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Wild's High has a 42-year history as a fighting specialized, girls only, private high school meant solely for the elite. It is also the place that Wild's-League is held: the most popular event in the country and the only place in the world where teenage girls have brutal fights with their lives on the line.

One year the school changed from a girls only school to a mixed gender school. The only male student, Song Jae Gu, has been granted a full 3-year scholarship regardless of grades. Being someone who had to spend every moment either working or taking care of his younger brother and sister, he accepted.

But after meeting Queen, the bloody champion of Wild's-League, drenching her in coffee, calling her a monster, and getting caught seeing her while she was taking a shower... his scholarship could prove fatal.

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Associated Names
Шальные девчонки
소녀 the Wild's
Girl the Wild's
Girl's of the Wild's
Merginos iš Laukinės mokyklos
Shoujo of the Wild's

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Latest Release(s)
c.260 (end) by LINE Webtoon about 1 year ago
c.259 by LINE Webtoon about 1 year ago
c.258 by LINE Webtoon about 1 year ago
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Status in Country of Origin
Season 1 - Chapters 1 - 204 (Complete)
Season 2 - Chapters 205 - 260 (Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 8 / 10.0 (1334 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.97 / 10.0
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Last Updated
March 21st 2018, 9:36am PST



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Naver Webtoon (Naver)

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Weekly Pos #578 increased(+24)
Monthly Pos #775 increased(+156)
3 Month Pos #948 decreased(-16)
6 Month Pos #982 decreased(-40)
Year Pos #975 decreased(-89)

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Dal Dal   
Rating: N/A
by Gandeloft
March 16th, 2018, 10:27pm
This story changed genre in those last 60 chapters.
When I had just begun reading this, I wasn't too thrilled by it.
With the amount of dissatisfaction that had accumulated, I would read through some of the other peoples' opinions which only furthered the feeling that I just want to get this story over with, at the times when that feeling was present.
This story is, for its greater part, a shonen story. That is to say that silly developments best described as instead of doing the logical, the plot-fertilising choices are made, are all that happens. Actually, that that's all that happens is entirely incorrect..
The people who say this turned bad as it was nearing its end (as of around chapter 200) are exclusively the people who like what I've described above. They like shonen, fighting, dislike drama, or simply can't enjoy something in a way diferrent from the one they've grown to enjoy it in already.
"Girls of the Wild's" is a gem for me. I've been wanting to find a hybrid story, to call it so, such as this. A story which grows on its audience based on something which entirely changes as the story progresses.
It took me as long as it did to read the first 200 chapters, to read the last 60 (in days).
This story is a shonen-harem over the course of its first 200 chapters, and it has caused an innumerable amount of times for me to roll my eyes during the time of reading those first 200, having been unable to take the story seriously because of its developments.
That entirely ENTIRELY changes later on.
This story goes from being a shonen fighting genre, to being about love, turning in to a drama, becoming realistic, changing vastly from the extraordinary daily stuff occurring, to just life going about normally.
It somewhat feels to me like the author simply prepared the ground for his main intent for the story which is the chapters after the first season.
I was dragging myself through quite a number of chapters prior to the "season 2" of the story (literally, the manhwa in itself has a chapter at the end of which it's written that it marks the ending of the first season of the manhwa, that chapter is around ch. 200), but with the coming of the ”2nd" season.. Wow, as if the entirety of the first 200 chapters carry the purpose to cultivate the ground, the latter within me set in and bore fruit splendidly.
I wish there was more to this story.
I want more Daldal. I've been left with a dent in my heart because of her.
But seriously, not in the sense that.. She's cute, and I lust for her or something..
In the sense of how one feels when losing a person they love.
This story being over, and there being no more Dal Dal, it brings about the feeling of suffocating in me..

I was highly disencouraged by the opinions of others, but it's just people who got lost in the story, as the author did perform a trick with the telling of it.
Basically, this story changes genre.
9/10 and not 10/10 because I had some trouble with keeping myself reading the story during its first 200 chapters, the first season, after it it turns 10/10.
I was annoyed over how I was swayed to expect that I would not like the story further more, but just the opposite, as I'd near its end.
It's really great to me, gave me melancholy.

Edit: I am going to add the NTR tag to this as that is what this story boiled down to for me. This story is just so special. It was told in such an overall thought out way.
First the author built up the world, and then in the last 60 chapters worked through it.
This is the only way I can actually legitimately experience the "NTR" feeling. It wasn't forced, it's not even in the genres of the series(and for me it's supposed to be). I grew attached to the characters, but their story is only told of for a while, as their life together only lasted that much.
Gradually, they started going their seperate ways, just as it happens in real life, I guess..
I wish there was more to read through.. I will miss them, remembering Dal Dal makes my chest heavy.
I have set many screenshots among of which there is plenty of Dal Dal as the shuffled among wallpapers for my phone. Seeing an image of her woke me up when I was about to fall asleep, dead tired, the last 3 nights now. Seeing an image of anything from the series really.

