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Vibration Life  
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Description
Haeyoon Suh is a scrappy, cute 18-year-old who's attached at the hip to the slick Sungmoo Kang. Sungmoo, the easygoing, compassionate and carefree best friend of Haeyoon's brother, Haeil, has always been the person Haeyoon turns to. For everything. Ever since they were children, Sungmoo's been there to comfort Haeyoon when Haeil goes into overdrive with the discipline, but as the years wore on, the three boys have grown apart. With Sungmoo trying to keep the conflicted Haeyoon at arm's length, Haeyoon can't help but feel his heart breaking. Just when things couldn't get worse, Wooje Kim, the school bad-ass, has set his sights on Haeyoon...

Type
Manhwa

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Status in Country of Origin
4 Chapters (Hiatus)

Completely Scanlated?
No

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User Rating
Average: 9.1 / 10.0 (59 votes)
Bayesian Average: 8.28 / 10.0
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Last Updated
October 30th 2013, 3:14am PST


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Year
2007

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Licensed (in English)
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Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #1025 increased(+239)
Monthly Pos #1657 increased(+359)
3 Month Pos #2985 increased(+485)
6 Month Pos #4356 decreased(-210)

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On 244 reading lists
On 270 wish lists
On 10 unfinished lists
On 85 custom lists

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love this...   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by aoi0101
December 4th, 2010, 2:36pm
this manhwa is really great. the art, the story, everything! it's just... i read it up until ch4 and it was the deadly total cliffhanger. i really want to read the continuation of this manga!
ch4 is alright to be the ending but... i just feel sooooo unsatisfied!! in other word, it was all like "DAMN!"
but still, the story and art is a real good one. i really recommend it. just hope that the author will pick this manga again.
conclusion : it's the same for all who read this one. our wish is --> PLEASE JUST FINISH THIS MANHWA!! (i'm dying to read the next chapter TT_TT)

... Last updated on December 4th, 2010, 2:37pm
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Must-Read   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by goal
April 6th, 2010, 4:24am
I would even call this a oneshot. It has four chapters, but every chapter is around 10-13 pages. So it's a short read. On top of that it is incomplete and we don't know if the author will ever complete it. Although I sure as hell would like to see this completed. There are so many things that I am dying to know.
So yes, this is incomplete with many unanswered questions. When you are done reading you will be left with many confusedconfused and would want the author to finish this (just like I and the readers who left comments felt).
But I still urge you to read this because it is very well drawn, has a gripping plot, you don't know what's really going on in terms or under-hidden feelings and agendas or who will end up with who. A rewarding and exciting read. Very rare!!

I give it 9 only because it left me unsatisfied and wanting more and frustrated because I don't know what to do about it : )

... Last updated on April 6th, 2010, 4:26am
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Delicious.   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by ilovetoast
April 15th, 2009, 2:29pm
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The art is sensational - as to be expected from S-Kun. And in contrary to what brid said, I think that the ending isnt too painful. In other words, the current "ending" (at chapter 4) can be thought of as an ending - one of those that leave the rest to the imagination of the reader. I actually like this ending as it would be different than the usual ending - of the two main characters getting together in the end.

Possible interpretation of ending: Instead of Haeyoon and Sungmoo getting together at the end, Sungmoo is seen with another woman (not unlike him) and Haeyoon ventures off with a boy closer to his age (a relationship that could definitely blossom into something more). Although Haeyoon and Sungmoo's own relationship was beautiful (oh so beautiful), I like to think of it as a bittersweet ending.

OR

Their relationship could be seen as an open one: Sungmoo does sleep with another woman and even lies to Haeyoon about it, and it is implied that Haeyoon tries 'sex' with the classmate. Still, it is to be believed that they are still involved in a relationship (even at the end) because of their emotional attachment to one another.

OR

The art is sensational - as to be expected from S-Kun. And in contrary to what brid said, I think that the ending isnt too painful. In other words, the current "ending" (at chapter 4) can be thought of as an ending - one of those that leave the rest to the imagination of the reader. I actually like this ending as it would be different than the usual ending - of the two main characters getting together in the end.


Possible interpretation of ending: Instead of Haeyoon and Sungmoo getting together at the end, Sungmoo is seen with another woman (not unlike him) and Haeyoon ventures off with a boy closer to his age (a relationship that could definitely blossom into something more). Although Haeyoon and Sungmoo's own relationship was beautiful (oh so beautiful), I like to think of it as a bittersweet ending.

OR

You can think up of your own interpretation, reasonings, etc.


I dont know, I kind of like the 'ending'. (Of course, it may simply be from the fact that Sungmoo experiences what it's like to find out his lover slept with someone else - like a revenge for when Haeyoon found out Sungmoo was with another woman - and the fact that Sungmoo finds out in the morning as the woman cleans up and leaves makes it more sweeter). So the "lack of a proper ending" definitely shouldnt be a reason not to even look at the manhwa. If you have a problem with Net Comics, take it to them, dont discourage others from reading <_<.


... Last updated on April 15th, 2009, 2:46pm
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art is superb, the story pacing is too   
Rating: N/A
by xono
March 16th, 2009, 7:58pm
This is my first Doujinshi read and I am not disappointed. The art is simply amazing. The story is too. I am up to vol 1 c4 but this is addicting. I wish there will be more scanlations available or hopefully some scanlators will pick up this and continue. it's a shame to discontinue this manhwa.
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>_<   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by brid
August 14th, 2008, 3:39am
I'm so angry at Net Comics right now, I can hardly believe it. You see, I've gotten quite addicted to this series and wanted to get more information on it, so I visited S-Kun's website (http://s-kun.net/ ). According to the website, Net Comics has published everything that has been written for Vibration Life. And it has been a year since the last release. Yes, that's right: as of this moment, the series does not, and may not ever, extend beyond chapter four.

Vibration Life is being published as a donginji (doujinshi), so each "chapter" is actually a different doujinshi volume. The last published book (volume three, Net Comics chapter four--book one appears to have been split into two chapters) was released in October of 2007. Given that it's been nearly a YEAR since the last publication, how likely are we to see the next chapter anytime soon? And how likely are we to see the end of the series (if we ever do) anytime soon?

I feel totally jerked around by Net Comics and can't understand why they would license a series whose future completion is highly in doubt. With so many other mangas/manhwas out there, why even think twice about a something that isn't even half-finished (and may never be)? WHY?

I HIGHLY urge people to stay away from this one unless the author starts working on it again. Otherwise, you'll be wasting your time and will end up feeling just as frustrated and angry as I do right now.

I'm giving this one a high rating because what has been written so far is quite good (which only adds to the frustration of wanting more but knowing you won't get it). The art is appealing, the characters are written with distinct personalities, and the plot keeps you interested and leaves you wondering what will happen next. Wooje is charming in a confused, messed-up teenager way, and you get the sense that both he and Haeyoon are misfits (in different ways), which contrasts nicely to the brash over-confidence of the two older guys (Sungmoo and Haeil). I think if Haeyoon ever decides to let go of the manipulative Sungmoo and open his heart to Wooje, it could be something genuinely beautiful to see.

That is, if it ever gets published.

... Last updated on August 15th, 2008, 7:05pm
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