10 Best Enemies to Lovers Webtoon Recommendations
10 Best Enemies to Lovers Webtoon Recommendations

10 Best Enemies to Lovers Webtoon Recommendations

Don’t you just love romance stories where the couple starts out as enemies who hate each other or are on opposite sides of a conflict, but slowly, as they spend more time together, they fall in love and get together?

Enemies to Lovers is one of the most loved genres among romance lovers. The main reason I love these types of stories is that it involves RESPECT…

The characters hate each other in the beginning but as they work together or spend time together, they realize that they have more in common than they thought, and soon that respect turns into love.

In this article, I’m going to share with you the 10 Best Romance Enemies to Lovers Manhwa. So, let’s get right to it…

No Love Zone 

Eunkyum is a typical office worker who’s been at his company for about a year. Even though he’s new, he already has a great relationship with his colleagues due to his friendly and sociable personality. The only thing he’s not good at is love and that’s because he always falls for the good-for-nothing handsome jerks.

When a newly promoted manager joins his company, he’s thrilled to find out that the guy is totally his type. But soon he starts to hate his new boss because he made his life hell.

To Love Your Enemy

Yeonhee Bae has lived her entire life telling lies. She’s mastered the art of lying and uses it to pave her way through life. But now, she’s decided to change and make a new start as a college student, one without lies.

On her first day of college, she runs into someone from her past who knows a secret of hers that could ruin her reputation, and thus, her hopes for a new start come crumbling down.

Will the two be able to set aside their differences and see each other for who they are, in this story full of crushes, gossip, and jealousy?

Falling for the Enemy 

Lorellia Vo Deville is the Empire’s only Marchioness and the only female commander of knights. When she lost her parents, she decided to learn swordsmanship to protect herself.

She worked hard to reach her current position but she can’t catch a break due to just one person – Duke Edgar, the commander of the 1st Knights. He’s always meddling in her business.

But, she has no idea that he actually has feelings for her. This is the story of falling in love with an enemy.

So I Married an Anti-Fan 

Geun-young Lee is a struggling reporter for a magazine. She’s having a hard time even paying rent and has to stay with her friend. One night at the club, she takes a picture of actor Joon Hoo dumping a young girl.

Joon Hoo is a world-famous star, known as the male sex symbol, with a clean public image. But the photo Geun-young Lee took can ruin his perfect image, so, he goes as far as forcing her company to fire her. Because of him, she loses her job and apartment.

She makes it her mission to ruin his life at all costs, but as she gets to know him better, she realizes that there’s more to him than it seems. Soon, bringing him down becomes a lot harder for her.

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Clove is the princess of a near-extinct clan. Her whole life, she was forced to make difficult decisions and the one she made now, was the worst of them all.

Her clan had been at war with another nation for three hundred years. In the last attempt at peace, she makes a sacrifice and offers herself in a political marriage to the enemy prince.

What will become of her life which is now in the hands of her enemy?

Goodbye, In-Law! 

Haneul and Dahae never got along. In high school, due to an incident, Dahae thought he was a douchebag and he thought she was a bully.

Years later, her family is about to meet her older sister’s fiancee’s family but there, she meets him again. It turns out he’s the groom’s younger brother and they would be in-laws after the marriage. But, on the way on their honeymoon, the couple gets into an accident and passes away.

That very night, Haneul and Dahae woke up years into the past, when they were still in high school. With only a diary to rely on, they must find a way to change their destiny and save their siblings.

‘Til Debt Do Us Part 

Subin is infamously stubborn and she has no intentions of getting married anytime soon but her mom keeps pestering her to settle down and even spends most of her income on matchmaking services to set Subin up on dates.

After rejecting a guy her mom set her up with, she runs into Yejun Ji, an old classmate to whom she’s in debt. He asks her to repay her debt by marrying him for a year.

Yejun’s father is forcing him to get married within a month or he can kiss his inheritance goodbye. So, he decides to enter a contract marriage with Subin for a year. The only problem is – they piss each other off.

Unlucky Mansion

Kang Eon Ju realized that her designed clothes would never go on display, so, she hands in her resignation. Her landlord kicked her out of her room for letting an extra person stay there without permission.

Now, she doesn’t have a job or a place to live and has to crash at her friend’s house. So, when she gets a chance to work at a mansion as a live-in caretaker, she takes it. But the owner of the mansion is a jerk who constantly gets on her nerves. How will her new life as a caretaker play out?

Red Candy

Code Name “Red Candy” is one of the best secret agents who can complete any dangerous mission, disarm any enemy, and gather any intel necessary. His real name is Shihyeon and his next mission is to extract information from a handsome college professor named Hajun.

So, he tries to seduce Hajun but instead gets seduced by Hajun’s hot body. Now, he must choose between his loyalty to his spy agency and his feelings for Hajun. Will Red Candy go rogue? Will he be able to defeat the enemies coming after him and Hajun? Find out…

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Semantic Error

Sangwoo Choo is all about following the rules. He’s part of a group for a project but every other member of the group makes some excuse and he’s forced to do all the work himself. So, he decides to not give credit to his free-riding group mates.

Jaeyoung, a senior about to graduate, was also part of his group and he failed due to Sangwoo not giving him credit, delaying his plans to study abroad. So, he tries to find the guy responsible for it but Sangwoo manages to avoid him.

But soon, he’s forced to work with Jaeyoung on a mobile game that he’s developing after his original designer leaves and recommends Jaeyoung. Will they be able to work with each other when their personalities are like oil and water?

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