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The "self bully" Ban has a normal enough life, and where divorced parents aren't that uncommon, her life becomes shadowed in mystery when her mother, Eun-Joo, suddenly brings their "distant relative" Jin-Whan home to live with them. Banís mother would always avoid the topic of her family, so who is this strange boy? Are they really relatives? What torturous secrets does her mother's past hold? And what do the sudden strange happens that follow in Jin-Whan's wake mean? Would a better question not be who is he, but what?
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I kept on reading it
I did keep on reading it but I hated it. Im the type to drop a manga straight away if I dont like it yet with this one I felt like I had to read it to the end. I liked it ish in a twisted way but reading this made me feel detached and you cant relate to any of the characters, just hate them and slightly pity them. Its over dramaticness made it dull.
I should hate this but I keep on reading
I don't know what to think... Does Jin-Whan like Ban, or her mother? I can't even berate him for choosing one or the other;
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the tragic story of a human woman who keeps growing even as her love remains unchanged; the tragic story of a young girl whose object of love is her mother's whole world. Should sound weird and lucridous, but is not.
This is a Peter-Pan story without the rose coloured lenses.
Oh, and of course everyone is selfish and vicious and you just can't help hate them... and can't stop reading this compelling story as it throws one angle at you after another.
If you want a light hearted romance, don't read this. But if you like psychological stories, emotional and dramatic ones, this is exactly what you'd want.
... Last updated on November 6th, 2013, 9:31am
GREAT!... at first
Started out strong. I expected this manhwa to centralize Ban's romantic development with Jin-Whan, but the plot twisted itself for the worse. This manhwa is not about romance anymore, it's just dark and depressing.
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This story get interesting update by update...
Turn out the daughter is a vampire (expected already but still quiet eye catching)
In the aspect of the feeling of Jin Wan, I guess he has feeling for the daughter but feel guilty for the mother.
Now, I don't know what's gonna happen to the daughter. Who she's going to resent. What ryun's plan to do with her. Arghhh... what a cliffhanger...
... Last updated on June 6th, 2013, 11:34pm
Sh!t...sorry, please excuse me :)
Please excuse me for a moment. Sh!t, this is so damn captivating. I told myself I'll read this in another day, yet I got what I deserved. I missed my afternoon nap! Damn bring back the time! No kidding. This manhwaga did it again. From the same author of Flowers of Evil and Seduction More Beautiful Than Love, this manhwaga's art and story are so compelling I can't put down or leave reading this manhwa. If you like manhwa, gorgeous art, mystery, or not even vampire...this may be for you...or simply just give it a shot.
... Last updated on April 23rd, 2013, 8:48am
YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE ..!!!!
this manhwa is what I was waiting for .. I love the darkness and mysterys in this manhwa if you didn't tried it then YOU SHOULD TRY IT NOW I love everything about this manhwa the draw the story just everything I give it 4.5 out 5
Be prepared to hate all of the characters at one point or another, because you will eventually.
The series leaps between several characters and creates too many tangled cords. Looking forward to seeing the resolutions, although I'm hoping it doesn't turn Flowers-of-Evil depressing.
I canít exactly say why, but this manhwa defiantly has a draw to it. The art style is nice in its wispy Korean way, and the characters thus far are nicely identifiable, a trait I canít say of quite a few other manhwa. Xb one thing you need to know RIGHT NOW if you intend to read this, though, is that the short-haired pigtailed girl is the mom in the past, not the main character or another person. Entirely messed me up for a little bit at the beginning thereÖ
Itís not extraordinary, not too much as happened, in all honesty, and nothing that unique, but itís got some merit to it that I can see building if they continue on.
... Last updated on June 30th, 2012, 11:09pm
I can't quite put my finger on why, but something makes me intensely dislike every single character that has been introduced. Almost as if all of the characters, except the "vampire" are designed to be the villain. Even the supposed heroine doesn't seem to have any redeeming features.
Not that I dislike the story, not at all. The complete change in pace is very intriguing.. even if I wish I could physically harm most of them.
A Hyeon Ban's mother brings home a mysterious teenage stranger, who is the same age as her. Strange and baffling things begin to happen to those around him. Could he be a vampire? That's about all that I've read up to, so it remains to be seen how the story progresses.