Cynical Orange
  • Cynical Orange, Vol. 4

    Cynical Orange, Vol. 4

    By Ji-Un Yoon

    Hye-Min gives Ma-Ha the cold shoulder after discovering how he broke up with Bora. But when Bora seeks her help to reunite with Ma-Ha , Hye-Min can't say no to her friend. Things get even more complicated when Ma-Ha catches on...and reveals how he truly feels about Bora as well as what he thinks about Hye-Min!

  • Cynical Orange, Vol. 5

    Cynical Orange, Vol. 5

    By Ji-Un Yoon

    The gaiety of the school festival takes an unexpected turn when Ma-Ha is accosted by a group of his former girlfriends! Unabashed, Ma-Ha introduces them all to a shocked Hye-Min: How can they all stay friends with him when he's such a player? But with Hye-Min's popularity at an all-time low, she is surprised to find such good friends among Ma-Ha's slighted exes. For the first time, Hye-Min finds herself in a group of companions, forcing her to look closely at the cold, isolated person she's always been. She's not sure what she wants out of her relationship with Ma-Ha, or if she even wants a relationship, but perhaps he can offer her a glimmer of hope in the darkness.

  • Cynical Orange, Vol. 6

    Cynical Orange, Vol. 6

    By JiUn Yun

    Despite their constant bickering, even cynical Hye-Min cannot deny that her relationship with Ma-Ha has become a deep bond of mutual trust and understanding. As a symbolic acknowledgement of their budding love, Ma-Ha presents her with a couple's ring on their 100-day anniversary. But as Hye-Min and Ma-Ha grow closer, it becomes more difficult for Shin-Bi to hide his true feelings, and So-Ryu's patience for his divided heart has reached its limit...

  • Cynical Orange, Vol. 7

    Cynical Orange, Vol. 7

    By JiUn Yun

    Bora's still smarting from Ma-Ha's dismissal, and as Hye-Min's happiness grows, she lashes out. But she's not upset about losing Ma-Ha, nor is she on edge about Hye-Min's developing friendship with Jung-Yun - Hye-Min herself is the target of Bora's deep hatred. Hye-Min's never been popular with her peers, but to hear such a bold declaration troubles her deeply. When she turns to Ma-Ha for comfort, Shin-Bi senses her need for his brotherly support is ebbing. With Hye-Min away, he distances himself even more from So-Ryu, who's desperate to hang on to him no matter what.

  • Cynical Orange, Vol. 8

    Cynical Orange, Vol. 8

    By JiUn Yun

    Ma-Ha's had enough of playing along with Shin-Bi's twisted games. Determined to free Hye-Min from the web Shin-Bi has spun around her, Ma-Ha faces Shin-Bi and demands that he lay his cards on the table. When the confrontation turns violent, Ma-Ha realizes it will take a stronger resolve to rip Hye-Min from her controlling brother. In the long silence that follows, Hye-Min begins to wonder if she's been abandoned again...

  • Cynical Orange, Vol. 9

    Cynical Orange, Vol. 9

    By JiUn Yun

    With Hye-Min's confession, the last threads anchoring Shin-Bi to this world are undone. For so long he kept Hye-Min dependent on him to satisfy the unfulfilled longing of his heart, but now it seems they can never depend on each other again. Each is guilty of using the other for selfish purposes, but while Hye-Min can turn to the arms of Ma-Ha, Shin-Bi has no one. Or does he? In the tragic aftermath of her decision, Hye-Min wrestles with the finality of it in the last volume of Cynical Orange.