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 this chapter wasn’t great either but as its only up to chapter 19 (at least where I’m reading it) I’ll finish up to there and see if that is actually some sort of end or not.
The girl apparently has a big crush on Sangwoo (why does everyone like this psycho) and she gets so nervous that she messes up her part to be saved by the oh-so-amazing Sangwoo. Afterwards, the girl is waiting for Sangwoo as she and some friends are going out but Sangwoo has tracked down Yoon Bum who is hiding in a toilet.
Just in case we forgot that this story contained explicit sex scenes, here’s a totally unnecessary one thrown at us. Previously, while this has been graphic at times, those scenes have seemed necessary to either show the changing relationship, the psychological state of the characters, or have been mixed with violence to add to the overall psychological tone of the series. This one just felt gratuitous and didn’t seem to add much of anything. Even Sangwoo got bored midway.
Sangwoo then takes Bum to meet his friends (wait, isn’t Bum still technically a kidnapping victim – never mind) and Sangwoo’s friends react totally appropriately by staring at Bum like he is some kind of three-headed alien.
So still feeling that around chapter 14 this story and I went our seperate ways but as I said at the start I’ll finish up what’s currently available.
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