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Hannune Banhada! Season 2  
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Kang Han-Se and Ban Ha-Da have known each other ever since childhood. They are close enough to sleep in the same room together, even at their current age.

"Three men for you," Kang Han-Se's mother tells Ban Ha-Da, on the day of graduation. As soon as Ban Ha-Da's life as a high-school student starts, her love life begins as well.


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Love @ First Sight Season 2
Love at First Sight Season 2
한눈에 반하다! season2

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v.11 c.Side Story 3 (end) by Sura's Place over 7 years ago
c.Side Story 2 by Sura's Place over 7 years ago
c.Side Story 1 by Sura's Place over 7 years ago
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11 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 8.1 / 10.0 (142 votes)
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wh-what did they say??  
by rabidduck18
August 22nd, 2020, 11:38pm
Rating: N/A
this isn't about the manwha, but rather about the author notes which the translator stops interpreting like, 3 quarters of the way through the series saying that the author lost their respect. honestly the mystery of what went down in those notes is going to haunt me, like why keep the manga but drop the post script? why make your distaste known instead of quietly dropping the notes? the readers wouldn't have known any better. anyway 10/10 beef, subtle yet intense the manga's alright, i havent finished reading it yet but its a protracted riff on what we've grown to expect from part one, with the longstanding plot beats reaching their logical endpoints

edit: i just finished reading! i thought the last volume seemed a bit rushed, with the author struggling to fit all of the bookends into two hundred pages. prior it seemed as if the story was heading for a different, more drawn out and unhappy conclusion. this isn't an indictment of the supernatural elements of the story, which have been present since the first chapter, but the way that they're used as plaster over arcs which had been moving towards their conclusion, the work as a whole would've benefited from a longer run, as well as a willingness to write an ambivalent or even unhappy ending. otherwise this was a manwha which was very willing to take risks, and im very glad for that as it was a very engaging read

... Last updated on August 23rd, 2020, 12:59am
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by Caedis
April 2nd, 2015, 1:48am
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
That ending... OTL.
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
I mean don't get me wrong I liked that Ha-Da and Han-Se ended up together, but what led up to it was just cringe-worthy
Lee Si Young really packed in a lot of supernatural stuff in volume 11, so be prepared for that. The plot line is a little bit better than season one since she's with the same dude for a pretty long time and not changing boyfriends every week like in the first one, but even that tiny bit of improvement couldn't help save this train wreck. And I'm still not sure wtf is up with Han-Se, I mean is he a god, an alien, a human with crazy juju powers or what? The only reason I'm giving this an 8 is because of that art. I mean, seriously, it's gorgeous.
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A 10  
by Maihnfnbn
February 28th, 2015, 11:20pm
Rating: N/A
This is like a complete different series compare to season 1, that the author reduce the involve of supernatural quite a bit and then it was quite overwhelming in the end
I just love how things get complicate but not a bit boring at all.
Some may say Ha da is stupid for nit realizing things with Hanse but I actually believe it was Hanse's mother doing, she basically created ger after all
This is like the most sastifying ending of all. Like the author has planned the whole plot from beginning to end, not just going with the flow and then suddenly end things half heartedly like some once popular mangas these days
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a cruel couple  
by whitespade
December 4th, 2014, 1:21pm
Rating: N/A
they are cruel. they twists others for their own amusement, to see how the other will react. sometimes its maddening, but it is also interesting. never read a manga with total assholes before, but manhwa seems to be overpopulated with assholes even though they are supposed to be the protagonists. which is great - i enjoy their characterization very much (up to v4c8
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This isn't so bad  
by born2shop
March 14th, 2014, 11:51am
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
I loved the entire series.. Wasn't so much a fan of the art in the first season, but it got better. I thought that Ha-Da with long hair was the best. She wasn't so stupid as she was with short hair. Not really a fan of how it ended (thought it could've stopped at vol 9) But I was just happy that it worked out.. Despite how stupid it was

