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This series is a real treat!
Oct 29, 2008 reviewed by Jettneko (Chocolat Vol. 06)
If you are a fan or have a friend who's crazy about a band (especially one with gorgeous men), this manwha will ring true. This particular volume resolves one cliff-hanger from Vol. 5 and leaves you wondering about what's going to happen next in Vol.7. The biggest question on my mind is who will Kum-Ji end up with from Yo-I? Will she finally accept E-Soh and his affections, figuring that she'll care for him eventually? Or will E-Wan realize that Kum-Ji's feelings are not just what a fan feels for an idol, change his mind, and take back his rejection?
There's all sorts of romantic misunderstandings in this manwha and it's one of the reasons I love it. The art is pretty and there are several hilarious scenes in it, making it one of my treasured series.
The best part about Volumes 5 and above? Yen Press (it's translater/producer) just signed on with Hachette Book Group, USA, (which enabled them to continue with all those wonderful manwhas), and their manwha have never looked better! The pages are clean, white quality paper (as opposed to the previous grayish-white newspaper quality), and they've kept all the aspects that made Yen Press's books so great like the glossy color pages in the front. Vol. 6 even has a fold-out color poster!
If you liked this or any of Yen Press's titles before, you'll LOVE them now. I plan to repurchase all of this series once Hachette Book Group prints a second run of Vols. 1-4. Check out Yen Press's other continued titles in the recommended list (the first one listed is the creators of Chocolat's other series).
Jettneko also recommended: Very, Very Sweet, You’re So Cool, Goong, 11th Cat, Alice on Deadlines, Angel Diary, the Antique Gift Shop, Bring it On, Cynical Orange, Hissing, Legend, the Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Moon Boy, One Thousand and One Nights,
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