8 of 28 chapters read
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Story-As well as her other works I find Nobody Knows to be unique;basically the main character-Ban-has divorced parents and lives with her mom, one day her mom brings home a "distant relative" who seems quite mysterious as her mom never spoke about her relatives let alone bring them home. This boy's name is Jin-Whan and he's very different from other kids also, he has a secret-
"What are you, really?"
Art-I find all of Hyeon Sook's works to have absolutely stunning art, the way that she draws her characters, the details are just too beautiful. Her character's facial expressions also seem to bring out their emotions very well.
Character-Hyeon Sook tends to create mysterious characters with a hidden past, but that's what's so alluring about her stories. This manhwa's characters aren't an exception. Ban, what makes her so distant from the kids in her class? What exactly happened to Ban's mother when she was younger? And probably the most mysterious, yet interesting question of all, what exactly is Jin Whan?
Enjoyment-As you can see I'm enjoying this manhwa just as much as I enjoyed her other works. I'm only 8 chapters in and I'm hooked, hell, I was hooked on the first chapter, need I say more?
Overall-The unique story, the mysterious characters and the stunning art all blend together to create yet another amazing work by the very talented Lee Hyeon Sook. read more
1 of 4 episodes seen
I honestly think that if the story didn't have Ayase being raped the story would've been better. When Kanou "saves" Ayase instead of treasuring him like he wanted to do in the first place he gets mad when Ayase scratches his face. Seriously? And then somehow Ayase is supposed to fall for him? Unbelievable.
The art was maybe really the only good thing about it, well at least for some characters...*cough*Ayase*cough*
Hah, the sound? I guess I can't say that I enjoyed the opening or the ending but I didn't hate it either. The voices for Kanou and Ayase were okay.
Again, Kanou would be an okay character if he didn't rape Ayase, I actually thought there were parts in the first episode where he was quite caring... but as for Ayase I felt bad for him. Like how could you fall for that kind of guy? Even though there were those parts where I thought 'Oh Kanou isn't such a bad guy... but then I remembered the beginning...
If you already couldn't tell, I didn't really enjoy Okane ga Nai though I do have to admit that I found it -cute- when Kanou freaked out about Ayase's fever. I'll probably update the review after finishing the series since I only think it's fair that watch the full 4 episodes before giving my opinion.
As I said before Okane ga Nai would've been better (or at least more realistic) if Ayase wasn't raped by Kanou (Really, can you imagine falling in love with someone who raped you? Come on, seriously?) I will continue to watch the rest of the OVA though sometime and when I do will update.
As for the yaoi fangirls out there... worry not, as I am one too though I guess I'm not really into this kinda stuff XD
7 of 7 chapters read
The story had a pretty interesting plot, not all that unique with the arranged marriage but it was interesting. The characters were hilarious too XD
There hasn't been a manga where I didn't like the art and this was no exception, I thought the characters were drawn quite well
I think that Hanada went through the most character development if there was any though in the beginning she wanted to find her 'prince' in the the end, she did.
This was an enjoyable read and it was short with just two volumes.
If you're looking for a quick, easy read, look no further!
It's funny that no one reviewed this manga yet, guess I'm the first ;) read more
4 of 4 chapters read
This was a unique story about a high school boy-Wataru who loses a ring then he finds it on his desk a week later. In this manga, rings symbolize a relationship if on your ring finger and if it's not then it means you're single. Wataru finds out that he has the same ring as the school heartthrob-Kazuki and so, rumors start getting spread.
Something I look at in a manga is it's art and I can say that Only The Ring Finger Knows has beautiful and enjoyable art.
I liked both Wataru and Kazuki's character though in the end Kazuki's character's actions were explained more and I was surprised at how sweet Kazuki could be, not to mention cute :3
I really, really, enjoyed Only The Ring Finger Knows, this manga is a definite great read for all those shounen ai/yaoi fans out there.
As you can tell I really loved this story and overall I think anyone would even if you aren't a fan of shounen ai/yaoi you should give it a try cuz it's a light read =) with some cute fluff too^^ read more
14 of 43 chapters read
Story- Kind of a cliche story, good girl meets bad boy but what's interesting about this manhwa is that it ties in 3 different relationships all at once. It was really interesting seeing how each story tied in with each other.
Art- Some people don't enjoy manhwa's art but I'm one of the people who thinks it's truly beautiful; I feel like manhwas sometimes have more depth in their drawings and sometimes along with that even more feeling.
Character- What I really liked was how a few of the characters changed after meeting each other and to me, the characters weren't dull at all they were all pretty interesting.
Enjoyment- All in all I honestly enjoyed reading H20, it is a relatively short manhwa (at least to me) that is really fun to read. The only thing that I was disappointed about was the ending, it felt a bit rushed but despite that H20 is a good read. It's not one of those tragedy manhwas either or the open ended so that's a good thing too! One more thing, I guarantee that the couple(s) you're rooting for will be together in the end ;)
What are you waiting for?! Start reading H20 now! read more