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From Tokyopop: Dabin Choi is the daughter of Seoul's most powerful crime boss, and daddy's little girl has the hots for Eugene, the son of one of her father's 'friends'. There's just one problem: Eugene isn't into Dabin. In fact, he thinks of her more like a little sister. (The kiss of death!) To make matters worse, Dabin's new classmate is none other than the son of her father's long-time rival. Soon, everyone at school begins playing power games that would make their fathers proud!
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It never resolved the love triangle... I felt pretty down about that. I thought for sure she would end up with the rival but instead it was just leftunresolved or ambigious. Im starting to dislike korean romance.... They put all the effort in the comedy and leave the actual plot as scondary.
overall it's a light read and very entertaining
first 3 volumes were great, funny and entertaining I admit. I even had my auntie from US bought me the whole set. however, i wud love it if the author showed a bit more of shihu-dabin scenes at the end. The ending was soooo vague. What happened to eugene? to dabin's and shihu's family? yea, the ending was kind of rushed. nevertheless, il give it a 9 coz it warmed my heart at least and I fell in love with shihu's character. ^^
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WHAT The hell... the story ending was crappy it was not even shows the rest of the story felt like the author the gave up half way will first kind of just drags the story with the main girls love interest pretty boy but the romance with Sihoo never took place only the last sidestory was ok....
btw Sihoo looked really hot with the flat hair ^o^ in the end..
took me forever to complete, but it was a nice little read. i wish they would've showed more of the characters future selves in the end though.. read it (:
Waste of time
Damn tedious waste of time if you ask me. At first I thought it was going to be great because I found it entertaining and I thought I knew where the romance was going. But in the end it just got more and more annoying because of her relentless obsession with that unappealing Eugene bloke and then I'm not even sure what happened at the end. Did she get together with someone? It kinda looked like she didn't pick either. And any side stories or love interests with other characters were just boring and I had to skip my way through about three volumes in the end just because I was getting frustrated. Nice art and an ok read, I do not however recommend this manga.
... Last updated on March 8th, 2011, 11:12am
Mindless in the way that it took me a bit to realize that I had indeed read it -- and I only read it a couple of days ago. Looking back it makes me think of having the TV on in the background where a couple of days later, you can't remember the plot.
The thing that stands out the most to me is that the dialogue is kinda strange. It reads rather like a narration, and all the sentences are pretty lengthy. This might be a translation thing. That said, though, it's not bad. But there just isn't a lot to say about it.
For some reason, I cannot stop myself from reading this. I kept going back to Noir every week and check for updates >__< ...the main guy is good looking and Dabin is simply funny! I like her spirit and expression, plus the way she bullies the Myung
Funny dialogs- kudos to the tls
I have to say HATS OFF TO MLFS, the translated bits make the jokes so funny, the translator is something. Never saw someone interpret the jokes and dialogs/one liners so skilfully. This is the exact thing that makes this manga so readable.
well..the storyline is tad predictable..throw in some restrictions, yakuza-action and a few pretty boys and you get a light-hearted, flufffy romance-comedy! Oh ya, did I mention that the main character sure knows how to kick some ass?!