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ReRe Hello

ReRe Hello

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Synonyms: Mebuki Kimidori
Japanese: ReReハロ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 47
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 13, 2013 to Sep 13, 2016
Authors: Minami, Touko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Bessatsu Margaret


Score: 7.921 (scored by 3188 users)
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Ranked: #11972
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Popularity: #739
Members: 10,000
Favorites: 128
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Volumes: /11
Chapters: /47
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Ririko is a hardworking girl who has been performing the role of a mother in her household after the death of her own one when she was five. When her father, a handyman, is stricken with illness and admitted to a hospital, Ririko decides to take up the role of a handyman to help her father's business in his absence. Her first client is a rich teenage boy with high expectations of his helpers. Will she be able to satisfy him?

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Volume 3: Mebuki Kimidori


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Feb 15, 2018
jcrayz (All reviews)
"Should I keep it a secret from him? ...No, it's better to be honest."
ReRe Hello does not get nearly enough credit for its unconventional approach to shoujo manga. I am surprised MAL didn't recommend it to me sooner, as it proved to be a rather solid selection from the genre.
The unique aspect of this series comes from the straightforwardness of its leads. My favorite mangas usually boast strong supporting cast, but this was one of a few that relies more heavily on its main characters. Minato and Ririko make a capable couple; she is studious, reliable, domestically talented, and physically strong, read more
Nov 12, 2014
mrssirmawk (All reviews)
ReRe Hello is a cute, refreshing shoujo manga with surprisingly considerate, normal, but still lovable characters.

The plot is really promising: Ririko lost her mother when she was 5, therefore she has to take care of her father and her younger brother. Minato the male protagonist has the same loss and a broken relationship with his father. There is a huge distance in their financial and social position, but still a slowly growing relationship starts between them.

Despite of the really dramatic background, Rere Hello doesn't want to be more, than an entertaining shoujo manga without any real dramatic moments. The problems and situations of read more
Aug 21, 2017
ChatNoir_24 (All reviews)
ReRe Hello is a good story. But I really expected more from it. It's that type of shoujo where u have to wait 20 chapters for confession and it was really annoying. The plot is so promising, but there's no drama and not much comedy either. MCs are ordinary, without special characteristics. Story is sweet and cute on it's own way, but I was too annoyed that I had to wait so long that I can't even feel it's cuteness.
Art is good.
So, for me this manga was boring to read. I couldn't get attached to characters.
If you're ok with so stretched plot, with classic read more


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