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?
If you in a mood of reading a shoujo manga, this is the manga you should be reading. It has similar tropes as many other popular manga such as Kaichou wa Maid Sama, Horimiya, and Last Game, but there are several aspects the author implemented that made this manga a bit more enjoyable.
First off, this manga avoids any unnecessary melodrama. Even though the ReRe Hello's plot is almost the same as other romance manga (a rich, young male and a poor, hard-working female falling in love), the story didn't focus on the difficulties of their backgrounds. The manga tends to stay light-hearted and focuses
on growing love between the two MCs.
The characters too were quite different than the usual shoujo characters. The female MC is funny, inspiring, and over-all realistic. She isn't the typical quite, shy girl nor the headstrong, tough girl. Ririko is more composed and levelheaded in many unknown situations that comes in her way. It was a breath of fresh air reading her character after experiencing countless of other shoujo female protagonists. If you are annoyed of the "tsundere" trope or the shy protagonist, I can almost guarantee that you would enjoy Ririko in ReRe Hello.
Now onto the main guy, Minato Suoh. He too isn't exaggerated personality wise. Of course we must have a over-attractive character in a romance manga, and he takes the cake. Minato is indeed the rich, handsome boy who lives alone in an apartment. We are first given the impression that Minato is gentle, but we later discover his true colors. Minato isn't a sadistic jerk, not at all. But he isn't the Prince Charming as he appears to be, and that isn't a flaw. What I appreciate of Minato is that he doesn't play around or gets overly jealous. He is also composed, and he deals with problems without making a big scene or drama.
The artwork is also one of the many reasons I picked up this manga. There are some panels I questioned, but overall, it's nothing to worry about haha.
Even though drama makes a romance manga exciting, the author made sure to have some conflicts to keep it interesting. The obstacles as well as the lightheartedness kept me interested all the way, but ReRe Hello may have utilized the "love rival" a bit too much for my taste.
Overall, I would recommend ReRe Hello to anyone wanting a good romance manga. If you are itching for drama however, I wouldn't read this. But if you want refreshing romance story, then definitely check this out.
You like shoujo romances? And prefer the fluffy adorable kind (without being corny)? Then this one is for you!
At first, I was a bit sceptical since it's a 'rich dude x normal girl' scenario, which of course can entail lots of drama. But surprisingly, this manga refrained from all this. Instead, there was a nice, realistic development between the main couple, before as well as after getting together.
The biggest plus in my opinion are the characters. Some characters play a pretty small role, but none of them felt out of place or unnecessary. Also, what I preferred about the main couple is that neither of
them got hung up on stupid misunderstandings. Both sides were mature, trusting and actually talked (yes, really!) about things.
For some, this manga might be boring as it really doesn't contain much drama, neither between them nor from third parties. But if you're just looking for some fluff, look no further!
Randomly picking manga is one heck of annoyance but this story made me fall on my knees and wanted to keep reading and landed my first review.
This made me realize how 5 love languages speaks to every character and thier situation. Probably this is just a normal feature of a story but when you compare this fantasy into reality this is a shocking wound that you should endure the circumstances and think through it before you move.
*WORD: I don't know if the japanese culture in dating starts with the word "Please, Go out with me" and when you accept it that means you already
have RELATIONSHIP . Word consist in a magnificent alliance of action and being truthful and honest to your word gives an assurance with your partner.
*TOUCH: I see respect in this manga how the main character give the sense of security of his partner literaly wanted to say "yeah... this is what my generation needs". He doesn't let her felt insecured though there is a lot of girls moving around still he gave his point of view when it comes to real love.
*GIFT: Food, who does not want food? No one, really no one..everyone loves it.
*TIME: Their both busy but giving quality time to your family, friends and your partner is a must but gosh Ririko makes me felt tired,flustered due to tons of work how can she manage it?. I don't know but if this were real for sure she will collapse.
*SERVICE: Literaly SERVICE since the story start as a Master and Servant there is a lot going on but what I really love is the effect of service in every person's life such as happiness, importance and jealousy. Action speaks louder than word that is what this manga showcase. So if you want to be happy read it.
Like: reality check what is this generation posting when it comes to love how being rich is equally as an advantage venture of poor.
"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,
while he is wealthy, loving, and athletic. The obvious criticism here is that they are too far above reproach, and some planned character flaws would make for a more realistic story. Indeed, Minato's pettiness when it comes to his family is never really called out, but this is because the mangaka included such a trite plotline that was inconsistent with the actual character.
But ReRe Hello shines as distinctly different from its shoujo peers whenever a conflict is presented. Rather than tortuous, ongoing misunderstandings between characters, Minato and Ririko show themselves to have strong communication skills and demonstrate resolve in figuring things out. Have you ever rolled your eyes at how a character will be "determined" to follow a course of action, only to have some other character convince them otherwise within the same chapter? You don't have to deal with that in this manga. Of course there are still small complications or misunderstandings (to keep the story alive), but you won't find yourself tearing out your hair at the main girl's timidity or lack of confidence, and you won't have to justify any cruel behavior on behalf of the main guy.
It's a casual manga. Most of the settings are altogether normal (i.e. no plane-chasing sequences or diving into rivers). Even Minato's wealthiness doesn't become a barrier between the two, which is such a relief in this genre.
I recommend it for a light, weekend read!