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Koi ni Nare!

Koi ni Nare!

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Synonyms: Let's Go Love!
Japanese: 恋になれ!


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 20, 2011 to Jan 19, 2013
Genres: Romance, School, Yaoi
Authors: Itsuki, Kaname (Art), Tsukimura, Kei (Story)
Serialization: Craft


Score: 7.531 (scored by 1511 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #2466
Members: 2,608
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Chapters: /6


Komatsu Shin was shaken when he was found out to be gay, but his roommate Nakajima was unaffected and arranged a blind date for him. However, the guy who showed up was actually the dorm supervisor, Shindo-sensei!

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Sep 11, 2014
Note: I'm rewriting this review after having re-read the manga. My opinions changed a bit since I found some flaws I didn't see the first time. It's a great read none the less.

Let's Go Love! is a story about first love for one of the characters, while having to deal with homosexuality and its problems. It was told in a very sweet and somewhat realistic way and that is why I enjoyed it so much.

Story 8/10:
Plot: The is about a student who just discovered he is gay and wonders how to deal with these new feelings. When his roomate learns about his sexual orientation, he read more
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May 18, 2016
*This Review Contains Spoilers*

This manga was adorable, short, sweet and to the point. I was smiling all the way through. Since it is only six chapters, there is not a whole lot of character development, but I thought the artists managed to create wonderfully likable characters with what they had. I particularly liked the protagonist, Komatsu. I found his internal struggle very relatable, and his reactions and emotions felt realistic and appropriate.
As a teacher myself, at first I was a little put-off by Shindo-sensei's behavior. As a teacher, he should be able to control his behavior, and I was sure he was aware that the read more
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