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Sugarholic, Vol. 1

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As part of her grandmother's scheme, twenty-year-old Jae-Gyu is sent from her secluded country village to the big city. Completely out of her element and out of money, Jae-Gyu manages to get into trouble as soon as she gets off the bus. She expected the move would be rough, but she never thought she'd meet the last person she ever wanted to see again - Hee-Do, a boy from g ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published August 4th 2009 by Yen Press
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Rossy
May 18, 2010 Rossy rated it it was amazing
I really like the art in this manga, ah so many bishies!
The story is also quite interesting but contrary to others opinion, i felt the way the story developed was great. Though sometimes i felt like a page was missing amongs the volume or chapter, which made the story a bit weak. The ending was fabulous! It made it seem quite real, it showed their relationship was strong and no matter if it was time or distance, nothing can separate the two. Ever.

Yeah, i was a total sap in this one!LOL
Chibineko
Oct 28, 2010 Chibineko rated it liked it
Now in most manga it's easy to tell who is going to end up with who & you can usually tell a plot arc or storyline from a mile away. Even with the greatest mangas, there's still an air of predictability to the whole saga. (With a few exceptions of course!) Maybe it's this unpredictability that makes me so indecisive over this manga.

The manga follows the character of Jae-Gyu as she's sent from her grandmother's house in the country to the big city to live with her brother. Unfortunately for h
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Mrs.soule
Feels like a watered-down Skip-Beat...but I like Skip-Beat.
Jessica
Jun 25, 2012 Jessica rated it really liked it
What do you do when your grandma sends you to the city?! Especially when you like to sleep all day...and have a perchance for trouble. Jae-Gyu comes to the big city to cause BIG TROUBLE!
Monica
Jun 24, 2010 Monica rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: People who like Romance-Mangas
Recommended to Monica by: Barns & Noble
Interesting, although the pictures are confusing b/c I can't tell if it's a boy or girl and they all look different from when they were young.
Kelly
Jul 27, 2012 Kelly rated it liked it
Shelves: manga, owned
I felt that the plot was a bit rushed and some of the reactions seemed emotionally unrealistic. However, some parts were amusing.
Snow
Nov 10, 2009 Snow rated it liked it
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Sarah Evans
Aug 11, 2010 Sarah Evans rated it liked it
Standard mahnwa themes, but not feeling particularly inspired. Willing to see where it goes.
CJ -Doctor can you help me, 'cause something just don't feel right
The main character is annoying. Hopefully this changed
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GooGoo Gong is a two-person comics-making team comprised of creators Maria and Jang-Ah. Maria has done a number of solo projects in Japan, including "Koi-Moyou" and "Lovesick."
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