The story is only 10 chapters in so I’m not sure of what I can say definitively so these ratings and critiques are subject to change.
Overall, the book is well written and practically free of grammar mistakes. The author does a good job of turning scenes you wouldn’t expect to be interesting or of importance to things like characterization.
So far, the book has updated once every day and 5 chapters on the initial release. I don’t think that release schedule is going to keep up for long so it’ll most likely slow down.
The story has a lot of potential so far, though can come across as rushed in certain chapters and scenes. All in all, the author does a decent job in this section.
Character design is where I find the author struggles the most. While the reader does find out a lot about the main character, Minji, and a few pieces of information about her friends and Jun, they seem to act similar, as if their personalities and mannerisms aren’t fully drafted yet. I look forward to the character development later in the story!
There isn’t too much to say about the world background, as it is fairly standard so far. While the story never explicitly states it, it is clear from references such as names, cities and pop culture that the story takes place in modern day Korea.
I hope this review helps! <3