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    You might be wondering has my obsession with KDramas lead me to actually learn enough Korean that I am able to read a book in Korean? That would be a no But as there is no official English translation for this book I figured it would be accurate to leave my review on the Korean edition than it would be to leave it on the Indonesian or Thai

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    Coffee Prince has to be one of my most favorite Korean Dramas of all time I knew that there had been a book of it at the time 2007 but I never thought of reading it until now I found a translated copy of it online and immediately began reading I felt myself being in the situation where people read books and then movies come out and then they decide which format is better Honestly I think the drama is sooo muc

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    Ko Eun Chan is a twenty four year old tomboy She’s too busy juggling part time jobs trying to earn money to keep her family—irresponsible younger sister and eually irresponsible widowed mother—afloat to pay attention to being feminine Wh

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    I've gotten into K dramas not too long ago and still am Coffee Prince was the first K drama that I've ever watched and absolutely loved it So

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    I still haven't seen the kdrama but this one was pretty good The story was good too bad I'm late Its end of 2019 and I just finished it Better late than never eh?

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    I never thought this day would come the day I finally read the novel behind my favorite Korean drama of all time I supposed that the only way for me to read this book is if I learned how to read and understand han

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    You can purchase the book in Korean here or read the online translated version here^^^^Wah So cute XD^^^^It's definitely different from the tv series but it's good in its own way^^^^Very glad that there is a drama as some of the scenes were glossed over in the book eg the robbery and even though they kind of diverged wi

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    Confession My rating of this book may or may not have beendefinitely yes influenced by my complete adoration of its kdrama adaptation Coffee Prince is my favourite Kdrama ever Though this book is uiet cute in itself it cannot compete with the depth and characterization that the drama displayedStill it can be a good read for the drama's fans who want to revisit Coffee Prince again I found it interesting that there were a

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    I was really excited to read this hey I loved the tv series of this At first I though book film differences only happens in English booksfilms

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    I have watched and love the TV series and I absolutely love the book as well It's amusing and interesting to read both Eun Chan and Choi Han kyul's progress especially Choi Han kyul's crisis whether or not is he gay and his oblivious of Eun Chan's real gender Eun Chan is interesting for she cares less of her re

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Tend to be lovers to drive away the girls Han Gyul's mother has been setting him up with He even went s far as kissing Eun Chan in public just so girls would think he's gayCrazyWhat Are they really going to kissEun Chan continues to pretend being a man and joins Coffee Prince a cafe which only hires pretty boys as waiters Though she's not too fond of the cafe's. I never thought this day would come the day I finally read the novel behind my favorite Korean drama of all time I supposed that the only way for me to read this book is if I learned how to read and understand hangul but I can t see it possible in my near future So when I found this book translated in English sitting in a bookshelf I can t believe it but I immediately grabbed it and went straight to the cashier to buy it right away I can t even hold myself I shared it with few of my Korean drama addict friends to inform them the good newsTo be honest it s uite difficult to judge this book alone because even when I was reading it I can t help but imagine Gong Yoo s and Eun Yoon Hye s sweet moments in the drama So to be fair with this review I will be posting two different versionA Novel VS TV SeriesI will start with comparing the novel to the series since I m sure that most of us actually watched that first before reading this novel The TV series followed the story line uite closely to the original novel It just removed a few characters added crisis but overall it s almost the same However I think I like the version of the TV series compared to the novel especially with the blending of Han SungYoo Joo s love conflict Added to Han GyulEun Chan I m also a huge shipper of Han Sung and Yoo Joo Seriously I was so happy when they finally reconciled and had their own happy ending And I was eually horrified when my friend who watched the Coffee Prince Pinoy version told me that they made Yoo Joo a jealous bitch who stood between Han Gyul and Eun Chan s romance That s so wrong The book didn t even mention any progress of their reconciliation The novel focuses with Han Gyul and Eun Chan Don t get me wrong I m not complaining at all In fact I love seeing the development of their romance that started in meeting accidentally to working together The progress of their blooming romance was really cute and I can t help but laugh when they re bickering all the time Also the novel concentrated with the coffee shop s business strategies and the other employees too So if you like Ha Rim Sun Ki and Min Yeop then you should read the book tooB Novel aloneThe novel was easy light and fluffy in a very cute way However if you re not a Korean or familiar with their naming convention and terms it might take you a while to grasp the story But once you get the hang of it you will really enjoy the ride On some points I don t know if it s just the way the book was translated but I feel like the tone of the narration was a bit bland I feel like I was reading sentences straight from a Google Translation that sometimes I can t feel anything from it I think it would have been better if the book was narrated by first person switching between Han Gyul and Eun Chan I also got confused with the use of pronoun Again if you are not familiar with Korean language you will get confused with the use of he and she throughout the book Korean language does not really care whether subjects are male or female sometimes source So in the book when they talk about Eun Chan the translator used she which would have tipped the other characters that Eun Chan is really a girl This part will sounds confusing to the first time readers OverallOh I was so glad I was able to read the novel I hope someday I can read it in the original language too I would love to see the difference of tone if read in Korean language and sentences because you know sometimes there are words that are difficult to be translated The ending was seriously cute and and fulfilling Although the impact of the romance was not as awesome as the TV series to me the novel still has it s own moments I recommend this wholeheartedly with Coffee Prince fanatics

