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Description
Wild's High has a 42-year history as a fighting specialized, girls only, private high school meant solely for the elite. It is also the place that Wild's-League is held: the most popular event in the country and the only place in the world where teenage girls have brutal fights with their lives on the line.
One year the school changed from a girls only school to a mixed gender school. The only male student, Song Jae Gu, has been granted a full 3-year scholarship regardless of grades. Being someone who had to spend every moment either working or taking care of his younger brother and sister, he accepted.
But after meeting Queen, the bloody champion of Wild's-League, drenching her in coffee, calling her a monster, and getting caught seeing her while she was taking a shower... his scholarship could prove fatal.

Original Webtoon / Official English Version

Type
Manhwa

Related Series
N/A

Associated Names
Шальные девчонки
少女・ザ・ワイルズ
油腻的师姐
狂野少女
소녀 the Wild's
소녀더와일즈
Girl the Wild's
Girl's of the Wild's
Merginos iš Laukinės mokyklos
Shoujo of the Wild's

Groups Scanlating
LINE Webtoon
Manga Pirate
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Mangajoy
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Latest Release(s)
c.260 (end) by LINE Webtoon (329d ago)
c.259 by LINE Webtoon (336d ago)
c.258 by LINE Webtoon (343d ago)
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Status in Country of Origin
Season 1 - Chapters 1 - 204 (Complete)
Season 2 - Chapters 205 - 260 (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?
Yes

Anime Start/End Chapter
N/A

User Reviews
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Forum
2 topics, 14 posts
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User Rating
Average: 8 / 10.0 (1310 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.97 / 10.0
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Last Updated
November 10th 2016, 1:05pm PST


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Recommendations
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Year
2011

Original Publisher

Serialized In (magazine)
Naver Webtoon (Naver)

Licensed (in English)
Yes

English Publisher

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #474 increased(+140)
Monthly Pos #816 increased(+6)
3 Month Pos #982 increased(+50)
6 Month Pos #1004 decreased(-15)

List Stats
On 5146 reading lists
On 850 wish lists
On 911 completed lists
On 229 unfinished lists
On 573 custom lists

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Forum Posts
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This webtoon is GREAT.   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by ForteAtrox
January 12th, 2014, 5:39am
There is a ton of great things to say about this series and I know many people will agree with me but from reading some comments, there are people who turn their nose on the series without truly understanding it. So I thought I'd share my opinion about why this series is good and what makes it that good.

The art is amazing, I think everyone can admit that whether they like the series or not. Zhena is an artist that I greatly respect and admire~

The story is definitely interesting and what supports that is a great cast of characters. A lot of people might find the our hero to be annoying and get irritated with him in the beginning, I did as well but I can understand why his character and progress was slower than what we might have liked. Our hero holds many traumas that really diminishes his self confidence, some people might think his character development should have processed faster but let me just say, you don't gain confidence from starting a sport but rather by getting good at it. That is where we are now.
I would also like to say that ROMANCE IS NOT THE TRUE FOCUS OF THIS SERIES NOR IS THIS A MARTIAL ARTS FOCUSED SERIES. It's really surprising when people are disappointed because the webtoon didn't go into either way, the story of the series is its characters, their life, their interactions, and their development. Does that make it bad? Not at all, I find it more enjoyable that way, it's not just some typical martial arts series where random bad guys constantly show up with some half-assed background story then just drag on from there, this webtoon has a lot of substance and it has a lot to give. It still has a great amount of martial arts and the romance so far as been really just a lot of teasing but if you're like me and you have reread the entire series up to the latest chapter, you'd know this series still has a lot of story to tell. In fact 100 chapters in and it seems as if we've barely even reached the middle of it. It's honestly harder to see that if you read it week by week since the chapters are shorter now but if you look at it as a whole, this series has been playing out perfectly.
Another good thing about it is that Hun, the writer, knows how to juggle his characters well. I feel like a lot of the mistakes in a harem or martial arts series is when there's just too many characters, sometimes in that situation some characters are forgotten and things get muddled but in Girls of the Wild's things are balanced well.
This webtoon is by no means flawless but at the same time there aren't any major flaws either, in fact I find it hard to complain about much in the series but that's probably because I'm bias, kukuku.

This series is highly recommended and I suggest that you read it!!
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Better than Expected   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by ChildofSecrets
May 19th, 2012, 3:27am
(being a girl) I was a bit hesitant to read this because of the harem tag and cliched sounding plot-line (where an all girl's school becomes co-ed, only one guy ect.), which tends to become ridiculous and ecchi with a bunch of misunderstandings in the mix. (though there is a slight amount of the above...) However there is way more quality in this story than anticipated. First off, the male lead is weak but only because he struggles with internal conflicts. He is not exactly physically weak and I don't think he's mentally weak either. I actually really admire everything he goes through (though at first you may get annoyed at his passivity). It takes a lot to be bullied and let your pride go for the sake of responsibility, as well as fear and overcoming it. Bottom line, it goes more in depth with character than you'd think. Tension between other main female leads were also not bad (though they kind of die down when the plot starts to pick up unfortunately). I kind of don't care about romance much anymore because of this. I just want the main guy to kick some ass already).

