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A girl comes back to her birthplace and she kisses a guy who she hasn't seen for 7 years! And that guy happens to be the most popular guy in school! The guys and girls all love his looks! What trouble awaits her at school?!


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لا تلمسني
건드리지 마!
Don't Touch Me

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v.5 c.25 (end) by Evil Flowers (1383d ago)
v.5 c.24 by Evil Flowers (1384d ago)
v.5 c.23 by Evil Flowers (1387d ago)
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5 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 7.5 / 10.0 (231 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.42 / 10.0
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Funny but Tiring.   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by moonmystery
June 23rd, 2014, 10:18pm
see my title.

But indeed, it was hilarious. And I laughed at our heroine's tragedies. I'm so bad... but yeah, it got tiring after a while.
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Rating: N/A
by ashi
August 4th, 2012, 6:02pm
It's a light and funny manwha. If you don't take it seriously and don't try to make sense of it, you'll have a really good time reading it... it's like the last comment says... H I L A R I O U S.
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Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by bebelala-chan
March 30th, 2012, 10:46pm
I gave an 8 cause this manga really made me rofl. like literally. I can't remember the last time I had this fun on reading a manga. Usually I read Tragic Stories but still I give this one a try.

Anyway. Art is tolerable. Story? Weird but it'll keep you interested. Characters? ALIENS :>
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Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by keristars
January 13th, 2012, 11:52pm
I can't say I loved this manwha. I kept saying "okay, I'll give it *one* more chance, just one more chapter, and if it still sucks, I'll quit". and it kept bewildering me with the awfulness, but i kept reading, all the way to the end. I kind of had the idea that it was a parody/deconstruction of manwha/manga tropes (and then reading the comments here solidified that idea), but just because it's a parody doesn't mean I have to enjoy it. I mean, "Papillon" is a parody of sorts, but it has a completely different tone.

Ultimately, I have to say that "Don't Touch Me" isn't really amazing or anything, but dang did I find it hard to put down!
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Definitely a 10+ manga   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by socru
September 11th, 2011, 7:58am
It's the first one to actually make me laugh in a very long time. Stories were great and funny, and artwork was great. Halfway it actually turns into almost a mistery. I guess the best thing I did today was to read this.
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Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by cherrykookie
May 28th, 2011, 1:55am
i had higher expectations from this since i enjoyed this I wish, by the same artist, which is my favorite manhwa. The beginning was interesting but other than that i was disappointed.
Its funny, but excess and over exaggerated, sort of like the mangas love attack and girl got game. This part ruined the manhwa and made it very unrealistic. Also, the two main characters are incredibly dense to the point where their personalities are flat..On top of that i didn't like the emphasis on 'face' and looks.. very shallow and obsessed with face and looks...probably every chapter had something about looks.
Other than that, this is a very average borderline awful read. If you like Hwang Mi Ri's works, then you will probably like this.

... Last updated on May 28th, 2011, 1:59am
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hmmm >_>   
Rating: N/A
by lily_kitty15
May 1st, 2011, 11:34am
not that grate i expected more better nothing made the story feel that tiny bit real in most parts
like the guy to have the prettiest face
the guy to be dinced about love
whats with the curse at the end that too at the end i mean it should have been some where in chapter 12 or something nothing happens to the girl until they learn about the curse and once the curse thing comes out she starts to get in some crappy accidents

the other thing annoying was that i hate in stories is the girl thinks everyone likes her or something
that just so lame.
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Pretty funny and interesting   
Rating: 7.5 / 10.0
by Celianna
March 16th, 2011, 5:06pm
You can always tell when you're reading a manwha, and not a manga. The girl main character with long wavy hair, and huge sparkling eyes. The love interest with a pointy chin that could stab someone's heart and big sparkly eyes as well. Then of course, you can't help but notice that everyone seems to be involved with some kind of gang, or bullying - and the fanclubs.

