It’s interesting to see how foods can held such a specific memories from your past. That in some way shape up the person you are now.
I’m back. Yeah, another review. Webtoon month is not over yet. Shall we have dinner tonight is the latest webtoon I read this month and I’ve gotta say this is masterpiece for me. This is webtoon for everyone, there’s not too much drama and the best part is the food.
Do-hee Woo and Hae-Gyung Kim are both young and single, both of whom has a history of broken relationships in their past.
They meet one day while trying to enjoy a meal alone in the same restaurant, and they soon become friends who eat together every week.
But with each meal, their friendship deepens as they help each other to heal from the heartbreak they have suffered, and soon they have to redefine what they mean to each other.
Shall We Have Dinner Tonight?. Do-hee Woo and Hae-Gyung Kim are young and single, both with a history of broken relationships in the past. They meet in the same restaurant one day while trying to dine on their own and soon become friends who eat together every week.
I liked how the story progressed. It doesn’t feel rushed and the characters don’t seem superficial. Although I couldn’t completely relate to the circumstances that they were both in, I was somehow able to follow through them and understood a bit of why things ended up that way. I somehow witnessed the everyday goings-on in peoples lives by having read this.
“Shall We Have Dinner Tonight?” is a thoughtful love story, spinning the tale of two broken hearts that are brought together through food. I really liked how this manhwa was pretty laid back in relation to two people who have gone through a few breakups in their lives until they finally found themselves as “the ones”.
The best thing about the whole webtoon was the different lives the author showed of each characters bfore they met and the food, I mean the food is just looking so delicious that I’m literally drooling while reading it.
That’s the whole point of this webtoon: relationship building, or learning to find yourself with respect to your relationships with others. The pace is really slow because we’re exploring character development here, so there aren’t any crazy plot twists or anything of that sort. This webtoon is nice and slow.
You’ll find that the overall tone feels kind of melancholic and depressing. I realize it’s because both characters are “flawed” — and it’s nice the characters figure it out themselves too. I really appreciate the maturity of this story and its progression. It really makes you think about yourself and your relationships.
Food!!! Here’s your order, enjoy
This is a webtoon that I would recommend to everyone. The webtoon is filled 46 chapters of wonderfulness, so definetely give it a go especially if you like food and slice of life.
Thank you for reading.