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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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well, I'm halfway through this series and I need to say one thing...there's too much! There needs to be a lull or a short relaxing period (anything!); Jay is constantly in one seriously insane situation one after another.
I'm not fond of the fact that Wann makes all her guy "protagonists" to be rich, handsome, totally out of reach of normal people, fall in love in 3 seconds, and totally psychotic...but for some reason, I keep reading (and enjoying) her works...
Well, it's Wann.
Wann draws the most beautiful cliche plots I've ever read. And I love it. At times, though, I think that there should be a 'harem' tag to this, because just about every male in the series falls for her at some point, but it's good in its own drama-filled fairy tale way.
Also, have I mentioned that the art is good? I love Wann's art. Gorgeous.
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.
absolutely loving itÜ
one of the best i've ever read. i don't usually read manhwas but this got me hooked. great art, great storyline. funny yet poignant and got me laughing and crying at some points. i also loved can't lose you. iXi released that one really fast and i hope they do the same to this one too. thanks so much for scanlating thisÜ
so full of drama
This mahnwa is just amazing. One of the best I've read so far. Definitely a must read if you enjoy drama. In some being too dramatic gets boring, but in this it smoothly flows from one arc to another. It's creative and the characters well-developed. The protagonist, especially the guy, may be cool but he isn't disgustingly perfect. The ending was great too. I loved the prologues. And there were no loose ends. The art is amazing. Don't get fooled by the hideous cover. I actually thought that Jay is one of the most beautiful characters I've ever seen. I gave this a perfect ten!
... Last updated on March 17th, 2014, 5:35pm
Well...there's lots to say
I had kind of a hard time getting into it at first. It didn't seem very original with the whole royal marriage thing... But as I continued, it did have an addicting effect due to the high level of dramatic events.
But first I have to say something, what is it with koreans and european royalty/super rich and cool celebrities? Really? I live in Europe, and I can assure you none of the princes are like THAT! And even in kdramas there is always some kind of famous singer or actor with lots of money and big cars. Are they that obsessed with it? Come on! That's one reason why I'm starting to dislike Manwha. Another thing I absolutely hated about this one were the photos of europe they used. And then they even tried to put the drawn characters in them? That totally didn't work, it was awful to look at. The amnesia thing was pushed too far for me, and I agree with others here about the amount of drama. I like angst stories, and up to a certain point, I really felt with the characters, but in the end it really wasn't believable anymore. If you drag on the same problems over and over again it gets really, really old and absolutely unrealistic. They should've gotten over their 'constantly hurting each other' earlier, and the writer could have made up another problem if she still wanted to go on with the story. There are plenty of other complications she could've found. It annoyed me when they were so horrible to each other chapter after chapter with no promise of any of them of getting over their pride and childishness. Grow up! And I just don't like it when every guy that shows up falls for the girl. What was it, four? That's pushing it. It's practically harem.
Now for the good part: despite all these shortcomings, it was very addictive and very intense. I enjoyed most of it until the end, and I'll probably remember this story. And the art, which is quite important to me, was very beautiful too. Usually I don't like manwha art so much, but this is one of the better ones.
I recommend to read it, because the basic story is very beautiful and intense, quite unlike others (once you cleared the first chapters). It could've been better though. It just all kept getting darker and more painful, I feel there was no room for the more complex human psychology that not only focuses on those things. They could have had deeper and more intricate personalities, evolving more noticeably and more quickly in time. And please PLEASE, DO NOT EVER USE PHOTOS IN MANGA/MANWHA EVER AGAIN!!!!!!!!!! And Koreans, get over your european prince/super star complex.
... Last updated on February 26th, 2012, 6:45pm
While reading this, I discovered the difference between love and obsession. I mean Jarte was obsessed with J, to the point where he wanted to kill her.
The only male I liked was Ewan. I mean he is the reason they broke up, BUT he quicky changed into a nice guy, and realied that the only one for Jay is Jarte and the only one for Jarte is Jay.
The worst part was the middle though, its like all these thing happen in 1 secpnd. And boom, they broke up. But then they figured out they can't live without each other and blah blah blah.
BUT the one thing I must say is, YOU MUST BE STRONG. You have to prepare your heart for ALOT, and I mean ALOT of tragedy. Don't think this is a cinderella story because its not.
It's very far from cinderella.
Its filled with obsession and tragedy, with a a little bit of rape, and attemped murder.
And remember this is a Psychological manga, so don't expect this as a light shojo because its not.
The reason I gave it a 7 is because of the matureness in it, and it is a bit too much for light-hearted readers like me.
Just remember the warnings I gave you.
Such an amazing shoujo manga ;__;
I loved the art, the feelings and the emotions of despair. Although there was REALLY a lot of typical korean "cliches", and the misunderstandings made me want to tear a pillow open. Poor pillow :,( but it's a good kind of rage, haha.
I loved this manga, and I'm too tired to write how amazing it was. BUT HOT DAMN JARET. oh and plus, the feelings were really well expressed. Just saying. But how many people have to fall in love with her?
I loved the ending, made me smile (:
Hold on for the ride
I completed this series in a span of 3 days and that's pretty impressive for me considering it's an 11 volume series and I'm a college student. This should tell you that the series will definitely drag you in for the story. I didn't know what to expect while reading this but before I knew it, I was too into the story to bring myself out.
The art in this series is so so pretty. The detailing of the eyes and lips is on point and it's definitely refreshing to have such great art in a storyline. I also found the fashion choices displayed in the story to be perfect and it made me wish I was a designer!
The story line did have me tangled in it's web. There is happiness, rape, torture, suicide, abandonment, love, violence, amnesia, murder, etc in this story. I really feel the author has touched about every line of betrayal in this story... however in a way it could be too much. I only gave this an 8 because I felt the story line had so much drama back to back. It would have been nice to have a breather between being thrown into another loop in. Should the author would have written the story with some constant mild flow, I would have definitely given this a 10
Hold on for the ride because this story will throw you every direction
... Last updated on April 20th, 2011, 10:23pm
this was a really nice story, like said before it managed to avert a lot of cliches quite nicely. if there's anything I didn't really like, it was that at some points the story seemed to repeat the same 'kidnapping/dissapearance, guy goes crazy, she gets saved' pattern a bit. apart from that, the story was really nice and the characters were well portrayed. I really recommend this one!