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Joonha is a normal, healthy boy of sixteen who has cruised through life without too many problems.
Imagine his surprise when a recent trip to the bathroom suddenly reveals that he's not normal at all! With a shriek of "Oh, my Gosh!!!," he finds himself missing, well, something he never thought he could live without. The impact is too much for poor Joonha and he soon passes out.
While in his half-conscious state, he overhears the incredible truth: his family is abnormal in the weirdest possible way. After puberty, their chromosomes undergo some kind of mutation, which converts their bodies into the opposite sex! Which means his father is really a woman who has been living as a man since the gene change took place. Now Joonha has to leave behind 16 years of life as a man and live as a woman. What will his childhood friend Jinhoo and the girl he has always liked, Heewon, say when they find out?!
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I have to agree w/ some of the comments posted previously. The story is amazing. It's interesting to see the change in the character, but what really stuck to me and impressed me was the pain in leaving his best friend.
I knew he wasn't going to end up w/ the violent chick. I started hoping she wouldn't go for the smart/rich/loving guy because her old friend had such attraction. It killed me when I thought that the pianist would leave and the girl wouldn't follow.
But got most definetely dissapointed about the ending... pissed me off. If it would go away, or be rewritten, I would give a 10++++++++++++++++++++++++++++.
I had previously loved the series, but the ending does really blow. It just seems really thrown together, with very unreasonable seperation methods in use. I had liked all the characters, really, so I was severly disappointed. (I didn't want her to end up with that person, because I didn't feel that was where it was naturally heading. By the way of the last chapter, it felt like process of elimination. She stayed with that person because noone else was left.)
I liked it!
One of the best gender benders I've ever read, click will certainly entertain right until the very end. The art is very good and the story was hiliarious enough to keep me in fits of hysteria.
While I also loved all the characters as they were all very funny, I absolutely loved Joonha most of all! Like rindtron said, it is certainly funny considering how much she looked down on girls before, but ironically has to contend with the fact that she has become one herself. I also like the fact that her character grew in ways that MATTERED. I remember reading on another forum somewhere that the story would have been better if Joonha had become more girly. I couldn't disagree more, she certainly matured, but in important ways (like growing out of her former chavunisitc attitude, lol)
On an extra side note, I recently read the ending. I won't spoil anything, but while I wasn't entirely happy (come on, who wouldn't want her to end up with that person?), I was certainly satisfied. Considering Joonhas personality, it was probably for the best.
highly recommended as something to read if you want a good laugh!
... Last updated on May 17th, 2008, 4:07am
Cliche shoujo at its best
This series has everything you can expect of a shoujo. Love triangles (yes, in plural), bishoujos/bishounen and wacky characters. Despite having exactly what one expects it doesn't get old.
The small differences is what makes this manga alluring. I find it hard to define them though, the tears and anguish are perhaps what makes it live. The build up and then the crashes.
It doesn't have everything needed to truly shine, but it is well worth the time reading it.
Why isn't this under inconclusive/axed ending? Absolutely nothing was resolved! I loved it! I would love the ending too...If one existed. Whatever, wasted an all nighter. I started at 7am but...*sigh* all these emotions. Maybe, I'm just cranky, but I that was not an ending.
... Last updated on May 5th, 2013, 12:24pm
I really liked the premise of the story: chauvinistic arrogant douchebag turns into a girl. I didn't like the execution of it. I found myself skimming through parts with Hyejin and Heewon... The manga seemed to drag on in the middle, but at the same time, ended abruptly without tying off some loose ends. Overall a 7 because I enjoyed it as a whole and finished it in one sitting.
... Last updated on January 27th, 2013, 7:17pm
THE ENDINGGG!!!! :'(
m deducting 1.5 points for the endind...so its basically an 8 if u dnt have many issues with the ending which was soooo disappointing! It could have been so much better...
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The poor best friends who dint stay with the 1z they truly loved! thats just too annoying...especially for the pianist, he just got chucked by the author with that random character... I liked Taeyun, but he could have been happy with some1 else too... He dint Have to get her/him And I'm sure if Joonha n Jinhoo had stayed together, she would be more accepting as a FEMALE n they would have been married at the least! uffff...
other than that, it was a pretty fun manga... Its a nice manga which you'l probably like[minus the end] and you can give it a shot... but its not worth any more than an 8 in my opinion[that too at the max] Its just not that riveting a read to be worth more than that
... Last updated on December 5th, 2012, 5:08pm
Give it a shot
Before reading this manga I read a lot of negative comments about this being a very cliched and disappointing story. Because of that I was hesitant to read it, but ultimately I have no regrets that I did. As a whole, I loved it. Why? Because the plot line, relationships and characters were unusually capturing. Basically, it was just very interesting to me. The good points outweighed the bad. Yes, the story does have some typical manhwa characteristics (unnecessary violence, and drama) but that wasn't what stood out to me. What I found great was that the main character really seemed to be true to their personality - she(he?) never acted out of character and maintained their identity despite rapid plot/literal change. Even better, she learns to accept herself as who she is and changes gradually. And realistically, slow change is the best kind of change.
Despite everything, I do agree that the ending was disappointing. It wasn't only that things didn't end up how I anticipated them to, but also that things just played out horribly. I felt that the character's actions weren't justified, and just plain irritating how things took a turn for the worst. BUT, I wasn't completely unsatisfied with the end - it was acceptable, just not preferred. (this is how I feel personally though, you might hate it...)
So in an overview: it was good overall and if you don't mind the little things then go for it! Its the big picture that matters.
... Last updated on May 26th, 2012, 10:23am
Give it a try
Before reading this, I have read the comments. But as to say, I kind of not agree with some of them. Of course this manga has lot of cliches and has the manhwa characteristics but still good for one reading. And the ending kind of suprising too. Maybe for some, it will be not the wanted ending.
If you like romance shoujos, give it a try.
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If only Hyejin wasnt in the story!! I wouldnt mind if Joonha had ended up with either Taehyun or Jinhoo, but for one to be knocked out by some side characters little side story was really annoying! It was like the author was trying to round things up. Also, we didnt even find out what happened with the guy who got contacts instead of glasses!!
SO! other than that, i liked this story! the art was okay but it was really funny! Definitely worth reading but be prepared for a slight disappointment! x