The time has come for 20-something Sunyool Lee, the daughter of a famous politician, to tie the knot. Though she takes her impending arranged marriage mostly in stride, Sunyool is understandably distressed when her father presents her with three potential husbands-to-be. They’re all so cute, she can’t pick just one! A few awkward dates later, Sunyool agrees to marry Sihyun Park; while the two barely know one another, they resolve to build a connection before consummating their relationship. Will Sunyool and her new hubby stumble upon marital bliss or will their romance be over before it even starts?
Please, Please Me by Kisun follows three single women living in Seoul, South Korea. Aeri Goo is an illustrator who can’t seem to land any man, much less the right one. Her roommate Nagyung Kang is a stylish career minded woman who isn’t afraid to work hard, but whose pride stops her from finding true love. Jumsoon, an old friend of Nagyung, has no problem finding men – and using them for their money. Will any of these women be able to find love – and themselves — in the bustling Korean capital?
Genre: Romance, Drama
Length: 6 vols, Complete
Yooi has grown up working almost every day of her life. It’s not easy growing up with no parents around to take care of you. Lida has had it all: fame, wealth, beauty and family. Starting their first day of classes they meet unexpectedly and are shocked to see they could be identical twins. It should have been nothing more than an oddity Lida would have to live with, but there is trouble creeping into her perfect life and Yooi seems to be the only one that can help and Yooi could really use the money. Soon both begin to understand that the closer their lives get, the more dark secrets come to light.
As I was perusing the manwha titles at Netcomics I was pulled in by this one. I have to admit that I was dragged in because it’s one of those books with a crazy title, or maybe it was the bright red cover that’s hard to ignore.