Haesoo is a cynical writer of a romance column, while Joowon, his former stepbrother, is a famous actor. The two go way back - thrust together when their parents remarried, their relationship is far from simple. Brothers? Soulmates? Friends with benefits? Or nothing at all? Theirs is a delicate balance between lust and loathing, dating and breaking up, irritation and infatuation. When the mysterious photographer “K” takes an interest in Haesoo, events begin to spiral out of control. As the lines between art and reality become increasingly blurred, what direction will this story take? Cheap romance? Sensual erotica? Or something much more twisted?
This story is stupid it basically is a boy who gets mad at his "lover" tries to date someone else and uses the new lover to fix his relationship with his ex and then leaves that person. This whole storywas toxic.
Let me start off by saying I was enjoying the story BUT I HATED THE ENDING. This entire story was cliche, I do admit the writing was fairly good but overall the entire plot was just filled with toxicity and convience. The author gave every possible obstacle for the the End game couple. They were basically "Love can triumph over anything" I mean the Seme was an actor (and dating in Korea is hard when you're a celebrity, especially if you're part of the LGBTQ community) they were Stepbrothers (we all know how taboo that is). Both the Uke and the seme were brought together through toxic bonding, unfortunately people think toxic bonds = soulmates The semes character is always justified because of his past. Which I hated. The 2nd Lead was just used as a catalyst for the Seme and the Uke, which was even more frustrating. IVE NEVER HATED A CHARACTER MORE THEN I HATE THE SEME. I find him annoying and ugly. The Seme was honestly like 80% of every BL character I read. There was nothing special about him. I still don't understand why he was popular amongst the fans. 2nd lead was so much more interesting. I was okay with the Uke not ending up with him. I wanted the uke to end up alone or with someone completely different. I wish I could forget I read this story. I've never been so upset with myself over a BL and now because I've read this it's hard for me to enjoy other BLs because now I can see the toxicity in all of them.
I really like the half of the story, but it disappointed me in the end. I expected Hasoo to be able to overcome the toxic relationship that he had and to move on with Taku, but it didn't happen, even if he haven't ended with Taku, I didn't want him with the other character, it's just so toxic and painful for everyone that it really disappointed me. It's a good story, but the end it's just... I can't stand it, it made angry that he hadn't had the will to change.
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