As a male prostitute in the slums, Je-oh is at the bottom of the social hierarchy. A pawn among pawns. Sure, he's tried to break away, but each attempt has only left him with more wounds. Until one day, he gets rescued...by a serial killer who kidnaps him along with his pimp. The killer, Seong-rok, is on a mission for his lover, a former prostitute plotting to turn the tables. Why he rescued Je-oh is unclear, but a slick-talking manwhore was definitely not part of anyone's plan. Regardless, Je-oh is no ordinary pawn. Now that he has entered the game, he will use every trick up his sleeve—or in his pants—to get revenge.
The story is interesting so far and the characters have developed personalities. The art is also amazing. However, it shares about 80% of it's content with Killing Stalking. Not only do the characters look the same, but there's that same murder fight scene, the same use of a knife, the same relation of the bottom to some woman he looks the same as, etc. I'm sure it will start to differ more soon, though.
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