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There are a few unusual things about Cafe Goyo. Number one, their coffee sucks. Number two, their customers never order off the menu. And number three, Yohan, the cafe manager, is deaf. So when Soohwa joins as a part-timer, though he is not expected to learn how to make good coffee, he is asked to expand his sign language vocabulary beyond the words, “higher,” “pay,” and “please.” But when Yohan offers to give him private lessons, Soohwa is reluctant. Not because he doesn’t want to study, but because he has a “hard” time around Yohan. Like, literally. He gets hard. Whenever he hears Yohan’s deep, sexy voice.
I think if you read Bj Alex, you would enjoy this manga too. It is one of the famous ones and it is perfect for you to read when you are done with Bj ALex.
It's the least toxic manhwa I ever read. The main characters are super adorable. The plot is bit simple, but it's very engaging. The conflict is at minimal, so if you're looking for a comfort read. This manhwa is good for you.
they both showcase a love that may not have started pure but they over come those differences and bond towards a better relationahip for both parties.
All though I haven't read Bj Alex , I have read Sign. And from what I have heard these to are familiar. The story doesn't start of with pure love but later resolves to pure love.
because both mangas have cute and hot scenes and both have a happy ending which is good!!!periodtt
If you read 'Bj Alex', then give 'Sign' a try. I think you'll like this story, too. And if you read 'Sign', try 'Bj Alex' because I'm sure you'll like it.
they are both yaoi and they have a really good plot behind them and both of their endings are very heartfelt and because its gay :)
Minjae's quiet life turns upside down when he walks in on Hyung-jo masturbating to a T.A. sleeping in the student lounge. Hyung-jo threatens Minjae to keep the incident a secret and to keep his distance from the T.A., whom he has an obsessive crush on. But Minjae can't stop having dreams about the scene he witnessed. Despite Hyung-jo's extreme threats, his body reacts to the T.A.... wait, no. To...Hyung-jo...
Beautiful and gay, that's all I have to say. If you're a yaoi fan you'll love this new BL by Lezhin. Cute, shy mc with a love interest who's a jerk but nice to look at.
Both take place with college student characters where one discovers a secret about the other.
For readers of BJ Alex I recommend manga "If you hate me so" and vice versa. Although BJ Alex is much better (my personal opinion), mangas are very similar.
Both of these stories have tops who are really mean, and are about college kids figuring out how to properly express their affection
The character dynamic is really similar. One character is a "pretty boy" so to speak and the other is cocky and jealous
Despite bright-eyed Takashi Tono’s trepidations about starting at an all-boys’ school far away from the bustle of Tokyo, he thinks he may have lucked out when he quickly meets a perky fellow first-year who’s friendly and helpful. And cute! Lulled by euphoria, Takashi decides to really live up his school days and join a club. But Takashi’s in for a sexy shock when he investigates the photography club and learns that its members have an ardent passion for something else entirely! Although Takashi would rather unsee the censor-bar-worthy acts on view just beyond the clubroom door, he’s roped into joining! Can this virgin survive a day, much less the whole school year, as part of the school’s most lascivious club?
Both have an honest approach to sex. If you like hardcore yaoi, these two mangas are for you. Beside the raunchy sex scenes, they both have fairly interesting stories.
Lo ame demasiado. El manga tiene de todo un poco, tiene romance, pero muestra también situaciones que pasan muchas personas en sus familias y entorno social. A la vez es un manga que al tener toques divertidos, tiende a hacer reír de forma fácil, aunque también te deja con el susto de cómo reaccionara los distintos personajes, simplemente, es un manga fantástico en su totalidad.
What if you could talk to your favorite fictional character every day? And what if they make you feel like the most special person in the world? “Good morning,” “I was thinking about you,” “Sweet dreams,” “See you tomorrow”... Some fans dive into their TV/movie/book obsessions on social media by interacting with accounts that take on the persona of their favorite characters. But what if the person behind that fictional account is actually...the very star who played that role?
