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Seol Hui (Manhwa)

Seol Hui

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Japanese: 설희


Type: Manhwa
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: 2008 to ?
Authors: Kang, Kyungok (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.721 (scored by 101 users)
Ranked: #21472
Popularity: #9868
Members: 352
Favorites: 3
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Alisa's lived on an island her entire life. She's the illegitimate child of a rich, old man. When he dies, he leaves her 10% of his money, donates 85% of it, and leaves the remaining 5% to his 3 ex-wives and their children. Obviously, the families are annoyed, after all, the millionaire hasn't even seen Alisa in 10 years! As she comes for the first time off of her island, they plot to get her money in any way possible.

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Aug 9, 2012
"The depth of the sea, and the depth of the night sky -- I felt an overwhelming pressure from up and down. I thought that, perhaps, this was what it was like to be in the early days of Earth."

This isn’t a manhwa for everyone. The ratings and reviews on every site are practically scattered. You’ll either love it or hate it. Or even both at times.

The summary of Seol Hui introduces us to a young woman named Alisa S. Benders, who has been living on a deserted island for her whole life. She’s a little ditzy and clueless, and has no concept of money. read more
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