Kimi no Sei
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Kimi no Sei

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Japanese: 君のせい


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: 2009
Genres: DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, ShoujoShoujo
Authors: Chatani, Ami (Art), Sakurairo (Story)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.031 (scored by 47824,782 users)
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Ranked: #71752
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Popularity: #1179
Members: 10,047
Favorites: 33


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Jul 11, 2012
Parisbelle (All reviews)
Childhood, a time when most of your blissful memories are made. But what if the only thing you can recall most vividly is when you were bullied by classmates, treated as though you’re better off dead, and above all, were told to die?

Kimi no Sei is a unique, heartwarming tale of a bully and a bullied. Takaya, the bully, grows up from the boy who does things for the sake of fitting in with the crowd to a handsome young man who goes through various relationships. Yurina, the bullied, grows up less normally, and has developed a fear of accepting trust from men or read more
Sep 7, 2015
Nervin (All reviews)
Some may have gone through the experience of bullying, whether it was direct or indirect. What if the person who bullied you fell in love with you? Would you be able to forgive and love in return? Kimi no Sei is a shoujo manga that tries to build a romantic relationship between the bullier and the bullied, though it fails to present it in a believable way.

The story of Kimi no Sei centers around Takaya, the bullier, and Yurina, the bullied. These two encounter later on a mixer. Takaya immediately falls in love with Yurina, promting her to date him; however he doesn't recognize read more
Mar 21, 2013
halfshadows (All reviews)
Imagine being bullied in grade school for no reason. Having no friends and constantly being picked on and being forced to move away. Then, years later, the person who started all of it confesses to you. You end up with Kimi no Sei.

Then a plan for revenge but what ho? What happens when you start falling in love with this person. And that's it. The rest of the story is the inner turmoil of the main character as she tries to overcome her conflicting feelings of her past, and her present. The story never surprises you, and drama is almost nonexistent, although it does remain read more
Sep 19, 2015
Chinomi-san (All reviews)
First off, this is a romance, so you know that Takaya and Yurina are going to have something, but the past keeps getting in the way. Takaya doesn't remember a thing about the bullying until Yurina tells him up front, and while he is sorry, he can't erase the past. What's more, he is in love with her. Yurina is dead set against liking him at all because of what he did to her in the past. It's something that she believes is unforgivable.

What's really great about this manga is the character development. Yurina has to come to terms with her feelings about the past read more
Feb 12, 2018
marin1289 (All reviews)
Bullying, romance and change of hearts - the story had potential but didn't develop really strong I am not sure if it was because they only had a few chapters that the story turned to be in a rush. It didn't even include what happned to Rino and the guy who looks like Takaya in the end. It would have been nice if they allotted a chapter or two just so they can add a resolution to that conflict. Presenting multiple conflicts in a story is not good if you don't plan to make the manga lengthy enough to resolve those conflicts. The art was read more
Oct 24, 2019
LadyAxeFace (All reviews)
Geeze, Kimi no Sei is such a bizarre rollercoaster. It starts off normal enough, with the premise that Takaya used to bully Yukina in grade school, which for her was horribly traumatic, but he barely remembers it. In college, they're reunited, and not really remembering her, Takaya is instantly attracted to Yukina. Yukina does remember, and decides to get revenge. At first this manga seemed like it was going to be a realistic exploration of this type of problematic premise, so if that bothers you, then obviously don't read it. One thing I liked about it is that rather being nicey nice, the author wrote read more