Story is 9/10 in my opinion because this was a light hearted manhwa and nothing serious. Since there is no complex "plot" it gives a lot of room for comedy. I mean, Mi-Ha is a tomboy and she is always being compared to Bruce Lee with her inhumane strength. She suddenly meets a "bishounen" in the changing room...
So many things could be branched off of that alone.
Art is 8/10. The art is good and slightly different from the "manhwa style". As in, it is entirely different from Hwang Mi-Ri and Han Yu-Rang manhwa style. The properties of "starry eyes" and pointy chins are still there however, many times while reading this I kept forgetting that this was a manhwa and meant to be read left to right. The comedy and plots were much different then what you would find in a typical Mi-Ri or Yu-Rang story (not that they are bad just overused) . I also liked how the author drew some of the characters in a cutesy way. Like the grandma once you get to meet her!
Character is 7/10. After reading this and thinking about it, you are left with certain questions for certain people. The lead Mi-Ha was your typical not so typical person. What do I mean by that? She seemed realistic (other than the fact that she's super strong) in terms of emotion and conveying them. Her cousin, with an interesting past also has an interesting personality. However, it is not shown often which is the reason why this is a 7. The male lead, Seung-Suh is a hot and dangerous bishie.There isn't much given about his family life which is also a bummer. His way of being real and not holding anything back is what made his character so good. The grandma and Seung-Suh in the manhwa are the perfect dynamic duo (compared to Seung-Suh and Mi-ha).
Enjoyment is 9/10. I read this manhwa for the comedy instead of the mushy gushy romance. Laughing my arse off in silence while it was around 2:45 am is astonishing. I enjoyed how characters interacted with each other. In the beginning I had picked out all the people who I thought were the normal ones but in the end, none of them are! Not the parents, or Mi-Ha's friends! I loved their facial expressions and how things were unexpected sometimes. The subtle jokes and change of personalities was on point. Though in the end, nothing much has changed and in the last volume is a whole cluster of WTFs it all made sense and came together. I recommend reading this if you are looking for comedy involving school life and romance. read more