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Average: 4.5 (16 votes)
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BL Age 13+ · NETCOMICS
Completed with Vol.10 Ch.8

Sooho Lee struggles to survive. The lonely teenager suffers through hunger and harsh weather while living in his rundown apartment. Abandoned by his parents, Sooho constantly schemes ways to make a fast buck, but even his wealthy classmate Kyungmin refuses to lend a helping hand. His problems are about to become far worse. By chance, Sooho Lee draws the attention of an eccentric and malevolent vampire. Night after night, the attacks grow worse until Sooho Lee realizes that the strange creature intends to kidnap him and feed off his blood...forever.

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    5
    09.21.16
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    please update... this is so interesting

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    5
    08.15.16
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    The first chapter started out kinda bland but the ending makes you wanna keep reading. I was bouncing in my set and wanted to see the next chapter. Will update with the next chapter.

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    4
    03.25.16
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    Like Seyoung Kim's other work, Boy Princess, this series is beginning to have some problems. So many people and themes and storylines are starting to crop up that it can begin to drag as each chapter has to switch between story lines and people which leaves little time for the story to progress significantly from chapter to chapter. I love this series just like Boy Princess but at the same time there is so much going on outside of the main story line that it seems jumbled and just like with Boy Princess getting to the finish line-Presumably and hopefully a happy ending for Suho and the Dragon King-will be an issue. What started out as a simple story about a boy pretending to be a girl slowly falling for The Dragon King is quickly getting bogged down with political and pseudo-philosophical stuff I just don't care for. With Seyoung simplicity just doesn't seem to be her cup of tea. Plus, it doesn't help that the translations are somewhat obfuscating at certain points.
    Also 1 character is painted as tragic, his name escapes me but you know which one, but I find this maddeningly hypocritical in light of what he is implied to have done to the Dragon King (Though I could be wrong and that event may have been blown out of proportions but the author has yet to truly elaborate on the event). Another thing: the pacing, the pacing is... painful. Like I said, there is so much going on that a single chapter often jumps between story lines or forgets about others completely and I have a feeling that this is going to get worse and more confusing as the series progresses and just like with Boy Princess I have a feeling I will care nothing about what happens unless it affects the main characters directly.

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  • misaxixon

    03.25.16

    I totally agree with you. There are so many side characters and so much going on that it makes the story less enjoyable. I still like the series nonetheless, but I'd totally enjoy it more without the many-yet-same-face side characters. Truthfully, I enjoyed reading beginning volumes a lot more when the story is still straight-forward and delightful.

  • 5
    03.10.16
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    This is just too addictive! More please!

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    5
    12.12.15
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    Reviewed by Yousuke

    While his parents are away having fun, Soohoo Lee has to face the stark reality he has nothing at all while he's existing in his run-down apartment. He dreams of making the big time, but knows that even if he tries to sell off his coin collection, he might not get much for it. And to cap it all off, while his friends are out having fun, he can't join them as he has to make future plans so that he can keep warm in winter. His friend, Kyungmin sounds like he has heard most of his get rich quick schemes, but none of them will make him any cash, only despair. Not that Kyungmin will help him out - he's too busy with other things!

    From the author of the Boy Princess Boy's Love series, Kim is back with a ravishing vampire story with an alternative, modern twist. Soohoo misses his parents, mainly his dad's cooking, but hates most of all that he was abandoned by them. His friend won't help him out with his many money woes, but after one night of thinking about his situation and wishing for better things, someone hears him and comes round to see him - a huge man with bat wings. The next day, he thinks everything's fine, goes to school as normal and his friend notices how pale and tired he looks.

    Loved this yaoi for its cute and sexy artwork and the intriguing plot that unravels.

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