... Last updated on March 21st, 2018, 8:50pm
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Hun GFY   
Rating: N/A
by utcom
August 9th, 2017, 9:10pm
Started really good very likeables chars (the harem friends familys etc.) But the ending its the worst i haver ever seen.
I cant rate this, if i rated at the 100 or so chapters it was a 9 to 10 but with the last 70 chapter and that fkup ending this thing deserves a 1
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Start to Finish   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by Restikimmi
April 23rd, 2017, 8:27am
When I first started this Manhwa I saw something new. A highschool for physically skilled female students that had to fight to be at the top. The character development was nice and steady without forcing anything on the readers especially for the heroine.
Sadly this was just for about the first half of the story because at some point it's like the author forgot that it was a fighting Manhwa and instead went for a trope filled conclusion for the two main characters. It would have been nice to see these moments in between the main fights but sadly the fights that did happen later on felt boring.

Overall though it had nice art and unique characters. Specifically Queen who definitely was the reason for me to finish it (also didn't show up a lot during the second half).
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Sloping Downward   
Rating: 4.0 / 10.0
by Samken
February 23rd, 2017, 1:20am
Girl's of the Wild initial premise while clichê and overdone, it's relatively strong. Weak boy (Physically and Emotionally), has been granted a full 3-year scholarship regardless of grades to enter one of the strongest schools in the nation (Academically and Sportively), so he accepts due to not having to burden his younger brother and sister, as he's the sole financial pillar of the family and having an opportunity not easily available in standard conditions.

There he meets the queen of the school, who's the strongest character among the students, misunderstandings follow, and now, he has to "defeat" her in a fight.

How a boy, who has no physical achievements whatsoever defeat the strongest fighter, who has trained and horned her body since early age? Along this Journey, you follow the typical weak to strong plot, as he archives small things one at a time, with the help of his friends (who for obvious reasons, are mostly girls), in preparation for this fight, some of them will develop feelings for him due to his honest and humble personality for some reason.

After the fight, the manwha takes a long downhill until the end. A bunch of events happen which adds nothing to the plot (Aka fillers), the main character who has been mostly evolving during the series suddenly takes a stand still. And most of the girls who developed feelings for him, understandably lose interest on him, and move on to other people.

The ending feels rushed, when he suddenly decides after many months who he wants to be with, and finally takes action to do so, which you expected him to understand that since many chapters ago.

Overall, the early parts are a good if not a cliché weak to strong plot with harem elements, the mid and later arcs are mostly the author experimenting things on the go, (with the usual beach episode, we can't forget that folks), which are hit or miss (mostly misses), and the ending is rushed. Overall a 4, Below Average.

Zhena is an excellent artist, and i would love to see her next work, but i hope it's under a better writer like the previous works she worked on like Nineteen, Twenty-One for example.

... Last updated on February 23rd, 2017, 2:22pm
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Starts off strong, ends up.... Wrong.   
Rating: N/A
by [A]classfashionbunny
November 1st, 2016, 1:08am
The start is very, very good. Guy with multiple issues in life enters an ex-girls only school, takes up martial arts and goes to become strong and has some romantic interests appear.

At some point the story becomes stagnant. It's still "ok" to read, but there's no real progression happening, whether it be with story or character development. But it still passes.

The ending... I actually stopped reading the series at c221, so that I could binge read multiple chapters in one go. Now I've done so, all the way to the last chapter, and I have to say that if the early chapter quality was as awful as the ones I just read, I wouldn't have bothered following the series at all. It feels like the author tried to give the ending an "and so the life goes on" feeling, similar to what Crows and Worst have, but failed miserably at it. Ending seems rushed to the point that I wonder if the series got axed.

GotW deserved a better ending.
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Started out strong and went downhill until the end   
Rating: N/A
by masterbluekaynem
October 31st, 2016, 9:09am
English is not my first language so sorry if my grammar is a mess.

I started reading GotW when the very first few chapters was uploaded on a certain famous manga site. It was still a fan translation back then. That time, webtoons like this was not known, and as of this day, GotW bites the dust and I'm happy the ordeal ended and sad cause it had a potential to be better yet the author might not have seen it.

This webtoon started out strong. MC went to a former all girls turned coed school. He has issues, so it may annoy you at first, but don't worry, he'll have his fair share of character development.

This webtoon at first had a good balance of action and romance.. AT FIRST.... Sadly, author destroyed that balance by focusing more into the romance aspects(KDRAMA type of romance) of the plot which ruined the character development of the MC, which made the plot bad. It's like author got hooked into a kdrama series while in the middle of writing this and decided to introduce more romance and the result was awful. The fighting was gone for a lot of chapters, then author tried to insert an action scenes out of nowhere cause ya know, romance. It felt forced. After so many chapters, we got this half baked action scenes.

