If you come to Dokgo 2, you are already familiar with Dokgo and Dokgo Rewind (and maybe even the author's other works).
Dokgo 2 will therefore not surprise you at all, the themes, art and atmosphere have not changed.
If you enjoyed the first two works of the series, you'll enjoy this one at least as much.
If it can suffer from a defect of repetition as it is so much in line with the two previous manwha, it is nevertheless more accomplished.
For example, the sequence of fights remains simple but it is still better than Dokgo who was extremely simplistic.
The mix of
several stories also helps to revitalize the whole.
Finally, the author further develops his criticisms of Korean society. He thus deals with social inequalities, the advantages granted to the wealthiest, the difficulty of reintegrating, etc. These themes are present throughout history and add an even more dark side to this work.
Overall, Dokgo 2 is a good manhwa. The heavy atmosphere that was the strength of the previous works is once again present. The story of Hyuk is thus concluded.