The true meaning of friendship is explored in this story about Shihyeon, who was born deaf, and Youngwoo, who acquires a disability later in life.
Source: Pocket Comics
Gosh, that was amazing. After finishing it I am left with such a refreshing feeling. Story: Two young men with disabilities, Onishi Yuu, and Ishida Kenji. Their disabilities made their high school lives different from other students. The youthful story of the two who build a special friendship! The bromance is top notch and I got hit with the feels a lot. It's so strange, I read some really depressing shit this week, yet this one disheartened me the most. Season 1 was extremely interesting, I binged it. Season 2, not so much until the last 10 to 12 chapters. Anyway, a beautiful story. (Oh, and it's not shounen-ai, which I assumed. As I mentioned earlier, it's just that the bromance is top-notch.) Art: Great. Characters: The protagonist, Onishi Yuu, is blind through his left eye (I think it's the left, not so sure which one.) Whereas Ishida Kenji is deaf. Onishi used to be a delinquent, but after an accident, he decided to turn his life around and be a good kid. His development was great and he's such a nice guy, it's so nice-- his relationship with Ishida. Ishida was introverted, and you couldn't blame him for the circumstances he was in. He's so wholesome. Honestly, if I had a friend like Onishi or Ishida I'd be set for life. Overall: 4/5 stars
The growth between these two boys are too beautiful to behold👌👌. Season 1 gives us the heart-wrenching side shown from Ishida's circumstance, who's deaf since birth. Yu who used to be a delinquent, felt a sense of closeness to him coz he's also been disabled in one eye after an accident. That closeness is what kickstarted Yu's empathy to help someone with similar physical disadvantage... and in the process you can say he completely transforms into a brand new person (tho he's already changed after the accident), Ishida is "transformed" as well in terms of emotional development. It's healing and the author could've left it like that. A large part of season 2 focuses on their uni life, the earlier chapters are okay nothing much... it's the last few chapters that show Ishida fully grasping the meaning of things he used to perceive seriously, like having him extending a hand to help Yu, and he himself affirming that friendship isn't one-sided... that's his emotional growth right there matey.
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