The Boy in the All-Girls School Manga shortly:
The Boy in the All-Girls School Manga follows the adventures of an only boy in an all-girls school. The Chun Yin High School for Girls is widely known for its high educational level and beautiful students. Boys in this school did not stay, as the girls believed that the boys have only lowly goals, and they managed to quickly get rid of them . Rumors of horrible things happening to the boys quickly spread. Still, the board of directors discussed changes to the education system and decided to continue to accept boys into the girls’ school.
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Qin Feng 18 years old is living a quiet happy life in an ordinary family with his father, mother and little sister. But then he discovers his father has a huge debt to the bank and he has to go far away to pay off the debt. His father hopes Qin will take care of his mother and sister. He also asks the boy to transfer to a girls’ school where they have a principal they know. She will help Qin get a good scholarship and put his sister in school for free. This, too, will all help the family pay off the debt.
The Boy in the All-Girls School Manga brief description:
From his first steps, everything surprises Qin at this school. First he finds out that he is the only guy in the school. Then he signs an agreement that he can’t use force against the girls or have affairs with them within the walls of the school. The principal hopes that the guy will help correct the girls’ opinions and attitudes towards boys. Third, he gets into a class with the most violent female students. And here’s where he realizes what he has to face. And in order to survive, he needs a win-win plan.
About his plan, his relationship with the girls, their shenanigans and adventures you’ll find out by reading The Boy in the All-Girls School manga.
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Nuzi Xueyuan de Nansheng Manga
My name is Qin Feng, I’m 18 years old. I punish evil and encourage good, maintain the peace, try to be certain that people help grandmothers cross the road, take the orphans house, correct their behaviour, be good pals. But that’s not the point. The fact is that until one day I went into a renowned school for girls to become the best pupil in this college. Perhaps for many others, it would look like heaven. But the reality is, it’s terrible.