What happens when you take a good, long look and realize that your boyfriend is prettier that you? And what happens when you go to a high school with so few girls that you're considered a goddess? But then again, your pretty boyfriend is also attending the same school...
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Ah, my first introduction to webtoons. A weird start, but it tourn out different and good! The only con I give is that, as other user said, is drag for way too long. I should've ended in chapter 50/60 or so. It became pretty stupid after
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discovering that the violet hair guy is rich, and her mother doesn't want them together.
So, I gave it an 8, but because of the last 50 chapters, it gets a 6.
... Last updated on August 16th, 2017, 12:46pm
Bland story with forgettable characters
Recently completed reading the entire series over the last few months. The MCs don't really improve much from the beginning but at least one of them realize their relationship was unhealthy. I feel like a lot of the side stories weren't resolved other than last minute change of heart decisions.
Starts off good but drags on way too long
I tried this webtoon once and stopped after a few chapters because the heroine was so annoying. Keep going! Like other commenters say by chapter 15 you see more dimensions of the characters. But really I think this webtoon should have ended by chapter 50 or something, beyond that it's just annoying stereotypical drama and isn't done very well. If it ended earlier this would be a 10.
Webcomic or Korean drama? That's the question
I really like this manhwa, although at first it seems as if they just took scenes directly from a Korean drama and redrew it. The art style is pretty good. The characters aren't perfect, even in real-life people aren't perfect so I find this a pro rather than a con. The plot twists aren't predictable, the author is good at doing that. It gets really cute at times, but also gets frustrating from the drama.
(This should totally become a drama)
... Last updated on April 23rd, 2016, 10:34pm
I hated it
I quickly lost interest in this manhwa or webtoon, it was super boring and confusing. And OH MY GOD the female lead is so annoying, I dislike everything about this webtoon
Everything cliche about Korean drama, you can find it here
I started this after surprised by how good Lookism is. Both revolves about good looks and since I was captured by how well Lookism utilizing "looks" in developing the main character's personality and world view, that's not the case in this series
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Ah, Strawberry. A 'cutie' with horrible personality that adored by everyone on the school she dwell in. Turned out that she got 'dark past' and she completely crushed and end up bullied because of that (LOL don't you guys just love it. 'tragic' heroine my oh my hahahahaha. To me that trivial past just seems like an excuse to make reader to forgive her 'sins'). Her personality is anything but consistency. Shy when still fat, explosive and arrogant at earlier chapter, calm and "wise' at the later chapter. That's not character development, that changing the heroine completely. Bullying huh? Really? To me it seems like that only used to enhance a "damsel in distress" status on her. Nothing else. Bullying? Ha! that's like 2-3 chapter or what?
Ah Walnut, the ultimate prince TAILORED just for the main heroine. He's handsome and manly. Horray. Girls, shout it out: KYAAAAAAA He start allergic to 'woman'. Horray to no cheating. Main heroine cure her Horray. grand prize confirmed Reveled later that he's actually a heir of the super rich family and he lied to teh heroine before cause he don't want to be judged (LOLOLOL so he's allergic to woman when he lied before *cough* hypocrite *cough* well 'played' *cough* pick up artist in disguise *cough* it's fine's he's hensem *cough*), Horray to grand prize. When I say grand prize, I mean GRAND PRIZE. LOOOOOOOOL After he extabilish a stable relationship with the heroine and revealed that he's actually the 'heir', he suddenly have to spend some time away from her. To add antagonistic situation, his family somewhat against their relationship. WHAAAATTT? "I DON'T SEE THAT COMING" hahaha Don't you guys just love him? LOLOLOLOL
Mandarin, the 'ultimate' (pfffft) antagonist. Yandere tier clinginess + a guy. Just plain creepy, nothing else. Dislike the 'prince' but barely able to compete with him in every criteria. Just say it; money, manliness, romance, (Yeah right, we need to ensure that the prince will definitely win LOL. Couldn't be more obvious) Don't you guys just hate him? LOLOL I haven't seen a more obvious villain that destined, designed, tailored to lose. You see, even a villain that got obvious title as "demon king" could give a nice surprise counter attack whether it's verbally or through fist. He's just...................a goblin tier last boss.What is this? Kid mode? Not even Easy? There's no contest from the very start, the prince's position is already firmly established. Even his 'admirer' is a guy, I already see the ending.
Cherry, she just seems like a convenient tool that can be either antagonist or protagonist.
Creative? Hardly. Rich prince, tragic heroine, loser villain. What's so mind blowing about that? A prince fighting a goblin to won over a damsel in distress. Usually it's up to Demon king level but this is just on such a mob feeder level. Unusual? Yes in a bad way. Even kids story from 500 years ago no longer tell story in such obvious manner.
Very cheap and obvious series, You haven't seen the bottom of bad storytelling and characterization before you see this one.
... Last updated on January 3rd, 2016, 5:57am
This webtoon (?) starts out basically in gag/WTF is happening mode. I've dropped it before, but this time I read through a few more chapters. We start actually understanding what is happening and why the characters are behaving in these ways by chapter 20, I think, and I think it does a good job of telling a dramatic story without excusing all logic. There is no sudden character change to rapist. No important person suddenly dying of cancer. I can appreciate this. I actually really like this webtoon's MC. She's got flaws (a lot of them, actually), but she isn't afraid to say what she wants the majority of the time, and can stand up for herself. As we see her backstory and her friendships develop, I think that she ends up being an admirable character. She's not a goody-two shoes (think Lime's sister), or some sort of anti-heroine. I think for people who aren't prone to seeing black/white or have enough life experience, she's a pretty likable character. To address a previous comment about her, I honestly don't think you've properly understood what happened. Really. Despite the light-comedic nature of this webtoon, it does touch upon serious issues, like real-life responsibility, abusive relationships, infidelity, self-confidence, and mental illness. There are moments that some of us well-read shoujo readers will say, "I have a bad feeling about this..." but despite the admittedly hundreds of shoujo manga I've read, but I have to say, I've been pleasantly surprised. Every one of these characters' actions has implications, some more disturbing than others. There is no magic forgetting of things people have done.
So I thought this was going to be a cliched series (high school setup with popular mean girls and bad boys, etc.) but it was a pleasant surprise not just for the story but for the characters as well. Like what the previous reviews said, the series starts to pick up at around Chapter 15 and from there, I'm already binge reading. Don't miss out on this great series!
Reminds me of cheese in the trap
Still reading the manga, will update this comment later. But so far it's an interesting story made so by the intriguing characters. My initial reaction to the cover, the harem tag, and even the summary was, this manga would be good to read as fluff (which I enjoy when the situation calls for it), however as this story progresses, my initial impression was blown away to dust. The characters in the story are well rounded, and have both their good and bad sides. There is a hint of mystery that compells the reader to read on the story. But most of all the main characters with their psychological issues and complexities is really the winning point in this manga.
It's pretty good....
Get ready for a rollercoast of feels. Especially when you're trying to so hard cheer the girl protagonist and then psychoness just happens. It started out as a comedy and went down really REALLY fast (man, that unhealthy relationship....) Still, it's my favorite and I blazed through 54 chapters of it. Just as long it doesn't have any cliches, like someone get amnesia, I'll be happy how it turns out (even though....psychos....)