James Betsalel’s review published on Letterboxd:
Damn Korean films love those sharp tonal shifts. The first 2/3's of this movie is your typical raunchy college-themed boner comedy. A constant stream of juvenile jokes about pranking buddies with sodomy or crazy/hot women hijinks, although this one actress has the best crazy face I've ever seen and I lost it every scene she was in. They land to varying degrees of success and are loosely tied together by the thinnest of plots. But then shit gets real at the drop of a hat and turns into like a heavy drama involving living with rape trauma and not a gag to be found for over 30 min. I didn't know what or how to feel but I kind of want to see the first one.