Won-Jun, a college student, can read people's emotions with just the touch of his hands. He meets Gyu-Han, a familiar grumpy red-head who rejects Won-Jun's attempts to get to know him.
The story was original and unexpected without falling into well-used tropes, I enjoyed it all throughout. It was sweet and wholesome too! What keeps me from giving it a 10/10 is... Well I'm not sure how to explain. It felt rushed but maybe it was just because I was reading it quickly. I also felt like the dialogue wasn't well thought out, but that just might be a quality that's lost in translation. I found the art mediocre, some shots were pretty but most of them didn't look like they had a lot of effort put into them. I also didn't like how quickly we dived into the story without any sort of exposition about the characters, it made me feel detached from them- the story was progressing before I had any emotional connection to the main boy Won-Joon. The only thing told about him is a few sentences about his ability and that's all. And even though he experienced development later in the story regarding his ability, he didn't really have any notable character trait beside that, which contributed to my feelings of detachment. All in all, a nice read. Nothing exceptional. (Btw- why is it tagged as yaoi? It had no sexual content at all)
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