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- IIka2019-06-16 18:54:18.369Z2019-06-16 19:01:35.492Z
Thank you for the summary admin even tough the ending is really dissapointed...i mean instead making koharu pregnant (for some reason ,i think this is just to make koharu fans happy but not me tbh) why not making ryu's apologize first ?!
This is the first manga i never want to reread again ...
And this is the first author i never want to touch her work again...but still thank
- PPersephoneBlack132019-08-25 18:18:39.127Z
That ending was awful. Thank you BakaData for translating it! I'm never going to check out NONs work because it just seems so...empty. Multiple things were never investigated. I wanted to know more about Ryuu's past, I think it would flesh him out more. Instead he comes off as a complete jerk and a creep. The women in this practically worship him. Maybe that's how NON wanted it to be, that's fine and all but there should have been a little more depth into the characters. There was a little bit woth Madoka but not a lot (and this manga made me hate her character). I was really hoping Koharu would find her own independence and grow up (and be happy) but no. She's just a baby maker for Ryuu. Ew. Ew to it all lol I'm so salty about it!
- RRandom2019-07-03 07:14:50.023Z
Ryuu the one who brought Koharu to Hare Kon also the reason that she left, i believe he has responsibility to brought her back but he just did not do anything, quite disappointed. The ending way too rushed. It seems like they get back from the beginning but i think they are now really consider each other as family.
- PPikut2019-06-17 14:36:41.106Z
First of all tq admin for translating this manga for us up until now and this gonna be my last comment on this forum. Glad i found this site ❤️ So this is it! After a long journey to the end. A bittersweet ending? Not really changing anything. Still end with a polygamy. They still have to deal with the same situation as before. Somehow, i hate and disappointed with this manga a lot even though koharu and ryu is finally get back together and having their own child. What is the point tho? Still have to share a husband with another woman. Thats fucked up! Lol. Im so regretting and pity myself cause i got a high hope that this harekon system will fully abolished so that we can see this harem goes to monogamy. But BOOM !! SURPRISED! Nothing change at all. God im really wasting my time for waiting a really happy ending. This ending is lacking everywhere, its not a solid ending. Many problems and too much conflicts but at the end its left us hanging on the questions that never answered. What a dissappointment! But i still want to give credits for the author cause at least she end this disappointing manga with the sweet kisses from koharu and ryu😌💕 lol im so done! Bye harekon, and by non.
- LLmpo2019-06-17 23:35:37.748Z
Not happy at all... I wanted koharu to be together with Ryuu but no the other 2 with them... And for Madoka ugghh... Thanks admin for your hard work
- RRadomir812019-06-18 03:20:30.124Z2019-06-18 03:45:41.506Z
Very good ending and I wanted it that way.
Koharu dreamed of getting married with the one special for her, but it was just a dream the reality in which she woke up was different for her. At the end, she accepted the reality in which she was really happy. - just like Madoka stopped fighting with it and came back (probably thanks to Ryuu, who went to her to regain energy ;p)
I guess who's Rina's father will stay in the debate. Yuzu did not care who the biological father was, she chose family for him.
When Madoka escaped from Ryuu or Yuzu, Kocharu always followed them to come back. Now, the two of them dragged her back to home - which in itself is adorable. Pregnancy helped her in deciding to return home, as well as the final acceptance of her person by Madoka - The end of this conflict is finally confirmed by strong support for Koharu by Madoka
Ryuu can now be happy. He did not do anything in the finale chapter, and yes he became the Lord of the Rings again, and he also has three pretty women at home.
And finally, it is not important whether the Hare Kon system will work, because they will still consider themselves as family.
Thanks admin for your hard work, and I have the impression that you also wanted such an ending of this manga ;p.
In chapter 117 there a hint on calendar 06/06/2015, Yuzu said going to meet an old friend who clearly Joe, not sure if this the first time they met after he was released. Yuzu expression really strange saying she pregnant neither Ryuu
According to conversation in chapter 119 it's been awhile since Joe came back.
