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Girls Educational Charter

Girls Educational Charter

Alternative Titles

English: President Dad
Japanese: 소녀교육헌장

Information

Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 43
Status: Finished
Published: 2002 to 2004
Genres: Comedy, Drama
Authors: Rhim, Ju-Yeon (Story & Art)
Serialization: Issue

Statistics

Score: 7.091 (scored by 204 users)
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Ranked: #77592
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Popularity: #10241
Members: 482
Favorites: 9
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Volumes: /7
Chapters: /43

Synopsis

Ami Won's late mother always told her to grow up to be an exemplary woman. And the chance presents itself now that her dad has been elected President of Korea. Thus begins this klutzy girl's transformation into the girl her mother had always hoped she'd become. However, in the spotlight and imbued with a kind of social power she never expected, Ami is now beset on all sides by the jealous and dismayed. Her cousin Bi-Na leads this parade. Bi-Na considers herself naturally charismatic and infinitely more charming, so she feels she deserves the role as Korea's First Lady.

(Source: Tokyopop)

Background

Girls Educational Charter was published in English as President Dad by Tokyopop from December 7, 2004 to November 13, 2007.

Characters

Fahrenheit
Fahrenheit
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Won, Ami
Won, Ami
Main


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katara11111
Feb 24, 2013
Story:
This has a good story for the first few books then it just gets crazy and stupid, it turns in to a supernatural story in the end and just becomes very fanfiction like

Art:
It's good

Character:
Very good to start but then they all become almost sue-ish
Enjoyment- loved the beginning hated the end.
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Whipped-Cream
Jun 28, 2013
PERFECT PERFECT JUST PERFECT I will reread this till the day I die. It has a great plot, and I think the small amount of supernatural ties readers in quite nicely. Its one of those stories that I think I would hear as a fairy tale. I also like how the author managed to make it something you keep reading by making it at first from the perspective of a 14 year old, but by the end of it being a 16ish year old (grow with the story). I have yet to purchase any of the volumes T.T but I really want to and read more
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