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From Yen Press:

Everyone dreams about Seung-Ha, the perfect prince, the shining star of the school. Chasing after the perfect prince is definitely not easy. For Nan-Woo, Seung-Ha was just a dream far, far away. However, sometimes dreams exist to come true! But when Nan-Woo’s dream comes true, it comes at an expensive price. Who knew the perfect prince was actually a big jerk?!


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넌 너무 멋져
Anh chàng khó tính
Anh chàng lạnh lùng
Annyira király vagy! (Hungarian)
Neon Neomu Meosjyeo
You Are So Cool

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v.6 c.1-4 (end) by Waltz-alone (2787d ago)
v.5 c.4 by Waltz-alone (2787d ago)
v.5 c.3 by SoCool (2923d ago)
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6 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 8.2 / 10.0 (584 votes)
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Don't Pass it Up!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Caedis
January 26th, 2015, 7:36pm
This is a must read for any fan of rom-coms. The art is really beautiful and the characters are fleshed out perfectly when taking into account the length of the manhwa, not to mention how funny it is. On a side note, while I'm ofc grateful to the translator, for all of vol. 6 you can pretty much ignore the 'T/N' as they're just annoying comments about the story-line.
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Rating: 3.0 / 10.0
by kk99aa
July 24th, 2014, 3:51pm
I read the entire series just for Nan Woo, seeing as how the male lead was complete garbage.

He has:
- Hit her
- Insulted her
- Manipulated her
- Threatened her

How is this romantic? How is he even sane? The backstory he has is just an excuse given by the author to justify Nan Woo falling for a psychopath. Their relationship is unhealthy. Imagine if they were married... how would he act towards her? I think Nan Woo's mother would end up calling a Domestic Abuse Hotline. (And her mom is probably the only person seeing things as they are: "Forget about him. He'll hurt you over and over again. He's not worth your precious time or feelings." -Volume 5, Chapter 5, Page 5)

The best moment, in my opinion, was when he broke up with her (aka: released her from the clutches of his abuse)

I knew someone like the male lead before. A magnetic person mixed with 99% insanity/darkness and 1% kindness. I mistook the small kindness for her having a "golden heart deep inside" and got viciously choked and abused for it.

Manga with these kinds of damaging and toxic relationships make it seem acceptable and perfectly normal for abuse/rape/etc to happen.

Rating of 3 for Nan Woo, her mom, and the art.

(Also would like to point out that he never shows remorse, not even ONCE, for how he treated her)

... Last updated on July 24th, 2014, 3:55pm
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Loved it   
Rating: N/A
by andiispineapplek
April 9th, 2014, 7:48pm
It had me laughing throughout the whole thing, I liked the characters personalities they were very refreshing for me. I can't really say anything bad about it. I felt everything was explained well enough and the story was very good. Also the art was a bit weird to me at first but i grew to love it as well. The ending kinda gives you a bittersweet feeling, but it ended nicely.
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One of the best Shoujo Mangas/hwas - emotional, hilarious, heartwarming!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Namiya
February 27th, 2014, 1:35pm
I love the artist and her other work (Yaoi) The Summit so I gave this series a read as well... what can I say, it's brilliant!
Everything about it is great.... the art style is unique and beautiful, the chibi/SD/comedy characters are soooo funny as well as her sense of humor... oh my God, her humor is AMAZING!
This manga made me laugh so much, but it also has it's share of drama and tragedy, sad and deep chapters, a lovely little slice of life story and perfect characters!
You just gotta love Nanwoo the main character, her happy-go-lucky, overly clumsy but strong way of life and how she manages to capture the heart of the spoiled, bratty and egoistic prince Seung Ha!
I also just love the pacing... it's slow, it's realistic, it takes a while for them to open up, to get closer and all that... in the end you are left with a somewhat melancholic but generally positive and happy feeling!

The only negative point - and this one is not about the manhwa itself so I wouldn't take any point off at all - is the scanlation! The first 33 chapters or so are perfect - the scanlators did an amazing job, but then another translator takes over and it goes down the drain. The scans are bad but what's worse is that every other page has a Translator's Note, some even have two, which say things like 'Yes you are!' 'Duh, go to the shrink obviously!' 'Uh I wasn't aware this was a gore manga!" ' Uh I wasn't aware this was a BL manga either!' and so it goes on and on and on.
Worst translators ever, sorry. Nobody cares about your personal comments.
--> If you get the chance, buy the official books, you won't be disappointed!!

... Last updated on February 27th, 2014, 1:38pm
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It was a nice read   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by DeDe4ever
October 20th, 2013, 12:28pm
The thing I loved the most about this manga was the consistency, except for Seung-ha's growth and maturity everyone stayed the same. Nan-woo stayed the clumsy and crazy girl she was from start to end. This was like a drama with many episodes, there were times I was laughing out loud and others where tears were in my eyes. The art was okay but the story line made up for what it lacked in my opinion. It was a good and quick read, I recommended it!
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stupid waste of time   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by Asani
August 26th, 2013, 1:54am
if you like that sm-stuff than go ahead, otherwise you could have a hard time ignoring the stupid plot and the jerk malelead. This Manga tried to have depths when it comes to painful backgroundmemories but was shallow when it comes to everything else.. like love. But who cares about that in a shojo?
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Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by pyonk
July 26th, 2012, 9:40am
I really like the main chara, nan-woo is sooo funny. She's not annoying, not cliche, a rare kind main chara in shoujo manga. fufufu~
I think seung-ha is not cool, he's twisted =_________=; the title really doesnt suit at all.
but it's a good manhwa, really like it >.<
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Extremely Funny   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by bibisuki
April 26th, 2012, 8:10pm
It is really funny, the way Seung Ha announced his relationship with Nan Woo, the THE ENTIRE SCHOOL reacted at it, and so on XD

Even though I didn't like the art so much, I truly like the way Seung Ha was drawn. But Nan Woo was just extremely PLAIN, she didn't even got the basic traces of a girl, and her mother, at first I thought it was her older brother XD Nan Woo is the BEST tomboy ever! I've never seen a girl in a manga that you can't tell she IS a girl, UNTIL NOW!

And also this manhwa reminds me of a character from a manga called Kare Kano because Seung Ha and the manga's male character Soichiro Arima, BOTH:
- They got a deep past
- His mothers abandoned them
- They got to know a girl that open ups a whole new world for them, and shakes their hearts with sweet, light and happy feelings
- They create a mask, that the ENTIRE school loves and make them look perfect
- They have this enormous weak and insecurity about loving and being loved

... Last updated on September 17th, 2013, 11:52am
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Rating: N/A
by Renesmee37
August 4th, 2011, 2:30am
I loved this series! It was hilarious, it had it's romantic moments, and sometimes I felt like murdering the main characters they were so stupid.
But I really, really did love it. I think it was kind of unrealistic at moments, but on the whole ... it was fairly close to something I've actually seen one of my friends go through.
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The beginning put me off...   
Rating: N/A
by DorkFishOK
July 30th, 2011, 11:05pm
But as the story went on I actually started to like it. At first Seung Ha really annoyed me and I thought he was abusive and not likable at all :I But then as the story went on I liked how his horrid personality was explained by the situation with his mother. Abusive guys often become as such due to feelings of resentment towards themselves and
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I liked how the author addressed the situation with him talking to the wounded child within him
I really think that gave his character some depth and humanity. I didn't think it was cliche at all and I think his sudden change in personality made perfect sense.
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