I picked up this one because it was written by the author who gave us Annarasumanara, one of my favorite manga/manhwa.I have read some other works of his, but none even comes remotely close to brilliance that Annarasumanara was.This one is probably the one i like the least.
Subjective opinion aside, this manhwa has a glaring drawback, it is incomplete, but more on that later.
First off, let me say that the art was very good.Though i generally prefer color in my comics, hence my preference for manhwa(though i read my fair share of manga too), this manhawa's art is on par with some really good manga's.
The characters are generic.You have your basic daring-hotheaded-chivalrous protagonist. a friend who has is a bit stuck-up who has a secret, and a (hot) girl who just is so that we can enjoy the banter between the hero and herself.But i never got irritated with any of them, for some reason.So there's that.
Other characters are okay, nothing much to write about them, as the main focus is always on our three main guy's(and a gal).
Pacing wise, it is okay, not too fast or too slow, a nice middle ground between the extremes.
Coming to the reason i don't advise anyone to read this manhwa, it had been cancelled after 26 chapters.It is a 100 chapters too far from the finish.Nothing is resolved in it.A lot of things are foreshadowed, but this manhwa was cancelled before it even falls into a comfortable stride.
As i know, korean manhwa originally run for 26 chapters before the publisher decides whether it deserves another 26 or so chapters, a bad way of doing things, as per my opinion.As you may have understood, this one got cancelled after it's initial run of 26 chapters, and was never picked up afterwards.I would have liked to know what happens afterwards, but truth be told, i was not invested in the manhwa enough to be outraged when it ended like it did.I would have liked to finish it just to get some sort of closure.
The bottomline is that it's a waste of time to pick this up.Everything is average, and the way it ended sucks, and there really is no reason to read this. read more