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Chocolat: Vol. 8

By Ji-Sang Shin
Illustrated by Geo

  • Paperback
  • £16.99

The final volume of the popular manhwa series featuring a hot K-Pop group on their rise to stardom!

Kum-Ji takes pity on E-Soh and tells him where her heart truly lies. But speaking candidly with E-Soh doesn't automatically give her an opening to grow closer to E-Wan. Just when she decides that it's time for her to stop clinging to her fantasies and come back to reality, the band gets in a terrible accident. Some of the members are hurt badly, and there are fears that the band may not be able to carry on . . . Kum-Ji wants desperately to help her friends, but what can one girl do?! Find out in the long awaited conclusion of Chocolat!

Biographical Notes

Ji-Sang Shin (Author)
JiSang Shin and Geo are the creative team behind a number of popular
manhwa titles, including Very! Very! Sweet, Chocolat, Rolling, and Sad
Love Story.

Geo (Illustrator)
JiSang Shin and Geo are the creative team behind a number of popular
manhwa titles, including Very! Very! Sweet, Chocolat, Rolling, and Sad
Love Story.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9780316229098
  • Publication date: 11 Dec 2012
  • Page count: 512
  • Imprint: Yen Press
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