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Hogu Ha Gyeong Su  
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Ha Gyeong Su's spent the past three years trying to forget about one traumatic night. It isn't until he meets Dong Hyuk that he gets a full night's sleep. One night without the nightmare of being tied down by a room full of men under the watchful eyes of Yule.

Original Webcomic
Official English Translation
Official Japanese Translation


Related Series

Associated Names
An Easy Target
Ha Gyeong-Soo the Fool
Ha Kyung-Soo's Gentle Touch
Hogu Hagyeongsu
Обманутый Ха Кён Су
호구 하경수

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Latest Release(s)
c.1 by Lezhin over 2 years ago
c.1 by Random Fujoshis over 4 years ago
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in Country of Origin
70 Chapters (Complete)

Season 1: 46 Chapters + Epilogue (Complete) 1~46
Season 2: 24 Chapters + Epilogue (Complete) 47~70
Side story: 3 Chapters + Epilogue (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?

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User Rating
Average: 6.2 / 10.0 (127 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.27 / 10.0

Last Updated
July 11th 2021, 9:00am PST



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Lezhin (Lezhin)

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Monthly Pos #1221 increased(+246)
3 Month Pos #2178 increased(+270)
6 Month Pos #2908 decreased(-282)
Year Pos #2931 decreased(-1069)

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On 82 wish lists
On 253 completed lists
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A gem among the mediocrity  
by TheOneWhoGotAway
September 7th, 2021, 5:46am
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
This story has some severe abusive themes, and many people won't make it past the 40ish chapters. Defiantly not for the weak of heart. The ending for me was the thing that sealed the deal. I had such a love hate relationship with the ending. In any case I would never want to be in MC's place.
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by tipz
August 3rd, 2021, 9:46pm
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
Honestly, it starts off as feeling terrible for the MC, but ends with the MC being so annoying that you just want to scream “figure it the out, for your own good!”, and can tell where they actually help to escalate more madness in people that are already mad. Maybe a BPD/ Stockholm Syndrome combo going on here, paired with attracting rapist Narcissists. Crazy.
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So much rape  
by Charrr
August 21st, 2020, 7:21am
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
Legit this entire Manhwa is just filled with rape and sexual abuse. Anyone who has experienced sexual abuse or rape would vomit at the first few chapters. Like does our mc have Stockholm’s syndrome or what?!

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DESPITE RAPING THIS DUDE OVER AND OVER, HE STILL CHOOSES TO STAY WITH HIS RAPIST INSTEAD OF THE GUY WHO IS NORMAL AND ACTUALLY LIKES HIM. sorry it’s legit so damn disgusting and can’t take it. This is like on a wayyy different level than killing stalking. Like in KS at least Bum actually loves Sangwoo, in this one the mc DESPISES the dud and stays with him anyway. ALSO MC GETS RAPED LIKE IN LEGIT EVERY OTHER CHAPTER. LIKE JESUS CHRIST BRO, CALL THE FUCKING POLICE. ohmygod it is so frustrating, despite putting up with so much fucking rape (FROM MULTIPLE RAPSITS), mc doesn’t even get that much of a happy ending. I REALLY just hoped the author would put the mc with the nice guy as a side story or alternate ending BUT NO, all we get is a guy who got dumped cuz his crush preferred a rapist over him. He deserves way better like tf.

PLEASE DONT READ IT . It’s for your own good. Life was better before I read this crap. FYI people with sexual trauma SHOULD NEVER READ THIS. This comic is so fucking frustrating and the ONLY good point Is the art style. They glorify rape in this Manhwa, honestly pretty disgusting yknow? Reading this was torture to my soul.

... Last updated on November 13th, 2020, 12:42pm
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by luna697
July 26th, 2020, 12:03pm
Rating: 2.0 / 10.0
The premise was really interesting, however 70% of the content is uncomfortable rape scenes. About halfway through I found myself disengaged and no longer invested in any of the characters. I just kept reading because I wanted to know how it ended.

There were times that I found myself sympathizing with the abusers and that felt really disgusting, however I'm sure that was intentional on the part of the author and I think shows skill at being able to illicit such an emotion. The manhwa was definitely an interesting commentary on the dichotomy and complicated aspects of abuse.

I think it could have been a lot better if we had more access to each character's thoughts and motivations, or at the very least the MC's. The emotional connection I wanted to have with him was just not there.
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by sagesmith
May 7th, 2020, 4:36am
Rating: N/A
Um, where to begin? I knew this would be a messed up story going in, so I’m honestly not complaining about that. I’m not going to read an ero-guro manga and then complain about how gross it is, I signed up for this mess.

