Snow Drop, Volume 1

Snow Drop Volume The Snow Drop nursery is So Na s safe haven but when the young girl s father forces her to enroll in a new high school she is reminded that life in the outside world is no Garden of Eden Luckily for

  • Title: Snow Drop, Volume 1
  • Author: Kyung-ah Choi Sarah Dyer
  • ISBN: 9781591826842
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Snow Drop nursery is So Na s safe haven, but when the young girl s father forces her to enroll in a new high school, she is reminded that life in the outside world is no Garden of Eden Luckily for her, her bad boy friend, Ha Da will be there to keep her company But when So Na sets eyes on the hunky Hae Gi, her world gets turned upside down As beautiful as he is moodThe Snow Drop nursery is So Na s safe haven, but when the young girl s father forces her to enroll in a new high school, she is reminded that life in the outside world is no Garden of Eden Luckily for her, her bad boy friend, Ha Da will be there to keep her company But when So Na sets eyes on the hunky Hae Gi, her world gets turned upside down As beautiful as he is moody, Hae Gi might either be the blossom of love in So Na s lonely life or the thorn in her side.

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    1 thought on “Snow Drop, Volume 1”

    1. Dropped at vol.5 (but I did spoil myself for other volumes so dont tell me it gets better.)I heard this one was like a clone of romeo & juliet.e whole star-crossed lovers, love each other to the death no matter what etc. but damn it, it's getting too much time to get there even though we already had too much drama. I spoiled myself, checked out some stuff so; NO THANKS. I wont finish this manga. At least for now.Here is why:1. I cant stand romeo & juliet. Great love story and great lover [...]

    2. Just thinking about this series breaks my heart. I remember this was my first Korean manga series I ever read, and reading the names was SO confusing. But I kept going and by the end I was happy, sad, and everything in between. This series is a great work of shojo manga.

    3. I am not sure what it is about this that I enjoy so much -- maybe it's that the protagonist is the kind of spoiled rich girl that show up in a lot of Japanese manga as the antagonist?

    4. Review for the whole series. No major spoilers!I've been waiting for a time to reread this series for a while now. Even though I've read it several times, I love it as much as I did the first time around. It's a modern take on Romeo and Juliet, with lots of family drama and secrets. I've always disliked Romeo and Juliet. Well, I haven't read it, but I've hated disliked more or less every movie version of it. (Except the 1996 version, because, well, DiCaprio.) Despite that, I love this series.So- [...]

    5. Snow Drop is a good story if you like a good romance. The artwork took a while for me to get used to, but once I did I came to realize the beauty in the way the artist draws her characters. The pace of the book starts out slow, but it's kind of nice to see the characters interacting and falling in love. It helps build up the readers connection to their romance so that by the end of the book you're routing for them. There was an interesting twist to two side characters which I loved! I don't want [...]

    6. So-Na mourns the loss of her beloved mother by quitting school and taking care of her nursery. After a year, with her best friend Ha-Da, she goes back. In her class she meets cool and aloof Hae-Gi. Nothing too exciting happens, the characters are set up and the art is pretty. Toward the end things get more interesting. Ha-Da is the comic relief, he is vain and impetuous. He falls for Hae-Gi crossdressing brother, Ko-Mo, who he thinks is a girl. Hae-Gi has a sick mother and needs money to pay hos [...]

    7. Snow Drop, along with Faeries' Landing was the first Manga I ever brought. I read it and then forgot about it. I started buying more volumes of Faeries' Landing but never got any further with this one. I'm not sure why because after rereading this one, I really enjoyed it. There seems to be more between the main characters than what the book is letting on right now. Why does So-Na have a bodyguard? And why does she keep changing her hair? I thought she looked amazing in the club scenes. Page 60 [...]

    8. the main chracters of this series is so-na and hae-gi but i found that the main reason i read the story all the way to the end was the sub-main characters, komo and hada. from the firt moment you see komo he is beautiful, majestic and so out of place that you can't help but be intrestedin him and everything he does.

    9. I started out really liking this series and then slowly disliked it more and more with each volume to the point where I never even bothered to read the very last one.

    10. Standard high school budding romance in a love-hate relationship with dark twists waiting on the cliff hanger.

    11. ok, so i only read this because it was one of the three magnas my local library has, but it was acually pretty good

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