I Love Yoo [recommendation]

I Love Yoo is a really good webtoon about a young woman named Shin-Ae Yoo. There’s a lot to say about this webtoon, with more being revealed as we go on.

Alt TitlesN/A
CreatorsQuimchee
LicensedAvailable on Webtoons
Release2017
AdaptedNo
Genre ComedyDrama, Mature Warning:  Depression,  Drugs / AlcoholMental / Physical AbuseRomanceSchool LifeSlice of Life
I Love Yoo

I Love Yoo Summary

Dogged by pain and misfortune from the very beginning, Shin-Ae decides she wants nothing to do with people nor anything to do with romance.

Although content with her unsocial, boring, loveless existence, her lifestyle is challenged after she ruins an unsuspecting strangers’ clothes.

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I Love Yoo
I Love Yoo used to be one of my favorite webtoons, but then it went on hiatus and I never really got back into it.

However, I’m still loving the story and some of the social issues it’s bringing up. It’s clear to see how Shin-Ae is suffering from quite a sad life.

It’s clear she’s been struggling a lot, with both bullying and familial issues. Her life is pretty much an average mess, with poor grades, money struggles and all of that.

Her life will take a change when she meets a guy whom she instantly connects with, despite maybe not realizing it at that time. All of the sudden she’s thrown into a world she didn’t expect to be part of.

I quite like how the series portray some real life struggles of Shin-Ae. University isn’t something you can expect to go to in many parts of the world. It costs money and it’s not exactly something many can afford, especially when you have a single father supporting you.

Overall the story is quite fun and the introduction of the two brothers makes a huge difference to the world of Ms. Yoo.

I quite like how they all have their own flaws and faults, which serve to bring the story forward. It’s nice seeing characters develop and start seeing the world differently.

Honestly I will be fine if Shin-Ae ends up with no one, as long as she’s fine with it. She deserves someone who cherishes her and doesn’t try to alter her. She’s her own person and deserves to be the way she wants to be.

I also really like how the brothers are so different, both with personality but also in manners. One of them even carry women repellent, I mean makeup remover. He seems to hate contact with the opposite sex a lot, except when it comes to Shin-Ae.

It’s not like he jumps after her, but he seems to be less hateful towards her than towards other women. He even stays with her when she’s been involved in a bad situation.

Final thoughts: I Love Yoo is a decent drama set in real life, with a good amount of humor. There’s a lot of chapters out, so you better start binge-reading to catch up to the new releases!

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