Eun-soo has hated her Mother ever since she was abandoned by her. Raised by her Grandma, she became a wild child that likes to fight. She has even disguised herself so well as a guy that people won't believe her even if she says she's a girl. She can fight well, and is even referred to as hot by girls. One day, however, her Grandma's already bad health worsens, and she promises not to fight anymore. When Eun-soo's grandma dies soon after, she decides to leave Dae-Jeon (where she lives) and goes to Seoul to live with her Mother, despite still hating her, because she has nowhere else to go. There, she runs into one of the best fighters, at her new school, and immediately gets on his bad side.
Eun-soo Cha is the main character. Due to her mother abandonment she comes to hate her. She has been raised by her granmother. Shes a wild kid who likes to fight and dresses even acts lke a guy to the point were girls think of her as hot. One day , her grandma's heatlh worsens and dies, but not witout asking her to promised not to fight anymmore. Having nowhere else to go Eun-soo is force to move in w her mother. There shes enroll to a new school. As soon as she enter she ends up running into one of the best fighters there and imidetly gets on his bad side.
[[SPOLIERS AHEAD]] I have mixed feelings about this one; on the one hand, I really loved it, the main character, the humour, it suited me really well. The problem for me lay with the romances. Personally, I thought that Eun Soo belonged with Ho Won, they had such great chemisty, I loved their love-hate relationship. However, when it came to Jae Hee, the only thing I actually liked about him wasn't even to do with him personally, it was just the way Eun Soo acted around him. When you compare them, you see that Ho Won actually put in a lot of effort to get to know Eun Soo, their relationship was simple, no drama. The exact opposite can be said about Jae Hee; they really frustrated me together because all they'd do is get into pointless fights about the dumbest of things. Despite this, I saw this through to the end and overall really enjoyed it.
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