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Premarital Relationship


Alt Names: alt 婚前戀愛alt 혼전연애
Author: Tam Rin
Artist: Now
Genres: Comedy ComedyEcchi EcchiRomance RomanceShounen ShounenSlice of Life Slice of LifeWebtoon Webtoon
Type: Manhwa (Korean)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Han Sang-hyun is a boy that dreams of becoming a manhwaka, and one day he hears a story that falls like lightning from a clear sky - he has a fiance he never knew about. After not being able to win against his grandfather he goes to the meeting against his will, however the lady he meets there is a girl who appears to be a rich spoiled girl named Yu Suh-eun. After having a fight with the girl who acts negatively to him, he comes back to his house to find that Yu Suh-eun is in his house!? What? The new house they'll be staying in is the "Marriage House".
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Chapters

Title Group Contributor Date
Ch.25: The Formality of Triangular Relationship (5)
Game of Scanlation Leguron A week ago
Ch.24: The Formality of Triangular Relationship (4)
Game of Scanlation Leguron A week ago
Ch.23: The Formality of Triangular Relationship (3)
Game of Scanlation Leguron 2 weeks ago
Ch.22: The Formality of Triangular Relationship (2)
Game of Scanlation Leguron 2 weeks ago
Ch.21: The Formality of Triangular Relationship (1)
Game of Scanlation Leguron 2 weeks ago
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29 Comments

No, what you call "believable" is the exact opposite, they are minors and as minors they cannot sign contracts meaning he cannot get himself a small apartment because he cannot sign a lease agreement because minors cannot sign contracts, same with a amenities.

 

He have no real options, he cannot get a job because he is a minor and in order to get a job he needs his parents/guardians permission (this is by law, I checked) ... nothing you said is believable, you are just taking old anime stereotypes, even there they point out parents pay the rent and amenities, they never say part-time work is enough for self-support ... the idea a 16-17 year old without finishing formal education can easily support himself is the farthest of believable, of all the old cliches this  Manhwa throws, at least their situation is more or less rooted in reality, without their Grandpas permission and support there isnt really much they can do, they are after all, minors.

 

No offense but really, this isnt believable but works as if they did want you wanted to do would basically invalidated the "two strangers living together as they get closer" thats the point of that setup.

Well, I really don't wish to argue with you about it.

 

However, when I was 17 years old I worked 40 hours a week 'at a part-time job', continued to go to school and finished my education. I moved out of my house because my step father and I fought constantly.

 

I later finished college and went on to get a decent paying white collar job.

 

All of it was done while working to pay my own way. Was it easy? Of course not. Was it hard? Sure was. But it was better than trying to deal with my step-father on a daily basis.

 

You are correct that being a minor and signing lease agreements is tough. But you can get adults to co-sign for you and then it's doable. Three are also places where you can live by renting a room where they don't require you to sign a contract (such as living in a room above someone's garage, or in an apartment that is being rented by 1 or more college students looking for help with monthly rent and your name doesn't go on the lease, or with a friend, etc.).

 

I don't say these things to be difficult or argumentative. I am merely trying to point out that a strong willed teenager who truly doesn't like a situation can avoid the situation if they truly want to.

If they did I missed it somehow. But even if they did there is no reason that he has to live in that particular house. He should be able to get himself a small apartment near enough to his school or there are other options.

 

No, what you call "believable" is the exact opposite, they are minors and as minors they cannot sign contracts meaning he cannot get himself a small apartment because he cannot sign a lease agreement because minors cannot sign contracts, same with a amenities.

 

He have no real options, he cannot get a job because he is a minor and in order to get a job he needs his parents/guardians permission (this is by law, I checked) ... nothing you said is believable, you are just taking old anime stereotypes, even there they point out parents pay the rent and amenities, they never say part-time work is enough for self-support ... the idea a 16-17 year old without finishing formal education can easily support himself is the farthest of believable, of all the old cliches this  Manhwa throws, at least their situation is more or less rooted in reality, without their Grandpas permission and support there isnt really much they can do, they are after all, minors.

 

No offense but really, this isnt believable but works as if they did want you wanted to do would basically invalidated the "two strangers living together as they get closer" thats the point of that setup.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't they address this back at the start? The guy planned to get a job, but, as a student, he could only work part-time and, without the funds from the grandparents, couldn't afford the monthly costs of the house, which is apparently in a prime location in Seoul. It'd be like trying to live in a high-class apartment in New York City on minimum wage.

If they did I missed it somehow. But even if they did there is no reason that he has to live in that particular house. He should be able to get himself a small apartment near enough to his school or there are other options.

