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An Uncomfortable Truth

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Save Me

Save Me

Hyeongoh, the first place student at school, is disabled and has a knack for getting ridiculed by the school's bullies. With no help and no way out, he finds himself in a despairing situation...until someone appears to stand by his side!

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MxUp MxUp says...

If you liked An Uncomfortable Truth or Save Me, you'll like the other because:

  • Both manwha/manwha have tags of psychological, violence and bullying 
  • Both are Full Colour
  • They have similar plot lines
  • The art style is a little similar
  • Both are set in high school
  • Both are very graphic 
  • Both reveal flashbacks into characters' pasts

Warui Warui says...

Both is litle creepy but really good and interesting. If you like little horror then these is perfect to you.

GabyOreo123 GabyOreo123 says...

  • Bullying
  • Psicologic abuse
  • Brothers
  • Yaoi ship
  • Psichopa
  • School

Shriimp Shriimp says...

Both the manhwas are similar with the themes of psychological problems and over - obsession of brother..

The ending of save me is really good..but an uncomfortable truth has a heart breaking ending..

Overall both of them are really great 

iloveem iloveem says...

Both are quite similar because it talks about brothers and in both of them one of the brother is like psycho it's good u wont regret it 

feathertail38 feathertail38 says...

Both series are about unsettling protagonists and the things they do for the "good" of the people they care about

pitioss pitioss says...

Both stories have the same feel and a similar pace, with one of the main characters being kind of obsessive and weird in such a way that the reader isn't sure what's going on for a while.  Both focus a lot on characters other than the protagonists to tell the story.

Samara007 Samara007 says...

Like An Uncomfortable Truth, we see a guy with a platonic obsession toward a guy. It's to the point where he's a little messed up in the head. Save me is hard to read due to it's extreme violence toward a disabled person but don't worry if you can handle it you won't regret it. There's another reason it's similar but I can't mention it because it'd be a huge spoiler.

Electronic Electronic says...

Same kind of brother relationships played out through both stories, with one being the violent protector of the other.

Killing Stalking

Killing Stalking

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...

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aquila0989 aquila0989 says...

These are great reads if you like a psychological story that delves into the mind of a killer. The main characters of both have similar backgrounds, and their stories play out in a similar way. If you like sitting on the edge of your seat and slowly dying why you wait for more answers, you will love both.

TheCatNoir TheCatNoir says...

Both are wonderfully crafted horror thrillers that show progression in the minds of serial killers. Fucking terrifying.

1434 1434 says...

the style that both of them are drawn in is really similar as are both of the antagonists. 

bedkitty bedkitty says...

These are both really good reads for someone who just loves a good old psychological manhwa :) if you like one killing stalking you'd might wanna check out an uncomfortable truth

an uncomfortable truth is a rather slow starter but the plot can be VERY deep once you look into it!!! totally recommend for a fan of either 

Bastard

Bastard

Jin has lived a tough life. One of his oldest memories is waking up in the hospital, having received an artificial heart valve, and a glass eye. And as a student, he's relentlessly bullied for his disabilities. But Jin's school life is nothing compared to his home life, where he's raised by his father, a serial killer who targets young women and forces the boy to act as his accomplice. Can Jin do anything to stop his father's reign of terror without becoming the next victim?

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YariMari YariMari says...

Both are dark suspenseful manhwa that follow a MC who is living with a mentally unstable person of their family.

FelicityRain FelicityRain says...

Both are psycological and deal characters in their highschool years involved in murder due to the influence of trauma. I found Bastard to be more of a psycological thriller than An Uncomfortable truth, although they both still fit that category well. 

fnaftheory fnaftheory says...

Both stories feature a complicated relationship between an unstable and often times violent person, and someone who is linked with their mistakes 

10 Years That I Loved You the Most

10 Years That I Loved You the Most

I've loved you the most for most of my life. Now I am a piece of crumpled paper in the corner you would never glimpse. I thought you would be my today and all of my tomorrows. I imagined that someday you would turn around again and stare at me with all your love. However, when our love is gone, I'll just pick a sunny afternoon with gentle wind, put on my coat and leave for good...

