Mi-Ri Hwang: Boarding House of Hunks (BHOF, #1)

This series It didn t even have that satisfactory of an ending either This is ust meh i LOVE THE CHARACTERS THE STORY EVERYTHINGTHANK U MI RI HWANG FOR WRITNG THIS BOOK UR THE BEST The perfect situation for any boy crazy girl is to move into a house full of cute guys Jae Yoo makes the wrong move though when she pisses off Ji Hu by dumping his best friend To make matters worse Ji Hu is the son of the landlady at the boarding house of hunksMainly directed at a younger audience I did find this series enjoyable to read but it did not have to be told in 17 volumes It is not a serious romance drama but is pretty cheesy and makes fun of itself a lot The whole serious takes on a hilarity to it because there are so many misunderstandings between the charactersNote This revi So kawai. And even a cute guy who seems to be interested in her What’s this Ji Hu is the landlady’s son And how is it that he knows about Jae Yoo’s most embarrassing moment in life What kind of life will the two lead under the same roof Will they be able to live together at al.

Espite it being 17 volumes long the entire plot consisted of I love you but I don t trust you so I m not going to say anything until it all blows up in our faces This plot point was beaten to death throughout the entire series That the characters are rather shallow only makes the cyclical plot that much irritating Don t even get me started on the relationship between our main characters I felt like I was reading exhibit A in a murder trial as these two seem destined to kill one anotherThis is all made frustrating since the series had a decent start and the artwork is nice It s ust that if the story had been condensed and less time had been spent repeating the same cycle over and over again it could have been a far stronger work Read it because it s free but I really didn t like. Friend Ji Hu and from that point on the two are constantly going at each other’s throats like cats and dogs When Jae Yoo finally accomplishes her dream of entering the “boarding house of hunks” she thinks that nothing could go wrong An amazing house a kind landlady.

Review of the entire 17 volumes So many misunderstandings so many volumes so much of repeating the same over and over again and so many irritable and irritating characters Not to mention half of them didn t get an ending good or bad but were simply discarded so that the plot for the main couple proceeded It s good for a shoujo manhwa but it s best read by young readers and when I say young I mean highschoolers who re still into intrigue and cheesy cliche types of romance In a nutshell this is one of those series that you ll read in its entirety because it s free but dislike it overall Aside from the unlikable characters what really did this series in for me was that it was too overly long and the cast of characters was far too wide There wasn t much character development and Boy crazy Jae Yoo is willing to go through any underhanded means if it means living in the boarding house full of hot guys Even if it’s going out on a blind date with the dorkiest boy in the school When she dumps the guy immediately after she pisses off his handsome best.

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Mi Ri Hwang is a Korean manhwa creator