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Average: 4.9 (137 votes)
591 Reviews
Completed with Vol.15 Ch.5

Is this desire for freedom the very thing that entrapped us.

Let Dai is a tragic tale of forbidden love and unforgivable betrayal.
Set in a soulless neo-Seoul ruled by young punks and pleasure seekers, an amoral teenager named Dai is the living embodiment of the city's beauty and cruelty.

As the leader of the vicious Furies gang, Dai seduces everyone who lays eyes on him, only to blind them to his own barbaric nature. When an honest schoolboy named Jaehee rescues a beautiful girl from being mugged by the Furies, he can't possibly realize how this brief encounter will plunge him into a downward spiral of unbridled passion and unfathomable pain.

From his brutal gang initiation to an unspeakable act committed against his girlfriend, Jaehee wavers uncomfortably between revulsion and fascination. And in Dai he finds a tender, caring friend one moment and a heartless sociopath the next, awakening strange and unhealthy desires in Jaehee that he could never before have imagined.

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Dai's very existence proves that evil is real. With his unpredictable and unreasonable violent behavior and madness, Dai shows the Devil himself. He shows his dry and empty inside through his encounter with Jaehee.

Jaehee is just a normal high school kid who buys a rose for his girlfriend on Valentine's Day until he meets Dai. In the midst of pain and suffering Dai inflicts on him, Jaehee is drawn to Dai through doubts and love.

Yooneun is Eunhyung's older sister who gets involved with Dai when she gets in trouble with the Furies and saved by Jaehee. Having fallen in love with Jaehee, Yooneun tries to bring Jaehee, who is drawn to Dai, back to his innocent days.

Eunhyung is Jaehee's girlfriend and Yooneun's younger sister. She has a bright and cute personality, but an assault by the Furies changes her life forever.

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- Boys Next Door:

Five-starred review

For all of my love of smut, Let Dai is the series that I most look forward to getting the next volume of. There's something about the characterization and the art that sucks you in and does not let you go. The relationship between Dai and Jaehee starts to grow as Dai rents out a room in an exclusive hotel so he and Jaehee can have a private birthday dinner. There's something quite sad about Dai and his lonely birthday. Even Jaehee didn't know what was going on until Dai clued him in. There's a slow simmer as the boys reveal the depth of their feelings for each other. Things are going well until an interloper crashes the party, shattering the perfect moment that the boys have found. We've also got Eunhyung finally finding acceptance and the courage to face Dai, but her strength of will is shaken when Dai doesn't remember her, or what happened to her. There's also Dai's father working behind the scenes to find out more about Jaehee and making sure that none of this is going to effect his upcoming election. I don't have enough words to describe the love I have for this series. If you haven't already fallen under its spell, it should definitely be on your must-buy list.

May 2007


- The Comics Review

DAI is the leader of a gang called The Furies in neo-Seoul. A schoolboy, Jaehee, happens on them taunting a girl and he steps in to stop them. What happen next changes not only his life but that of the girl and her sister as well as the devilishly beautiful Dai. Naturally the gang turns on Jaehee for his interference and he manages to escape their wrath, but only for that day. Soon they catch him alone and proceed to beat and torture him. And then a strange thing happens. The leader, Dai, stops their activity and proceeds to surprise them by cutting himself in the chest and forcing Jaehee to lick it. He then kisses Jaehee and declares, "You are mine." Sort of vampiric, don't you think? The plot thickens as the lives are intertwined. The girl, Yooneun, is enamored with Jaehee and her sister, she finds out later, considers herself his boyfriend. Meanwhile, the bizarre ritual and others that follow are slowly dragging Jaehee into Dai's orbit. He is beginning to feel love for another boy and is confused and intrigued. Nothing is black and white in this story. Dai is not just a good looking bad boy. We learn about some of the things that have harden him and why he demands much of Jaehee. This is a study in relations and perhaps will lead some to a better understanding why one might turn to a homosexual relationship, whether or not they even had considered it before. We have yet to learn how deep the relationship will go but it has hurt some and by the end of this chapter leads to betrayal. The art is special in that it conveys the emotions very clearly. The characters are distinct and special care is made to show Dai as the enchanting person apart from the others. It is a very serious story with some touch of humor to break the mood but never distracts too much. It is a story you can immerse yourself into very easily.

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    What is Sooyeon Won working on now? Will it be added up here on Netcomics??? I so want to know>>> :)

    THANK YOU!!!

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    I really love this series. The author presented a very dark yet admirable love story. Dai is actually my favorite character - the way he sees the world and his methods of dealing with it were all understandable in such a way that I could say that he and I are two sides of the same coin.

    There were a lot of redundancy and parts that the story could've done without. I personally didn't care too much for Eun Hyung. Her sense of justice was annoying (though I did grow to understand her) and all of her actions were so immature, so selfish, that in the end, I was glad she died. The older sister, Yoo Neun was even more annoying. Not once did I care for her character. Especially toward the end where she selfishly asks Yooi to abandon his own brother because of a promise that should not have been used at such a critical time. Couldn't she have just taken his keys instead of this "it's me or him" deal?

    Naru's infatuation/love with Eun Hyung was not very well developed. The poor guy knew practically nothing about her to feel so strongly about her in the first place, therefore, rendering all his love efforts toward her pointless.

    So in a nutshell, I thought the wonderful author should've left out a lot of crap and saved me some time, saved some paper, saved her cramped hands, and saved her characters the heart-aches. The only captivating couple in it were the main characters and that was how it was in the end anyway.

    I have a lot to say about this series but I better stop here before I make some people unhappy. For those who disagree with me... sorry :D

    Also, I gave this series a 4 out of 5 stars because it held too much unneccessary drama and characters.

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    I also agree with twent47blue! Jaehee is the only person who could recognized Dai no matter what! He would never confuse Dai with another guy. Even if this one looked like dai he would never have his aura!
    i thought the ending was very good... "there's is no such thing as an end" for Dai and jaehee! and we can be sure they found each other. I don't think we need a new volume. It would spoil everything!

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    Could we get a doujinshi uploaded up here on Netcomics to show us how they found each other in America and how happy they are and cuddly and lovey dovey with each other?? We want some more lover like moments. :)

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    I have read Let Dai more times than I can count, and I enjoy it just as much, it not more each time I read it. The artwork is beautiful and the storyline is amazing. I hated Dai the first time I read this, and by the second time, he had become my favorite character of the story. I love watching as he slowly changes through story.

    Although just like almost everyone else I would have loved to actually see Dai and Jaehee meeting up again, even though I really loved the ending.

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