Writing this review after finishing the entire manwha.
To be honest, this webtoon was a really refreshing read. For the tags, I would exclude romance because the story doesn't diverge too heavily in the romance genre. I would describe it as a slice of life in a medieval setting. Although it's 80 chapters, there isn't much drama and the story is pretty fast-paced. I love the storyline. The main character is charismatic, mature, and intelligent. It's mostly realistic and explores issues like sexism and commoner's privilege (just a tiny bit). Anyways, the artwork is phenomenial and the characters are portrayed well. Anyways, the ending was a little bittersweet, but I'm glad it ended this way, as I'm a bit tired of reading manwhas that always in the same format. I would recommend this read to anybody who's interested in reading a story with almost no drama and no romance, but instead, about an aspring maid who's dreamed of becoming a writer.