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My 1st manhwa was The Breaker and i instantly feel in love with it . Then i started searching for more manhwas and discovered Noblesse , Ares , Shin Angyo Onshi, Tower of God etc
I can say manhwas are my next favorites after One Piece and Naruto I'm really glad i found out about them . But still i think no matter what manhwa i read my favorite will always be The Breaker , the best manhwa of all times IMO
For me it all began with Jack Frost thanks to Yen Press I started getting into Manwhas pretty quickly. Then, all of a sudden, my love for manwhas grew so much that I stopped reading manga. I think the only manga I truly enjoy is Durarara!! and Solanin, other than that, I'm more of a manwha fan now.
It's been a long time, so I can't even rememeber for sure which the first Manhwa I read was.
Either The Breaker or Veritas
Both of which I was only vaguely aware was Manhwa at the time but I didn't really make a note of it. I read some other manhwa along the way too (Ares, ID, Freezing, and Shin Angio Onshi ) but I didn't really get deep into manhwa until later.
As a rabid Naruto fan, at the time I was spent most of my time discussing that series but when it started becoming something I didn't like so much I started looking for somewhere else to shift my attention. At some point somebody mentioned Noblesse to me (pretty sure it was Charlie) and I was really pulled in.
After I started reading that various people recommended Tower of God, which I didn't want to read at first because I thought the premise sounded too..."weird" I guess. But eventually I caved in and found I really liked that too. From then on Manhwa had caught me. I started giving more and more manhwa a try and suddenly all my favorite series were manhwa.
Last edited by Jammin; February 02, 2014 at 06:35 PM.
My best friend and i loved vocalic and all things otaku. She came across black haze which to me a long time to get into but soon it became my favorite followed by tower of god, crepuscule, and kubera. Now I am an active manwha fangirl.
Hello everyone, my name is Shader and im Manhwagolic.
Veritas brought me here, it is realy a shame we are not gonna get second part, i realy liked it.
After Veritas i tryed NoBless...and didnt realy liked it..it was kinda...meh... then i accidently read the first part of breaker (whole in a couple of days) and after that i found out mangahelpers got a manhwa section with breaker discussions in it, so i stick around, then i started tower of god (wich imo got more lightheaded as time passed) then Jammin's signature got in my sight...and well...yea...now amount of manga and manhws i read are equal.
Veritas was what made me fall in love with manhwaverse. More than couple of years, I prefer to read manhwa over manga. And I have found some very interesting series. It wouldn't surprise you if I told you my most favorite series are manhwa, rather than manga.
Shader, its sad you couldn't get into Noblesse. I suggest you to give it a try. It becomes so so better afterwards.
Last edited by thornofcarrion; August 13, 2014 at 11:37 AM.
my first Manhwa was PING then Veritas , ID , Aflame Inferno , Breaker , Shin Angyo forgot the other ones but i thought that Manhwa and Manga are the same so i didn't even bother researching
but then i noticed something when i read manhwa is like reading an english comics (reading from right) and i read those manhwa by reading left (got me confused except for breaker)
most of my favorites are now on HIATUS damn you Dall-Young Lim for putting Legend of Maian , Aflame Inferno on hiatus and focus on your nonsense named Freezing
i will look forward for the Manhwa adaptation of LEGENDARY MOONLIGHT SCULPTOR in the future (they already announced it)
I saw "Goong" drama and since I had no idea what drama even is as I only knew soap operas and long ass series I googled it and learnt that the story is based on a manhwa. I was so fascinated by Korean culture and found "Goong" so amazing that I just had to read the manhwa.