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Arrogance and Romance  
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Wi Suk-Hee works at a law firm along with her crush, attorney Kang Mino. However, a new employee Jung Yoon-hoo joins the firm and a love triangle relationship forms...

Original Webtoon:
Mcomics, Lezhin, Ridibooks, Naver Series

Official Translations:
Indonesian, Japanese


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Associated Names
Pride & Romance
오만과 낭만

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Latest Release(s)
c.174 (end) by thebenefactor about 1 year ago
c.171-173 by thebenefactor about 1 year ago
c.170 by thebenefactor about 1 year ago
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in Country of Origin
174 Chapters (Completed)

Season 1: 118 Chapters (Complete) 1~118
Season 2: 56 Chapters (Complete) 119~174

Completely Scanlated?

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User Rating
Average: 7.5 / 10.0 (27 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.98 / 10.0

Last Updated
October 15th 2021, 3:55pm PST



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Just ok  
by Shimma
February 10th, 2019, 10:25am
Rating: N/A
It's all about some daughters trying to get a perfect man, get married and stop working. Typical in Corea, but I thought it wasa annoying that that was the entire story, and it wasn't very interesting.
The main character was kind of ok, the second story with the daughter that met the guy in a blind date was my favourite since she had an interesting personality and wasnt thinking just about getting married. The youngest daughter could have been the funiest story, but it turn out to be the lamest.

... Last updated on February 10th, 2019, 10:27am
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Office Romance with Family Drama, Bad Character Development  
by YuriNyanChan
January 24th, 2019, 8:32pm
Rating: N/A
This manhwa / webtoon is about 4 sisters who were all pressured by their mom to get married (except for the youngest as she was still a student), something very normal in an Asian household. The main character of the main story is the third daughter, a 29 year old office worker in law firm. She's your typical Shoujo manga heroine, an air-head, somewhat annoying and care too much about what people might think of her. She was caught in a love triangle (twice, once with two guys, later the main guy his ex showed up), but the manhwaka didn't make it clear how they fell in love - in short the character development isn't good.
Not a bad read, if you like office romance with family drama.
After the main characters of the main story successful got together, the story revolves around the second and fourth daughters (the eldest got married to her long time boyfriend after some drama). The second daughter is the rightful main character imo, she's an independent cool and composed woman,someone admired by other women. She met her man through a blind date set by her mom, and this man here is a veteran player who knows how to manipulate her (but again, the characters development isn't good so all of a sudden they're already in love with each other, I expect more development later on the future chapters). Move on to the fourth daughter who is no longer a student, she's even more naive and annoying than the third daughter. Never been in relationship (she's a 27 yo), and is delusional. She thinks the man who is her superior is a Tsundere when he actually plainly scold her because of her incapability, she didn't consider getting rejection as she thought they were both in love.
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familiar manhwa  
by djan29
December 19th, 2018, 4:09pm
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
i think was made before webtoon, it was black and white lurker anyone know??
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josei office romance, annoying female lead  
by xdeLiiRiOus
December 14th, 2018, 12:38pm
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
This is your typical josei/slice of life office romance. it's quite entertaining if you can ignore the obvious flaws. The author has the tendency to resolve conflicts offscreen or sweep them under the rug altogether. she steam rolls through drama and it feels terribly anti-climatic, like... "that's it?"

Sokhee is annoying, plain and dull. She doesn't act her age and has literally no notable traits about her. Girl has a one-track mindset and jumps to conclusions ALL THE TIME. She's constantly making assumptions about other people and situations which then spirals into misunderstandings because she can't be forthright about her issues. the drama she goes through feels contrived and her character remains static through it. if you like zero or stale character growth, then this is the webtoon for you.

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I cannot see why Kang Minoh or Jung fell for her. at first I thought that Kang had an inferiority complex since he started becoming jealous and possessive of Sokhee seemingly out of no where after Jung showed up. After Jung and Sokhee finally got together, he just disappeared (transferred to another company to marry some random heiress). It's never really explained and as a reader, I guess you're expected to just forget about it and move on to the next conflict. I have no idea why Jung fell for Sokhee. She was extremely rude to him and her impression of him was based off of misunderstandings (that she refused to clear up). Despite him being brutally straightforward about everything, she still manages to somehow misunderstand his intentions.

I rate it a 5 for having incredibly average/contrived drama and plot, and a stagnant/stale FMC. it's a good and passable read if you're bored but that's about it.

... Last updated on December 21st, 2018, 10:08am
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Cute workplace romance  
by follybaby
September 1st, 2016, 6:47pm
Rating: N/A
I love the comedic value between the mother and daughters. Very cute-- especially when poor dad tries to put his two cents in. This manhwa has had me laughing and smiling several times. I'll likely come back and update the rating later on. I'm at Chapter 92 right now, and have downgraded my rating slightly because the story seems like it redirected from the original complication... to another complication... and now we're on a third complication. I'm not sure if these complications are going to come back and rear their ugly head but it almost feels like they've been forgotten and unresolved. We'll see.

... Last updated on September 1st, 2016, 6:48pm
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Pride and prejudice  
by hangluu
July 24th, 2016, 2:22am
Rating: N/A
A house full of unwed daughters and a crazy mother who inly thinks about marriage. 2 men: one seem sweet but is actually pretty eff up and one seem prideful (arrogance) but in reality is just awk as eff. A girl who misunderstood everything. I think this manga is inspire by pride and prejudice but add a gery different spin on the story. The girl is unbearable the first couples of chapters but i heard she got better later on. I like it so far. I like the mother; she is wedding crazy but a great judge of characters.
EDIT: okay i realized that i was clear enough. This is NOT pride and prejudice. It has some similar aspect, but it went a different route that doesn't really follow the plot line of p&p much. Once you get past around chapter 40-5, the mc became so much better (each chapter is mostly only 19 pgs). This isna funny manga and i would recommend it
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