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A Tackle on My Life  
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Han Ga-Ram can outwit even gangs of swindlers. After all, everything is solved when she transforms back into her unpopular high-school girl mode moments later... Who would suspect a geek with glasses? There is only MONEY on her mind, day and night.

Han Ga-Ram has a twin sister named Yu Ga-Ram, a relationship unknown to both of them. Unlike Han Ga-Ram, Yu Ga-Ram has to bear the bullying acts of her step-sister. The story unfolds when the twins try to escape their fate...


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Associated Names
내 인생의 태클
Blitz of My Life
Cuộc Sống Của Tôi
My Life's Tackle

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Latest Release(s)
v.13 c.53 by Hwang Mi Ri's Palace (817d ago)
v.13 c.52 by Hwang Mi Ri's Palace (1024d ago)
v.13 c.51 by Hwang Mi Ri's Palace (1078d ago)
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14 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 7.1 / 10.0 (124 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.05 / 10.0
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Rating: N/A
by Truthfulyume658
December 29th, 2014, 10:51pm
This was enjoyable the first time around then I reread it and actually noticed that it was bad in some places. First of all I'm not one to complain about art style so that s out. Second of all the characters are pretty much comparable to her other stories the " strong " female lead , the jerk of a male lead that is always stronger than the female lead .i put strong in parenthesis because what good is that attribute if most of the she is going to be a damsel in distress. Now what I really didn't like in particular was
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that the main guy wanted to change her when she really for his reasons didn't need to be changed.
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idiotic train wreck of a story   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by moonmystery
December 23rd, 2014, 6:09pm
this manga is filled with rather unreasonable and stupid people. There is no one redeeming in here, and it is not a realistic portrayal of the world. Dumbity-dumb dumb. Not gonna waste my time on this one.

... Last updated on December 23rd, 2014, 6:10pm
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Enough hitting already   
Rating: 4.0 / 10.0
by tipz
October 13th, 2014, 10:55am
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starts with one of the twins being bullied by some abusive botch at school and at home. While the guy that likes her sits around doing nothing really. She then gets into an accident and passes away.. Somehow it then skips to the other twin faking being a nerd at school and doing weird jobs for money and fighting. That's when the story "kicks off" she pretty much gets beat by girls and boys at school and fights boys and girls back when she is not. She's then found out by the guy that liked her twin and slowly but surely the truth of their love is revealed as well as her past. There is also an annoying black haired that I wish would stop being a stalker. All the unnecessary hitting makes it very annoying to read. And since when do guys beat on girls like that??? So stupid... End with all the orphans knowing about each other and some weird plot separating them going on. The last guy she did the job with ended up dying so now she is a Felon. And the devil wants her but ah doesn't. Him and the step dad are behind the separation of the family.
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by dancebaby
June 6th, 2012, 1:04pm
I thought the review below was funny until I read this series for myself. Hanjae is totally right.

The first maybe 4 or 5 volumes were okay. The premise was interesting, and like the reviewer said below, I infuriatingly didn't stop reading. However by the middle of the series it was apparent things were going no where. Things are a huge messy mix of Hwang Mi Ri's favorite elements: crazy violent boy w/ dark past, the nice guy, bratty violent girl, and cheesy lines like 'my heart is already frozen' ugh. I'm not quite sure how I got up to Vol 10 before calling it quits. I usually enjoy HMR's works for a fun mindless read, but while I already know the caliber of her works this one just didn't cut it. All the characters in this one were just strange and unrealistic, and I've never read about a heroine so unlikable and male leads so weird.

And one last thing that got on my nerves...
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The female lead insists on leading a "quiet" high school life. Girl and guy bullies target her. She doesn't stick up for herself so that they will leave her alone. Bullying gets worse and she still takes it. Um... why doesn't she do anything when it's apparent that people aren't going to leave her alone and a quiet high school life is impossible??? Whatever.

... Last updated on June 6th, 2012, 1:08pm
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A Real Headache   
Rating: 2.0 / 10.0
by Hanjae
October 26th, 2011, 7:27am
If I had to summarize this manhwa in one word, it'd probably be "trainwreck." You know it's terrible, but you just can't look away. I suppose some would describe it as addictive because you can't put it down, but it's in the worst way possible - this is essentially a melting pot of every confusing Korean drama cliché ever, combined into one story.

You have identical twin sisters with the same name who are unaware of each others' existence but both suffering in equally horrible environments. The only thing that sets them apart is that one is emotionally broken and takes all the hitting lying down, while the louder twin has gone to the other extreme and does all the hitting. On top of this, you have tragic deaths, bullying, mistaken identities that lead to doomed romances, and so on. Doesn't make for fun reading.

What makes it worse is that most of this is introduced within the first volume or two, and since both girls have the same names and virtually the same faces, the reader is permanently confused. I know they're supposed to look exactly the same, but I'm willing to suspend belief in exchange for less of a headache trying to differentiate them. The boys are just as bad; honestly, the only thing that separates the two is that one has marginally neater hair of a slightly lighter colour. Half the time, I'm all the way at the end of a chapter before I realize that I've been reading about Kang Yi, not Seol Kyom. People don't seem to refer to each other by name very often either, so it's just... continuous confusion.

As for the setting, it'd be nice if the manhwaga had actually attempted to establish some! Characters and scenes flit back and forth, changing settings without so much as a panel (or even just a bubble) explaining where exactly we are now. One moment you're reading about Ka Ram mountain hiking, and then on the next page we're suddenly looking at Ka Ram at school... before you realize you're looking at the other twin. I'm not even going to go into detail about the characters themselves, because they're branded by stereotypes and their personalities seem to change at the drop of a hat. Suffice to say that this manhwa is a complete, epic mess - read at your own peril. If you must, at least make sure you have some aspirin.
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