In chapter 139 pregnancy photo can't see the date but someone said 9 weeks and Mikan thinking that why Joe gave up then suddenly seems surprising.
Ryuu Father also said they are don't look alive at all.
In chapter 138 Joe say goodbye to Mikan before leave, Mikan walking slowly alone while listening music, assuming she not going to school nor return from school, so i guess she on summer break usually from July 20 to August 31, do the match
Now all makes sense, i'm 90 percent sure Joe is biological father
- In reply toRadomir81⬆:BakaData2019-06-20 20:12:53.348Z
You're welcome. I think I'm OK with the ending but still feel that it was too rushed and could've been better developed.
- PPio2019-07-30 06:44:45.557Z
Thanks admin for your hardwork :) This is so much easy to understand than the raw comic I read with all of my heart :"D
And big thanks for the author that create such an amazing story and beautiful artworks.
Well, my heart is so much in ache after reading the ending. There is something that I want to deep know but I give up, I know that there is no 100% Happy ending in life.
I can't support harem as well, but I know sometimes harem is not that bad.
- CCiara_1112020-04-28 18:28:34.865Z
Ending for me: HARE KON GOT ABOLISHED
Yuzu met Joe who is now a changed man. They both fell in love bc Joe got a new job and Yuzu realized she still loves the biological father of her baby
While Madoka met a good man at work. She's a nurse and he's a Doctor.
And lastly, Koharu doesn't even notice she's serving meat to a table where Ryuu was seating. Collected, and man enough he tells her to give him a chance. Later koharu noticed she's pregnant. She told Ryu and they live happily as normal couple do.
As if NON would write that HAHAHAHA.
Wow I'm so disappointed!
- Cchickensnake882020-07-25 23:16:51.976Z
The ending was rushed but it was the best ending you could've asked for. All the characters grew a lot to become a happy family. Yuzu wanted a stable life for the sake of Rin and got it with Ryuu instead of the other guy. How many men are willing to raise a child who might not be their's - probably not too many, so Ryuu is a good man and an even better father. Koharu repeatedly proves that she is terrible at living a single life. Married men lied to her over and over in the beginning and Ryuu was the only man to come to her with an honest proposal, genuine affection, and a financially stable/secure lifestyle. Not surprised that she went back to the family because SHE WANTED Ryuu's baby for a very long time to feel closer to him. She also has the satisfaction knowing that her child is with 100% certainty Ryuu's. So yes the twisted Madoko arc might've weaken her resolve and she left, but in the end she got her wish and the man she knew and wanted. The way I view Madoko, it was clear to me that her comfort level was 2 wives from the start and when Koharu came aboard with her annoying attitude - Madoko felt threatened. It was surprising that she accepted Koharu at the end but I think she was influenced greatly by Koharu divorcing away. Firstly, she must've gained a level of understanding and relatability with her longtime adversary. She saw a mirror image and became empathetic. Second, with Koharu out Madoko was essentially back to her original situation which she had tolerated for years. Yes it was strange to see Madoko do a 180 in a span of 1 chapter but the story time frame was over a span of months. By virtue of Koharu's efforts to reconcile at the karaoke, Madoko no longer felt threatened. She knows she is happier with Ryuu, so she accepted Koharu just as she did with Yuzu. Ryuu is a creepy perv but he really loves his family. He has never cheated and returned to playing the piano that he HATES - all to support them all. I mean in a world with so many dead beat dads trying to avoid supporting his babymamas - its refreshing to see a dude like Ryuu marry them all AND not hide from his mistakes. Lots of comment are anti Ryuu but I think he a good man. Nobody is perfect and their family situation is far from perfect but they find happiness and that's a wonderful thing. Polygamy not for everybody but common in some cultures so gotta respect that.
- MMirWriter2019-10-16 03:44:22.947Z
Enjoyed a lot of this, but totally hated the cop-out ending. Yes, let's let Ryuu be a child who needs constant sex and attention from a bevy of women, and the women just have to "deal." Sigh.
