The Delinquent Lesson manga

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Yeon Doo 0 released.
Comedy / Romance / School Life / Shoujo
Delinquent Lesson; 날라리 수업; Lớp học đặc biệt;
Vol.5 Ch.24
Vol.4 Ch.23
Vol.4 Ch.22
 8.8
60 voted
65.0%
18.3%
6.7%
8.3%
1.7%
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Summary

Plot: A teacher's pet and a model student, Young-Won Lee, at this important time right before the college entrance exam, feels her heart beating faster toward a delinquent... When she can't get a reasonable answer from books, she follows the philosophy that after being lovers for 3 months, the love hormone that confuses the lover disappears. Thus, she decides to show her interest to the delinquent-!! What did you say? You hate nerds like me? Just wait, Haru Kang! I'll become a hot, flashy babe and make you fall for me!

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Chapters(24)

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.5 Ch.24

Nov 30, 2014

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.4 Ch.23

Nov 30, 2014

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.4 Ch.22

Nov 30, 2014

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.4 Ch.21

Nov 30, 2014

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.4 Ch.20

Nov 30, 2014

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.4 Ch.19

Nov 30, 2014

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.3 Ch.18

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.3 Ch.17

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.3 Ch.16

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.3 Ch.15

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.3 Ch.14

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.3 Ch.13

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.2 Ch.12

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.2 Ch.11

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.2 Ch.10

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.2 Ch.09

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.2 Ch.08

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.2 Ch.07

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.1 Ch.06

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.1 Ch.05

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.1 Ch.04

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.1 Ch.03

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.1 Ch.02

Jan 27, 2011

The Delinquent Lesson Vol.1 Ch.01

Jan 27, 2011
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2014-12-27 18:34
Absolutely in love with this story, hurry and update please!
2014-12-02 19:38
loved it update soon
2015-03-29 19:18
Love it
2015-03-31 00:18
pleas update this i must know how it ends

32 Topics

  1. SmileGorgeous
    January 17, 2016 8:02 pm

    OMG even if she was ranked 12th it doesn't matter!!! I BARELY make it up to rank 20 LOL But tbh, she shouldn't have fallen off her track just cause she was in love. In the end I guess, love just blinds us and we are unable to see the situation other then the people were in love with and its sad ┗( T﹏T )┛

  2. Heather December 29, 2015 2:25 am

    Its sad how people care too much about grades cuz at the end of the day they are nothing. Someone who scored a high score on a test can simply be good at memorizing, but then ask them to apply that knowledge and they'd be at wit's end. Although I'm not saying that this applies to everybody who does well ob tests. But what I am saying is that even tests can't define a person's intelligence, much less a person's worth. Grades do not define a person. they may say how smart a person is, in a very findamental sense, but is that really all there is to a person?

    • Sky Wheeler
      December 29, 2015 3:30 am

      Long version
      While grades do not define a person's intelligence or worth, a grade is not simply nothing. It does correlate to success, good organization and good work ethic. After all, not many highschool dropouts etc become successful. This is not true is some cases, but in many cases it does. But you see, a C is an average grade, a C isn't bad. Work ethic and responsibility not only includes doing your homework, reviewing on time and etc, but the two also include going to teachers for help and good communication skills. Of course this means that you do not have to be a straight A student to be a good student, you don't even need A's and B's, having your own personal interests and values and specialty also counts. I knew a girl who have mostly B's and C's but she got into a very good art school for her art portfolio and her amazing steampunk jewelry designs. Another point is that grades are valued differently, evaluated differently and viewed differently in different cultures. For example many schools in Asia are criticized for their lack of creativity and critical thinking skills; much of the coursework is based on memorization. However in many European and North American school, critical thinking and self-development is practiced more than a set course. Also in some Asian countries such as China, grades reflect what would eventually be a person's final exam, a score that literally determines a person's life and worth, so they are taken much more seriously. I can assure you that the GaoKao exams are taken to an obsessive level of seriousness; sats look like nothing compared to the GaoKao. I believe Japan also does a similar test for High schoolers.
      Although a person does not need straight A's or all A's and B's to be intelligent, grades often do reflect responsibility and work ethic. C is an average score, it is somewhat rare to have good work ethic and be responsible and still have a grade below a C. Not saying that's it's not possible, but it is hard. Work ethic and responsibility do also includes going to see a teacher for help, communication with adults etc.

