Title: It's Lovely to see You
Criticism: It's been awhile, but here comes the stick~
There's not much to comment on since nothing has happened yet, so I'll just state a few things I had in mind.
In comics—Manhwa, manhua, or manga—the first thing I notice with these types of genres on their first chapters(not including the prologue) is the initial panel introducing the main character.
It's what drags the readers in, and also introduces the author's art style. It's the first thing that would decide for the reader, "Should I read this or not?" because more often than not, titles like these move at a slow pace, hence, what would keep the reader's interest would mostly be the art.
Cool, quirky, eccentric, timid, comedic—usually, what follows the introductory panel would be the author's portrayal of the main character's personality. Whether through incorporating them into a meme, a joke, or a passage from the plot.
The first thing I'd hoped to see in your first episode was this introductory panel.
You can skimp on backgrounds, but not too much. Do so on close-up shots, but during wide shots, I hoped I could see the setting more.
Your episodes are too short. At least include a quarter of a chapter into an episode. I get that we want constant exposure on the update feed and that this would benefit you right now, but in the foreseeable future—readers would find it tedious to keep receiving constant updates only to find a few panels of short dialogue.
How would you like it if you had to watch your favorite series a minute every day? As a reader, having your attention suddenly cut repeatedly would make you lost interest. If not now, then it would surely happen in the future.
Only comics with stories confined within a single page would thrive with this kind of approach.
I speak of these things from my own opinion and with influence from previous research. So you may take it with a grain of salt.
Compliments: You've got your formatting and pacing down, no issues there. Although I don't think there's much else to say, as the story is just beginning.
Dessert: You're just at the starting line, you don't need to rush yourself. There's lots of room for improvement. I hope you take some time and work on some of what I said. I look forward to seeing your growth.