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New owner who happens to be her pretend ex lover Han Gyul Eun Chan still takes on the job After all does gender and having cabbage worm as a boss really matter when you're busy earning a livingBut for Han Gyul it's a different story 'No matter how pretty he is he is still a man' Han Gyul though But why can't he stop thinking of Eun Chan 'I must be going crazy'. Confession My rating of this book may or may not have beendefinitely yes influenced by my complete adoration of its kdrama adaptation Coffee Prince is my favourite Kdrama ever Though this book is uiet cute in itself it cannot compete with the depth and characterization that the drama displayedStill it can be a good read for the drama s fans who want to revisit Coffee Prince again I found it interesting that there were a lot of changes when the drama was adapted from the novel And Han Kyul s character felt a bit different hereThis made it feel as I wasn t reading the script of the drama Final Words Adaptation is superior than the book in my opinion which does not happen often Also because of Gong Yoo 3

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The boss likes a manTwenty four year old Go Eun Chan is beautiful woman who is often mistaken as a pretty boy making her a favorite among young school girls One day she meets Choi Han Gyul a guy who wants to get out of hi mother's plan to have him marry soon Without Han Gyul knowing that Eun Chan is indeed a girl he offers her an unlikely and awkward deal ; pre. Coffee Prince has to be one of my most favorite Korean Dramas of all time I knew that there had been a book of it at the time 2007 but I never thought of reading it until now I found a translated copy of it online and immediately began reading I felt myself being in the situation where people read books and then movies come out and then they decide which format is better Honestly I think the drama is sooo much better than the book The book is a somewhat uick and easy read that only briefly tells the story There could have been much added to the storyline but it does get the main points across and has its entertainment valueThe storyline is basically about Go Eun chan who is a girl that looks like a boy She is small and pretty but she knows karate and eats like a hippo One day she meets Choi Han gyul who wants her to act like his gay boyfriend so he can escape being setup on blind dates This angers his grandma and he is given the option of either joining the family company or either creating a coffee shop of his own If the coffee shop is successful he can live his life how he chooses So Han Gyul opens a shop and names it Coffee Prince where only really good looking men work there He also hires Eun Chan who everyone thinks is still a boy Basically they both start developing feelings for each other This makes Eun Chan conflicted because she doesn t want to reveal her identity which could cause her to lose the job Han Gyul is conflicted because his attraction to her makes him uestion his sexuality since he doesn t know she is a girl Throw in a mix of uniue secondary characters a few scenes of comedy and twists then you got yourself an enjoyable storyI liked how easy it was to read the translated version even though there were a few spelling errors Also the book has a character called Nak Kyun who is not in the show Ha Rim is blonde in the book as well One of my favorite character in the drama was Min Yeop since he is always picking fights that cause comedy This character is slightly different in the book because he never joins the coffee shop as a worker Also YooJoo and Han Sung only appear a few times I guess a book cannot expand too much without being super long but I did like the appearances 35 stars