The Unwanted Roommate season 2: It was a short yet cliche-like good story. Give it a try if you like vanilla and tsundere-type FMC and your typical MC relationship.
Summary: I had no choice but to take in my friend’s younger sister since she needed a place to stay. She doesn’t even pay the rent, let alone pitch in with any of the chores around the house. This is not right at all!
TUR is worth a read, and it’s probably one of my favorites from the past few years. It has everything you would want in a manga, including great art and cute girls!
If you are into stuff like ‘Live Together’, ‘My Kingdom’ and ‘Rain Curtain’ then I think that you will end up enjoying this too.
The Unwanted Roommate: Will There Be a Season 2 or Chapter 20?
Will there be a Season 2 or Chapter 20? There absolutely will not be any new seasons or new chapters for this manga, as the original creator stated, “No more continues and the last chapter is 19. However, the creator is working on a new manga project which will be more interesting than this (change wife). Stay tuned, we’ll publish the release date once or before the project is finished.
The Unwanted Roommate Review and Recap
The narrative is not going to win any awards for its writing and is fairly typical of the genre in which it is found. However, it is adequate for the task for which it was designed and accomplishes what it set out to do satisfactorily. It’s nothing special, so if that’s not your thing, you might want to seek elsewhere if you want something more exciting.
The art style used in “The Unwanted Roommate” is decent, although it isn’t very impressive. And there is no aspect that is disproportionately large. I enjoy the aesthetic, but I can see how others would find it to be overly simplistic for their preferences.
The characters are likeable, but it’s possible that you won’t develop romantic feelings for any of them. If this is the primary reason that you read manhwa, then you probably shouldn’t be reading this particular one.
The Unwanted Roommate is a book that is definitely worth reading, and there is more than enough content in it to keep you entertained for quite some time. I would say that it is appropriate for any reader other than the most discriminating one, due to the fact that certain aspects of the plot and the characters lack a little bit of depth.