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Kooporasu e Youkoso


Alt Names: alt コーポラスへようこそalt 品尝你的温柔宠爱alt Corporasu e Youkosoalt Welcome to Our Apartment Blockalt Welcome to the Corporate House
Author: YAMAKAMI Riyu
Artist: YAMAKAMI Riyu
Genres: Comedy ComedyDrama DramaOneshot OneshotRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeSlice of Life Slice of LifeYaoi Yaoi
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
Description: Yamanobi Apartments have a story behind them: Anyone who lives there will gain something big, but lose something big as well. This is a collection of stories about the various tenants and their love lives.
Related series: Soshite Koi ni Naru
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The following content is intended for mature audiences and may contain sexual themes, gore, violence and/or strong language. Discretion is advised.


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1 Comments

Chapter one: I haven't read the other oneshots yet but that first story was SO. DAMN. CUTE.

It was really adorable. A wildly overused trope done so well I forgave all cliches. Recommended. ^^

 

Chapter two:

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Ehh, this story was okay. The main character was my complete opposite so I didn't find him particularly relatable, and relating to him seemed to be the main point of the oneshot; so I didn't enjoy it all that much. I imagine he'd be quite relatable for some though. His feelings were expressed very well. ^^

 

Chapter three: This lead was super relatable to me. Again, this story felt like it's main selling point was empathizing with the characters, so since I really related to him I guess the mangaka did a really good job. However, I have mixed feelings for this one. Put simply, the lead's way of dealing with things is completely different from what I would've done.

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Chapter four: I haven't got much to say for this oneshot. It has to be the worst of the bunch. The characters fell in love out of nowhere. Their love was shallow and they felt like cardboard cut-outs to me.


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