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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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i love it
i'm going to go insane chapter 7 was such a cliff hanger and i need to know what's happening! i thought the story was complete silly me i should have looked before starting, and now i''m hooked 5th vol is said to be out this month but none of the bok stores have it --well enjoy reading it its fabulous!!!!
Farfetched but hey, it's a harem.
It is a good manga, especially if you love drama and romance. Yes, it is dramatic. But, it teetered just a bit on ridiculous. Just play a drinking game for every time someone attempts to rape her. Either you'll see what I mean, or be too dizzy to keep going.
Anyway, what I really enjoyed was that this was a fantastic story for those who like the guy rushing in to save her. There was plenty of guilty faces when she gets in trouble and the guys blame themselves, deliciously so. It is obviously a harem, keep that in mind. Be prepared for roll-your-eyes scenes - if you're expecting something realistic and loyal, you will be disappointed. However all the guys were hot, and man, Wann can draw, so I forgive its flaws. If any girls have a thing in particular for physique, these guys will make this manga quite a bit hotter.
Read The First and Last Parts; Skip The Rest
This manhwa is full of drama its overwhelming. As @happyfairy000 suggested just read the first 30 chapters, and read the last 10 chapters. This manhwa was promising then everything just gets messed up and complicated.
The plot at first was fantastic, I liked how it was going up until the 'Jay Has Amnesia' ended. I don't like the fact that every man Jay encounters starts to fall for her and ends up obsessed, I just hate it, she doesn't have that many redeeming qualities and features, and it just brings the whole manhwa down because it effects everything. The ending was slightly satisfying but it could have been better if she plotted it differently. There's just so much drama going on in the middle of this, eventually you will hate every character at one point. I think the manhwaga (?) tried to keep the manga going on my inserting sub-plots that weren't really necessary, especially that thing with Jarte's half-brother, sub-plots like that brought down the manhwa's overall rating.
The characters, as mentioned before, will be hated at one point during the manhwa. The feels that they have for each other, and how they go about it is very frustrating. The female main lead seems to make an equal amount of right and wrong decisions which isn't really that bad but it does get irritating. Jarte's obsession over Jay does get to the point where it's overwhelming and exaggerated. The other characters you seem to get a feel of their overall personality, but you don't really seem to feel anything for them during the course of the story.
The art was good for a manhwa. It expresses the emotions of the characters well.
The manhwa is great for someone addicted to drama and stuff, but for regular shoujo readers just read the first and last few chapters. The ridiculous drama in this drags the rating to a 7.5/10.
Its quite good. It is very dramatic. But I think that the storyline is quite, in a way, weird as Jarte kept on like... don't believe Jay... although sometimes, Jay is the one at fault for not explaining why. But, I dont know why, but... there is one sentence in the story that left me a great impact.'You have always love me but I didn't realise it. I have always love you but you never believe me.' I forget who said it. But I still remember it... :/ In a nutshell, I love this story and the Ending.... Anyway, in the ending, Jay got pregnant right?
What an addictive, overwrought melodramatic mess this is...
... and shamelessly manipulative, throwing every single contrived plot-twist into the mix; attempted rape, parasuicide, attempted murder, obsessive love, amnesia, assassins, mafiosa, family tragedy, child abuse, half-siblings etc etc. The number of times a main character fell to the floor crying surely exceeded the number of times the heroine was stupid enough to be kidnapped.
The main leads shared a toxic relationship it was a wonder they didn't drown in a vat of tears, mascara and screaming. Really.
Having said that, the art is stunning, the men are stunning and the whole thing a beautifully overcooked tv soap opera that had me hooked. Just don't take it too seriously in terms of reality, plot and human endurance.
And by the way, anyone who thought they had been raped would've had a medical exam so - er - that little misunderstanding would have been cleared up early, although I do admit the emotional backlash would've been just the same.
Kudos to the mangaka who convinced me to swallow this overblown dessert against my intelligence. It was sweet, calorific and satisfying.
Oh yeah, did I say the men were hot?
... Last updated on December 18th, 2010, 8:22pm
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There are some mangas where the reaction varies from intense HATE to intense LOVE. Well, this is one of those mangas. For me though, it was just simply ah-mazingggg. Lots of girls dream about guys who will just sweep you off your feet and protect you from and danger. But, in reality, it sometimes always isn't just "happily ever after". This manhwa showed that there's gonna be lots of bumpy roads and mistakes. Sometimes Jarte was too possessive and really couldn't protect Jay too well. But sometimes, Jay was the stupid one and misinterpreted things, like what led her to commit suicide (even though she failed). It showed intense character depth, like how life's not all sugar and rainbows. There's lots of dark, twisted roads and sides to humans that even you may not know about, not until an event triggers it. It made me feel a large range of emotions. One moment elated, the next dark and sinister. And they were so vivid, too! What really got me from this manhwa, though, was something Jay had said: "When I fight, regret what I've done, or apologize...It'll have to be with him. With him, I'll feel pain. With him, I'll laugh...Just like that, I'll share the love we have with him, as he will with me. I'm going to be happy together with HIM." I read that line and I cried, I did. It was just so heart-wrenchingly touching! The author wrote that love isn't perfect, that it's about the times you spend together and how you feel about each other. This is, so far, my favorite read, both manga, manhwa, or book. :)
I loved it
I loved how it was not cliche. Really since he's a prince and all one would expect some type of family interference. nope. none of that. it kept up on my toes for once since it's so unpredictable. And the best thing is that there is a happy ending. i always hate going through emotional turmoils and end up getting disappointed since it was all for nothing.
Well it was kind of dramatic, but if you read the series all in one go, it won't seem being that dragged either. It's a nice read if you like a lot of, uh, very dramatic(?) moments. It definitely is a lot better than a lot of other kidnapping manga that I've read. Sappy as it may seem, It has a lot of feeling in it, you can actually feel the characters' feelings. How should I put it...cliche, but the feelings are live. Don't know if these count as spoilers, so beware: Jarte might seem like a wicked and forceful guy at the end of the first volume, but don't let that put you off. I myself don't like manga with twisted guys as the main character, and he's actually a good person. And second (which is very important to me) despite all the push and pull, it has a happy ending. Oh, and the arts really good too. The only reason I gave it an 8 was that like most shoujou manga, it was just about romance. All in all, I think it will be enjoyable if you read it in one go and read to the end!
... Last updated on October 13th, 2009, 7:09pm
Like a train wreck
I have to agree with just about every other post here. This started out as a nice sweet Manwha. I'm not saying that all I was looking for was fluff, but this has gone way overboard in the opposite direction. I find it hard to believe how the two main characters could possibly in love since they haven't had a chance to spend ten minutes together since they got engaged. With all the killing, abductions, betrayals, suicides and rapes I have to say I'm surprised that this isn't labeled as a tragedy.
By chapter 5 I was skimming through the chapters hoping that the Jay and J. would get some alone time together, but instead he seemed to be getting as disturbingly obsessed with her as the men around her, most of which had tried to kill her or hold her by force.
I gave this a 8 out of 10 and each chapter is deleted without a second thought, but for now I'll be keeping up to date with the story because it's like a train wreck. It's horrific, but somehow you just can't pull your eyes away.
I think this is one of the best manhwas out there nowadays. I think some of the opinions being made by some people are too strict and narrow-minded. Be considerate for the fact that the manhwa was excellently drawn and the plots were well developed. Despite to the drag of the events happened, I certainly admire the time and thoughts that had been put into writing such beautiful manhwa.. I'm looking forward for the sequels.