Flow (https://www.webtoons.com/en/fantasy/flow/list?title_no=101&page=1)- I cried, loved the plot, loved the ending
A Good Day To Be A Dog (https://www.webtoons.com/en/romance/a-good-day-tobe-a-dog/list?title_no=1390&page=1) - Myth x romance x well-written = favourite
Moon You (https://www.webtoons.com/en/supernatural/moonyou/list?title_no=1340) - I suggest listening to Eleanor Rigby by The Beatles during the last few chapters. I did that and the story touched me even more.
The Makeup Remover (https://www.webtoons.com/en/romance/the-makeup-remover/list?title_no=2186) - Realistic, great character development, dimensional characters, good plot
The Boxer (https://www.webtoons.com/en/sports/the-boxer/list?title_no=2027&page=1) - Dimensional characters, focuses on more than just one main character while still keeping the story so compelling, hella great backstories!, AMAZING art -- action is fantastic, made me cry in some arcs, and personal favourite: messages that really resonated with me
The Girl From the Other Side: Siúil, a Rún - Nostalgic, mythical, magical, fairytales, touching, mind-blowing art <3
I like to read mangas, manhwas, webtoons, and manhuas. I mostly read genres like isekai, romance, fantasy, and action. I realize I mostly write reviews with 9s and 10s, but that's probably because I subconsciously write more reviews for mangas that I really like than for mangas that are mediocre or horrible. I also skim through reviews and summaries of what the manga is about and decide whether I'd read it, so there's already some biased selection there where I would come across mangas I like more.
I'm a sucker for power couples. This post sums up the dynamic I prefer to find in a romance manga.
I absolutely hate reading anything that tries to portray abuse, lack of consent (looking at you, majority of A/B/O mangas), and dominating attitudes (looking at you, CEO manhuas) as romantic. Also, I drop anything with heavy second lead syndrome or harem.
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P.S. After writing a number of reviews, I wonder how realistic (human flaws and all) can a character get without being annoying? I like my characters to be realistic, but if they have strong undesirable traits, which all humans have, I might hate the characters too much and drop the story. When characters have flaws, is the author criticising that behaviour or did they just really give the character no thought? At what point are the characters good to the point that they start to be Mary Sues and Gary Stus?