Check out the top 3 Korean comics worth watching at this time

Read comics, do not ignore manhwa, they will make you as addicted as the masterpieces of Japanese or Malaysian comics.


Unlike the Japanese who mainly compose manga and publish on comics in magazines before making them into comic books, Koreans produce their stories on the web. Therefore, the Korean story is mostly called a webtoon and is released weekly to readers around the world instead of making viewers wait like Japanese.

Korean comics are also very attractive in terms of topic and genre. Not only exploring traditional isekai, RPG or shounen themes, Koreans do not hesitate to put their own creations into manhwa works. Let’s take a look at the manhwa works that have attracted the most attention from readers in the past time.

1. Solo Leveling

Based on the famous Korean online novel series written by Chu-Gong, the manga version of Solo Leveling is done by two artists, Gi So-Ryeong and Jang Sung-Rak. Solo Leveling is about the journey of Sung Jin Woo, a weak E-Rank hunter who goes on missions in low-level dungeons to make money. After entering a D rank cave, he and his teammates encountered a double dungeon and from there, many unexpected things happened.

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At the present time, Solo Leveling is still in the top of the most popular webtoon sets in Korea as well as in the world. Even the author of this comic series is considering to be able to collaborate with studios to release anime versions and even games based on the novel Solo Leveling.

2. Tower of God

The Tower of God is about the struggle to climb to the top of a tower of people with different purposes, where all your desires: money, power, power, or anything else have it. can be met. Here, everyone has to show their talents to climb each floor, but each floor of the tower has countless difficult challenges waiting for them, to achieve their goals. Failure will sometimes cost you life. The main character in the Tower of God is a small boy, with no outstanding talent but the courage and strong belief in the friendship named Baam 25th – who accidentally caught up in the tower full of temptation.

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From the launch until now, Tower of God has become a phenomenon of Korean manhwa village. This series has gradually become a monument and even be considered “One Piece of Korea”. Currently, this series has reached the third installment with still very attractive details and a huge fan base.

3. Peerless Dad

Unlike the other series, Peerless Dad – The Unrivaled Father is based on the world of swordplay. The main character is Noh, a martial arts practitioner on a Gypsy. He met the idea of ​​a faithful man, then quickly gave birth to his children with the intention of having a happy family. However, no one pleased God, Noh’s wife died after giving birth to three children. Now, he takes up the rooster alone to raise 3 children and start his new journey.

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Similar to Solo Leveling, Peerless Dad has been gaining popularity lately. Built in the same world as another manhwa work, Red Storm, the Unrivaled Father is even more sympathetic to many readers when building a compelling storyline and very depth when exploited in both directions. The story of the incomparable father and three talented martial arts brothers matures over time.

Baketeriya – Funny Ecchi comics about the world of ghosts

Famous Japanese comic series often make readers anxious to follow and wait for a long time. This makes many readers feel uncomfortable due to the speed of the authors’ story creation can not keep up with the power of their comics.


If so, please go to Baketeriya, a manga of Ecchi genre with good quality has been completed.

Baketeriya is a popular Ecchi manga series in Japan with content about the life of one of the most useless student guy, Naoya Kamitani. The story begins with the scene where our useless Naoya Kamitani is suddenly accepted into Tokyo Academy, one of the most terrible schools in the country even though as we all know, Naoya Kamitani is useless, including in education.

At this new school, Naoya Kamitani met a mysterious man named Tsukui and was introduced to a mysterious location by him. Curious with this implicit introduction, Naoya Kamitani went to the place where Tsukui pointed and was accidentally teased by a bunch of youkai living here. Not only that, the demons here also hint that Naoya Kamitani will be considered as a sacrifice to eat and eat the guy.

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At this point, Naoya Kamitani discovered that he was admitted to this prestigious school thanks to the intervention of Misasagi, a rich lady who is now the owner of this academy. Misasagi’s sole purpose is to use Naoya Kamitani as a sacrifice to the hungry hungry ghosts that her family is raising. Fortunately for Naoya Kamitani, these ghosts did not like the taste of the guy, so he decided to postpone eating him, which made Lady Misasagi extremely angry.

Before being happy when his life is kept, Naoya Kamitani’s life is like being flushed down the toilet when Misasagi announced that he will expel our useless guy Naoya Kamitani from the academy. In order to be allowed to stay by Misasagi, Naoya Kamitani had to make a contract by trying to become more delicious and when he reached the good level needed, the ghosts would eat him, in return for him. This guy will continue to study at this school.

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In terms of content and plot, Baketeriya is not really an excellent comic. Some readers even think that Baketeriya’s story is a bit illogical and seems a bit monotonous. However, for a series of comics with a fairly short length, only lasting 23 chapters, the content of the story created by the author so simple is acceptable.