If you’re in the mood for a pick-me-up, I recommend reading Don’t Touch My Corn by farorange. It’s a fun read that’ll leave you smiling and laughing to yourself.
You have your usual suspects for the humorous high school kingka versus common girl setup: a hot but 4D Choi Seunghyun and an exasperated “just want to live a quiet life (eating and selling corn)” Park Bom who has to deal with said hot 4D kingka.
When I was younger, I always thought comedies were easier to write compared to tragedies and the rest of the lot, but as time went by, I came to realize how hard it is to develop effective comedic timing, chemistry between characters, and good rapport during funny arguments (among other characteristics commonly found in comedies). You can find these in Don’t Touch My Corn as Bom tries to reason with an ever so hard to understand Seunghyun (one moment he’s pursuing her for revenge, the next he’s acting sweet and supportive).
Here’s an excerpt from the prologue.