My love mix-up volume 3 is Japanese Manga series. It is written by Wataru Hinekure and directed by Aruko. It started publication in Bessatsu Margaret in June 2019. A live action television drama modification was premiered in October 2021. This series consists of total 7 volumes.
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My Love Mix-up Volume 3: Highlights
Table of Contents
Aoki has a crush on Hashimoto, the girl who sits next to him in the class. But he glooms when he borrows her eraser and sees she has written the name of another boy called Ida on it. Ida sees Aoki holding that eraser in which his name was written and thought that Aoki has a crush on him. This leads to confusion in the story ahead.
My Love Mix-up Volume 3: Release date
This series will be released on the 5th of April, 2022. Viz Media has licensed the English translations of this series. The Japanese version of volume 2 was released on March 25, 2020 and the English translations were released on 4th January 2022. Volume 1 was released on November 25, 2019, but the English translations of this series were released on October 5, 2021. It is a romantic comedy manga series that is loved by most people.
My Love Mix-up Volume 3: Spoilers
The spoilers of this series has not been released yet. As of now, we have seen Aoki has a crush on Hashimoto and when he borrows her eraser he sees she has written the name of another boy called Ida on it. When Ida sees Aoki holding that eraser he thought Aoki has a crush on him and this leads to confusion in the story. Aoki, Akkun, and Hashimoto meet up at Ida’s house for a study session where Aoki and Ida talk about what they are to each other.
Where to read the Manga online
You can read this series on Viz Media’s official website or any other website online. Manga series are like Comics and comics never bore anyone. Reading comics can be stress-free. Manga series gained huge popularity during the lockdown period. People now prefer to watch more Manga series as they find it entertaining.
My Love Mix-up: Major characters
- Sota Aoki portrayed by Shunsuke Michieda
- Kōsuke Ida portrayed by Ren Meguro
- Mio Hashimoto portrayed by Riko Fukumoto
- Hayato “Akkun” Aida portrayed by Jin Suzuki
- Masahiro Taniguchi portrayed by Seiichi Tanabe
- Jun Tomita portrayed by Ayumu Mochizuki
- Taishō Nakabayashi portrayed by Sho Nishigaki
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