'He feels very guilty and decides to die for her" how does that help anything? these kinds of developments make the story seem like the plot of a bad korean soap. "She was also hurting herself because she didn't even like parties. The fans were like the MC is becoming stupid thanks to the Ml." yeah.. this sadly happens a lot when 'romance" is being portrayed from the view point of a female mc. they become super clingy and over emotional as soon as they fall in love, any character development they may have gone through, before that point gets thrown out the window as they become frustratingly indecisive, they sit and wallow in their own self pity while obsessing over the ml, they also make a lot of impulsive, irrational, self destructive decisions where the outcome is basically that they only end up hurting themselves.. but when its a male lead in an isekai story? oh boii.. he becomes a true "man" in every sense of the word. courageously slays the dragon and saves his waifuu and everyone celebrates him as a badass kind of sends the message that woman become weaker after they fall in love, but men go through a sort of evolution because of it, becoming something more then what they once were. this trend within romances seems kind of sexist. sorry went off an a tangent there.. I'm currently reading "my fiance fell in love with my younger sister" the mc fits into what I was describing on some accounts. the whole story is one pit of deep deep despair... anyways I can see now why fans would be frustrated with the main couple with it being drawn out an angsty. hopefully the webtoon will handle things differently this time around. I still like the story.