Computer science major Chu Sangwoo is the epitome of an inflexible and strict rule-abiding person. While working on a liberal arts group project with freeloaders who don’t put in any effort, Sangwoo reasonably decides to remove their names from the final presentation. But he didn’t imagine how involved he would become with the person whose study-abroad plans were messed up because of that project. The involved person: the campus star who everyone knows, Department of Design’s Jang Jaeyoung. He has everything from skills, looks, family background, and good relationships except for 1 big problem: Chu Sangwoo. What happens when an engineer and an artist whose personalities are like oil and water have to work together? Jang Jaeyoung is like a semantic error in the perfect world of Chu Sangwoo. Will Sangwoo be able to debug this?
episodes are short doesn't make sense The animations of kissing are amazing [basically the only thing I liked] THE MAIN REASON: juicy moments and nice animations sounds: Ok..... especially kissing moments
I'm not sure how this compares to the novel, but now I'm going to have to read it since the anime left me wanting more! The episodes are quite short, although I'm impressed by the amount of chemistry between the leads that they were able to create in such little time. Although, of course, it was still a pretty limited glimpse into their lives. The animation is simple and a little clunky, the movement especially looks stiff sometimes, and it feels like simplistic chibi forms are used more as a crutch than as a stylistic choice. But it's still pleasant to watch. I'm always starved for more BL, so I take what I can get, this wasn't bad. If you like BL, give it a watch.
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