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NatsumeKhun NatsumeKhun says...

Both stories feature much tradgedy and messed up couples (with one-sided pining). Also sad backstories and endings. Really good reads, if you don't mind a little pain.

TheOneWhoGot TheOneWhoGot says...

Both stories are extremely tragic, I don't know if i can call the relationship in An Uncomfortable truth as Love, but it doesn't matter anyway.. it will all end with one thing.. PAIN

Escape into Oblivion

Escape into Oblivion

Woojin wants nothing more than to escape reality. Hwon wants nothing more than to be with Woojin. Baffled by the intensity of Hwon’s love, Woojin makes a series of absurd demands to push him away. But no matter how cruel the demands are, Hwon never gives up.

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PrettyPig2 PrettyPig2 says...

They are both weird and I don't really know what to say but they are both obsessive. I have to write 100 characters blah blah. Hehehehe It really is similar. 

It's Mine

It's Mine

"How can I get closer to you?" Today, just like yesterday, Yohan Do is watching.

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HayaChi HayaChi says...

Yoseob, normally very quiet and composed, is in the police station convicted of stabbing 8 civilians with a knife. Everyone's wondering whether he actually committed the crime. Does he, a mere high-schooler, really have any reason to have done such a horrifying act? Does his obsessive love for his older brother, Jaeha, have something to do with it?

My Student Can't Be a Psychopath

My Student Can't Be a Psychopath

Jung Intae may be the first to admit he’s a psychopath to the school nurse (his crush), but he certainly isn’t the last. Consequently, Miss Kim’s been dealing with a lot of high school psychopaths... Not that any of them really fit the bill. But dig a little deeper and it seems like everyone at the school, including the faculty, is harboring a secret... Like Intae’s obsession with Miss Kim, and the anxiety Miss Kim seems overwhelmed by at times. Someone at the school really is a psychopath, but who?

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Vashiro Vashiro says...

These are both slow-burn psychological stories that explore the implications of dealing with someone with mental illness, in a school-life setting. They also both excel at exploring the complicated and layered dynamics that can occur between people. An Uncomfortable Truth is an especially well-written mystery story, and MSCaP is less intense but it has a good twist at the end.

Psycho

Psycho

In a moment of carelessness, he agrees to a "kill exchange" with a psycho. Regret and fear, followed by threats, make him realize that he has nowhere to run. He becomes attached, then addicted… and then he falls in love. He falls apart. He goes insane. Mysterious and cunning madman x ruthless straight guy. This will be dark but pure, sweet but cruel. Please enjoy their story that is about to begin...

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jllybeans jllybeans says...

If you're a fan of the way that Hare and Zach protect each other from harm, then it's very possible you'll also enjoy the way that Yoseob will do anything for his brother to keep him safe. While An Uncomfortable Truth follows a younger cast and focuses its plot more on other characters impacted by what brothers do over their love for each other, one can't deny how the psychological aspects of intense love between two people so close is similar in both, and how both will leave you wanting to hug the main characters and give them the protection they've been lacking all along.

Blood on the Tracks

Blood on the Tracks

Seiichi Osabe is just a normal if not insular 14-year-old boy with a beautiful, loving mother and a hardworking father. The bond between him and his mother is iron-clad, but when an accident involving his cousin sows the seeds of doubt in his head, Seiichi begins to question whether his mother's doting nature is normal, or something more sinister and abnormal. Where do you draw the line between motherly love and unhealthy adoration? And how can you tell where that line is when your mother's love is all you've ever known?

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The Choice

The Choice

To save one, she'll kill the other. A miraculous, 1-in-200,000 chance birth of conjoined twins. The probability of their survival? Less than 5%. Born with just one heart between the two of them, the Kang sisters face a sinister fate: for one to survive, the other must die. Their mother faces a horrible choice. How would you decide?

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