Manhwa Novella Collection 1 Lie To Me

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About Manhwa Novella Collection 1 Lie To Me

This is the first volume of Netcomics' Manhwa Novella Collections, a monthly anthology of the most prominent Korean authors and their works. Volume 1 contains three of the most popular shorter works by one of the most famous shojo writers in Korea, Youngran Lee, including Lie to Me.

Lie to Me
Hyunjin pays the previous owner of her new apartment, Gangjae, a visit. Yet instead of getting him to pay for the overdue bills he's been neglecting, she receives the cold shoulder. So when Gangjae later gets into a car accident, and loses two months' worth of memories, thoughts of sweet revenge lead Hyunjin to pretend to be his girl friend.But what happens when Gangjae recovers his memories? Will he never want to see her again, or will something else come of Hyunjin's expert lies and acting skills...?

Sleeping with the Enemy
Already a notorious bad girl in her first year of high school, Myunghae goes on a group date where she meets a guy two years older than she is. The evening ends with an argument and Myunghae delivering a powerful kick to her date's knee. Just another night out, right? Right - until the very next morning, when Myunghae learns that the man she fought with is none other than her new math teacher! Will Myunghae survive his subtle tortures? Can she remain her rebellious self?

French Kiss
Yoonha can't stand her narcissistic friend Jooyoung, especially when the latter picks on her weak-willed friend. So after one argument, when Jooyoung dares Yoonha to kiss anyone in the cafe where they're sitting, Yoonha can hardly back down. But the random stranger she walks up to just happens to be Joonsuh, an exceptionally good-looking yet naive guy. Her bold act draws Joonsuh to Yoonha - and what began as a mean-spirited dare takes an unexpected turn...


  • Publisher: NET COMICS
  • Media: Novels
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 8/15/2006
  • Page Count: 240
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Lovely art, a missed opportunity, not LGBTQ friendly.

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Our story opens up in a hospital. A handsome young adult man after suffering both a traumatic event and a car accident now has amnesia and cannot remember the previous two months. An antagonistic young woman, whom he owes money to, is arguably to blame for the car accident, yet she exploits his diminished capacity by pretending to be his girlfriend, whom he can't remember. Hijinks ensue until the severe traumatic event is revealed. Though the plot got exciting and explored the human condition from unique perspectives, the social highly conservative morals of the plot do not hold up well circa 2020.

I liked the art; the plot is ambitious, and despite the conservative tropes, I do not regret the purchase. I give it three stars for being surprising.