Eun-soo has hated her Mother ever since she was abandoned by her. Raised by her Grandma, she became a wild child that likes to fight.
She has even disguised herself so well as a guy that people won't believe her even if she says she's a girl. She can fight well, and is even referred to as hot by girls. One day, however, her Grandma's already bad health worsens, and she promises not to fight anymore.
When Eun-soo's grandma dies soon after, she decides to leave Dae-Jeon (where she lives) and goes to Seoul to live with her Mother, despite still hating her, because she has nowhere else to go.
There, she runs into one of the best fighters, at her new school, and immediately gets on his bad side. What will happen? Will she break her promise to her grandma? Will love bloom?
At first I thought it was a typical gender bender manga. In some ways it was. But in a good way.
It's so interesting that you would ask for more. Every chapter is cliff hanger. Though a bit cliche but still works for me. It's humor is good too. About the romance well it just started on the recent chapter so I couldn't say much about it. Though hoping for the best.
The art is a-okay! One of the best. Couldn't ask for more.
I really don't like Eun so that much but I also don't hate her. Let's just say that she amused me. About "pretty boy" (Jae hee) he is just always quiet. typical for a shoujo manga.
I would give it 10/10 since you would really ask for more. And every chapter keeps getting better and better.
It would be 9/10. And very recommended. :)read more
Boy of the Female Wolf is about a girl named Eun-soo who disguises herself as a boy. Ever since her mom dumped her with her grandma as a small child, she felt betrayed and that therefore lead to her becoming a "wild child" and dressing up as a boy. She picks fights, and all her friends are boys. They are jealous of her or "him" because she always seems to get the attention from the girls at school. The story starts when Eun-soo lives in Dae-Jeon. She lives there with her grandma until her grandma's health becomes bad and then she is forced by her mom to move to Seoul. After so long, she has to live with her mom and her step dad/ step brother. Eun-soo promises her grandma that she won't fight anyone anymore because of her bad health, but can she really keep that promise? In her new high school, there are boys that are much better at fighting. Eun-soo thought she was all that at her old school, but when she insults one of the toughest boys at her new one, will she really be able to get away with it?
Story: Even if it's cliche, I really like this story. The basic plot deserves an 8.
Art: The art in this story is pretty good. I wouldn't say it's the best, but, I really like it for the most part. 8.5~
Character: The characters are the best part of the story. They make me laugh and I find all of them very enjoyable. ^-^ 9~
Enjoyment: So far, I have really enjoyed the story. I can't wait for the next chapter to be translated! :3
Overall: Overall, this story gets a 9. Despite the story being a bit cliche, the characters make it stand out. I adore Eun-soo and everyone else~:3read more
Boy of the Female Wolf amuses me, I've never been a huge fan of Manga but this one got me reading every chapter in 1 day.
I feel like Boy of the Female Wolf is highly underrated, in all my research of manga's discovering this one was a complete shock, it just popped in out of no where.
I really wish this would be read by more people to receive the popularity it deserves.
The story was brilliant, every shoujo is a cliche, but the Boy of the Female Wolf is a cliche you can enjoy, I felt like it was different to others, even though it really wasn't that much of a difference.
I failed my art class and have no artistic sense out all, the art work was good, but to be honest all art is good for me.
By far, amazing.
I simply loved the characters, I love how they're experiencing puberty as teenage boys (Good times) they're realising their feelings of lust and love, they don't care that the one they like is a guy, they accept it.
I'm not a girl, so I can't confirm or deny that what Eun feels going through puberty is true, but for the guys I can confirm their confusion.
I enjoyed it, even after a week of reading it, I enjoyed it enough to return to this site and write a review about how much I enjoyed it.
I believe that 10/10 is impossible, as such I can never honestly rate something 10/10, so my rating of 9/10 is the highest I can rate something, and I'm rating this manga 10/10 read more