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Bring it on!

Bring it on!

Alternative Titles

English: Bring it on!
Synonyms: Bring It On, Blooming, Mama x Boy
Japanese: 건강합니다!

Information

Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 25
Status: Finished
Published: 2002
Authors: Baek, Hye-Kyung (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

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Score: 7.391 (scored by 660 users)
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Ranked: #44822
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Popularity: #4786
Members: 1,370
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ManhwaBaek, Hye-Kyung (Story & Art)
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Volumes: /5
Chapters: /25

Synopsis

Tomboy Mi-Ha is an extremely active and competitive girl who never likes to lose to anyone. She’s such a tomboy that all boys are scared of her, and that’s exactly what her brother wanted and trained her to be. It took him six long years to train her into a pseudo-military style girl to protect her from anyone else. Bishonen Sung-Suh is a new transfer student who’s got the looks, the determination, and attitude to sweep her off the feet. Could this male beauty be able to tame the beast? Will Miha’s brother let them be together and happily ever after? If you want it you’ve got to Bring It On!

(Source: Yen Press)

Background

Bring it on! was published in English by ICEkunion (Vol.1&2) and Yen Press (Vol.3-5) from November 2, 2005 to March 25, 2007.

Characters

Yun-Jin
Yun-Jin
Main
Seung-Suh
Seung-Suh
Main
Miha
Miha
Main


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Gabtashash
Jun 27, 2013
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 read more
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