I have 3 reason to believe that this was axed because: First, the author ran out of ideas and is quite noticeable on chapters 200+, the drama was so heavy that it ruined further the mc's development on the beginning. Second is the last 4 or 5 chapters in naver was rated 3 or 4 starts consecutively for weeks. Yes, even the korean readera got fed up with the forced drama that happened at the end and this never happened to the series until author maybe secretly hated the MC, so author decided to fucked the MC further to the point of making the MC look stupid in the sense of "where the fck is your common sense?". Lastly, author went nuts.

If you asked me if i would recommend this series, then my answer ia YES and NO. Why? Yes because it started out great, had a good pacing of the story in like the first 100 chapters or so, and NO because you will be wasting your time if you don't like the blend of action and roman..- i mean heavy drama.

If you want to read this out of curiosity, i would advise you to stop reading it after the tournament arc, cause it went downhill so fast in just few chapters after the tournament arc, you'd realize you will be wasting your time if you force yourself to read this anymore.
It so sad that the author Introduced some characters that me and other readers believed If those characters had more screentime and got utilised properly in the story, it would make the webtoon better, sadly Those characters, especially best girl Wushu Girl, who has a potential to be a great character, was instead became a comic relief and author has forgotten her existence.
and a lot of characters who was prominent in the early arcs, was forgotten and the story focused on the romance of MC and girls for like 200 chapters. Imagine how dragged out the story became.

The ending was bland. Tho i noticed a lot of readers was glad it ended. That's how bad it became. Lol

If you want a good romance action/sports webtoon, then I'd recommend Green Boy.

... Last updated on October 31st, 2016, 9:18am
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Typical Shounen   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by svines85
October 30th, 2016, 9:57am
Yup, and as is fairly common with these shounen (or at least "shounen-esque" since this is Korean), the biggest shame of it being padded and prolonged is that the initial story concept was solid. If you take only the first 50-ish chapters of this, we had an intense, dramatic story with psychological overtones of a young man's tragic life and his attempt to persevere and come to grips with not just his relations with others, but also his dramatically handicapped position in his society due to his economic status and broken home. Aaaaaand then they gave us 200 chapters of a generic fight manga biggrin

Ah well, yeah, I'd actually say this one would've been outstanding if they'd just stuck with their initial premise and not stretched it out.......probably would've been 75 to 100 chapters and excellent. Oh well, I still like/d it overall smile

... Last updated on October 30th, 2016, 9:58am
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Fairly close to a full 10 score   
Rating: 9.8 / 10.0
by PaterFrog
October 6th, 2016, 2:13pm
I really like this series. It isn't perfect, not QUITE a masterpiece, but it gets close.
The reason for that is, that it does some very unpredictable things, the art is top-notch and you don't have trouble following the series. I don't think I've noticed any jarring plot holes.

Girls of the Wild's follows certain stereotypes and for some they may be annoying, depending on who you are, what you don't like about yourself, and what your preferences are.
At the same time though, it doesn't do the usual stereotypes of the weak boy getting beat up, so he trains and wins, meets the next stronger guy and loses to him, so he trains again to win, rinse-repeat ad nauseam. He actually fails spectacularly here and there (Please note, that the series stays logical with the failing. It doesn't turn the boy into a wimp all the time.). In fact, the whole series doesn't focus enough on the martial arts for that cycle of hell to happen.

Which, while possibly a strong point of Girls of the Wild's, might also be one of its weak points. This series kind of hops back and forth between making romance and making martial arts the center piece. This can be annoying if you just want the one or the other, but it also lifts this series above most others in the genre.

Generally, the unpredictability of this series leads to comments and complaints being outdated in a matter of very few weeks, so you really have to take them with a whole bunch of grains of salt. I strongly suggest you read this webtoon and make up your own mind. I don't believe you'll waste your time.

Edit: Now that Girls of the Wild's has been completed, I can also talk about the ending. I personally feel that it was too compressed. It's not a bad ending, it's actually pretty nice to read. But I think it could've stood to be a few chapters longer.

... Last updated on October 30th, 2016, 3:44am
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It gets off subject   
Rating: N/A
by equalbutdifferent
September 3rd, 2016, 9:57pm
Later in the manga it becomes more about him getting emotionally NTR'd and having his female friends stolen from him by random characters who have no character depth and bring nothing to the story. It was good at first but its now has become more disappointing because the author is ruining their own story.
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Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by yenda
March 21st, 2016, 4:51pm
It had it's moments but it just isn't worth my time anymore.
It wasn't bad, it just felt that a lot of events/plots/scenes just happened because the author decided it all of a sudden, and yes I do realize that that is what story writing is. Unfortunately, I asked myself what was the point of reading it and I couldn't find one, it's basically limbo in my head when I think of what I read so far. It was just not bringing me joy anymore.
So I say goodbye and good luck to those who wish to stick it out and enjoy it.

... Last updated on March 21st, 2016, 4:52pm
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