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Includes chapters 1 to 10. Rated 19+


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Includes chapters 1 to 10. Rated 19+

30 review for 방과 후 전쟁활동 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    Read somewhere and January (review written, saved and posted better-late-then-never, again) English title: Afterschool War Activities (aka Duty after School) Original title: 방과 후 전쟁활동 Author: Ha Il-kwon (하일권) Artist: Ha Il-kwon (하일권) Country of origin: South Korea Volumes total: 5 Chapters total: 50 Genre: Drama, Psychological, Sci-fi, Shounen, Supernatural, Webtoon Volume 01 (chapters 1-10) Rating, 3.80 (webtoons.com translation) / 4.5 (mangafox.me translation) One day mysterious purple spheres appear in Read somewhere and January (review written, saved and posted better-late-then-never, again) English title: Afterschool War Activities (aka Duty after School) Original title: 방과 후 전쟁활동 Author: Ha Il-kwon (하일권) Artist: Ha Il-kwon (하일권) Country of origin: South Korea Volumes total: 5 Chapters total: 50 Genre: Drama, Psychological, Sci-fi, Shounen, Supernatural, Webtoon Volume 01 (chapters 1-10) Rating, 3.80 (webtoons.com translation) / 4.5 (mangafox.me translation) One day mysterious purple spheres appear in the sky. Those alien spheres are found dangerous, but the civilians are kept mostly in the dark regarding the severity of the situation. The army doesn't have enough man-power, subsequently Highschool and college students have little or no choice but to join the military. They join the reserve forces with promises of extra points when school resumes, but soon becomes clear they are expected to go to the front-lines, and that the situation isn't as simple and harmless as they thought. Interesting survival manhwa. The author keeps building the unease and tension chapter by chapter. The style, mostly grey colors (apart from the purple spheres there are only a few splotches of other colors here and there) reminds me of his artwork on Annarasumanara. On a different topic ... I've read the webtoons.com translation first. It was pretty good, but as someone who watches Korean tv dramas and movies more than often, I find it annoying when translators take liberties with names and titles. Alright, I didn't notice problems with titles here. (K-drama lovers know what I'm talking about ... crappy and unnecessary translations of words like nuna, hyung, oppa, ajeosi, ajuma, etc. K-drama lovers appreciate when they are left as they are. In manhwas (and webtoons) we prefer finding near them the little * sign, withn the explanation of the possible meaning under the caption.) The second thing that bugs me when they write the Korean names ... western style. Koreans write the last name (family name) first, and the simple fact that the translator decides to write the name Kim Chi-yeol as not only Chi-yeol Kim (it annoys me enough), but decides to cut the first name in half, and leaves me with Chi Kim. When I tried to read it Korean-style, it read Kim Chi. For those who are unfamiliar with the Korean culture. kimchi is a pickled side dish. So for ten chapters my mind was trying to fathom if the author meant something naming one of the main characters kimchi. Then I noticed that all the other names are suspiciously short too. Too many short names. Finally, I opened mangafox.me and ... alleluia, a normal translation. So ... if you've never watched more than two Korean dramas or you've read less than four manhwas/webtoons, you can go with the webtoons.com translation. If you love your manhwas/ K-dramas , movies and K-pop ... go for the mangafox. me translation. Off to volume 2.

  2. 4 out of 5

    osoi

    Если Annarasumanara была настоящей сказкой (для тех, кто готов был слушать), то Duty After School / Afterschool War Activities - это апокалипсис и драма на фоне кровавого террора. Здесь уже наступил конец света, когда однажды в небе появились фиолетовые сферы и начали методично убивать население Земли без требования о капитуляции, навсегда изменив жизнь каждого на этой планете. В том числе и жизнь старшеклассников, что еще вчера больше всего на свете волновались об экзаменах и поступлении в у Если Annarasumanara была настоящей сказкой (для тех, кто готов был слушать), то Duty After School / Afterschool War Activities - это апокалипсис и драма на фоне кровавого террора. Здесь уже наступил конец света, когда однажды в небе появились фиолетовые сферы и начали методично убивать население Земли без требования о капитуляции, навсегда изменив жизнь каждого на этой планете. В том числе и жизнь старшеклассников, что еще вчера больше всего на свете волновались об экзаменах и поступлении в университет, а сегодня им уже вручили повестку на военные сборы. Так начинает раскручиваться драма со школьниками в главной роли, у которых все еще работает защитный механизм и они верят, что участие в военных действиях добавит им баллов при поступлении в университет (хотя неизвестно, останется ли такое понятие после… и будет ли это “после” вообще - для них и для всех остальных). В одну минуту ребята ноют на камеру по поводу сломанного ногтя, или переживают влюбленность, или продолжают тёрки внутри класса - и тут бац! в мгновение ока все становится серьезным от слова смертельно. Ад, когда простая потасовка одноклассников может закончиться трагедией, позволяет наконец прочувствовать, что это не игра. И что завтра может вовсе не наступить. lukk.svbtle

  3. 5 out of 5

    V.R. Sibeko

    I cannot understate that this is the single greatest Manwa I have ever read. The story telling technique, the simplistic art style, the individual characters, the individual character arcs. I have read over a hundred Manga and a couple dozen Manwa and this is absolutely the best. This is my Citizen Kane of Manga. The Premise is pretty simple. Alien orbs show up in the sky all over the world. No one knows anything about them. The Korean Army is spread thin so the government offers a school incent I cannot understate that this is the single greatest Manwa I have ever read. The story telling technique, the simplistic art style, the individual characters, the individual character arcs. I have read over a hundred Manga and a couple dozen Manwa and this is absolutely the best. This is my Citizen Kane of Manga. The Premise is pretty simple. Alien orbs show up in the sky all over the world. No one knows anything about them. The Korean Army is spread thin so the government offers a school incentive to high school kids to volunteer for extra credits and the whole time they are recorded and interviewed as they go along. Things seem simple until, suddenly, shit gets real! My only critique is that some of the female character art could have been only a fraction more distinctive between one or two of the girls, since I had to remind myself on a couple faces but that's nit picking at best. There's a whole lot of characters to juggle, a lot of characters to care about and you do, the almost the entire time. It's stylistic without being confusing, you don't find yourself thinking 'no high schooler thinks or talks like this' and you give a damn about the characters. Don't just but this volume, by ALL OF THEM. I don't want to talk about the ending because it was just...I can't even put it into words. Please keep reading this and I hope to see more by this artist.

  4. 4 out of 5

    T

    3.5

  5. 5 out of 5

    ŵłńtėr

    4 stars rating for the whole series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Denisa

    Another rating: 9/10 (for whole series)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Abril

    Hasta ahora me gustó bastante, es muy adictivo D:

  8. 5 out of 5

    Stefania

  9. 5 out of 5

    Valerie Marroquin

  10. 5 out of 5

    Amelia

  11. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Ngo

  12. 4 out of 5

    Adam

  13. 5 out of 5

    S

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

  15. 5 out of 5

    FrauKi

  16. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

  17. 4 out of 5

    Yam

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rahul Jacob

  19. 5 out of 5

    Scharfrichter

  20. 5 out of 5

    Bharath Chandra

  21. 5 out of 5

    Linda Vu

  22. 5 out of 5

    ASA

  23. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kate

  25. 4 out of 5

    Madeline

  26. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Algo

  27. 4 out of 5

    Carolina Zheng

  28. 4 out of 5

    ⚔️MARGARET⚜️ BONE⚔️

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mélanie

  30. 4 out of 5

    Matt

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