Also, the art is fantastic. I've said this for a lot of series (because I'm usually picky) but this one is really good. I mean it. Evertything is to scale when in a detailed frame. And small details in the physique of the male lead hint at hidden strength. Also think the girls drawn are beautiful and gracefully strong (though it's not as realistic in terms of muscle because of their slenderness). But overall, both genders are drawn great.

... Last updated on May 19th, 2012, 3:49am
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Very enjoyable   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by philip72
October 24th, 2011, 10:21am
Charming story about a poor Cinder-fella who's attracting the attention of a strong and handsome princess.

Unless you're a heavily indoctrinated feminist studies major, consumed with a desire to view all tales through the po-mo funhouse mirrors of identity politics and gynocriticism, this is (so far) a story that is appealing to either sex and any age.
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Starts off strong, ends up.... Wrong.   
Rating: N/A
by [A]classfashionbunny
November 1st, 2016, 1:08am
The start is very, very good. Guy with multiple issues in life enters an ex-girls only school, takes up martial arts and goes to become strong and has some romantic interests appear.

At some point the story becomes stagnant. It's still "ok" to read, but there's no real progression happening, whether it be with story or character development. But it still passes.

The ending... I actually stopped reading the series at c221, so that I could binge read multiple chapters in one go. Now I've done so, all the way to the last chapter, and I have to say that if the early chapter quality was as awful as the ones I just read, I wouldn't have bothered following the series at all. It feels like the author tried to give the ending an "and so the life goes on" feeling, similar to what Crows and Worst have, but failed miserably at it. Ending seems rushed to the point that I wonder if the series got axed.

GotW deserved a better ending.
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Started out strong and went downhill until the end   
Rating: N/A
by masterbluekaynem
October 31st, 2016, 9:09am
English is not my first language so sorry if my grammar is a mess.

I started reading GotW when the very first few chapters was uploaded on a certain famous manga site. It was still a fan translation back then. That time, webtoons like this was not known, and as of this day, GotW bites the dust and I'm happy the ordeal ended and sad cause it had a potential to be better yet the author might not have seen it.

This webtoon started out strong. MC went to a former all girls turned coed school. He has issues, so it may annoy you at first, but don't worry, he'll have his fair share of character development.

This webtoon at first had a good balance of action and romance.. AT FIRST.... Sadly, author destroyed that balance by focusing more into the romance aspects(KDRAMA type of romance) of the plot which ruined the character development of the MC, which made the plot bad. It's like author got hooked into a kdrama series while in the middle of writing this and decided to introduce more romance and the result was awful. The fighting was gone for a lot of chapters, then author tried to insert an action scenes out of nowhere cause ya know, romance. It felt forced. After so many chapters, we got this half baked action scenes.

I have 3 reason to believe that this was axed because: First, the author ran out of ideas and is quite noticeable on chapters 200+, the drama was so heavy that it ruined further the mc's development on the beginning. Second is the last 4 or 5 chapters in naver was rated 3 or 4 starts consecutively for weeks. Yes, even the korean readera got fed up with the forced drama that happened at the end and this never happened to the series until author maybe secretly hated the MC, so author decided to fucked the MC further to the point of making the MC look stupid in the sense of "where the fck is your common sense?". Lastly, author went nuts.

If you asked me if i would recommend this series, then my answer ia YES and NO. Why? Yes because it started out great, had a good pacing of the story in like the first 100 chapters or so, and NO because you will be wasting your time if you don't like the blend of action and roman..- i mean heavy drama.

If you want to read this out of curiosity, i would advise you to stop reading it after the tournament arc, cause it went downhill so fast in just few chapters after the tournament arc, you'd realize you will be wasting your time if you force yourself to read this anymore.
It so sad that the author Introduced some characters that me and other readers believed If those characters had more screentime and got utilised properly in the story, it would make the webtoon better, sadly Those characters, especially best girl Wushu Girl, who has a potential to be a great character, was instead became a comic relief and author has forgotten her existence.
and a lot of characters who was prominent in the early arcs, was forgotten and the story focused on the romance of MC and girls for like 200 chapters. Imagine how dragged out the story became.

The ending was bland. Tho i noticed a lot of readers was glad it ended. That's how bad it became. Lol

If you want a good romance action/sports webtoon, then I'd recommend Green Boy.

