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Cheese in the Trap Season 1

Cheese in the Trap Season 1

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Japanese: 치즈인더트랩 시즌1

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Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 27
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 7, 2010 to May 26, 2011
Authors: Soonkki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Naver Webtoon

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Score: 8.451 (scored by 3150 users)
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Ranked: #1742
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Popularity: #665
Members: 9,753
Favorites: 564
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Volumes: /6
Chapters: /27
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Synopsis

Having returned to college after a year long break, Hong Sul, a hard-working over-achiever, inadvertently got on the wrong side of a suspiciously perfect senior named Yu Jeong. From then on her life took a turn for the worse and Sul was almost certain it was all Yu Jeong's doing. So why is he suddenly acting so friendly a year later?

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Aug 13, 2013
PinkShippuden (All reviews)
Preliminary
This is actually my first review, so don't expect much.

I'm not really a big fan of mystery, but this one takes the cake...or something.

Almost the whole story is being told by Hong Sul, the main character's point of view. The things she encounters, the trouble she goes through and the people she meets. There isn't any fantasy or anything supernatural in this story, yet it is by far one of the best things I have read.

Give this try, even if you're thinking it'll be boring. In the end, It doesn't hurt to try does it? I actually thought about not reading this at first, read more
Dec 6, 2014
quips (All reviews)
Preliminary
Cheese in the Trap takes a common shoujo premise: popular, aloof guy who has it all suddenly starts paying attention to a "normal" girl and comes to her rescue in various ways (with bullies, studying, etc), and shows what would happen in real life: Sul is suspicious of how Joon's seemingly randomly decided to become her friend and she's often got more important things to worry about then him, issues of family and friendship that can't just be handwaved away by some random rich guy. The story is funny, heartwarming and full of mystery.

The Good:
Characters: The cast of characters is amazing! The main character, Sul, read more
Jun 19, 2013
anachit (All reviews)
Preliminary
This is by far the most realist slice of life manhwa (korean manga) I have read. I like the character design, nothing is exaggerated. You have a fun time exploring the character, and as the heroin Hong Sul, gets to know other character, you feel that you too are getting familiar. You feel like you too are part of the story.

The format is really interesting, the story alternates between the past and the present, giving you a better understanding of the situation. though it might seem confusing at first, it gets you hooked.

It has quit a lot usage of suspense, which it what read more
Jun 4, 2014
bobolee12 (All reviews)
Preliminary
ART_ 10
The audience would appreciate the art if he/she loves Pop art from the 60's.
It has a strong sense of simplicity and minimalism.
Rather than detailing so much, the simple things pops into the viewers eyes.
Its clean and absolutely fantastic.
I was getting tired of unrealistic eyes, nose, lips, etc... but this was FRESH.

STORY_10
Realistic, Fresh, and Understandable and Reasonable.
It has just the right amount of thrill and romance. Past and the Present.

Character_10
So realistic.
Something I appreciate is...
Even though Yoo Jeong (유정) is Filthy Rich, he lives a normal life... not like all the other crappy stereotype mangas about rich boys or read more

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