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50 Rules for Teenagers

50 Rules for Teenagers
Original title: 특명! 10대에 하지 않으면 안될 50가지
Demographics: Sunjeong
Chapters at MH: 7
Releases at MH: 0
Publishing Status: Finished
Writer(s): NA Yeri
Artist(s): NA Yeri
Serialized in: Issue
Published by: Daiwon C.I.
Year: 1998
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Popularity: 7 favorites
Translators: 0 (Click here to view)
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Score 3.9 of 5.0 - 10 votes

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While most people her age are having fun, with little or no worries, Mi-Roo is stuck playing the role of student, homemaker and full-time babysitter to her siblings. With a mother who is gone more than half of the time, an overworked older sister who's a manhwa artist, and a lazy twin brother who serves only as a hindrance, Mi-Roo is trapped in a constant balancing act of housework and schoolwork. She’s no superhero though, and it will take more thanher undaunted determination to stay afloat!


Comedy, Manhwa, Romance, School Life

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Review by patric
It's really love at first sight for me with this awesome manhwa! (^___^) I found the characters highly endearing, particularly the twins Mi-Roo and Ma-Roo. I also find myself going "awww..." at moments with their younger brother Da-Ro. Mi-Roo is practical and is particularly effective against her twin's wiles and schemes, but she remains charming. Ma-Roo, on the other hand, is full of antics that make me go "LOL!", especially how deep inside he truly watches out for his twin. The two's interactions are very typical of what I imagine twins to be. I am also intrigued with that cool-looking guy that's Ma-Roo's friend. I want to know why Ma-Roo is so opposed to having his twin hang out with his friend, what makes him such bad news for Ma-Roo.
As for the art, I really enjoy the manhwaga's style--particularly when she switches from drawing the characters as cool, good-looking teenagers (particularly the guys) to these totally hilarious-looking facial expressions. I love Na Ye-Ri's sense of humor, and how she still manages to convey poignant emotions at certain times.
There doesn't seem much in terms of plot, but then I guess this is what is aptly called "slice-of-life", from what I've read so far, the focus of the manhwa is how the relationships between the characters develop. For anyone who is still in their teens, and anyone who wants to reminisce their own adolescent years, this series is a very good read! d(^___^)b *two thumbs up!* Permalink " "

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