It’s 1935 in Gyeongseong, and struggling artist Iho Yun has been commissioned by the reclusive, elderly Madam Jeonghwa Song to paint a portrait. Madam Jeonghwa Song allows Iho to set eyes upon her -- an unprecedented event -- and standing before him is a young woman. But why does she ask him to paint an elderly version of her? “Don’t finish the portrait.” Tucked between the previous artist’s paint tubes is an ominous letter. Iho learns that no artist has left Madam Song’s abode alive or of sound mind. Just what is she hiding and what will happen if Iho finishes the portrait?
First of all, the art is gorgeous. Absolutely beautiful. The dark monochrome colors in contrast with bright red in the palette are exquisite. It is one of my favorite. The story is just as great. It is a vampire story without the usual cliches. Has great characters and a plot. the story doesn't drag and the flow is just perfect. It has horror elements in the art that really kept me up the night I first read it. Will recommend it to all if you like a good story.
everything about this is art. i really enjoyed the pacing of the story and the plot development was so gripping. the art style is somehow very emotional and really portrays a lot without words, plus the fmc is literally gorgeous. i loved the ending too, bittersweet but not in a bad way! genuinely enjoyed reading every chapter, highly recommend if u like mystery and a bit of suspense!
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