... Last updated on October 31st, 2016, 9:18am
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The only harem manga/manhwa that i love and respect   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Kaitou21
July 23rd, 2013, 11:56am
This is truly an amazing fighting/romance manhwa its slow in the the first 15 chapters or so but really picks up afterwards, also the character development is amazing in the beginning we find that the protagonist is an incredibly weak MC who takes all the abuse given to him but later on learns to get over it and soon enough strengthens himself body and mind, those of you who decided to drop the manhwa in the first couple chapters because of the "pathetic" MC, rest assured, if you continue to read this series through you will love this fighting based harem manhwa

... Last updated on August 12th, 2013, 7:45pm
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Love It!   
Rating: N/A
by CinderMist
July 28th, 2012, 5:33pm
What can I say?
-Despite the 'all girls / one guy' school set up, it's not ecchi, and it's not a guy fawning over all the girls he could possibly have.
-You know he's also not going to clichely become the Number One fighter. I don't see any tired cliches in this manwha so far.
-Main character's story is so compelling that it made me tear up at one point.
-Amazing art - eye candy for the boys AND girls!
-I dearly hope that main character doesn't end up with Queen, but with the girl that's super cute and tries the hardest.
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So far... Chapter 51... I love it.   
Rating: N/A
by follybaby
August 8th, 2012, 6:57pm
I HATE mentally or physically weak male or female characters in anything that I'm reading. I think that anyone with a brain or muscle tissue should hone themselves to survive in their surroundings as necessary. Everyone has different situations, but if we want to survive in this game called life... we have to play.
With that said, the first time I read the summary of this manhwa... I was automatically turned off. I thought this would be so tasteless. One man. Many woman. Weak male, Strong women. I thought it was sure to be geared toward a young male audience, and worthless for me to read (not that ALL shounen genre are).
I was wrong.
I'm a very picky reader, and I am blown away, The beginning wasn't very good, but I'm really glad that I stuck it out. By the 17th chapter I was, without a doubt in my mind, going to read it to the end of whatever scanlation was available THAT NIGHT. And by the time that end came, I was like, "WHAT?! WHYYYYY?! Why must it end here?"
Needless to say, I will be catching each chapter as it comes out. End review. smile
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Dropped   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by yenda
March 21st, 2016, 4:51pm
It had it's moments but it just isn't worth my time anymore.
It wasn't bad, it just felt that a lot of events/plots/scenes just happened because the author decided it all of a sudden, and yes I do realize that that is what story writing is. Unfortunately, I asked myself what was the point of reading it and I couldn't find one, it's basically limbo in my head when I think of what I read so far. It was just not bringing me joy anymore.
So I say goodbye and good luck to those who wish to stick it out and enjoy it.

... Last updated on March 21st, 2016, 4:52pm
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Unique series: read this before you decide to start this series   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by eZaCx
January 31st, 2016, 10:36am
For those of you who hate it, and for those of you who love it, there is one undeniable fact. This series is unique. I, personally, love this webtoon because it portrays each character with incredible amount of detail, which you don't often see in many other series. The art is very well done, the humor is never forced and the plot is exciting. This series will even tug on your heart strings in the most unexpected scenarios. This, I now consider to be one of my favorite series out there because of how well everything is put together. From what I have seen, these are the following "critiques" that people have with this story:

1. Romance is bad: Let me explain something, this story isn't entirely just based on romance. If you are here for that, you should stop reading. I understand the male lead can be clueless about the 2 girls (which doesn't even really qualify this as a harem really), who like him, but almost all "actual" romance stories follow the same thing. It's only now that he has stepped up and shown his real feelings.

2. It's predicable: Also, not true, at all. People claim it follows the lose, train, win, get the girl formula, but I don't know what they have been reading. This story revolves around a weak boy, who even after training loses many battles. Surprisingly enough, after reading many sport stories, this has to be one of the most realistic. Now, (spoiler alert), he declines "wanting" the girl. There is nothing predictable about this series, and that's one reason I enjoy it so much. Proof of this, follow the comments below the webtoon on their naver site. Best example is from the latest chapters. People had NO idea that the events portrayed were going to happen.

3. It's stereotypical and cliche: Well no shit its stereotypical? It's about strong female leads who often get looked down on by males, which happens all the time in real life? Especially in the sports world? As for the series being cliche, how? Again, it brings back the predictability factor, this series doesn't portray the common male leads who train and become masters a few chapters down. I can't think of any major cliches in this series.

To each his/her own, I believe this series deserves more credit than it gets. For the haters, stop being so critical, and enjoy it. One day, this could easily become a hit animated series, which I am really hoping for.
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