Jia Han, a 32-year-old freelancer with no work, is tired of her parents nagging her to get married and finally move out. When she runs into her childhood friend, Mincheol Jin, who is also feeling the same pressure from his parents, she blurts out that they should just get married to solve both of their problems. Little did she know he’d accept her suggestion, and she suddenly finds herself thrust into marriage.
Pretty cute story with an interesting build up! I don't have much to say since we only have four chapters out so far but I'm loving the dynamic between the FL and the ML. The romance here is refreshing because I do enjoy a slow burn romance when they're already in a contractual relationship, especially if both parties are very different from each other. The art and pacing so far are pretty well done and although I still don't feel giddy at any of the scenes, I think we'll eventually see them around sooner or later. I'll be back for an updated review! Reviewed at Chapter 4.
Basically we have 30 somethings Jia and Mincheol who are both loners and decide to enter a contract marriage . Jia acts like a child who is a freelancer but unemployed and Mincheol is pretty much an antisocial dude who came out of nowhere. It’s a pretty decent Josei manhwa to check out guys!
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