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Narration of Love at 17

Narration of Love at 17

Alternative Titles

English: Narration of Love at 17
Synonyms: Narration in Seventeen

Information

Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: Not available
Authors: Kang, Kyungok (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

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Score: 6.761 (scored by 50 users)
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Ranked: #108612
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Popularity: #17334
Members: 152
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Volumes: /4
Chapters: /9

Synopsis

Seyoung is an ordinary 17-year-old schoolgirl who plays mediocre roles in her school's drama productions. Her real-life drama develops as she finds herself falling for her childhood playmate Hyunwoo, who he is drifting away from her and toward a TV star schoolmate named Hyemi. When Seyoung works up the nerve to profess her feelings to Hyunwoo, he thinks she is merely working on her acting! Seyoung lives out her youth as if the entire world is a stage, but as she basks in the bright lights of innocence she seeks someone in the audience to recognize the light within her.

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Background

Narration of Love at 17 was first published in English by Netcomics from July 1, 2006 to August 20, 2007. The same publisher released a digital version as well on January 29, 2015.

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chichiriNoDa
Nov 9, 2010
"But right now... I can't see past the world of a 17-year-old."

Narration of love at 17 is a well crafted shoujo series that centers around a teenager named Seyoung. The series sets itself apart from the usual and tired concept as most of the case in shojo stories by being somewhat philosophic and melancholic. It focuses more on the main characters emotion and thoughts rather than having characters face hardships and such unwanted obstacles.

I must admit I wish for a rollercoaster heartbreaking drama between the main characters but rather the series was straightforward. The story is simple and was rather written realistically. As readers we read more
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tlne
Nov 23, 2012
Seyoung is easy on the eyes, but she isn’t a knockout. She’s logical, but she doesn’t always get the best grades. And she’s skilled, but not overly talented. Seyoung is a person, to say so in the least, but throughout the series it becomes clear that she never wants the word “normal” in front of it. If there is a future that cannot be known, how could you say an individual is “normal”? If there are endless amounts of possibilities and futures in this world, then how do you know you wouldn’t be “different”? In the eyes of Seyoung, an existentialism-angsty teenager, she faces the read more
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