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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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A permanent change in sex...This is the kind of gender bender i cant read. Id be pissed if i turned into a girl...let alone read about a main character who changed aswell...
Not Bad, But...
It's certainly entertaining enough, but my STRONG recommendation to anyone wanting to start reading this is to spoil the ending for yourself before you do. Even if it's not something you like doing, in this case, do it. You see, the problem is no one likes the end to this series. In Click, readers are presented with 3 equally likely candidates for Joonha to end up with. She is in love with both the male and female characters from her past and meets a new male character that she grows to admire. There are compelling reasons for her to choose ALL of her love interests.
But this isn't why you should spoil yourself. The reason you should is how badly handled the final volume is. The manhwaga's note at the end explains that she had originally intended Joonha to end up with a certain character, eventhough another character became the overwhelming favorite. That should have told the author something right there: namely that her intended couple never got the proper development that they deserved. Up until the final volume, the lynch pin decision of the series seems to rest on what will happen between Joonha and [the popular character]. While all this was going on, the intended character should have been more active in the conflict, but s/he wasn't. At the very least, a confrontation between Joonha and [the popular character] should have occurred where things were laid out in the open about her gender and then they decided that they couldn't be anything more than friends. Unfortunately, that didn't happen. Nothing is ever resolved between them because the manhwaga decided to take the easy way out and throw in really stupid soap opera-like plot complicatons to break them apart. Perhaps this could have been overlooked if the relationship between Joonha and the intended character got some needed development at that point, if s/he had been there to pick up the pieces, so to speak, but it didn't. Instead, that turned out to be the last chapter. Ending the series that way left the popular character popular and readers of the series highly unsatisfied.
So don't get your hopes up or get confused about the way it's going to go before you get to the end, otherwise you'll hate yourself for reading this series. The choice at the end wasn't a bad one, it was just horribly executed (leaving you feeling as though it was a bad choice). In part, what made this series entertaining is that all the love interests WERE in fact good choices. But overall, the best part of the series was watching Joonha's development as lialah pointed out. Her struggle with accepting her new gender was well done as was witnessing her transformation from a chauvanist into someone who accepted women (and her own femininity). So do give this manhwa a shot, but just be a little careful with it.
... Last updated on May 18th, 2008, 3:49pm
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
The first volume stirs your interest, the 2nd through 7th volume takes you to the edge of your seat in anticipation. The final volume was very disappointing. I don't want to put any spoilers, but you can preview the chapters at netcomics.com and read the entire chapters for $0.25/chapter and you'll know what I mean. My rating has been changed to reflect my disappointment =(
oh! love this manga so much... but is kinda odd, because I have read up to volume 7 o.o, maybe a mistake?
one of the best i ever read!
i looove it, i keep re-reading the 3 chapters lol!!
in love with click
LUV it! Jooha is messed up big time LoL~
So far, so good
It's funny in in an ironic way because Joonha who is a total, absolute chauvinist is told that he'll end up becoming a girl. Talk about karma... heheheh~
So far it seems pretty interesting but they're still introducing the plot so I'll have to save my final rating until later. The art is pretty good and the the plot seems interesting. I'd say that it'd be a nice fun read, though - it has potential.
I just finished reading Volume 1, It's great but seems to drag, what i mean is that there isn't enough happening but well that's probably because it's the first volume. i'll read the second installment when it comes out and i'll rate it accordingly, because i can't seem to find enough points to rate it at the moment and i don't like to misjudge. ---Edit--- Yup it's gotten good! very good in fact! I'm looking forward to the next intallment.