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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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100% Perfect Girl
I really liked this manhwa. It's VERY dramatic and it sure is something like a reverse harem with all the guys falling head over heels for the main female character, not only phisically but actually falling in love to the point of giving their life up for her or going insane for not having her or not being able to protect her. If you don't like that, maybe this is not for you. The art is adorable and all the guys are smoking hot.
This manga was pretty good. i liked how crazy the plot was and how emotional everything was. His love definitely scared me at times i mean.. talk about obsessed to the point of insanity. haha but the ending was good and it was a good read The art was amazing too and obviously full of hot guys LOL. Overall: 8.5
I gotta agree with everyone that it was one hell of dramatic story. how can every single guy be obsessed about her. but still i couldn't stop reading it. overall i loved the story and the posessive prince.
unrealistic, still enjoyable
Overall I like the manhwa even though it was cliche and over dramatic. Since I read it all in one go, so I didn't sense much dragging. In the manhwa she was like Helen of Troy with all the guys falling for her, which is very unrealistic, but I also couldn't help but want all her kidnappers to fall for her. The main reason I enjoyed it was because I have a fetish for obsessive love stories.
... Last updated on November 14th, 2009, 3:08pm
What a terrible manhwa
Unhealthy, obsessive, and abusive relationships. Some of the stuff borders on stockholm syndrome and people actually like this stuff or find it romantic? Gag.
The art is the only positive. Storyline and characters are nonsense.
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
I liked it...probably
You know, right now I feel like one of thise men who were after Jay... I give up on finishing this manhwa many times, but every time I wanted to read somthing, I picked it up again... I wasn't into it, but I wanted to know how all of this ends. The art and the story are good, but sometimes mangaka didn't try to create something better or use something new, so the middle of the story is a bit of a mess. I liked the beginning and two last volumes, so I am not gonna rate this as bad, but I wouldn't want to read a story similar to this one any time soon...
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.
... Last updated on June 5th, 2009, 11:34pm
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...