In the space of a single chapter, half the cast was killed off and the existing plot was thrown right the fuck out the window, and the existing conflict which was actually pretty interesting and had been developed for like seventy chapters was just flushed down the toilet and replaced with a totally different and way less interesting one that was barely alluded to up until this point. I was so goddamn mad, I didn't even read the last 2-3 chapters of 'part one' - and since the scanlation group broke up shortly thereafter, I have no idea if 'part two' ever even happened in Korea.
The only consolation was that for one character, it was actually fantastic development - but that doesn't justify blowing the whole rest of the damn series up. I'm still so goddamn mad, god damn.
>>92221 Freezing is basically just skeevy rape porn for otaku, it has no redeeming features. I agree with you that happens to be the most dramatic example of why its so shitty but at the same time its only slightly surprising that the writer would do that.