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Average: 4.8 (217 votes)
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Romance Age 13+ · NETCOMICS
Completed with Vol.11 Ch.9

Jay Jin is the headstrong teenage rebel, determined to prove she's serious about making art. J. Max is the tall debonair foreigner, in Korea on business, with more--much more--to his background than he lets on. On the surface, it would seem as though Jay and J. have nothing in common...until a chance encounter in a hotel lobby sparks a mysterious attraction. Will true love prove strong enough to overcome the language barrier, not to mention the thousands of miles separating two attractive people? Then there are the interventions of friends and family who think they know best... as well as a disastrous encounter with spicy chicken kebab! A giddy romantic fable for our ever-shrinking world, 100% Perfect Girl demonstrates the power of chemistry to conquer all.

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    5
    11.11.09
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    Sorry, everybody.

    I seriously mistook Lennox for Lucien's half-brother, Clarence Ewan. Pardon me, my tired brain must have been in warped twist.
    I already deleted my most recent review in sincere apology to those who voted for Lennox to be Lucien's man.

    Well, in my honest opinion, Lennox may not be perfectly suited to be Lucien's soulmate. I could sense their individual aura that're going off at a tangent. Their intelligence level and viewpoints of life are sharply different.
    In fact, I do believe that Jay's elder brother, Jemin is truly THE ONE for Lucien.

    beloved828,
    I'm just so very sorry to hear that you're utterly disappointed in that kind of ending.
    To me, it's the most satisfying ending with a nice bang of bittersweet nostalgia. It's like concluding Jarte and Jay's tumultuous love struggles, aching angst of learning about their horrible flaws, and humbling lessons of life that they've had learnt. So they should truly deserve the joyous, peaceful blessing of their steadfast love for each other. They've had already reached the end of their incredibly difficult love test's road and then continued on journeying together in life's ups and downs.
    It's the most believable ending, even if it's rather so idealistic like a fantasy.

    No, no, no. Luigi was not the BIG loser who stupidly sacrificed his life courageously for Jay's life. No such thing about Jay's comfort.
    Maybe you never truly experience the exhilarating element of love that'd make you feel like longing to sacrifice your life for someone precious to you, even with his imperfect flaws. That's exactly what the iron-hearted Luigi was experiencing for the first time. As well, it's similar to Jarte and Clarence's personal experience.
    Such an extraordinary man of strong character, Luigi should truly deserve our highest respect. After all, not many can sacrifice their life so readily for their beliefs or love's sake.

    Your view on Lennox's love for her is interesting. Much different from mine. I think that it's not love for Jay, but just that he's had a special strong bond with her. Their daily interaction naturally intensified that special bond, and his hardened heart's unfamiliar tender affection. Yes, it's neither a lover/soulmate's nor a brother's.
    Jay's the first girl that he's had to protect with fierce loyalty so it's a HUGE loss of special bonding for him to deal with personally. It's really very HARD on him as Jay literally touched his heart most warmly with her charming kindness and gentle generosity.
    In the poignant end, they led a completely different lifestyle. Maybe, he didn't want to lead a royal life of Jay's bodyguard, totally incompatible with his philosophy of life.

    Hm... I didn't really think that Clarence Ewan was the lousy loser who's pining for Jay in his changed heart. He just couldn't help nursing such a precious love for Jay; in his eyes, it's refreshing and pure. Not depraved filthy lust that he usually had before.
    I honestly viewed him as the gracious gentleman who blessed Jarte and Jay with big-hearted generosity, even with the most sweet love for Jay in his secret heart. There's really no such thing as losing or even winning in love's game. It's a big complexity of swirling emotions and thoughts that virtually defied perfect logic. It's utterly meaningless to label Clarence Ewan "Loser."
    In fact, he did gain something wonderfully great in the process of letting Jay go freely. It's true love in his new heart that had enabled him to release his ferocious hold onto her. As a result, he's become a much better man with fascinating angles of life experiences, though he had experienced acute loneliness that weakened him emotionally. A good thing, Kandy is there to be his faithful companion. Clarence and Kandy just can't survive independently on their own like a perfect lone wolf.
    In conclusion, Clarence no longer carried the heaviest burden of his cruel father's psychological taunts and adopted sister, Greta's unexpected death. As well, he totally lost interest in carrying out his diabolical revenge on his half-brother, Jarte.
    It's very factually true that loving someone with one's whole heart can change one's usual perspectives radically.

    In all, I absolutely LOVE Wann's 100% Perfect Girl, even with its flawed story-telling.
    It gave me many vital clues of different characters' personalities and innermost thoughts.
    It's truly the powerfully dimensional story that give me good opportunities to peek into their deepest cores of soul. Indeed, it's delightfully enjoyable to read it as many times as possible.

    Wann, thank you for giving me an amazingly suspenseful ride of my life~!

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    11.08.09
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    I agree with beloved828's viewpoint about this story. It had great promise at the begining but floundered in the middle only to be quickly patched up at the end. Although I did like that last chapter, the ending still could have been better.

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    11.07.09
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    This series just doesn't do it for me. The ending was horrible, the main characters devolved into sad cliches, and the same few plot elements were recycled over and over again. Even the art went downhill towards the end of the series. I feel cheated. I stuck with "Perfect Girl" during all of the kidnappings, obsessive and abusive (but oh so tragic) men, and ridiculously over-blown drama (Oh no! Jay's got a hang-nail! call 911!). I did that because I loved the beginning (pre-Luigi), and the art was incredible. I had hoped that all the bad drama would subside. It didn't. It wasn't worth the time or the money that I spent on this series to see an ending that I already knew was coming. A very unrealistic happily-ever-after for Jay and Jarte.

    As for the side stories, I could care less about the sad fate of Jay's cast-off men. And what's with Wann trying to turn Jay's abusive, insane stalkers into tragic heroes? Ewan is a scumbag who I don't feel bad for in the least. Yes, he was abused. But he's a big boy now, and there's only so long that he can blame Daddy for all the bad things that he's done. Luigi was just as much as scumbag as Ewan in his own way, but of course, he became a tragic hero when he (stupidly and uselessly)sacrificed himself for Jay's comfort. It was pathetic, and it killed the tiny bit of respect I had for the guy. Even Jarte is a bit of a scumbag. Jay baited him at every turn, but abuse doesn't excuse abuse. I still feel bad for Lennox, but he's just like all the other guys that got voted off of the island. Doomed to be miserable for life without Jay. I thought that Lennox saw Jay as a little sister, but I guess not. All men in the series must be in love with Jay. It's sad because Jay never has anyone in her life that doesn't want anything from her but her friendship.

    I did like "Can't Lose You" and "The Snow Queen", both by Wann. They were unrealistic and filled with drama, but it was fantasy and drama in the right measure. Wann re-used the same themes (obsessive men, Jay being in peril and/or kidnapped every other chapter, Jay's injuries and minor health issues, etc.) over and over again, and the series limped to a rather unimpressive end. It's sad because it had such potential. "Perfect Girl" should have ended several volumes back, rather than be dragged out and ruined.

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    5
    11.05.09
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    Well it was a better end this time am happy now.I hope Wann comes back with the sister and Lennox story that would be nice to read.I hope all the other men finds true happiness and someone they can truly love. (Everyone needs LOVE......)

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    11.05.09
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    I am glad that Jay is finally gonna have a child but I wanna know the sequeal of the child being born and their happiness raising together.

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