For college senior Edward, friends and relationships have always been a bit of a nuisance until he meets Justin, the peppy new freshman eager to be his friend...or more?
I thought it was a cute story, I really liked the art and the characters are adorable. Tbh I was confused sometimes, but besides that I really recommend this if you are beginning to read stuff like this because it's simple, cute and not explicit.
I started this Manga for the sole purpose of knowing why it is named as fools. Were they fools in love or something like that? And they were It was all sugar and hearts. It was very sweet n there was not much drama or angst or psycho exes which was nice considering the previous manga I read which was all that n more. Overall, a sweet read. I like how it started and ended with the same thing. U will know once u read it. Thank you author! PS: I just cut the 3 points because I'm not into sweet stuff. There's no other reason.
This is absolutely adorable, and I genuinely love how this manhwa actually made me feel as I watched Eungi and Jeongwoo's romance blossom. I love how their meeting feels as if it was meant to be. Although it is a slow-burning romance, I found the pacing to be much more enjoyable as the story progressed. This isn't just about Eungi and Jeongwoo's relationship; rather, it's also about college life and the issues associated with it, such as jealousy, utter confusion, love, fear of being alone and left out, and relationship heartbreak. It addresses the difficulties of coming out in a society that is hostile to same-sex relationships. I also admire Jeongwoo's sister for empathizing with his brother and expressing that she has no right to make judgment because Jeongwoo's happiness is important to her. I absolutely adore Eunji and Jeongwoo and have genuinely enjoyed watching their relationship develop from initial crushes to official couple. I personally appreciate how their relationship flows smoothly. Everything was so natural, and they had a healthy relationship. Simply seeing them together made my heart skip a beat, but one of my favorite moments is when Jeongwoo takes food photographs and selfies while Eungi, who isn't particularly fond of such things, never stops Jeongwoo and even reminds him to take photographs during their dates. The art is absolutely stunning. The color scheme brings the atmosphere and character to life. It also adds a sense of tranquility and fluffiness to each panel. I freaking love their theme colors of mint and yellow, which are both adorable and complementary to Eungi and Jeongwoo's personalities. Finally, Jeongwoo's smile makes my heart melt!
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