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Good Morning Call (Manga)

Good Morning Call

Alternative Titles

English: Good Morning Call
Synonyms: Kare to Kanojo ni Hanataba wo, His and Her Fortune Bouquet
Japanese: グッドモーニング・コール


Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 56
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 1997 to Apr 2002
Authors: Takasuka, Yue (Story & Art)
Serialization: Ribon Magazine


Score: 7.491 (scored by 2970 users)
Ranked: #34912
Popularity: #886
Members: 5,646
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Nao Yoshikawa stays behind to live by herself when her parents leave to inherit her grandpa's farm in the country. On the day she moves into her new apartment she soon discovers that it was rented also to Hisashi Uehara - a cute, super-cool and popular guy from her school. Not only did their housing agency unexpectedly close down, the landlord of the apartment tells them that they had to pay more for their apartment then they had expected. With both no money and no home to return to, Nao and Hisashi decide to live together as flatmates. (Source: ANN)

Contains the one-shot: Kare to Kanojo ni Hanataba wo (His and Her Fortune Bouquet) in volume 1
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May 22, 2011
Wow... I'm not sure I've ever read such a mediocre manga before. =( I kept reading, thinking "OK any moment now, the girl is going to mature and stop being so dumb" or... "OK any moment now, the guy is going to transform and become warmer to her" but then before I knew it, I had hit volume 11 and that was it. There was NO CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT at all. AT ALL. Except for the fact that they liked each other, which seemed to be completely based off of teenage hormones and the fact that they lived together. There was never a moment of "Oh, read more
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Feb 23, 2008
Cute and funny, Good Morning Call is a manga I'd recommend to any shoujo fan that is looking for a upbeat and lighthearted story to enjoy some time and laugh a little.

GMC is the story of Nao Yoshikawa, a 15 year old girl who stays behind in the city when her parents move to the countryside. Excited at the prospect of living alone for the first time, she soon encounters a problem: the apartment where she's going to live has also been rented to a boy, Hisashi Uehara who (of course) is one of the most popular guys at her school.

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Jun 6, 2010
Good Morning Call is the perfect shoujo for anyone in any mood of any kind! Rarely do I get to experience such a fun and light-hearted romance. Though the story is likely never to happen, the relationship contained in it feels very genuine and real for being between two very young teenagers.

The story is overall playful. It's a series of twists and turns and this's and that's, creating an uplifting experience for the reader to enjoy! It strays from the usual shoujo path by a fine line, giving you a similar feel to other, more generic series but also providing you with a new type read more
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Dec 23, 2015
Good morning call is a mediocre manga, one you'll feel like you've read before. I doesn't do anything new, and it will be very forgettable. The story isn't just slow to develop, it never really does. There isn't really a central story being told outside of the "love story" between the two mains. Despite the series being 11 volumes, nothing really happens. Once you start getting towards the end, you'll start having deja vu over and over again, as the author begins to recycle the few things going on outside of the lead characters' apartment. The ending is also very unsatisfying, it's left completely open read more
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