Item description for Bring It On, Vol. 1 (Bring It On! (Ice Kunion)) (v. 1) by Baek Hye-Kyung...
Tomboy Miha is an extremely active and competitive girl who never likes to lose to anyone. She's such a tomboy that all boys are scared of her, and that's exactly what her brother wanted and trained her to be. It took him six long years to train her into a pseudo-military style girl to protect her from anyone else. Bishonen Sung-suh is a new transfer student who's got the looks, the determination, and attitude to sweep her off the feet. Could this male beauty be able to tame the beast? Will Miha's brother let them be together and happily ever after? If you want it you've got to Bring It On!
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Studio: Yen Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.03" Width: 5.83" Height: 0.79" Weight: 0.57 lbs.
Release Date Nov 2, 2005
Publisher Ice Kunion
ISBN 8952744519 ISBN13 9788952744517
Reviews - What do customers think about Bring It On, Vol. 1 (Bring It On! (Ice Kunion)) (v. 1)?
Bring it On! is an awesome manhwa! Feb 26, 2008
I recommend this to anyone that enjoys girly mangas or manhwas! Romance, humor, and fights are blended together for a wonderful story. I laughed non-stop while reading! If you want a well-drawn and written story, pick this up!
Bring It on!!! Dec 18, 2007
This is pretty funny! For once the girl is not some helpless person that is super nice to everyone and needs a guy to save her. I love the playful fighting and trying to one up each other play that happens between the two main characters. I have read all 4 of the books that are out and I like them all. I don't know if or when 5 will be come out but book 4 ends like it could be the end. So you will not have to worry about a cliff hanger that you never get to finish! I think this is a must read if you like to laugh!
omigawsh u musttt readd Jun 17, 2006
This book is wonderful...I'm in love with it... I'm already ordering books 2, 3, and 4...hoping they're come quickly in the mail. This is as good as anoter manga I own. "Angel Diary" is just as good! This is a great book! 5 stars!
*blink* May 17, 2006
OMG!!!!!!!! This book was FAN-FRIGGEN'-TASTIC!!!!!!!!!! I looooooooooved this book! At first, I only bought it to buy something (yeah...I have those moments). But now...NOW I'm HOOKED! I can't WAIT to read the next volume.
READ THIS BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Better yet- BUY this book. 'Cause I KNOW you'll love it.
SOOOOO much better than I thought! *drool* Feb 8, 2006
Since Mi-ha, the main character, was young, her brother has been shaping her into an independant, insanely strong, competitive young tomboy through tough military-like training (for selfish reasons, of course). Enter Seung-Suh, the new transfer student that has a face so beautiful it practically glitters and close ties with a gang. Him and Mi-ha start off bad- in fact, she finds him in the girls locker room early in the morning, passed out drunk on his first day. Thinking he was a college student, she punches him for acting like a pervert (he deserved it, really) and throws him in a random taxi. He gets to school reeeeaaally late (after paying a $999.99 fare to the taxi, because it just kept driving XD), and finds himself in the same classroom as the one who punched him that morning. This, my friends, is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. (YEAH RIGHT!!!!)
This manhwa had me LAUGHING MY PANTS OFF. Mi-ha and Seung-Suh are not your regular characters. Mi-ha is strong, independant, not afraid to hide her anger, yet very kind at the same time and absolutely loveable with her variety of expressions. Seung-Suh is not just your average pretty face- he's tricky (using his watery-eyed look to fool their classmates and screw over Mi-ha *lol*), seems to be afraid of being touched by girls who like him (ah, past scars, can't wait to find out what happened there), and hates people he sees as tyrants or oppressors.
Not only that, but even the side characters seem to have a life of their own, and the dialogue is so witty you'll be cracking up in no time. The art... is absolutely beautiful. I love the details and the expressions, and the overall cuteness of the characters. This whole manhwa is so stunningly put together that you'll find yourself eagerly flipping the pages to find out what awful thing Seung-Suh does to Mi-ha next, or the other way around. (They never stop, and it's GREAT! =3 ) The best part is, it's not slap-stick humor. There's real emotions in these characters, and real problems they have to face and overcome.
So don't ignore Bring It On! because it brings forth images of airheaded cheerleaders or the description makes you think of all those other love-dramas with weepy heroines and evil, controlling bishounen. You're in for a big surprise and a side-cracking treat. Trust me. ^-^