Yun-lee is a girl who is carrying a huge emotional scar in her heart. Due to an accident, she lost 2 precious years of her life, the time period between 19 and 21 years old. Her life is empty. She is miserable, but still attending a preparatory school in an attempt to catch up with all the time she has lost. Suddenly, one day on her way to feed some stray cats, she comes across a young man who seems to have what she has lost... the period between 19 and 21 years old.
Really good manhwa! The story is great even though it feels like it ends a bit too soon, but you really feel like you can relate to the characters and clearly understand what they are going through. It also has a really deep phisolophical side to it. The art is just astonishing. The characters are really pretty and it feels really natural and clean overall. Defenetively the one with most qualitie that I've read until now. Absolutely recommend it.
This story would feel most relatable when you're in the same age range, it's healing yet a bit too occupied with too much cat activities at the same time. I get what they're trying to convey through this but having 90% of the chapters covering cats and dem changing the neighbours' opinions on strays is overkill at best. I'd like to see more of the girl's previous accident to feel how scarred she is otherwise my sympathies will all be directed to the stray cats rather than that sense of loss she felt. Just my opinion tho, there's many ways to portray that and they've successfully done so by placing a carefree guy on the verge of adulthood near her to contrast her dejected view in "what makes an adult". But other than that it's a major cat-fest.
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