Sparks fly when the optimistic and righteous athlete, Yunjuan Luo meets the haughty and spoiled star, Aoyue . Once a popular child star, Aoyue's popularity is threatened when his viewers start getting bored of him. In order to save their money-making machine, his talent agency decides to get Aoyue to form a boy-band whose sole purpose is to boost his popularity. Desperate to earn money for his sister's surgery, Yunjuan signs a contract with the same talent agency and ends up as a member of Aoyue's boy-band.
This story was just meh. It wasn't horrible, but it wasn't memorable/good either. There wasn't a moment that pulled me in that made me want to read more. I honestly forced myself to read more because I was confused about how they went from misunderstanding who had feelings for who to be in a loving, strong relationship. I also felt like the story was immature and forced. The author seemed like they had the right idea for a plot but couldn't carry it out properly. The art was not that great, but the only saving grace was how well Xander's character was drawn. The character development was just... so much to put into words. There were so many gaps and growth in the wrong direction the "outing" story went from being such a heavy, hurtful burden to meaning nothing in seconds. I couldn't continue reading, unfortunately. I would recommend if you wanted to waste time reading something senseless but aside from that I don't think so.
Only because I don't give lower rating than 5 but this manga is likely written by a child, sorry to author. There's no sense in it whatsoever. I barely hold on till chapter 17 just to see if it improves. I don't like the art style as well. I just liked one sentence, it's like a quote : The worst thing about missing someone is to be sitting beside them knowing you can't have them". I had high hopes from this Manga. It even has 200 chapters. But sadly..
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