Innocent and naive art student Wooseung has never dated anyone before. But he’s head over heels for his first love, the handsome upperclassman Sunjin. Wooseung dreams of confessing his feelings, holding hands, sweet kisses… and he’s delighted when Sunjin says the attraction is mutual! Just one major problem: Sunjin's idea of a relationship is much more hands-on! Can Wooseung handle all the steamy surprises Sunjin has planned for them?
First of all, the title is (thankfully) misleading! The name "All About Lust" refers to the beginning of both main relationships depicted in the manhwa. There's a misunderstanding that makes one or both parties to think it's just about sex, but they soon realize that's not the case at all.The manhwa is split into two seasons. Unlike in other webtoons, not all seasons are dedicated to one couple. There are two main couples, and each one of them takes the spotlight on one of the seasons.The first season centers around Wooseung and Sunjin. They confess their attraction for each other right off the bat and their relationship quickly develops into love. They're great at communicating with each other and their love is beautiful, funny, and realistic.The second season centers around Beomchul and Jaehee, who have a slow burn rivals-to-lovers dynamic. They go around in circles and struggle to figure out their feelings for each other. In my opinion, they're the true embodiment of the manhwa's title, All About Lust, since Wooseung and Sunjin make it clear that they really love each other very early on.All About Lust is a great depiction of healthy relationships, consent, and communication. There's no dragged out childish drama, toxic jealousy, nor any other stupid trope that fetishizes gay men. The manhwa is charming and down to earth, and my only criticism is that it's hard to feel interested in the cast's artistic endeavors, which in turn causes the reader to feel bored at times.
The title of this manhwa is a little misleading, as it really isn't "All About Lust." Sunjin thinks about Wooseung lustfully, which is where it comes from. The story follows these two for the first half, but for some reason switches the focus to the relationship between Beomchul and Jaehee. I don't understand why this was done, but it doesn't ruin the story. My only other complaint is that the story just begins so abruptly. Other than that, the story is quite good. The art in this manhwa is much more simple than you may see in other manhwas, but I think that's a good thing. Sometimes we just need some simplicity in the art and "All About Lust" delivers on that. All the characters have very nice developments throughout the entire story. Beomchul starts out extremely annoying, but he gets a bit better as the story progresses. Overall, the story is actually two stories, which I didn't care for personally, the art style is quite simple, but doesn't take away from the experience at all, and characters develop quite nicely throughout the story. If you enjoy university stories and sunbae/hoobae stories, you will love "All About Lust."
A funny wholesome manhwa free of stupid jealousy and love triangle tropes. Apparently the "Lust" used in the title represents the aspects each character embodies- platonic, sexual, asexual, etc. There are two main couples and each get equal screen time, the first one gives me an all cutesy wootsy tingle; the second couple takes more time to come to terms with their feelings and working out their differences but you'll get bored over time with the slightly dragged out build-ups of romantic tensions. And then in between all these affectionate mofos we have our asexual queen- the champ JJ, a mature man well-endowed with not just good listening, but a PURE fucking soul as well, we respect this man
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