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Honey Lemon Soda  
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Description
Fifteen-year-old Ishimori Uka is a very shy girl that can't stand being in front of someone. One day she meets a boy on the streets who's just as refreshing as lemon soda. He helped her when she was bullied and that boy made her wanting to change so she can properly express herself.

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Associated Names
Сладкий лимонад
صودا بالليمون و العسل
ハニーレモンソーダ
蜂蜜柠檬碳酸水
青春特調蜂蜜檸檬蘇打
허니 레몬 소다

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Latest Release(s)
v.16 c.62 by Timeless scans 10 days ago
v.16 c.61 by Timeless scans about 1 month ago
v.16 c.60 by Timeless scans about 1 month ago
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Status
in Country of Origin
17 Volumes (Ongoing)

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Average: 8.1 / 10.0 (55 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.53 / 10.0
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August 1st 2021, 2:03pm PST


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Year
2016

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Serialized In (magazine)
Ribon (Shueisha)

Licensed (in English)
No

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Time to put a stop  
by tanukischarm
March 11th, 2021, 3:56pm
Rating: 7.6 / 10.0
It's quite draggy than I expected. Even though it feels like they just started from the last few volumes, I don't like the conditions around them that always test their feelings many times in the same way.

Uka is an exemplary polite student, and Kai is a stark contrast to that simplicity. This difference is much better than the route of the poor and the rich trying to fight destiny. And just like most shoujo, they are not free from drama. I can't help but emphasize where the good mood is always crushed just like that: when Uka was determined to more confident in her feelings, she would return to the initial phase until she found her answer again. These doubts are normal by her very nature. Her growth that is followed to gradually change is good, but over time it becomes overused throughout the story.

Uka and Kai don't have much process both before and after they dated. Kai is a lot more silent, cool, perfect, a boring boyfriend, and Uka is like having to shorten the distance between them, restless alone, don't pay attention to what other people say blah blah blah. Well, I forgot that this manga is a girl's dream. They're cute, but fifteen volumes are running with no sign of ending, it should all be done quickly. Not lengthening the story with "Know your position, you are different" or "Are you happy in the same class as your boyfriend?" or a new character appears who will try to separate them. Give me a break. Honestly, this invisible power of love sounds ridiculous. I'm waiting for them to have a decent conversation, but it's the same. This mind guessing about chasing him but not knowing him, is tiring.

This manga is good in a way as something that makes you feel flowery. I enjoyed some parts but I guess only until they finally have mutual feelings.

... Last updated on March 18th, 2021, 7:30pm
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Soft and sweet  
by Kuroyomi
April 29th, 2020, 4:22am
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
Definetely an eight from me.
It's hard to me nowadays to find shoujo that in the mid of story I'm not bored at, also find that softness and delicate love. "Honey Lemon Soda" can melt your heart several ways and occasions. It's really a soft and sweet story, sometimes filled with the sourness of lemon, indeed.
I don't consider the main hero of it, as "boring'. Do you really expect fireworks from a light shoujo manga? The strong side of it it's just how "gentle" it is. Also, within the story, its impossible to not grow symphaty for Uka or Miura. Its really a lovely manga, which leads you to embrace the power of change and growing up.

... Last updated on April 29th, 2020, 4:25am
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Do you like boring shoujo manga?  
by ForteAtrox
May 20th, 2019, 9:35pm
Rating: N/A
The whole premise of this manga isn't anything new. A shy, meek, anxiety-ridden heroine with the cool and popular male lead. Now, it doesn't have to be an original story for it to be good, but this story fails on so many levels.

The heroine is extremely boring and uninteresting. And the scenes where she speaks up that are supposed to be all inspirational and make you think WOW SHE'S GROWING! Are honestly kind of cringey. She has no personality other than being obsessed with the boy. Other than her than that, she's a hollow image of every other shoujo manga protagonist.

Now annoying and bad female protagonists aren't unusual but in this series, even the male protagonist is EXTREMELY boring. He's the coooool guyyyyy, but he barely does anything. Oh, what a bad boy with dyed hair~~ WHOA! No. There's nothing to him than a pretty face. He's just a papercut out of any 'cool' male lead.

I like shoujo manga, even the cliched ones. I have no problem with a recycled plot. But usually at least the main characters are interesting in some way, or it's funny. This has nothing going for it. There's barely any humor, there's just constant monologue about how the heroine needs to stop being a basic bitch... Which she never really stops being.

... Last updated on May 20th, 2019, 9:36pm
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