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Cutie Boy

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  • Vol: 8; Ch: 39
  • 2004
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Cutie Boy BlueFeathers 8/10 Feb 22, 2013
Cutie Boy lalalollipop 9/10 Aug 29, 2010
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Hwang Mi Ri Series That I Like Rinjine 16 Oct 27, 2013
Yaoi and some Shounen-ai morfire16 232 Mar 13, 2012
0.0-2.5 Stars: Manga jillyfish 118 Mar 11, 2011
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Demonangelblackheart rated the Cutie Boy manga 3.5/5 stars
Demonangelblackheart read Cutie Boy at 8 of 8 volumes
KisaMato rated the Cutie Boy manga 4.5/5 stars
KisaMato read Cutie Boy at 8 of 8 volumes

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Who loves bad boys!?  We do!!!  In each of these stories the male leads are the jjangs (also called "captains", pretty much the gang leaders) of their respective schools.  Despite their amazingly good looks and their physical agility they are a bit slow in the romance department.  They don't seem to quite grasp why the female lead in each of the stories isn't completely euphoric over their attention.  Perhaps because they are completely terrified of you???  Despite this initial hurdle of complete horror on the part of the female protagonist these little romances take off in their own special ways.

Harem Lodge

Harem Lodge

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MisakiUsagi

both cuite boy and harem lodge has a boy and a girl who both kept a promise to each other when they were younger to marry each other in the furture. whos marrying who you ask? well read it and find out! also both are cute and funny with loveable characters. :)

He Dedicated to Roses

He Dedicated to Roses

Ida Choi’s family is deeply indebted to the parents of Mimi Shin, a spoiled, self-important brat. Ida is forced to do anything and everything that Mimi commands her to - or else her family will be thrown out into the streets! However, she can let off some steam by dressing up as a guy and fighting neighborhood delinquents. Ida’s become such a skilled fighter that guys come from all around to brawl with her male alter-ego “Yodah Choi”. But with delinquents obsessively challenging her and Mimi refusing to let her have any time for herself, how long can Ida keep her double life a secret?

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Personally, I like He's Dedicated to Roses way better than this manhwa. Cutie Boy's characters were really just too dumb and helpess for me. Almost to the point where I coulodn't stand it anymore. He's Dedicated to Roses isn't that far of a step up (as both of the leads are dumb or helpeless as well), but for some reason I just find myself liking He's Dedicated to Roses much more. There are a lot more bishies in that one too. <3

Similarities: Both manhwa, both great art, cute shoujo romance style, both involve jjangs/gangs and all that fun stuff, female lead doesn't have complete control over her life, etc. etc.