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U Don't Know Me  
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Description
Childhood friends Seyun and Yoojin struggle to maintain their friendship as their lives take them down different paths. But when old feelings start resurfacing, a bitter tug-of-war starts, with hearts in the balance, secrets in the closet, and twists that nobody sees coming!

Note: "U Don't Know Me" was originally published as donginji (doujinshi) in Korea. Chapters 1-6 collect the three donginji books published.

Type
Manhwa

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Associated Names
You Don't Know Me

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Status in Country of Origin
1 Volume (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?
Yes

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Average: 8.5 / 10.0 (381 votes)
Bayesian Average: 8.37 / 10.0
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Last Updated
June 20th 2014, 12:53pm PST


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Year
2007

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Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #850 increased(+297)
Monthly Pos #1587 increased(+297)
3 Month Pos #2290 increased(+1)
6 Month Pos #2402 increased(+98)

List Stats
On 123 reading lists
On 196 wish lists
On 899 completed lists
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On 230 custom lists

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looking back   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by xono
March 16th, 2009, 6:11pm
i found myself being fond of this manhwa somehow. the uke and seme were great together. the uke has some violent side of him that i even found hot. he can be easily be fond of.

there were some parts that don't connect and i even found confusing and i have to backtrack some few scenes to understand who were these characters who suddenly showed up. except those, this was a very nice and enjoyable read. i will probably read it again many times. oh, there were some hilarious scenes too.
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Perfect as it is.   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by lylicagalatea
January 29th, 2009, 4:02am
People can really have different opinions! The other reviews all talk about this manwa being too short, or too undeveloped, leaving too many loose ends and stuff... but as for me, I loved it, and I think it is perfect as it is.

- The couple is wonderful, they're cute, handsome and very much in love. But they also are full of doubts and fears, just like any other teen would be, especially concerning their parents (so rare in a yaoi manga/manwa that the characters really care about their parents). They have secrets and misunderstandings, they fight and hurt each other but in the end they love each other too much.
- The side-characters are great too. There is the right number of them, they are very characterised, meaning that they all have their own background and feelings, and they are given the right depth. This manwa was not about them, giving them too much time would take it away from the main couple.
- The art is beautiful, although some backgrounds could be more detailed and their facial expressions could be more... well... expressive biggrin
- The plot is deep, thought-provoking and fun, with good sex scenes too.

All in all, one of the best I've ever read.

... Last updated on January 29th, 2009, 4:04am
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A little confusing   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by ZeroNine
January 3rd, 2009, 10:56am
I enjoyed it, but the story seems disjointed. There is a couple of sub-plots that imply those would go somewhere, but didn't. There are some disruptions within the story's time line (for instance, the beginning of ch08 - it doesn't say which minor character died and how, and what he is to Seyun's friend).

It can leave you a sense that there are some chapters missing, but by all accounts, this is all it is. I'm quite sure there is a missing chapter between ch7 and ch8, but who knows?

It's an enjoyable read because of main characters' strong personalities, their interactions and the narration, but the story as a whole seems confusing and, in some places, weak (especially the last three chapters). A shame, really, but I'll certainly keep an eye out for more works from N-Kun/Na Yeri.
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i thought it was pretty good =3   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Qinni
July 25th, 2008, 10:42pm
it was funny, witty, and sexy all in a bundle of great drawings. perhaps it could have gotten further, or perhaps the authour shouldn't have put in a violent side to Seyun...who knows. i know i like it, and the ending was pretty nice. not all things needs to be totally angsty, and this one got close to angst, but never really crossed it, and i was pretty happy about that.

the ending was really funny =3 i loved it to pieces ^^~
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U Don't Know Me   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by faerygoddyss
July 23rd, 2008, 1:03am
When I first read this it only had up to chapter 6, which left the story with FAR too many loose endings. About 6 months later netcomics comics comes out with a chapter 7 and chapter 8, truly ending the story and giving it a more final ending.

... Last updated on May 14th, 2009, 8:40pm
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Too Short   
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by brid
July 22nd, 2008, 2:06am
This manga will leave you saying, "Huh, that's it?" when you get to the last page. I was literally counting pages and double-checking websites to make sure that chapter 6 was, in fact, the last chapter. (It is, unfortunately.)

The characters and storylines had potential, but never really went anywhere: Sun Choi (the slutty boy that Seyun resembles)? He shows up only once and no explaination is ever provided for their relationship, despite it constantly being mentioned that Seyun takes a lot of grief for the fact that they look alike. Why would a guy like Seyun do that? The storyline involving Joonsuk's smarmy older brother? Far too easily taken care of after all that build-up it got. (And what were Joonsuk's real feelings for Seyun anyway?) Seyun's deep-seated issues with family and his resulting committment-phobia? Once again, speedily resolved (if you could even call it a resolution). Seyun's father's debts? The author didn't even bother to try on that one. And the title--"U Don't Know Me?"--I'd assumed it would have to do with Yoojin discovering Seyun's hardcore lifestyle. Nothing happens there either, despite the author really playing up Seyun's dual nature. To me, this was the biggest disappointment of all, that Yoojin remained naive about Seyun all the way through. Without this major development, how could we, as readers, honestly believe that theirs was a love that could withstand anything?

If these things all got the development they should have, the series would have tripled in length (at the very least). Since this was originally published as a doujinshi, the author wrote it knowing that it would ultimately have to be a short work, so why create *so many* plot complications if she knew that the majority of them would never get the chance to fully bloom? As it stands now, readers are simply left to wonder what might have been.
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