Anyway, thanks to the translators. But this ending was shite.
- NNaRaMK2019-12-02 17:15:20.633Z
Thank you for this! I picked this up last night and I stayed up late reading through. Even though I didn't even like it I wanted to see how it ends.
No one in this Hare Kon is actually happy, other than Ryuu who's an egoistic and selfish man who just wants his needs met and Yuzu who doesn't actually feel for him, she's there because it's convenient and quite the best solution.
Why the heck do they all run around to make Ryuu be himself when he keeps on saying he'll love them equally while it hurts them (Madoka and Koharu), and when it comes to them they have to stick around and "handle the responsibility" and what not? I mean if it wasn't for that debt she would've never even considered a Hare Kon.
Also, when he told Koharu just because it doesn't suit you you're gonna drop everything? I was like, yes? That's how it's supposed to be? No one should "endure" anything? One should continue looking for what's best for them, always?
Man I have so much more to say but this will have to do, even though I disliked the story still the art is really good and Ryuu is suuuper handsome lol xD
- Mmema2019-06-17 07:29:23.565Z2019-06-17 08:03:16.426Z
Thank you so much BakaData for the translations and all your work 😃! You make it possible for me to follow the latest updates of this manga all this time. 🙏
As for the ending...well I'm disappointed as well because I had higher expectations. I think is very rushed with many plot holes.
I mean, I found Madoka's return completely off. It was just like that, without a single apology or even remorse for deliberating hurting Koharu's feelings in the recent past, or any short of action to make it up to her. 🤨
Also, I would like to see Ryuu expressing his feelings more towards Koharu after everything happen. Although I haven't see the illustrations yet, I'm not sure whether he truly understands her value as a person in the end. 😦
There also others things i did not like, but I will not analyze it further.
Regardless my thoughts and feelings over this, it is a happy ending for everyone!
So I will keep that and won't try to find reason behind it.
At the end, I'm glad is over!
Have a great week everyone and enjoy life!😃
- RRose2021-01-27 03:33:31.422Z
I just finished Hare-kon and I have good mixed feelings- I went from confused, to understanding, to routing then disliking, to content! Man i felt so many emotions, that's why I highly praise this Author. I know people are disappointed about the ending and some of the character developments and I can understand why, but we have expections of cliche or unrealistic characters. In all honesty i felt frustrated in so many points and I felt anxious knowing something bad was going to happen, but that's the point of storytelling isn't it? we get to experience something that's not normal for us and out of our control.
I really appreciate all of their character developments (I felt Ryuu needed more), I don't justify anything bad that they did but I do understand how their backstories impact their behaviour. We got hints of Ryuu and Madoka wanting to escape from physical/emotional abuse at a very young age and how their childhood trauma follows them into adulthood. We have a scene at the end where koharu comforts young Ryuu saying she understands him and for him not to change. But I do have to say the Author went into detail with some character but left other ones kind of vague (could be intentional). Even though there were many 'manish' characters, I truly felt their personalities strongly.
As for the ending, I felt like it was open to interpretation. The Author doesn't clearly state if they are still in a polygamous relationship and Ryuu and Koharu being most intimate can make you question if they are only together. I think we can choose how we want to see it.
I have more to say but I don't know how to arrange my thoughts into text, therefore my words seem all over the place haha. As an artist myself I do appreciate all the hard work that went into making this :)
- YYahana2019-06-16 18:03:30.228Z
Soooo... Disappointed! Is this really a happy ending? I feel bad for Koharu. Thank you so much Admin for all your hard work!
- S2sgm2019-06-16 20:58:43.250Z
Lmao....so that’s it, huh? Nothing really got resolved (or rather it got resolved TOO easily) so it feels like a gag ending. 😂. I’m glad I lost faith in this manga a while back otherwise I’d be so mad right now. Oh well, that’s that! Thank you for all your hard work translating!