Sugarholic by GooGoo Gong
Review: This series is one of the few that I really liked from Yen Press. I loved how weird it was and the out of this world artwork for the characters. Another great thing about this series is that’s its funny and has a conclusion to the end of the short five volumes. Which is kind of great since for some reason many titles published by Yen Press don’t have the best of endings. The best part of this manga is the silly name “Sugarholic” , which is never explained why throughout the series…
3 out of 5 stars.
Manga. Shojo. Korean. Drama. Romance.
Published by Yen Press.
Summary: As part of her grandmother’s scheme, twenty-year-old Jae-Gyu is sent from her secluded country village to the big city. Completely out of her element and out of money, Jae-Gyu manages to get into trouble as soon as she gets off the bus. She expected the move would be rough, but she never thought she’d meet the last person she ever wanted to see again – Hee-Do, a boy from grade school whom she bullied mercilessly. Even though he’s a big-time rock star now, he still remembers his childhood tormentor. Is he out for revenge? Or is it something quite different…?
-Summary from GoodReads.com