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Full House

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Japanese: 풀하우스
English: Full House
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Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 16
Chapters: 122
Status: Finished
Published: 2002 to 2007
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Romance Romance
Demographic: Josei Josei
Serialization: None
Authors: Won, Soo-yeon (Story & Art)


Score: 7.381 (scored by 587587 users)
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Ranked: #34422
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Popularity: #7532
Members: 1,887
Favorites: 13

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Ellie is an aspiring screenwriter in London, far from her home in Korea. While her life is a bit lonely, her one comfort is Full House, the estate left to her by her recently deceased father and the only tangible memory of him she has left. Meanwhile, world famous actor Ryder Baye is the obsession of many a stalker and tabloid reporter. Ellie barely remembers who he is, until the day she is unceremoniously evicted. Somehow, Ryder Baye manages to purchase Full House. Ellie will stop at nothing to reclaim her home. Ryder vows to stand his ground and hold onto his new purchase. The battle for Full House is fiery, with tempers ranging and sparks flying. What are two enemies to do when there is an intense attraction burning just below the surface? Ellie and Ryder may discover that their explosive chemistry under the same roof may turn them into a happy couple...as long as they can refrain from killing each other!

(Source: Netcomics)


The first four volumes of Full House were first published in English by CPM Manhwa from August 15, 2004 to June 1, 2007, before the title was cancelled. It was later published digitally by Net Comics, starting March 8, 2012, but dropped after the first seven volumes.

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Jan 18, 2013
Itena (All reviews)
Alright. This is a great piece of work.

This manhwa had such a different feel, different mood to it than most other manga that I've read. There's an air of sophistication in there.

You can thank the artwork with it's unique, almost western style to it. I can compare it to the illustrations you'd see in a classic book publishing. And it gets better as you go along reading the series. It certainly fits its British setting.

You can also thank the character development. Particularly with Ellie, who is an unapologetic, strong, fierce woman; one who grows with you as you read on.

It's a long story, read more
Jul 25, 2012
mb000123 (All reviews)
Well I'm bad at making reviews but I think that this story was really good. It shows the struggles of love. Yes near the middle I got up set since they are so in love with each other that it blinds them. I recommend this manga to any one who like to read about the struggles of love and if you do read it and get frustrated with it near the middle continue to read it you will love the ending. :)
Jul 22, 2012
ericamaine (All reviews)
I really don't see how this isn't reviewed at all. I am going to be completely honest; reading this was more torture than enjoyment for various reason. One being by volume 7 I saw little to none character development between Ryder and Elle.

Story:8: The story line was the main reason why I began reading this. I won't say it is original though. From a broad aspect, just looking at the synopsis, it does seem to be different from normal love stories. However, if looking into it, it is the same as everything else. Meaning two characters who hate each other but in the end read more


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