I Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything is a good story, motivating you to seize the day. Despite the art lacking, it’s definitely worth reading.
|Alt Titles||Amugotdo Hago Sipji Ana, 아무것도 하고 싶지 않아|
|Creators||Joo Young Hyun|
|Licensed||Yes, Pocket Comics App|
|Genre||Drama, Slice of Life|
I Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything Summary
One spring day, after the recent death of her mother, Summer decides to quit her stressful city job.
She moves to a small beachside town, where she plans to use her entire life savings on two years of doing absolutely nothing.
She calculates that she can subsist for this long without finding a job by leading a minimalist free life.
Summer finds peace and makes friends in her new environment. But after a while, the walls of her home are repeatedly vandalized with death threats.
Will Summer be able to catch the villain, find normalcy in her life, and make peace with herself?MU
I Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything starts off with the female lead, Summer, being a pushover.
She’s struggling with work and is forcing herself to work overtime due to her manager.
You see, her manager hit on her in the past but since she declines it, he starts abusing her via work. He finds another woman ready to romp around in the bed with, making Summer do all of the co-worker’s work.
When her mother passes away, Summer hits a wall and doesn’t want to do anything. She’s in a daze until she decides to just quit her job and start doing what she wants.
She starts standing up for herself, even yelling at a random man who pushes her.
Summer also ends up telling her co-workers off and sharing screenshots of the manager’s blackmailing of her.
Needless to say, she is quitting her job and moving somewhere else. I didn’t read further than just a few chapters, but I’m really liking the story.
One thing I didn’t like is the art, but it’s growing on me and I’m starting to like it more.
Final thoughts: It seems to be an interesting story, with a different plot than I usually read.