That being said... what did I just read? Um, the art work was beautiful. The story was engaging enough that I read the entire thing from start to finish. The weirdness of the story... it was over the top. And I’m not even talking about the rape, which was of course over the top as well.

By the end the MC got exactly what he deserved. I wanted him to be happy, but even in the side story (the author gives alternate endings where the mc ends up with a different guy) he’s so focused on his rapist, he can’t move on and be happy. I guess he had Stockholm syndrome? I’m sad he couldn’t get the help he needed after such severe abuse. How would he go back to that when all he wanted the entire time was for it to end?

I’m not impressed. I’m disappointed. He deserved a happy ending after all of that. But the author wouldn’t let him have that. Not even in the alternate ending, which really pissed me off.

All in all, it’s just torture porn and I shouldn’t have expected anything else.
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Nothing redeeming at all..  
by herosusan123
March 13th, 2020, 8:42pm
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
I read the summary, and thought what the fuck would someone have to do to redeem themself after gang raping their boyfriend. So then I decided to read it out of curiosity, but it just kept getting worse as the chapters went on. I lost my patience after about 30 chapters, and decided to just skip to the end to see what the point of this whole story was and I'm glad I didn't waste my time reading the whole thing. There were so many things left unresolved, little character development, and no point to the whole story line. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy reading psychological/dark/manipulative stories from time to time, but if you compare something like this to killing stalking or anything by Harada it falls short by a lot and in many ways.
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Waste of time  
by WhipNaeNae
July 18th, 2019, 2:43pm
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
MC ends up with the guy that orchestrated his gang-rape. Love interest literally had his friends gang-rape MC and watched it happen with a smile. MC is somehow with him by the end. What sort of madness is this please? This is what happens when authors stupidly try to redeem the irredeemable. He should have been in jail, not having a romance tf. The way it was framed was not just a depiction of a messed up relationship, to paraphrase one of the commenters. If it was just a story of an abusive relationship, without an romanticizing, then that would've been different. Instead, their story was framed (by the end) as "ok he did fucked up stuff, but he regrets it and is trying to make up for it so that he and the MC can be together." There is no amount of making up that will make what he did okay.
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I feel like I need to defend my rating  
by drifting
February 11th, 2019, 10:26pm
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
Idk if anyone else noticed this but the author isn't exactly romanticizing the rape and the abuse. She's purposely telling a story of a terribly unhealthy relationship, without hiding any bit of the manipulation and mind-fuckery that comes with it. She could have easily thrown in more fluff to soften the plot and make it easier for the readers to accept the relationship, but she didn't.

I also appreciated that dedication to the characters, as messed up as they were. The side stories were a good example of this -they were extremely close to canon and the author didn't waste any page space giving us an ideal happy ending. She made it clear in the side stories that a happy ending doesn't exist with the characters being the way they are.

It's not a fun or pleasant story to read. But it's solid enough in plot and character development, and interesting enough to keep many of us reading. That said, I'll probably NEVER read this manhwa again.

... Last updated on February 11th, 2019, 10:50pm
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There is no hope  
by SmexyBL
January 8th, 2019, 7:47am
Rating: 3.0 / 10.0
This was just torture porn...over and over and over again. It lost the human element 20 chapters in, or at least that's when I lost hope for the human element. Don't get me wrong, I love some consensual non-consent and rough sex. This, however, made me seriously lose hope and feel straight emotional pain.

The comment from earlier is right. The description is a lie and gets turned on its head almost immediately.

I have given more than one star because although the character development was one dimensional and the story had so many issues that it tired me out, the art was nicely done. I don't see any good bdsm practices in here though, just a heads up.

Edit to kind of respond to @drifting:
While this story doesn't romanticize abuse and does show it being painful and bad, my problem with it is the normalization of abuse. I feel it is normalized through the acceptance of the abuser's emotional manipulation as well as the familial elements the author brought in to support the abuser. Also, dont even get me started on the choices the victim makes when confronted with the opportunity to protect or reject his abuser. All of this is painful normalization that expanded for 70+ chapters without a moral turn.

... Last updated on March 21st, 2019, 7:12am
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beyond disgusting  
by HoshiSama
October 24th, 2018, 10:47pm
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
I was really hoping that this wouldn't be yet another glorification of rape, but it's worse than that. It's an incredibly realistic depiction of rape (and PTSD) that then turns into that. I thought I would at least try to read a little longer after checking to see how it ends, but when the abusive ex boyfriend scolds the protagonist for "talking in [his] baby voice again" after raping him I had to quit. Regressive trauma isn't sexy. Rape isn't sexy. Torture and kidnapping aren't sexy.

NONE of this could be called BDSM, I don't care if someone gets tied up or not. This is abuse, and it's vile.
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