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Orange Marmalade

Orange Marmalade

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Japanese: 오렌지 마말레이드


Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 66
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 12, 2011 to Dec 29, 2013
Authors: SeokWoo (Story & Art)
Serialization: Naver Webtoon


Score: 8.121 (scored by 13765 users)
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Ranked: #7142
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Popularity: #275
Members: 26,719
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Set in a time when vampires are ubiquitous in society, treated as outcasts, and forced to keep their identities hidden—despite having signed a peace treaty two hundred years ago, following which they have satisfied their hunger with merely pig's blood—Orange Marmalade tells the story of Baek Ma Ri, a young vampire who has faced great difficulty due to her nature. Feared and hated, the girl has been driven away from several neighborhoods and is eager to settle down with her family in their current city. The endless prejudice has left her disillusioned about friendship and love; however, the sweet-scented blood of Jung Jae Min stirs something within her and renders her unable to resist biting into the neck of the charming man. Ma Ri must now cope with her life after this encounter, as her victim begins to fall in love with her.

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Orange Marmalade is originally a webtoon series which was officially published in paperbook format by Semicolon Books (세미콜론) since June 11, 2013.

The series was published digitally in English by LINE Webtoon from June 30, 2014 to September 20, 2016.


Baek, Ma Ri
Jung, Jae Min
Han, Si Hoo
Jo, Ah Ra
Jung, Soo Ri
Ha, Na Bi
Yoo, Chaerin

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Jul 15, 2013
Arte_mis (All reviews)
Let’s just get to the review...

STORY - 7/10
Orange Marmalade is a story about a vampire girl living in vampire-hating world that catches the eye of the most popular guy in school. Sounds like an overused plot, i know.

You see the thing is, the element that enhances this cliche-sounding story to the heights of a good one, is the execution of the story itself. Look at the very first page of the the first chapter and you'll know what I mean. While reading, I personally loved the atmosphere it created, made me feel at ease. The pacing of the story is just perfect. It read more
Feb 9, 2015
Rampant (All reviews)
Nothing about this is fun, meaningful, sweet, or tragic.

The main plot setting is that humans are irrationally, wildly racist against vampires to an extent that is unfathomably unrealistic. The "love interest" is a pushy stalker. The main character is a gutless, bland loser. Since the art is average, it leaves the work with no redeeming factors.

This could have been an interesting work despite the flawed premise if any of the characters were particularly fun or unique, but nobody offers anything. Instead it is nothing but a slow paced abomination. "OMG being vampire is suffering" is not an interesting story.
Jun 30, 2014
henyome (All reviews)
On the surface this seems like your typical high school vampire romance—and make no mistake, it is true to its shoujo nature, but the execution of the plot is utterly flawless. Orange Marmalade plays out like a simple but effective allegory, dealing with the unfair treatment and oppression of vampires, who have now turned to pig blood rather than human blood to try to acclimate and adjust to modern human society. Despite their efforts and a three-hundred year peace treaty, vampires have been forced to hide their true nature lest they face discrimination and harassment by their human neighbors.

What is so exceptional about this series read more
Dec 25, 2014
Zeroskye (All reviews)

Vampire romances are from rare, so what makes Orange Marmalade so good? The execution. In vampire shoujos, more often than not, the vampires are perceived as cool or alluring by the humans. Orange Marmalade, on the other hand, decides to take a realistic shot at the relationship between vampires and humans. When reality is suddenly invaded by the supernatural, you shouldn't be thinking along the lines of "Oh, he's so cool" or "Dude, I wanna be the friend of that vampire/werewolf/ghost." The characters of Orange Marmalade act just like how we would; we follow stereotypes and don't take action when others are ostracized due read more


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