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Totally Captivated Volume 2 (v. 2) Paperback – Illustrated, October 17, 2017
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Ewon is a 23 year old college student and Mookyul is his super hot and vicious gangster boss. Book 2 returns us to the story right where book one left off. Ewon is in the bathroom checking out the bite marks inflicted by a drunken (and now passed out) Mookyul. That's when he runs into Byungsoo, a homophobic jerk who also works for Mookyul. Byungsoo convinces Ewon to let him handle the Boss' bank account so that he can "borrow" some money without anyone knowing about it. Ewon reluctantly agrees and that's where all the trouble starts again. Add to that a run in with the Big Boss who has a suspiciously close relationship with Mookyul and a surprise from the past and you've got the plot of book 2. In book one Ewon started wondering why Mookyul seemed familiar to him. This is when we find out why that is. The surprise gave me a good chuckle. It's also strangely touching and added a nice depth to Mookyul's otherwise fierce character. Book 2 also steps up Mookyul's pursuit of Ewon. Their arguments alone are worth the price of the book.
A word of warning as well, there aren't any "smutty" parts in book 2 but that was fine with me. There is an emphasis on character development and plot instead. The dialogue is lively and engaging especially between Mookyul and Ewon. I love all of the characters even the minor ones. The art is consistently good. The men are beautiful without being girly and they are easily told apart. The humor and back story is much appreciated. There is also a healthy sprinkling of super deformed illustrations which are definitely suited to Ewon's bubbly (but still manly) personality. Ewon is definitely no whining, crying girly man. He may be fun and perky but he can hold his own even in the increased violence of book 2.
Oh and once again please note that this is a Korean manhwa so it reads from left to right. It's not Japanese style right/left.