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Yoon Bum is a scrawny, awkward man who suffers from mental illness and has an unhealthy romantic fixation with popular college student Oh Sangwoo. He's taken to stalking the object of his obsession, even going so far as to break into Sangwoo's home; but the horrors he discovers in the young man's basement are beyond his darkest nightmares. His would-be prince charming is actually a serial killer, and when Bum is caught trespassing, he soon learns that breaking into a psychopath's house is a lot easier than getting out...
Everyone in the Yuri!!! on Ice fandom mysteriously migrated to this gay psychological horror even though the two have almost no similarities, but hey, most people into Yuri!!! on Ice are into Killing Stalking for some reason, so here you go.
i don't know why or how every fan of this wholesome relationship suddenly moved over to this toxic one, but it's pretty addicting and i can't stop reading it?
killing Stalking is not exactly like Yuri!!! on Ice but I feel like these two are quite similar. however, Killing Stalking is more of the violent, assaulting type unlike Yuri!!! on Ice is more of a happy story.
One day, Kunisada Haruichi who is specializing in Japanese dance in his high-school dance department, meets Yuri Arbatov, a famous and young ballet dancer who comes for a short-term study abroad. However when he gets a hold of Haruichi's weakness, Haruichi is forced to crossdress on stage...
Both series feature a Russian getting inspired by seeing a Japanese guy dance/skate, and then the Russian insisting they team up. Oh, and there's also people called Yuri in both XD
Both focus on a relationship where an assertive Russian professional comes to Japan and ends up coaching a reluctant Japanese guy of roughly the same age. One is about ballet and the other is about figure skating, but both professions have a similar feel to them, and through the course of the coaching period, the Japanese info usual ends up getting in touch with his feminine style. Neither is billed as BL, but the readers are led to believe that the main characters might have romantic feelings for One another.....very heavily implied in Yuri on Ice, while much more up for interpretation in Coda.
On Christmas night, on his way home from work, Yamada (age 26) picked up the drunk and crying high schooler Chihiro - a boy worried about his attraction to those of the same sex… A straight working man, and a gay high school student. In this long-awaited work from artist Ori Mito, a spontaneous meeting between two people blooms into a romance that transcends gender.
Tazusa Sakurano is a 16-year-old girl whose beauty is worth $10 billion -- or at least, that's how she describes herself. She is a skilled figure skater who represents Japan, and is working hard to earn a spot in the Olympics; but unfortunately, at the same time that she fumbled on her triple lux, a ghost possessed her body! His name is Pete Pumps, and he now sees all that Tazusa sees, and feels all that she feels -- especially hard falls. The two have no idea why Tazusa's body was chosen, and how to undo it. If things weren’t complicated enough, the media also hounds Tazusa for being a poor representative for Japanese women in the figure skating arena, and worst of all she has absolutely no privacy! Realizing that there's no way fight against the situation, Tazusa and Pete work together to give their best performance in figure skating.
When Maya Kurinoki takes her little brother to the local ice-skating rink for the first time, she's got her hands full just trying to get him to let go of the bar. To inspire a bit of bravery in him, she attempts a double axel--and lands it! Maya never imagined that this jump would change her life...or that a coach named Eishi Todo would vow to make her a figure skating "princess"! Now all Maya has to do is convince famous skater Shun Kano to become her partner. Too bad Shun doesn't want to have anything to do with her!
A boy named Yuuto Seo moves from Hokkaido, where he's lived all his life, to Tokyo. He first fears he must give up speed skating, his hobby, but he soon finds places to skate and people to skate with.
At the 2014 Winter Olympics, Kitahara Yuki is watched over by two men as she begins her routine. But this story really begins when they were 10 years old, when they first met. It is a story of the trials and joys of figure skating and the "moment" when you fly.
Albert and Nicol are siblings and both experienced ice skaters, although Nicol, the younger of the two, gets more attention, much to Albert's jealousy. Their parents die and Nicol is blinded in an accident, but never looses his will to skate.