Both mangas explore the topic of a down-to-earth guy admiring a distant celebrity who suddenly just crash into his ordinary life. Star x Fanboy might be a lot more innocent and sweeter compared to steamy BJ Alex, but both are a great read none the less.
Both stories follow fans who meet and develop a relationship with a famous (or infamous) celebrity. While the story diverges greatly, there are lots of moments whether it be secret-keeping or misunderstandings that draw parallels.
Blood Bank is where vampires come to buy human blood! In a land where vampires, the supreme beings, rule human beings, there are those that have abnormalities. These vampires, while still superior, prefer to be ruled and commanded by humans. See how Shell, the son of a Blood Bank lord, falls for a mere human banker, One.
They both have smut, and it's also a love story based on 2 people. And I really enjoyed both of em too. I guess Blood Bank has more action and fantasy and vampires and all- and BJ Alex is more of your normal college yaoi story, other than the fact that Dong-Gyun was in love with a Broadcast Jockey, and it so happens that he finds out that they go to the same college. But I'm sure whoever reads BJ Alex will like Blood Bank and vise versa.
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Jisuh is quiet, unassuming... observant. He’s suited to working behind the camera. But for reasons he’s not exactly quick to disclose, he’s run into some debt. Heejae, an actor he’s worked with before, proposes he work with him exclusively on a private project of his...shooting himself and his partner having sex. Jisuh thought he was hired for his camera skills, but Heejae seems to know an awful lot about him and he can’t help but wonder why he really hired him.
Both relationships in both stories start as an unhealthy relationship, where one person has most of the control and is using the other, and then there is character development, and it turns into a healthy relationship. The characters are also very smiliar.
The stories both begin with a sweet, timid protagnoist who is pretty much intimidated by their romantic interest somehow getting roped into kinky stuff they're obviously not fully comfortable with. The romantic interest is more manipulative and domineering to the point of being almost threatening, but softens as the plot progresses. In both the relationship starts off as a sort of "we both know this isn't serious and we're only using each other for sex" sort of thing too - but then here or there someone catches real feelings and things get complicated.
Both stories' protagonist characters - Dong-Gyun and Jisuh - start off meek and easily taken advantage of, but grow stronger and take control in their own way later in the story. The romantic interests - Jiwon and Heejae eventually get knocked down a few pegs when they realize they're capable of feelings too and stop being such arrogant pricks. Jiwon and Heejae are also each celebrities in their own separate ways, while Dong-Gyun and Jisuh are more quiet and reserved "commoners." And there's even a perky, chipper, kinky friend character in both - Chanwoo and Sunyool.
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...
Park Gun-woo lost a bet to his friends and as punishment, he gotta buy something in a shop named RedQueen. Then somehow Gun-woo started to have some feelings for the owner of the shop. He kept asking himself from the very beginning whether that feeling was love, and it never occurred to him before that someone with that fancy fortune and appearance would ever fall for him. With all the mixed feelings in mind, he still couldn’t help walking into that shop once he got any chances or good excuses. Is it possible that owner the right one for Gun-woo?
Jo Seong-jae has a secret: he’s been spending passionate nights with a ghost that looks like Hong Dohui, the man he’s in love with. Plagued every night by his yearning and the unrelenting ghost, Seong-jae’s health steadily worsens. Concerned for his ailing friend, Dohui offers to help Seong-jae escape his nightmares. It’s a feat no ordinary man could accomplish, but Dohui is no ordinary man. See, Dohui has a secret, too. It just might be the key to saving Seong-jae…or to destroying them both.
Jo Sungjae spends passionate nights with the ghost that visits him every night- a ghost that resembles Dohwi, the person he loves, and as the nights progress, his condition worsens. Dowhi is worried about Sungae and invites him over to his house… What could Hong Dowhi’s secret birth secret be? Will the enchanted Jo Sungjae be able to survive till the end?
Yuri, one of the school's most handsome guys, and Jaerim, one of the school's ugliest, collide!...or don't they...Can't understand what's going on between these two! It's Out of Control!!