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@Download Kindle â Coffee Prince ð Eun ChanBeginilah kalau berpenampilan mirip cowok Tapi ada untungnya juga, sih Aku jadi bisa bekerja sebagai guru taekwondo dan pelayan di Coffee Prince, kafe yang hanya menerima cowok cowok cakep sebagai karyawan Meskipun aku harus menyamar jadi cowokEh, tapi kenapa pria pemilik kafe itu jadi suka sekali memandangiku Bukannya di matanya aku ini cowok ya jangan jangan diaHyan GeolKenapa aku jadi merasa akrab dengan karyawan baru itu Dia kan laki laki Sama sepertiku Lebih baik aku mencari cara menghindari perjodohan yang diatur orangtuaku AKu tidak mau cepat cepat menikah mengurus kafe ini jauh lebih penting Apalagi di sana adaYa ampun, kenapa aku jadi teringat Eun Chan terus sih Tapi aku merasa ada yang aneh dengan orang itu Kalau dia memang laki laki, kenapa garis wajahnya lembut sekali Dan kenapa gerak geriknya sangat feminin Jangan jangan diaCoffee Prince telah difilmkan dengan bintang utama Yoon Eun hye padaDrama serinya mendapat berbagai macam penghargaan, diantaranya Best TV Drama dalam th Korean Producers Award, serta th Baeksang Arts Awards untuk kategori Best Actress dan Best New Producer Wow Dari Juni dibaca dan baru selesai April GodCoffee Prince ini bercerita tentang kisah Go Eun Chan, gadis tomboi yang sering disangka laki laki Dia bertemu dengan Choi Han Kyeol, anak seorang pemilik perusahaan makanan terbesar di Korea, dan Eun Chan akhirnya bekerja di Coffee Prince, kafe milik Han Kyeol, di mana hanya ada karyawan cowok yang tampan tampan layaknya pangeran Hubungan Eun Chan dan Han Kyeol ini mirip kucing dan anjing, sampai suatu hari mereka sadar kalau mereka saling Wow Dari Juni dibaca dan baru selesai April GodCoffee Prince ini bercerita tentang kisah Go Eun Chan, gadis tomboi yang sering disangka laki laki Dia bertemu dengan Choi Han Kyeol, anak seorang pemilik perusahaan makanan terbesar di Korea, dan Eun Chan akhirnya bekerja di Coffee Prince, kafe milik Han Kyeol, di mana hanya ada karyawan cowok yang tampan tampan layaknya pangeran Hubungan Eun Chan dan Han Kyeol ini mirip kucing dan anjing, sampai suatu hari mereka sadar kalau mereka saling menyayangi Ini tentu nggak mudah, karena Eun Chan itu laki laki di mata Han Kyeol.Jadi gimana hubungan Han Kyeol dan Eun Chan selanjutnya Baca aja ya Ekspektasi aku memang cukup besar sama buku ini, secara aku cinta mati sama drama Coffee Prince Best Korean Drama ever Yang belum nonton, harus nonton ya Kalian nggak akan kecewa jadi promosi Tapi memang kita nggak boleh terlalu banyak berharap ya, supaya kalo hasilnya mengecewakan ya nggak sakit sakit banget HeheheSebenarnya cerita asli Coffee Prince ini bagus, cuma berhubung aku sudah nonton dramanya, aku jadi kurang bisa menerima jalan ceritanya yang agak jauh dari cerita di drama Hiks Harusnya baca bukunya dulu ya, baru setelah itu nonton dramanya.Terus tulisannya juga kecil, spasinya juga rapat, plus bukunya lumayan tebal, jadi perlu waktu banget buat menyelesaikan buku ini Hehehe Emang aku lagi malas aja kali ya pas baca buku ini.Ya intinya Coffee Prince ini bagus kok Asal kalian belum nonton dramanya aja soalnya lebih bagus dramanya PPeace D 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 beaccurate to leave my review on the Korean edition than it would be to leave it on the Indonesian or Thai editions So, how then, did I get to read this book Luckily, with the power of the interwebs, I found a fan translated version online There were, of 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 beaccurate to leave my review on the Korean edition than it would be to leave it on the Indonesian or Thai editions So, how then, did I get to read this book Luckily, with the power of the interwebs, I found a fan translated version online There were, of course, issues with the translation, as it is pretty clear that it is not necessarily a professional job, but I m still grateful to whomever translated it, because otherwise I wouldn t have had a chance to read this book.So, next you might be wondering, what book is this exactly This book is The First Shop of Coffee Prince by Lee Sun Mi, and it is the novel that the drama of same name was based on Coffee Prince is one of my favorite Korean dramas, both for the great storyline and the great acting by my favorite Korean actress, Yoon Eun Hye, and by her talented, handsome, and charming leading man, Gong Yoo If you haven t seen this show yet, I urge you to go watch it now It ll take you around 17 hours, but it s well worth it It s available free streaming on both Hulu and DramaFever.I don t think it s just my bias for the show talk when I say that as a whole, the drama version is muchcomplex and enjoyable than the book The book sort of feels like it s skimming over the story, only telling you the main parts, without really delving into the whys and hows and whos It s pretty short, and easy to read, but I think that s because it just doesn t spend that much time dwelling on anything Most of the characters and story are the same between the book and the drama, and those that have been changed have been changed for the better It s also as if this was a spec draft the author wrote to submit to try and get the show approved, and if that s the case, I fully approve As a book on it s own, however, I m not sure I would have been invested enough to care about this characters in anythingthan a good for them superficial way There are a bunch of lines in the book I love, but I m not sure they would have effected me so much had I not already loved the characters view spoiler For example Answer 4 You live with me for the rest of your life Aww hide spoiler I m giving this book 3 stars, but had my opinion not been biased by the millions of stars I d give the drama, it probably would have only