      TL;DR Version
      Grades aren't my-life-is-going-to-end important, but grades reflect who student is as a person to some degree. Many people use "grades don't measure intelligence" as an excuse for laziness etc. Grades do not measure intelligence as a whole, but they do measure some aspects of intelligence. Grades and scoring also vary from culture to culture.

      I'm sorry if anyone takes offense in this. It is only my personal opinion and I do not mean to insult anyone. Please let me know if I have anything I have sorely made a mistake on.

  3. AnimeNightcoreKitty November 1, 2015 10:22 pm

    Ugh!!!! It fucking makes me soooo mad that their are people like that!! They care more about grades and school than the student's feelings and own right!!! It really needs to update soon and I hope it willed happy!

  4. MEME October 23, 2015 6:10 pm

    pls update ^^

  5. Anonymous April 26, 2015 5:58 pm

    It was odinary like other shoujomanga. Idont understand y there always same ending goes for all shoujo mangas. I mean to say there should be a lil difference.

    • CameraFreak May 15, 2015 6:39 am

      Then can you name a shoujo manga that is similer?!

  6. Italy
    January 20, 2015 11:00 pm

    Please update! I need to know what happens! I'm crying inside! Please! *Sob*

  7. ¤♢■♤♡ January 16, 2015 3:08 am

    What...........please update this:-(

  8. lee January 16, 2015 12:15 am

    Why is it that I feel like I had completed reading this? I think I did.

    • Cherish April 2, 2015 10:24 pm

      Same but some otherwebsite

    • mangastarkk April 25, 2015 7:50 am
      Same but some otherwebsite @Cherish

      Wat website

    • CameraFreak May 15, 2015 6:39 am

      Where ? please tell me! need to finish it!

  9. Fan December 1, 2014 5:03 pm

    Nooooooooooo!

    Plz updateeee

  10. Akii October 20, 2014 2:05 am

    Pleased update! The , amga is really cute and the story is really awesome and were you left us is really interesting i want to know more!!!!!!!!

  11. manga lover June 27, 2014 3:22 am

    Update!!!!!

  12. lova June 17, 2014 7:33 am

    It was cute.

  13. IcePrincess May 15, 2014 8:34 pm

    Updateeeeeed plzzzzzzz....its been years!!!!!!ill start crying if u dont....

  14. Enivid April 28, 2014 10:58 pm

    Just when the story gets good.... Now the waiting begins... Kyaaaa!!

  15. Beowulf April 8, 2014 11:04 pm

    It ANNOYS ME LIKE CRAZY, HOW DO YOU PRONOUNCE KOREAN NAMES AND HORRIFFICS?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

    • Mina April 8, 2014 11:52 pm

      Um, the way they're written? For example, Jin Hwa would be pronounced like gin (the alcohol) and combining the h sound in "hunt" and the wa sound in "want." Koreans don't use as many honorifics as, let's say, the Japanese, but you do get honorifics like "nim" (very formal, reserved for those higher than you, often used between servant/employee and employer) pronounced with the ne sound in knee and just m as in "mom." Sunbae and hoobae (like senpai and kouhai): sun-bay, who-bay.

  16. Beowulf April 8, 2014 11:02 pm

    If this manga's Poop why read it MsWeird23???? -.+

  17. nana March 23, 2014 6:58 am

    LOVE it!!!!

  18. M.H February 11, 2014 4:05 am

    More more please 3-18

  19. Sasha January 17, 2014 12:21 am

    Not to bad!

  20. LittleMissStar November 24, 2013 10:28 pm

    omg its tooo good ^_^