The boy romance (BL) genre has exploded in popularity in recent years, with many new shows and series from various written and graphic media. Undoubtedly the most famous Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation franchise, the love of men has found a place not only in the anime area, but also in the media. There is no better show than the Netflix adaptation of Heartstopper, which recently started expanding its show to show the great power of people.
A lot of romantic manhwa have become popular in the past few years, so it makes sense that some are too extreme or don’t fit in. what their minds show. The following manhwa series provides stories that are consistent with reality.
Cherry Blossoms After Winter: an Example of School Love
Since his parents died in an accident when he was seven years old, Haebom lives under the same roof as his childhood best friend, Taesung. However, they gradually separated. Feeling guilty that he might steal something from Taesung while he was delivering to his house, Haebom tried to keep his head down as much as possible. That is, until they were placed in the same class in the twelfth grade. Forced to finally face each other, will their relationship finally heal and maybe become something else? The dynamic between Haebom and Taesung is very good, and the way their relationship progresses is also very natural. Nothing seems out of place and the problems they face are very reasonable in relation to their situation. A big part of the reason why Cherry Blossoms After Winter has grown in popularity is precisely because of how realistic it is. It was recently adapted into a Korean movie of the same name which also received critical acclaim. Fans of a more relaxed read without a lot of drama will enjoy Cherry Blossoms After Winter.
Semantic Error: The Battle Between the Brain and the Heart
Computer scientist Chu Sangwoo can be a logical and consistent person. When he decided to remove the name of the freeloading team from one project, he never thought that he would face Jae Chaewoo in the Planning Department. Jae Chaewoo, who is friendly, handsome and smart, couldn’t be more different from Sangwoo. What will happen when these two opposites are forced to work together?
Semantic Error has become a household name in the boy-loving world of manhwas, and recent dramatic moves have boosted its popularity. Much of the story centers around Chu Sangwoo trying to come to terms with his feelings and often overanalyzing them. It’s certainly a departure from the usual trope of the couple getting together immediately after realizing their feelings for each other, and it showcases their polarizing personalities very well.
Love Shuttle: Embarrassing Situations Lead to Love?
Despite being muscular and stocky, Love Shuttle Doyun’s supporter is still a solid half-Omega in his prime who has never been in heat. It is truly an example of flowering. Either way, he doesn’t cause any problems in his daily life as everyone thinks he’s an Alpha based on his body. Doyun almost forgot about it – until his body decided that it was finally time at the wrong time. Lucky or not, he only has his enemy at work, Taehan, to turn to for help. Set in an ABO setting where everyone has a second gender apart from the sex they were assigned at birth, relationships can be varied and complex. The dynamic between Doyun and Taehan starts out as awkward and awkward, but slowly develops into something incredible and respectful and positive – which is something that is always acceptable to see in a situation that can be abused for its nature.…