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Cutie Boy

Cutie Boy

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 큐티보이


Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 39
Status: Finished
Published: Not available
Authors: Hwang, Mi Ri (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.541 (scored by 2942 users)
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Ranked: #31742
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Popularity: #1375
Members: 5,443
Favorites: 58


Both are manhwa shoujo, which involve "jjangs", gangs and romance. Quite similar twists/developments - the female lead is kidnapped as part of a revenge plot, etc... Although the female lead from He Dedicated to Roses cross dresses as a guy for parts of the story. Both female leads are treated similarly by their classmates (in Hana Yori Dango it's due to Makino's social status, while for Ida it's because of her maid-master relationship with Mimi in HD2R). 
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The female leads are similar as they are pressured by their peers (at different levels of severity), they get called average by those surrounding them (looks, grades, etc) and share similar love interests. Yoo-Min and Tsukasa both bully the girls they love without realizing the troubles they're causing and are leaders of groups which are notorious within their area. There are also some similar plots, such as the female lead being kidnapped in a revenge plot against the male lead then get saved by the male lead. 
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Both are manhwas about a girl who starts a relationship with the "Jjang" of a high school. Quite similar twists/developments - rivalry between two jjangs over the female lead, the female lead is kidnapped as part of a revenge plot, etc... 
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both heroine/school leader fall for unexpected badboy. 
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Both have a female lead that was tormented by the male lead as children. Their emotional and psychological scars carry into the future making it difficult for the male to form a romantic relationship with the female. Although, Cutie boy is set in high school and has a more comedic tone than Kimi no sei, which so far seems to have a more mature feel to it and it takes place while the main characters are supposedly in college.  
reportRecommended by tensainobaka
Both main characters end up in bad situations and have to deal with abusive guys who happen to be in love with them. 
reportRecommended by tarms_shani
In both a tom boyish tough girl gets involved with a gang which is the exact kind of people she hates the most!! She has to stay by the gang leader's side because either she has to pay off a huge debt (tokyo crazy paradise) or has to become the girlfriend of the gang leader (Cutie Boy) but as she gets to know the gang leader she finds out that he's not so bad, when he's not annoying her!!! Both of these series are really good :) 
reportRecommended by hunnysenpai
Similar bad boy concept. Mamotte has a bit of smut though, just to warn you guys. 
reportRecommended by piyopiyo
Both deals with a girl who fell in love with a guy that isn't so nice like they thought 
reportRecommended by Absintax
It's both shojo and martial arts... I think you'd deffinatley enjoy it! 
reportRecommended by elfmagic777
Both are about a girl who is forced into a relationship with a "gang member" after mistaking their personality. 
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The heroines are completely different, but somehow the story is about the same? How'd that happen. Both are good reads though. I think it's the same artist. 
reportRecommended by elfmagic777
The interconections between the characters are absolutly compelling as teh story grows and delves into them. 
reportRecommended by Yemi_Hikari
Both of them have several connecting points. Like complcated love, gangs, fighting and even serten personallity traits of the characters resemble eachother.  
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