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Vampires have evolved and don't rely on human blood anymore. They now co-exist secretly as normal citizens even though they are still feared and discriminated against by the society. So what happens to a female vampire trying to live a normal school life when she meets the most popular boy in school and accidentally nips his neck?
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Well, I have read so many shoujos that I can't even count. To be honest, out of all the mangas/manhwas/webtoons that I have read, this only deserves a 5.5 Why? The premise is good. The story will at least deserve a 7 (for me) if the romance is well executed in the next few chapters. As someone has said below, THE PROTAGONISTS, sadly, ARE THE MOST BORING AND ANNOYING CHARACTERS in this webtoon. The girl is normal and have no special trait, both appearance and personality, except for the fact that she is a vampire; And I have to agree to someone who has said below, the guy is like a creepy stalker.... Then the romance is a continuation of push-pull situations, many cliches and dramas. What's more, even after finishing this, I still have a doubt about their love bond, 'cuz it seems fragile and breakable. Maybe just my feeling :-? I don't even want to say much about the message the author wants to send through this series. Discrimination can be clearly seen, but it is too simple to the point of shallow. The story makes the heroine a victim from the beginning to end, without growing to stand up for herself. Sigh ~ The ending is too rushed, with almost no problems solved. I give it a 5.5 because I really like the white-haired guy. He's hot (lol) and way more interesting than the male lead. Actually I'm happy that he doesn't end up with the heroine, 'cuz he deserves more than that. The blonde girl is hilarious, too, and she's nice. Btw, It's not related to this but, you can try Cheese in the trap. It's a good series
A Remarkable, Awesome, Romance School life Slice of life story...
↖⬆↗ As you can see, I'm messing up mu English trying to Review it...ammm...whit it you you can probably easily understand, how awesome is it...Savvy ?
hmm...Last but Not Last, if you think it from the point of sihoo(white hair)...it's actually tragedy one...Poor him...I liked the dude...*sob*
... Last updated on June 1st, 2014, 12:13am
went down the drain
At first, it was interesting. sorta like, how the girl and the guy met. but as the series went on, it started this cheesy thingymajig. it wouldve been great if the love triangle gave more of a struggle and the signs of the other guy liking her is subtly built up from the start. the ending is so rushed, too. it's like it just started ending things without even solving.
Really creepy main
There were very high ratings and it generally recieved good comments so i gave it a go but i decided to drop it after 17 chapters. I'm not sure if it gets better later on or not but i just really could not stand the main guy, Jung Jae Min, he was just plain creepy and a bit like a stalker too. Although she, Ma Ri, made it quite clear she didn't like him and frankly she didnt really seem to want anything to do with him he seemed to just ignore that and continue to think she has a thing for him and putting her into situations she doesnt want to be in. He practically refused her turning him down and then continued as if it never happened. Personally if this ever happened with a friend of mine i would be very concerned for her safety as the guy seems crazy.
... Last updated on April 22nd, 2014, 12:51pm
I'm flabbergasted by the high ratings this series receives. The premise - what if vampires were a repressed caste in modern society - is intriguing, but the execution of this premise is so shallow. In fact, everything is: the villains are stereotypical and shallow, the politics of discrimination are simplified to the point of caricature (vampires drink blood, therefore they are bad and everyone hates them); everybody in the story is too quick to blame, and most are too quick to forgive; the protagonist is mainly defined by being a hesitant crybaby; etc... Also, the pace is glacially slow for most of the story, and the ending is small-scale and unsatisfying. For instance, Chaerin could have been interesting, but in the end experienced what I can only call character anti-development... Disappointing.
Out of the hundreds of manga/manwha read...
I actually want to take the time to review this, this manwha was as great as any well reknown manga/manwha artist. The story line and art was so beautiful, very well written, ahh, it left me lost words to describe. The panel set up reminded me of Noblesse. I paused as I finished the story, it took me 3 days from beginning to end to read and I was often carried away reading into the early morning before realising 15 chapters passed me by. Thank you Seok Woo.
I really liked this anime but... I didn't like how it ended.
This story was really sweet and i liked everything about it except the end that i think is really poor... It's like the author just wanted it to end rapidly so i was like whut ? Plus , the author said to webtoon live to stop translating his work and what i don't get is : why did he say to stop when it was already so near to the end ?! Maybe the author didn't think yet that he will end the story.. I don't know. But fortunately there was some authers siteweb that translate it so i was able to read until the end. Anyway good story but the end makes it goes 10 to 6 for me.
... Last updated on March 18th, 2014, 6:25am
Kudos for going beyond just a high school romance
I really liked it. Or I should say what I love most about it is that the message it carries is so much broader than just a romance or discrimination toward a small group of nonhumans. It carries a message about tolerance and compassion that can be applied to any situation. What really struck me was that it branched into accepting the person you were born as and to live the life you want to lead no matter how others might view you. Definitely not what I expected from a vampire romance Anyway I wasn't as invested in the romance aspect since it was a little cliche, but I'm giving it a 10 for punching me right in the feels with the anti-bullying/anti-discrimination message. I'm a real sucker for things like that XD
It's also weird to say this, but as much as I cried and empathized with Mari and Jaemin, my favorite characters were Soori and Sihoo (^-^)
... Last updated on January 25th, 2014, 12:57am
cutest thing ever, but i wanted to give up so many times :/
Ok I just finished reading awhile ago and omg this is just such a sweet webtoon!! For me, there were some parts that made me want to drop the series. It was somewhat shallow at parts, but relatable nonetheless for high school students
... Last updated on July 20th, 2014, 12:24am
It had its ups and downs but overall this is definitely one of the best webtoons out there. Beautiful art, interesting story, great comic relief, and realistic characters that definitely are not perfect but try their best anyway. There is romance, there are strong and heartbreaking themes of discrimination and prejudice (toward vampires, but relatable to real life examples like racism, et.), and more than anything, it was a story of friendship and unconditional love.
The story of Ma Ri, the vampire who just wanted to be loved and understood in a world that still hates and fears the vampire race even after they are no longer a threat, is sweet, sad and full of hope. Her friends are all likeable in their own way-- I particularly liked White Hair (whose name I could never remember--actually, Korean names are just hard for me) and the jealous blond haired girl who is not as terrible and mean as she likes to think she is. Jae Min is interesting too, and learning about his past really helps you understand him better, though for a while I was really ticked off at him despite that. Actually, there's a point for all the characters where you want to yell at them to stop being stupid and get over themselves, but that just makes it better when/if they finally pull themselves out of that rut and figure things out.
So yes, it's sweet, sad, funny, and the loose ends were tied up quite nicely in the end. It's the kind of story that leaves behind a pleasant hopeful feeling that even though things might get hard, there are still good things to appreciate in life and there's always going to be something to look forward to.