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From Tokyopop: Remember the story of the Frog Prince? A little girl kisses a frog to get back her ball, and ends up with a frog for a husband! Only after she’s completely ignored and abused him does she realize the frog has changed into a handsome prince. Miyoul is a feisty high schooler whose only thoughts are of the hottest boy in school, Guelin. But her childhood friend, Heerack, who acts as her personal lackey, is deeply in love with her. Will Miyoul be able to see which is the frog and which is her true prince?
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Had it's Moments
I think my 6.8 rating of this series is fair. I really like Kimi wa Girlfriend by Maki Minami (also about a loud, obnoxious girl) - somehow I find these characters amusing and a nice change up from the usual Mary Sue, so they don't bother me. It's just that the funny parts, and the allegory to the Frog Prince story (the reason why I picked this up in the first place, since I love fairy tales) - taper out in volume 3, and then its just kinda average. Still, average doesn't mean bad, and I must say that I'm grateful it didn't have any sexual content, and the Cinderella parody in volume 2 was very amusing.
The main Girl
...is somewhat annoying. But I can see the efforts the author put in to build a stronger female lead. But it didn't necessarily make her likeable. So I think this was a fine read. Happy ending. Pretty characters. Somewhate cliche plot with cliche twists. Nothing really new. I liked the male protagonist though. And the part about
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Nothing really original here, but for those who like these kinds of simple, not-too-dramatic kinds plots, I recommend.
This is definitely one of my most favorite manwha's of all time. It's just so cleverly written to simply amuse and connect with the audience. I could read and re-read again and again if it's this special manwha. <3 ))
give it a CHANCE and you won;t regret it !
A+ for stupidity
There is nothing better when the leading lady is an absolute idiot. I realize she is a teenager but even as a teen I don't recall having or knowing that many dumb friends. After saying all that... it was a cute little manga and the art was well done. To bad there was not more character development.
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i just dont know why but i enjoyed it!!! i really do!! practically you just dont have to care what the other people have to say and then just read it...youll like it too!!! <i ceratainly believe and hope so>
so as for the real comment...*ahemahem* yeah basically Miyoul is a total biatch shes stubborn, manipulating and if she ever becomes my friend in real life it would be fun and embarrassing at the same time!! i think that she doesnt deserve Heerack...but at the end theres no better thing to happen...<well sorry for the spoiler dudes> and also sometimes i have this weird feeling that i want to go inside the manga and hit her with a slingshot stone tackle attack straight into her friggin' forehead!!
anyways for my favorite characters... almost every character in this are bitches and bastards...well at least thats a break from reading golden hearted saints in FruBa...the person i like the most will probably be Rosa..i didnt think that she is the antagonist because she was just that in Miyoul's eyes...i like her!! and also Hanschuk was my overall favorite bishie!! i like guys with headsets...
overall it was a refreshing story with a weird protagonist...who has a masochist love interest...and other twisted other characters..and the story also has a happy ending...so yeah its nice!!
... Last updated on September 20th, 2009, 4:23am
I can see the heroin's side too, why she got the way she did, taking him for granted and all. I'm glad she realized what she did was wrong. I think though, that their relationship was strong enough to handle it, that one treated the other like that because it was okay. The other one didn't mind as much. Overall a cute and nice read, but the heroin's dictatorship does get a little too much to handle, but not so much that I'd quit.
Give it a chance
This story is good but you have to get past the first 3.5 volumes where you will absolutly hate Miyoul. After she starts getting what she deserves, you almost feel bad for her. Almost!
I pretty much agree with Lucifel's comment. I really had a hard time finishing this manwha. I can't say I like it that much, given the... (possible spoiler)
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...long period of harshness that Heerack had to endure by Miyoul. You can say it lasted the entire four volumes or so into the last volume.
The story was okay, but it wasn't the best.
... Last updated on January 20th, 2008, 2:46am
I think this manwha is pretty good. The main character is unlovable but the story develops really well. This manwha has a lot of overdone themes but it's well written so for the most part you're not feeling like you read it already.
This is what wasted potential looks like.
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Basically this manhwa could have been legendary if Miyoul, who I hate more than I am able to convey, had just gotten what was coming to her for being a complete bitch and Heerack had gone out with Rosa before she realised she liked Sunghuck or just plain stopped having anything to do with Miyoul.
But of course this doesn't happen because originality died a long, long time ago. So all in all this was a fairly good albeit annoying manhwa.