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Angel Shop

Angel Shop

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English: Angel Shop
Japanese: Angel Shop


Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 19
Status: Finished
Published: 2003 to 2005
Genres: Shoujo
Authors: Sook, Ji Hwang (Story & Art), Hwang, Sook Ji (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 6.991 (scored by 269 users)
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Ranked: #87882
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Popularity: #8716
Members: 617
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ManhwaSook, Ji Hwang (Story & Art), Hwang, Sook Ji (Story & Art)
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Volumes: /4
Chapters: /19


In an age of robotic servants and technology, Boris is a 16-year-old boy, when he meets Yuri Angel, an expressionless beauty getting ready to turn 15 and a great robot builder, his life gets a little crazy.


Angel Shop was initially published in English by Central Park Media under CPM Manhwa imprint on October 13, 2005. The final 3 volumes wasn't released.


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Aug 23, 2011
This manhwa is the best art-wise I've ever read. I love this style - detailed, with a lot of heart put into clothes, enviroment. Therefore: 10 for the art.

Story: 7
At the beginning I though it was heading for some master-servant plotstyle, which can be enjoyed, of course, to some extent. But it did not.
There are moments, when the plot goes a little bit too fast to really enjoy it, but there are really great moment, like Yuri revealing her family's secret, and Boris' actions at the end.

The story had a lot of comical situation, that can be enjoyed. There were really WEIRD situations, but read more
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May 26, 2012
I've got to say, I didn't jump into this manwha expecting to enjoy it. However, I was completely wrong in this assumption, and ended up really liking it.

As far as the art went, I found it very pleasant to look at. The art was very detailed, and very soft and inviting, almost giving off a warmth that few artists can effectively achieve. The artwork itself LOOKS like it belongs in shojo, adding to the tone and feel of the entire series.

I did have a hard time relating to some characters, because their personalities seemed so unrealistic and dry. This was contrasted by other read more
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