Before I get into reviewing this I want to make it clear that none of the content being reviewed in this post is suitable for children and even for adults is probably going to be confronting. Anyone who has been following the copious posts about Killing Stalking on Twitter probably already know that, but just giving everyone else fair warning.
So after the nothingness that was chapter 14 this chapter does at least have some bite to it but what is wrong with the people in this story? And I don’t mean the lead characters who have both clearly established themselves as unstable.
Anyway, they have actually gone out of the house and while Sangwoo is behind stage or whatever waiting for his turn to sing with some random girl that we’ve been given no reason to care about, Bum actually tells not one but two people in the audience that he’s been kidnapped. He desperately asks one girl for help and to call the emergency line.
And guess what her response is? She knocks him to the ground (remembering he’s recently had his legs broken though they’ve clearly healed a fair way at this point) and then calls him a pervert. Excuse me? Someone just told you they’d been kidnapped and asked you to call for help. Even if you don’t believe them and think they are crazy, calling for help still seems like a good plan.
Then Yoon Bum apparently just gives up on getting help and listens to Sangwoo sing getting all teary as he tries to convince himself he doesn’t love Sangwoo.
To be honest, chapters 14 and 15 haven’t been particularly good, or interesting. If chapter 16 doesn’t pick up I’m probably going to call it there.
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