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Synonyms: Harekon.
Japanese: ハレ婚。


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jun 23, 2014 to ?
Authors: NON (Story & Art)


Score: 7.061 (scored by 2254 users)
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Ranked: #84762
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Popularity: #867
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Koharu, tired of all the men in her life being lying, married philanderers, decides to move back home, away from the city. Once there she finds her family saddled with a huge debt and no way out, until a handsome but creepy stranger offers to pay the debt, at the same time asking her to marry him. But, as if things weren't crazy enough, he already has two wives!

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Nov 15, 2016
rapo1 (All reviews)
This manga is so outright odd and absurd it's hilarious, impossible to take it seriously.
The "seductive but autistic" shoujo man archetype here is brought to its astounding limits.
The women are a little more vivid, which is not saying much, even if the protagonist just take decisions for the sake of the plot. No character improvement so far whatsoever (when you think Koharu finally grew up a little, BANG she does something really stupid).
The "moral clashs" the characters have in the course of the story are laughable, same thing as the occasional drama.
I guess if you like abusive relationships or hitting your read more
Feb 23, 2017
leonebula (All reviews)
though I oppose polygamy(and the opposite) act but this manga really gets me into it aside of my views.

the story is not about typical harem manga stuff, the author really describe polygamy in women perspective, and since the women who encounter this situation is the MC, whom an individual, asexual(?), tomboy girl, the story went awkward, but rather become funnier somehow lol.

another thing that catch my eyes is the CHARACTERS, OHHHHH the author were too goood for this one.
its not moes*it, its a semi-real creatures we were talk about, its a rare thing to see cute, beautiful ladies pairing with long haired cool cooling read more
Jul 17, 2017
Tokoya (All reviews)
Originally when I first discovered this series, I was very intrigued not only because of the mature themes (And fanservice) but also because I found the premise to be very interesting and different since it dealt with polygamy which is something I haven't seen in an anime/manga and especially one set in modern times, but sadly, my excitement slowly went to shit

Story - 3/10

As I said before, the premise really sold me because it followed the polygamist relationship of the main male character and his two wives (Yuzu and Madoka) and then later the impact of having a third girl (Koharu) entering the fray and read more
Sep 26, 2017
Vaniljakebab (All reviews)
I found none of the reviews here did Hare-Kon much justice and wanted to chip in my own two cents. Hare-Kon has kept me in its grip for a long while now! **NO SPOILERS!**

At first, the reader might find out there's little to no room for identifying oneself with the world of Hare-Kon. The downright sexist setting of one-man-several-women-polygamy endorsed by the authorities, new characters with shady incentives or Koharu's unfavorable circumstances can leave any reader anticipating upcoming events with a hefty dose of disgust and disdain—but also hopefulness.

Personally I found the cause of anxiety in Hare-Kon isn't really the controversial subject of awkwardly introducing read more


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