Ch: 163
2018 - 2023
4.226 out of 5 from 2,432 votes
Rank #726

After the death of his beloved girlfriend, police officer Kyungjoon just wants to be left alone to water his house plants and catch criminals. But after a police investigation into a mysterious cult goes supernatural, Kyungjoon finds himself unwillingly caught up in a world of demons, succubi and monsters - and the worst of them all is a demon king calling himself "Lord Cain." It turns out that in order to survive, Cain needs mana that can only be accessed through a "door" inside Kyungjoon. The problem is... how is he planning to open that door?

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Dear Door has got everything from very hot and smutty sex scenes between the main couple, to action and an okay storyline. Though it starts off really rough. It's a slow build as the characters slowly end up gathering feelings for each other, but it wasn't always consensual, so that's where this story can fall short. The secondary couple is also completely non consensual, and at times you just feel so bad for Gyeong Joon's friend, who happens to love Joon, but just can't win against the cards life has thrown him. The humans in this story are for the most part completely useless and at the mercy of the demons in it, and can't seem to resist their circumstances even if they wanted to. They're never given a choice. It makes sense since well... they're dealing with demons, but it can suffocate the story line or get tiresome after a while. Often in the same chapter, main couple will be smashing and the secondary one will be crying, fighting, or abusing one another which can kill the mood. Both main relationships, if you'd call it that, are far from healthy in this manhwa. However, if you don't care for it then you'll do well with its very kinky and well articulated sex scenes. BJ Alex wins in that department of course, but the artist in Dear Door was able to draw the faces (especially of Joon) exceptionally well. The art is more than good, because it had the ability to turn the reader on along with the characters involved. Joon just looked... exceptionally delicious in many panels... and now I sound like a demon. Excuse me.  I look forward to reading more of this when it becomes availiable to me.  Overall: 7/10

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