 

The point was really that the pampered rich girl tried to go out and get a job to avoid the situation, but the MC didn't do anything significant to avoid the situation his grandfather forced upon him.

 

It probably even makes for a more believable story if the MC goes out and gets a job (even part time) and gets himself a small apartment so he can live away from the girl 'he wants nothing to do with' and then is forced to abandon that plan when the rich family applies pressure to force him out of the job and other living arrangements that the MC made to thwart the grandfathers.

 

There is still plenty of opportunity for silly comedy and some drama.

 

I know it's manwha, but still... rebellious teenage high school students tend to be a bit more difficult to control than this MC is portrayed. Especially if they are supposed to be smart.

 

Just my opinion though. /shrug

This is too fast!

We can't let this happened, it has to be slow as Nisekoi!

Its only me or their eyes seem deprived from sleep?

Heck, I ship it.

"It's not like this is a manhwa, so there won't be that stupid cliche where the food the girl makes is literally inedible!"

 

[does the stupid cliche anyway]

 

Way to piss away the reader's goodwill there.

 

...
 

[continues reading the manhwa anyway]

 

The greatest weakness so far, has been that the male protagonist didn't go out and find work right from the start to avoid the situation. He obviously knows his way around a blue collar world well enough to find a job and hold it. It wouldn't even necessarily ruin the story because the female protagonist's family is depicted as wealthy enough to apply pressure to have him lose his job.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't they address this back at the start? The guy planned to get a job, but, as a student, he could only work part-time and, without the funds from the grandparents, couldn't afford the monthly costs of the house, which is apparently in a prime location in Seoul. It'd be like trying to live in a high-class apartment in New York City on minimum wage.

Thanks for the chapters Game of Scanlation. Very much appreciated. Keep up the good work!

When you are rich and old the impulse of dicking around gets unbearable

... you run for president of the United States?

Yua is still best girl

[[IT'S HAPPENING]]

When you are rich and old the impulse of dicking around gets unbearable

It sounds familiar to me...

Welp. The situation is actually going according to Gramp's keikaku.

The gramps use the old school proven so it's reliable

like old car you can repair by yourself not like the new one when it broke you need a specialist to call.

The grandparents' strategies are the ones pushing these two rather than the love expert... That woman should seriously re-think her novelist career if those two fossils are beating her in that regard. 

It will be interesting to see if the grandfathers actually start behaving with the forcefulness and power that they wield within their families against the 2 main characters to achieve their wish of them marrying. So far, the grandfathers have really been using nothing but kid gloves while absurdly listening to the shoujo manga artist.

When you are rich and old the impulse of dicking around gets unbearable

>it's a reverse harem now

Jesus Christ, get me off this ride.

The grandfather fights the fire with fire, it's effective. :D

Yup, it's korean Nisekoi alright. Still pretty enjoyable.

Actually I think it's very different from Nisekoi in it's underlying premise. In Nisekoi the 2 main characters knew their relationship was fake and were going along with their parents to keep peace within their respective mob families. They even knew they only had to keep up the act for a certain period of time.

 

It is a pretty typical setup for your standard romcom though. e.g. Take 2 people that wouldn't normally give the other the time of day and force them into a situation where they have to be around each other no matter their wishes. And voila! Romcom.

 

While the premise seems absurd to me from a 'western' country, I still am finding this one more enjoyable than most simply because the 2 main characters aren't being stupid about their situation.

 

The greatest weakness so far, has been that the male protagonist didn't go out and find work right from the start to avoid the situation. He obviously knows his way around a blue collar world well enough to find a job and hold it. It wouldn't even necessarily ruin the story because the female protagonist's family is depicted as wealthy enough to apply pressure to have him lose his job.

 

It will be interesting to see if the grandfathers actually start behaving with the forcefulness and power that they wield within their families against the 2 main characters to achieve their wish of them marrying. So far, the grandfathers have really been using nothing but kid gloves while absurdly listening to the shoujo manga artist.

I like that it is somewhat a deconstruction of a typical romcom.

I don't feel like it is. But I do think what the childhood friend is doing adds a twist to the usual love triangle type shenanigans.

 

It really does still read like a cheap Korean Nisekoi though.

Yup, it's korean Nisekoi alright. Still pretty enjoyable.

Just read chapter one and it's already the second coming of Nisekoi...

Just read chapter one and it's already the second coming of Nisekoi... I'm still going to read it even though it's clear as day where this is going

FMC is not a gorilla 

I like that it is somewhat a deconstruction of a typical romcom.

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