And that's when you notice Don't Touch Me! is a parody of all those other manwha's out there that are exactly like that - but take themselves far too serious. In later chapters, it now deconstructs the tropes found in this manwha, which makes for an interesting read. So the earlier chapters are parody, and can probably make you laugh a few times, and the later chapters will try to deconstruct these parodies and give a real world spin to them.

The Manwha is about a girl named Mirang, who as a little kid, always used to bully a boy who was friends with her brother. Because he took her brother's time away from her, she hated him, and bullied him. She hit him, threw rocks at him - awful stuff. But the boy named Won would always say it didn't irritate him, it didn't bother him, it didn't hurt - and that pissed her off. Later on she moves away, and comes back 7 years later, where she sees he has grown up way taller than she has. She notes he has a weird looking face, when previously he had a cute face and she promptly starts to make fun of him again, even hitting him again. Won again says it doesn't irritate him, and Mirang faithfully noted that even though he grew up, he was still the same Won - and she liked it.

The heart of the story is about Won's face. Won apparently grew up looking hotter than the hottest guy on earth. This made people (men and women alike) fawn over him, and get into fights over who would approach him first, or date him, or touch him etc. Eventually they all decided to never touch Won, so that they could all stop fighting, and the fanclubs were born. Because everyone started to avoid him, Won begins to think his face is ugly, and decides to cover up half his face with a scarf to not make people so uncomfortable around him.

Funny thing is, Mirang will gleefully note his face makes her laugh, something she considers a great compliment because her ideal man is a comedian who makes her laugh - but to Won it's like a stab at his worst insecurity; his face is so ugly it makes her laugh. That's where most of the humour comes from.

Don't Touch Me is about Mirang liking Won and trying to get him to like her back as well, while the plot will deal with Won's pretty face and his overly obsessed fanclub with him. In later chapters this gets deconstructed and adds just the tiniest bit of realism to it.

It's a funny story, a parody really, with likable characters and charm to it. It's not to be taken serious, and it doesn't pretend to be anything different - which is why I like it. Give it a try and read the first 10 or so chapters, if you found you still don't like it, then it's not for you.

... Last updated on March 16th, 2011, 5:09pm
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Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by qiqi92sg
January 1st, 2011, 8:41am
Ok, so the art was always terrible
But the storyline hooked me at the start. The characters and storyline were really original
But after the two main characters started going out, things went downhill, with alot of WTH-inducing moments
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I think it's a satire of Manwha cliches.   
Rating: 8.5 / 10.0
by omenivorous
May 4th, 2010, 3:59am
There are many cliches used for comedic effect and yet somehow the more I read it the more I like this manwha. It makes me like something I normally would not like or think little of, and to me that is a special quality. Most of the characters have bad personalities and yet the manwhaka adds just enough extra touches to make them sympathetic and charming. Even in the most absurd situations, the feelings of the characters are still heartwarming.

At this point I've read through chapter 5 and I think this is where I am beginning to like it. I was somewhat bothered in the beginning because this manwha combines what I think are cliches specific to korea, (somehow jjangs are everywhere, people get offended by the slightest hint of disrespect while at the same time regarding anyone but themselves as trash, idolization of popular kids to astronomical degrees, [particularly shown by the fanclubs,] ridiculous amounts of angst caused only by pride and indecision, and many more, but the more I read, the more I realize that they are so over the top that the author has used them for comedy and to poke fun at how prevalent the cliches have become.

Cliches like those cause me to generally avoid manwha, but here it seems like the author throws them into a big pot and lets them stew and somehow what comes out is delicious and hilarious. After five chapters the only conclusion I can come to is that it is a satire, and each page reinforces that assumption.

This manwha uses a lot of the things I like about manwha and a bit of good storytelling to make fun of all the things I hate about manwha. Although some of the general situations may not be original, I think they are used only as much as is inevitable in order to parody them. With that taken into account I think the characters still have original personalities, and that "their story" itself feels original and not formulaic.
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