gotten 2.I ll finish this review writing by briefly talking about the story and characters from both the novel and the drama, since I can t actually untwine them to talk about the book characters separately, with no relation to the drama characters.I love Ko Eun Chan She is brash and ballsy and caring, and watching her slowly fall in love with Choi Han Kyul is both heartbreaking and adorable Eun Chan is put in the situation of needing to masquerade as a guy in order to secure a job to support her family and pay off their debts The unfortunate part is that the guy she is lying to the most desperately is the guy she is falling in love with, her boss, Han Kyul On Han Kyul s part, thetime he spends with the energetic and captivating Eun Chan, thehe likes him, which causes him to sincerely question his sexuality In a society where being gay is completely unacceptable, Han Kyul goes back and forth between acknowledging his increasing attraction to Eun Chan and denying it as impossible It s a struggle for Han Kyul, as he tries to find a socially acceptable place for Eun Chan in his life.Eun Chan reaches the point many times where she desperately wants to tell Han Kyul the truth, but can t let go of the fear that if he knows, he won t want anything to do with her The differences in their social standing and finances seem too great to overcome, as well as the fact that Eun Chan is not the most womanly woman out there, especially compared to Han Kyul s longtime crush, the gorgeous Han Yoo Joo I m not going to spoil the ending for you, so I ll just state the obvious Clearly Han Kyul eventually finds out the truth What I like about the drama version of that is it doesn t just end in a happy cloud of now that we re together, everything will be perfect This drama isreal than that, and I appreciate that about it I love how developed all the characters are, not just Eun Chan and Han Kyul, who are the only ones that become close to being developed in the book, but also all the side characters, like Han Kyul s cousin Choi Han Sung, Yoo Joo, Eun Chan s sister Eun Sae, all the boys at Coffee Prince, and both families In the end, I would recommend this book only to big fans of the drama, who have already seen the show and loved it Otherwise, stick with the drama, as you will truly find a story and characters to love and remember 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 quick and easy read that only brie 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 quick and easy read that only briefly tells the story There could have been muchadded to the storyline, but it does get the main points across and has its entertainment value.The 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 question his sexuality since he doesn t know she is a girl Throw in a mix of unique secondary characters, a few scenes of comedy and twists, then you got yourself an enjoyable story.I 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 3.5 stars 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 equally irresponsible widowed mother afloat to pay attention to being feminine What with her build, her strength and agility she teaches taekwondo , her prodigious appetite, her rather spontaneous manners and the grungy clothes Eun Chan wears, she s constantly being mistaken for a pretty boy , and being ogled at by females.It s not a su 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 equally irresponsible widowed mother afloat to pay attention to being feminine What with her build, her strength and agility she teaches taekwondo , her prodigious appetite, her rather spontaneous manners and the grungy clothes Eun Chan wears, she s constantly being mistaken for a pretty boy , and being ogled at by females.It s not a surprise for Eun Chan, then, that a wealthy and arrogant young man, Choi Han Kyul, also takes her to be a man and, soon after, comes up with a preposterous offer Han Kyul s family is setting up arranged dates in an attempt to force him to get married if he can persuade the prospective brides that he s gay with Eun Chan acting as his lover , Han Kyul can probably put paid, once and for all, to the marriage plans From there on, it s a roller coaster ride as Eun Chan ends up working at an all male coffee shop the eponymous 1st Shop of Coffee Prince that Han Kyul establishes, and finds herself falling for her boss, who still has no idea that this man he finds oddly attractive is a woman I ll admit I read this book an English version, translated by someone named Eve only because The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince happened to be the very first Korean drama I ever saw, and so it holds a special place in my heart The plot is pretty makjang , what with all the tropes misunderstandings, generation gaps, arrogant chaebol hero, feisty and poor heroine, stint in hospital, birth secret, and so on firmly in place But it still makes for a fun, breezy and engrossing read even if the occasional racism and sexism made me roll my eyes There are other problems, too a secondary couple, for instance, are set up and seem interesting, but their story fizzles out abruptly, almost as if Lee Sun Mi decided it was time to wind up the novel quickly, never mind these two Also, some of the plot devices were just too over the top for me to swallow The translation, I will point out, is obviously not a professional one it s probably the work of a fan There are errors of grammar, of syntax and even of spelling, but not enough to really interfere with my reading of the book An interesting read, especially recommended if you ve watched the drama, because you ll see how the drama is so much better fleshed out and scripted as compared to the book and what a good job Yoon Eun Hye and Gong Yoo did, respectively, of bringing Eun Chan and Han Kyul to life