When the daughter of a shaman gets "strung up" with a centuries-old vampire, is it love or something more sinister that binds them?
Very cute story, the plot is interesting. Not a lot of physical romance, despite what the previews might lead you to believe. It's a nice twist on the typical vampire tales. There is a lot of character development, and the characters themselves have a lot of depth. Author does a good job wrapping up loose ends in prep for the sequel. Trigger Warning: This story does have some VERY accurate portrayals of bullying that might be hard to read (mild spoiler: it does get better). There are also a few implications of attempted suicide.
First, I think it is a shoujo, it is not about mature relationship but more about bullying highschooler, soft master-servant relationship and supernatural. -spoilers- Story flaws : I was a little disappointed by the storyline. First season made a fuss about the evilness of the spirit the FL has to receive as a shaman. Then his mother said she was okay and we didn't hear about this spirit anymore, neither the passation ceremony...In the 2nd season her powers as shaman are weakier than I though and she almost never use them. The second annoying point is the time gap between s1 and s2. During these 2 years gap, ML lived with FL and there was NO relationship development between them, even if they already kissed... A hormonfull tasty teenager and thirsty vampire in the same place and no development? I don't believe it. Their love story has also been completely rushed at the end of s2, too. Extra episodes happens 6 years later. These flaws annoyed me because I really liked this manhwa even if I dislike bullying plot, FL and ML are so cute together, I would have liked more scenes with them. The few are great. On the whole, the story is very interesting and well done, it was nice to mix up soft master-servant trope with vampire and korean shaman together. I felt the fun, sadness, hate, lovey dovey etc from the characters. No use to say I binged all chapters !
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