Ji Ho’s week has been, to put it simply, quite eventful. He’s still getting used to being back in university after a leave of absence, he manages to snag a killer offer for a place to rent in downtown Seoul, and on his first day in the new house, he runs into a robber! The strange thing about this robber(?) is that he doesn’t seem interested in any valuables, but is enamored by the story Ji Ho scribbled down in some old notebooks. So enamored that he offers to keep house for Ji Ho so that he can concentrate on writing more. Ji Ho initially refuses that odd proposition, but the more he thinks about it, the less he has to lose...
I mean it when I say you'll get diabetes just from looking at the artwork and story because IT IS one of those that'll raise your sugar levels to the max. The BL cliches are rare here, the characters are all straightforward AND sharp meaning their love-gaydar is highly active. There's not a single soul who's full-out dense here because everyone is given fully functional brain cells, they know it when they like someone or if they're being liked and will state that fact OUT LOUD, yeah lads be UPFRONT ABOUT IT I encourage ya! Each character has their own unique traits and are blatantly blunt that's why the story is such an ease to read, Dojin's a big crybaby & the gag of him being mistaken as a robber has a recurring status in this manhwa, I also love how Jiho is so weak for his face because honestly same hon LOL.
The main character is one of the most self aware, mature protagonists i've seen in a good while. sure he acts childish at times, but when it comes to introspection or sexuality, he's well past the questioning unsurety of highschool and has figured himself out. It also acknowledges that even if one person falls in love, the other does not have to reciprocate the feelings. The characters are surprisingly well rounded and given believable actions. And the art is super cute.
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