The story was so good. I cried a bit at the end of the mamga from the sweetness.
I had a hard time distinguishing between the twins due to reading chapters so far apart from the last day I read the last chapter. (I read xx in December then read xx in Janurary) It was merely a big confusion my brain couldn't sort through.
Hyewon is the owner of the garden, she has short blue hair.
Yoosun is a slave and switches places with Hyewon, she has short black hair.
I thought there was Hyewon, Yoosun, a short blue hair, and a short black hair. 4 different people who are actually 2 people. Hyewon and Yoosun swapped places and outfits so much I lost track in Who Am I. In the last 30 chapters they slowly stopped switching. It's not exactly the art nor the characters. It was mostly my low intelligence taking over my brain.
The art is so beautiful. Flowers can be easily drawn, but this author took it to the next level. The details and colors of the flowers matched so well. The story was so intense, cheerful, and mysterious. Overall it's a 10 out of 10, I recommend reading Moonlight Garden.