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Shin Angyo Onshi (Manhwa)

Shin Angyo Onshi

Alternative Titles

English: Blade of the Phantom Master
Synonyms: Phantom Master: Dark Hero from Ruined Empire, Shin-am Heng-uhsah, The New Secret Royal Inspector
Japanese: 新暗行御史

Information

Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 17
Chapters: 75
Status: Finished
Published: 2001 to 2007
Authors: Youn, In-Wan (Story), Yang, Kyung-Il (Art)
Serialization: Sunday Gene-X

Statistics

Score: 8.621 (scored by 5669 users)
Ranked: #762
Popularity: #227
Members: 14,155
Favorites: 906
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.

Popular Tags

action adventure fantasy seinen

Synopsis

In Jushin, there once lived secret government agents called the amen osa (or angyō onshi in the Japanese version), who traveled the countryside in disguise. They were charged by the king with finding and punishing corrupt government officials, and bringing justice to the country's citizens.

(Source: Wikipedia)

Related Manga

Side story: Shin Angyo Onshi Gaiden
Adaptation: Shin Angyo Onshi


Characters

 Munsu
Munsu
Main
 Chun
Hyang, Chun
Main
 Bang
Ja, Bang
Main
 Aji
Tae, Aji
Main
 Yeongsil
Yeongsil
Supporting
 Hae Mo Su
Hae Mo Su
Supporting
 Won Hyo
Won Hyo
Supporting


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Jun 4, 2008
Master10K
Shin Angyo Onshi is a Seinen, Historical, Supernatural, Action, Adventure manhwa that takes a piece of Korean history and turns it into a superb journey for the characters and the readers to experience.

The story follows the adventures of Munsu, an Angyo Onshi, who were special envoys of the king of Jushin. However Jushin is all but destroyed, leaving Munsu on his journey to continue his duty of ridding corruption and bringing about his own form of justice. That’s the setting of this epic Korean manga and sure, in the beginning, there’s a very episodic nature to Munsu’s travelling that frequently pays homage to some of read more
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Jun 23, 2008
zethras
Shin Angyo Onshi is a great manwha.
It took me a while to find this manwha. It is not the typical popular manga that will just pop out and attract your attention. I saw it in the top and give it a try. I remember reading the begining of this manwha, a couple of years ago but it was still in translation and in that time there was only a couple of chapters. Now that I can get a hold to all the chapters (with the extra pages in the forum).

Shin Angyo is about a long adventure of a our hero, Munsu. He is similar and read more
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Feb 28, 2014
Po_and_Dong
This is manga is about Munsu, who is the last Angyo Onshi, peacekeepers from the fallen kingdom of Jushun who wander the land defeating corrupt lords and generally being of benefit to the people. However Munsu is an asshole, and stands out greatly from a wide spectrum of other protaganists even in the anti-hero classification. Angyo Onshi do not have any special powers or special skills, in fact Munsu's superhuman abilities are nonexistant compared to not only antagonists but even less relevant side characters. He is however, very smart, and also has an amulet called the Mahai, something that is his badge as an Angyo read more
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Aug 21, 2013
simon999
Shin Angyo Onshi is the greatest Manhwa i have ever read hands down and i have no problem or somthing else even close to its spot i would say that it is the 2nd greatest behind berserk overall and with this review (ill try to keep it short) i hope to convince you to read this spectacular story.

I was told that this was alot like berserk so a guy like me who loves it (and has been waiting like 9 months for the next realease) was drawn to it. And i was not disapointed but let me not pass this off as a berserk read more
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User Recommendations

Shin Angyo Onshi is the Korean Berserk. It's as simple as that. Few manga/manhwa can compare to Berserk in terms of art, but SAO even rivals Berserk in that area--SAO's art probably even bettering Miura's detailed work.

For the sake of spoilers, I'll avoid going into detail, but I will say this: Munsu's personality and actions mirror Guts'. His hatred and need for vengeance are also powered by what forces Guts forward (the 'betrayal' of a best friend, as well as a woman in the middle of them and a word starting with 'R'). And as for SAO's villain, not only does he look like Griffith, he has the same creepy smiling-but-evil/manipulative aura.
The story, plot and art-style are uncannily similar
The main character in Shin Angyo Onshi is somehow very similar to the main character in Vagabond. Also both mangas are very detailed and realistic drawn. Another resemblance is that in Vagabond is described the path of the samurai - the elite and the most powerful warriors of their time, and in Shin Angyo Onshi there are secret warriors, that are respected for their skills.
The whole structure of these series is the same, firstly author introduce us to the main hero using some random stories from their present life and then start to dig in the past, revealing a true nature of main heroes. Banya and Munsu are quite similar, they're not defenders of justice and bother yourself save someone only if they feel like doing it. Art and combination of bloodshed and comedy brings these series together.
reportRecommended by Iahel - Add to favorites
Deals with revenge, action scenes are epic, great art and also deals a bit with fantasy (being immortal)
Both protagonists have a tragic past, which you are introduced to in flashbacks as the story profresses. They were once powerful heroes who fought in wars for their country, against armies of evil and twisted beings. However, they were betrayed by people they trusted, and journey through their respective countries that have now fallen to ruin, seeking revenge. Both of these heroes had lost strength they once had, but Koinzell from Ubel Blatt returns with new powers and is able to use his own power to fight. Munsu from Shin Angyo Onshi suffers from a disease that permanently weakens him, and later relies mostly on his Sando and medallion to fight. Both are in medieval settings with magic and swordplay, but Shin Angyo Onshi has a Korean theme, as well as firearms from the West. Ubel Blatt has a European theme, and also contains more perverted scenes. I highly recommend one if you enjoy the other.

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