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From NetComics: Jay Jin is the headstrong teenage rebel, determined to prove she's serious about making art. J. Max is the tall debonair foreigner, in Korea on business, with more--much more--to his background than he lets on. On the surface, it would seem as though Jay and J. have nothing in common... until a chance encounter in a hotel lobby sparks a mysterious attraction. Will true love prove strong enough to overcome the language barrier, not to mention the thousands of miles separating two attractive people? Then there are the interventions of friends and family who think they know best... as well as a disastrous encounter with spicy chicken kebab!
100% Cô Gái Hoàn Hảo 100%完美情人 100%의 그녀 One Hundred Percent Perfect Girl
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100% Perfect Girl
The manga started out promising but by volume 4/5 it just degenerates into a repetitive soap opera with the girl being a damsel in distress every other chapter. Amnesia? Check. Mafia dude falls in love with main girl only after he meets her? Check. Boyfriend begins to get obsessive? Check. Every single character in here is a bundle of clichés. I wouldn't be surprised if the girl later goes missing and is presumed dead, or gets a mystery illness, or falls off a cliff but is rescued by a stranger, or the guy and the girl discover they met as children, etc etc *rolls eyes*. I can easily see this manga going on for 100 volumes if it's goal is to exhaust every romance/drama cliche there is.
Don't waste your time with this manga. There are plenty of other romance mangas with better stories and characterers.
Can't get enough
I truly adore this series. It's one of my all-time favorites. I love Wann's art because it's elegant and beautiful. I also love how the main character Jay so such a strong-willed female character. Yea, at times she becomes a little too reliant on the lead male, but her true character is indeed dazzling and head-strong. I love that!
I bought up to the 6th volume, but I couldn't wait until the other volumes came out so I'm reading them early on netcomics.com. I've read up to vol. 8 ch. 3 on their site and it has gotten quite crazy! I'm so addicted!! Just let me tell you, the drama NEVER stops. Of course endless amounts of romance follow it, too.
I'm on volume 6 and I'm getting annyoyed. This manga IS being translated by random groups somewhere, but you just have to search. Frankly, by volume 6 I'm just tired of all the obsessive crap every single male character in the story seems to have for Jay.
Basically...this manga makes me angry. Everyone hates how much their love is causing them to hate each other. Blergh... Just getting annoying.
I think theres SLIGHT physiological problems like obsession in this too which is somewhat scary but it just shows how much passion one has for the one they love.
I need moar.......... so bad, it hurts.
Up to volume 5. =(
Two thumbs up. I will most definitely be buying these books if they become available to me. <3
100% perfect girl is full of cliches. The first part is really sweet when the main characters got together but then obstacles came in the way. Kidnapped, jealousy, amnesia, hate each other, attempted rape, sad history, one or two or maybe three guys fall for the main heroine. Kinda sad... it's a promising story in the beginning but I'm getting tired because of too many cliches use in here. Too many that it looks so unreal and soap opera-y.
... Last updated on November 14th, 2008, 9:25pm
Not my favorite manwha, but one I enjoyed nonetheless. I like drama stories and this one fits the bill very well. My only objection is it can get a bit over the top at times. Also with the art, while it not the best, is something I like. It's definately different, but in a good way, although I'm not desribing it to well... lol.
I also found myself liking the two main characters within 100% perfect girl quite a bit, considering I found a little to many similarties to the hero and heroine within Goong. However, as much as I liked Goong, I did find these characters a little more likable. At least Jarte had funny and tender sides to his personality, and did not remain an obsessive jerk ALL the time (unlike the Goong hero, lol). I also like the fact that Jay at least has an ambition to do something with herself in regards to being an artist, and was not a TOTAL nitwit unlike the heroine in Goong (sorry, it's been a while so I can't remember the names, hehe). although I have been been a little disappointed in her with recent volumes.
Like I said, not my favortie manwha, but it's is worth reading. Recommended for lovers of 'Can't lose you' and 'Goong'.
... Last updated on May 20th, 2008, 4:23am
one of my favorites!
i started reading this series after reading can't lose you. i fell in love with art and of course the characters. the tension is killing me after reading the 5th volume! hope there're more chapters to be released soon.
I like this manga, too. I feel like it pushes on the over-dramatic side sometimes, but it fits the character of the story, and there are light funny parts sprinkled about, so it achieves balance....gah cliffhangers....I really want to know what happens next. Does anyone know its Chinese title?
The story plot is interesting. I was very happy once I bought the first two mangas of this and was pleased at the results. However, I am shakey about the results of the manga. The authors' other works had not so "great" endings as I hoped for them too be. But I will continue.