Bum Yoon is a timid man and a hopeless situation when it comes to adore. As far as you can even predict your obsession love. But he knows quite well that he can not get any nearer to Sangwoo – he is far too popular and clearly not gay. This leads Bum Yoon to completely stem him and even break into his residence. There he loves Sangwoo’s seat and other personal things before he hears strange sounds from your closet. Curiously, Bum Yoon opens and notices a flap in it that leads to a cellar. Needless to say, the young stalker decides to follow down the stairs and matches with a bound and gagged young girl there, who wears underwear and is injured. Out of sheer horror, Bum Yoon does not understand what to do when Sangwoo shows up and melts down. Fearful and visibly confused this Sangwoo is extremely different from what Bum Yoon has observed him so much, he believes his end has come. So he bursts out with the very first thing comes to mind: He pronounces his love into Sangwoo, making him believe. This compliments saves Bum Yoon from being killed in the beginning, but not out of Sangwoo’s horror games. What comes to mind: he pronounces his love into Sangwoo, making him think. This hesitation saves Bum Yoon from being killed initially, but not from Sangwoo’s horror games. What springs to mind: he also admits his love to Sangwoo, making him believe. This compliments saves Bum Yoon from being murdered at first, but not out of Sangwoo’s terror games. The job has been printed in colour in a number of volumes because April 2019.
When Bum Yoon wakes up after a collapse, he is tied up half-naked in the cellar. And read killing stalking online that’s only the start of all Sangwoo’s tortures towards his newest toy. Just how long will Bum Yoon survive?
With plenty of space on the large-format webpages, about which impressive graphics come to life, the narrative lives mainly from his drawings and also the thoughts of the figures. A work that’s not acceptable for each single reader due to its brutal history, but which casts a spell on everyone. Just like a collision from which you can’t look away.