Oppa is a word used by korean females to address male older than them who they are close to (biological or not).
It's often used in a romantic relationship when a girl refers to her boyfriend (or the girl hitting on a guy) who is older/same age as her.
Oppa literally means "older brother"
The male version of this word is hyung
Do you want to go on a date with me oppa?
I told oppa that I'll come home early today.
A genre in manga
where a single (often ordinary) guy is liked and followed by bunch of girls (3 or more) who are all madly in love with him. The girls often fight each other to get the guy's attention.
female version of this is reverse harem
Rana 1/2 is a harem manga
A genre in manga
where a single (often ordinary) girl is liked and followed by a bunch of handsome men (3 or more) who are all madly in love with her. The girl often cannot pick which guy she should go out with and remains indecisive.
The male version of this is harem
Ouran high school host club and the wallflower are reverse harem manga/anime.
Rape is Love is a common stereotype in cheap literature, manga
, drama, or movie. This concept is often used to show intense (often S&M
) sex scene without having to bother developing a good plot line. This technique is used so that the readers feel less guilty about reading/watching rape
The rapist expresses his love by raping the girl, and girl hates it. but later comes to realize that it's just a way a guy expresses his love for her.
The rapist is usually really handsome/smart/rich.
The victim is an ordinary person.
This technique can commonly be found in Japaneses smut
OMG, I'm so sick of these cheap Rape is Love yaoi
Rape is Love story: Akira loved Hina so much, but was too embarrassed to say. When Hina walked into his room, he just couldn't help anymore and raped her. Hina looked at him in disgust, but Akira felt insecurity at loving her so he acted mean toward her. Hina was confused at how great she responded to sex, and realized Akira's soft gesture. She fell in love.
A type of genre in manga
that is targeted toward girls preteen and below.
It features an ordinary girl who one day receive magical power and transform into her alter-ego magical superpower to battle evil.
The transformation process is always the same with the girl posing and her boy basked in shining light while the clothes magically attach themselves to the girl. For an unknown reason, the villain always wait until the magical girl is done transforming and they are never attacked in middle of transformation.
magical girls often wears sexy, revealing clothes and mini-skits. As well as cutie-looking weapon.
The less prominent, male version of this is magical boy
Sailor Moon and Cardcaptor Sakura are magical girl anime
Cafe where the waitress dress up in maid
uniform and address customers as 'master' or 'mistress.' This practice is common in japan and other east/south Asian countries. The theme of the cafe is predominately anime/manga and the customers are otaku
When you walk into the maid cafe, maids will say "welcome home master"
They perform varieties of services, such as ear cleaning, spoon-feeding, photo-taking, playing card and having conversation with maids.
For unknown reason, this is not considered a form of prostitution
male version of this is butler cafe
: Do you want to go to maid cafe this weekend?
Normal person: But that place is unreasonably pricy!
Chinese word for comic. They are similar to manga
but of Chinese origin.
Includes the Chinese translation for manga
You're reading a manhua?
Check out this manhua I bought thought Chinese website.
Which one are better? manga
, or manhua