Wow, another web drama! I can’t believe how many web dramas I’ve seen in 2015! Too many! And this time, Lily Fever came knocking on my watch with a lesbian theme. Wow, I’m impressed that the Koreans are heading towards homosexual route! I can’t say how widely this drama was publicized but I really am curious to know their opinions. Does it matter? Well, of course! Lily Fever is ultimately a test drama to see how this topic is accepted in SK. I know Koreans are religious. And some of us are, too!This 9-episode web drama was short. I completed the series in under 30 minutes. I can’t say it was fun though… It’s not that I’m not comfortable with a lesbian theme drama but the way the story was presented to the audience was messy and lacking details. Seriously I cannot understand the motive behind Se Rang. Was she experimenting or simply bored? Was she acting or sincerely genuine with her feeling towards …? What’s her name? Kyung Ju!Right now, I really applauded the PD and writer for exploring this issue but I really cannot recommend this web drama to my readers. The story was so unstructured and it frustrated me. And I kept comparing it to Transit Girls! *slaps herself* Lily Fever lost me from the beginning to the end. I was able to follow some but not all. This is just too bad… I want to like it! *sigh* Sorry Lily Fever, it’s a thumb down from me.