... Last updated on March 14th, 2014, 11:52am
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by xxxmikileexxx
May 28th, 2012, 11:58am
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
I really love this manga. Despite thinking that Ha Da and Han Se belong together, I was not mad that Ha Da got together with other guys. I liked her relationship with Jin Hong. Titillating. Not your typical shoujo heroine. Not your typical shoujo hero. Not your typical shoujo plot. Artwork changes from funky to pretty to funky but I don't care because I roll with the punches when I like a plot. I've read and re-read season one and two, can't get enough.
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It's pretty interesting.  
by origamilillies
December 31st, 2011, 9:27pm
Rating: N/A
It's not like your typical shoujo manga plot. There are some dark themes and sometimes instead of the girly romantic shoujo feel towards volume 8 of season 2, it seems like a horror manga and it gets very intriguing. Characters from season 1 do show up in volume 8 though.
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by gasuki
November 8th, 2010, 5:55pm
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
i feel so sad for han se... T^T... he is so hot. i totally love him (even if he has some werid eyebrows)
ha da is really cute, but she is so stupid.... and too easy that han se is so EMO!!!!
i hope that they do end up together though...

i can't wait to see one of them to confess their feelings to each other and i can't wait to see ha da's ex bf and his friend when they come back from europe. i'm really looking forward to it. ^^

at the ending of volume 5, jin hong looked a lot like han se..... i almost miss took him for han se untill i glanced at his eyebrows.... *__* he looks really hot too, just like han se... except han se's glare is much sexier... hahahhaha XD
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by Peppermint
March 18th, 2010, 2:17pm
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
This is a continuation of season one, so a reading of season one is in order. An average followup to an excellent beginning. Ban Ha-Da's boyfriend degenerates into another typical, over-the-top shoujo cliche. Ban Ha-Da's best friend/opposing interest, Kang Han-Se, is still a strong character, but Ban Ha-Da's cycle of boyfriends in this sequel has overstayed its welcome.

The first part of this series (focusing on a hyper and childish girl's journey of experience into the world of dating) is great because of the sarcastic bantering between Ban Ha-Da and Kang Han-Se, which doesn't verge on being over-the-top. Shoujo lovers should definitely give this series a try regardless.
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It's a funny, unique and entertaining series  
by Reika_StaR
January 21st, 2010, 9:44pm
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
Wow! Not 1 comment on such a good series (in my opinion).
Right now this series is on my top 5 list, I hesitated at first because I thought it was a shounen-ai series but since it wrote shoujo I tried it out and I'm glad for that biggrin PLEASE don't be turn off by the art (Ha-Da isn't drawn well on season 1 but she becomes a beauty at season 2) or else you'll be passing on a very good story ^__^

Although the plot is the same like other shoujos which starts out between childhood friends and love but the way the author told the story and how she developed the character's personality makes it unique. Ban Ha-Da is a rare heroine found in shoujo series in a sense that she is a bi***, no joke she is and to other people she maybe annoying but I like her! Try reading it more and you might start liking her and if you don't there's Kang Han-Se to give your love biggrin He is handsome, smart and mysterious, his personality to me is very unpredictable at the start of the series. I didn't really understand how he look at Ha-Da, is she a best friend or a woman in his eyes (As I am in season 02 I already know).

There are times that I laugh hard when reading a chapter of this manhwa, the childhood friends banter and insults with each other are entertaining ^__^ Just try it out or rather skim through the pages of season 01 you'll know if you like it or not, if you like it then I'm glad but if you don't at least you didn't waste to much time with the series after all you just skim through it biggrin

EDIT: After stopping at Vol02, hoping to read more chapters later on and finally reaching my limit I started to read the released scans and I'm disappointed with how the series turned out. The plot became your typical shoujo, the main girl became an ordinary shoujo heroine (where did you hide the real b**chy Ha-Da!??) and I guess the Han-SaxHa-Da inside of me isn't happy with the current plotline (yup! I just realized I like this two as a pair when I was reading).

Not much is also happening in the story and I was hoping the characters in Season 1 will appear agin but I guess Season 2 is in a different world than the 1st Season.

... Last updated on November 16th, 2010, 6:34am
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