter and grandchild and the new problem that arose with Jun-ha's unborn child.
Jiro chose to spare the mother of his fury and actually started to act more like a protective grandfather awaiting the birth of a new grandchild. It wasn't until the child's mother died while bringing her into the world that Jiro finally stepped into the role of father for the baby girl. Naming her after her mother, Jiro gifted her the name Yuki and tagged on his own surname Mutō. For the first four years of Yuki's life she was absolutely pampered beyond belief, spoiled rotten to the core by an adoring papa. Right around her fifth birthday, Hana showed up alone to see her father and was greeted by her ex-husband's child. Once her identity became abundantly clear thanks to Jiro's pride, Hana chose to kidnap Yuki from beneath his nose and fled back to Norway where he couldn't seem to find her.
In the year preceeding the loss of Yuki, Jiro eventually got caught up in a turf wore and was killed. The news came as both a shock and sadness to his daughter but it didn't stop her from raising Yuki as her very own. In fsct, she changed the girl's name to Venus Gyeong - after her father. At first it was hard to bond with the child created from Jun-ha's affair but eventually Hana adored her too much to hold it against her. When Ezra transferred to Hogwarts, Hana moved Venus to Britain to start a new life there.
Seven was the age in which she first showed her signs of magic by growing a flower in the garden in seconds for her newfound friend, Athena Taejo. By age eight she had found her passion in life which was tarot cards, crystals and other occult-like objects she managed to get her hands on. Extremely driven by astrology and zodiac signs, Venus became a full on spiritual practitioner by the age of nine. When her big brother Ezra graduated from Hogwarts, he managed to get home in time for her tenth birthday and brought a beautiful new deck of Tarot cards. Absolutely in love with her gift, Venus has never left the house without them. About to enter her first year at Hogwarts with her best friend Athena and even newer friend Gideon, who could know what the fates have in store for the child named after the Roman goddess of love?