“To Love Your Enemy” is a fun story about a woman trying to run from her past. Too bad she ends up in the arms of the son of a woman she scammed.
|Alt Titles||Düşmanlarını Sev, Sweet Enemies, Love Your Enemies, Wonsu-reul Saranghara, Wonsureul Saranghara, 愛上冤家, 원수를 사랑하라|
|Creators||Jungyoon (정윤, Cheong Yun, 正允, Jeong Yun) [Author] – Taegeon (태건, 泰建) [Artist]|
|Licensed||Yes, Webtoons – Official Simplified Chinese Translation, Official Traditional Chinese Translation, Official Indonesian Translation|
|Release||2020 (English), 2019 (Korean)|
|Genre||Comedy, Drama, Romance, Slice of Life,|
Summary of To Love Your Enemy
Having mastered the art of lying her way through life, Yeonhee Bae has vowed to leave her past behind and make a fresh start for herself by going to college at 24.
But when she runs into someone who knows a secret from her past that could completely ruin her reputation, her hopes for a perfect life suddenly start to crumble.
Amidst college gossip, crushes, and jealousy, can the two set aside their differences and embrace each other for who they really are?
This story is quite funny. Our protagonist Yeonhee Bae starts college after basically working at a scam company. She’s immediately zeroed in by a classmate, whose mom was scammed by this company.
The intense staring eventually leads to rumours about their relationship. Eventually the two end up falling for each other, but like most of these stories the confessions are dragged out.
Of course, Yeonhee Bae’s life is being filled with hardships she had to overcome. The fact she keeps running into a person who initially hates her doesn’t exactly help, but it adds to the fun for us.
Overall the story isn’t unique in any sense but it’s still hilarious and a good read. It left me chuckling several times. It doesn’t hurt that the art is really good, as well. And the build-up between the characters is pretty decent, as well.