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Abandoned in a cabbage patch as a baby, Iseulbi [aka Misty-Rain] is saved from certain death by a witch who brings her up as her own. Far from the company of humans, she is raised as one of the Dokebi, a magical race from Korean myth. Among them she is happy and content, until one day she loses the trust of her protector, causing the enchantment that had kept the secret of her true identity to be broken. She is cast out to the world of her birth and must find her place among her own kind.
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Delectable, indescribable, too many pretty words pop into my mind that can portray this story. I admit that at times I wanted the story to go a certain way, but that's what makes manga/manhwa, manhwa/manga. Lee Mi Ra's talents at portraying her characters are amazing.
The beginning wasn't too bad. It was actually funny and kinda interesting with good pacing though by vol 3, it started to drag endlessly and the story started to lose its' direction. However, somwhere around vol 5 to 6, the pacing picks up again and the story actually develops into a rather matured mesh of mythology and fairy tale. It's too bad the story and plot wasn't all that consistent or I'd have given it an 8 or even 9. Altogether, it's a fun read if you're looking for something to pass the time.
... Last updated on July 4th, 2008, 12:38pm
This is not an exciting story but is good, that is if you are into fantasy. If like me you have to be in the mood then save it for when you are because it's 7 volumes of fairy tales.
the drawing is beautiful! love it... the story is very good, but sometimes parts of the story is a little boring. though the prince is very funny, he looks like a girl, because of his long hair. that's a pitty. but the drawings makes everything ok!! ^_^