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The Horizon

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 수평선
English: The Horizon
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Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 21
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 30, 2016 to Jul 21, 2016
Genres: Adventure Adventure, Drama Drama
Theme: Psychological Psychological
Serialization: Comica
Authors: Jeong, Ji-Hoon (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 8.721 (scored by 2197221,972 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #462
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #270
Members: 48,062
Favorites: 2,925

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Synopsis

In a world ravaged by war, a young boy walks down a lonely road in the aftermath of his mother's death. Along his journey, he witnesses military tanks, dead bodies, and his beloved city in ruins. With eyes clouded by anguish, he pushes himself to keep moving forward.

One morning, he meets a girl in an abandoned bus where he spent the night. Moments after their encounter, the area turns into a battlefield, and the pair escapes into a long abandoned lane. The two strangers decide to walk together to the end of the road, thus beginning a companionship that will ignite new hope inside their shriveled hearts.

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Background

The Horizon was digitally published in English by SpotToon, as well as Tapas.

Characters

The Boy
Main
The Girl
Main
Man in a Suit
Supporting
Strange Man
Supporting
Girl's Father
Supporting
Boy in Forest
Supporting
Girl in Forest
Supporting
Novelist
Supporting
Child
Supporting
Seaside Man
Supporting

More reviewsReviews

Jun 13, 2020
Benitobandito (All reviews)
I don’t often throw around the word “Masterpiece”, but I think it truly applies to this story.

In just 21 chapters, the author manages to build a believable post-apocalyptic world and attach you to the characters who are traveling through it. The art fits the story extremely well, with its dark, gritty style adding to the already heavy atmosphere of the story.

The Horizon does not hold back in addressing death, fears, and the darkest parts of the human existence, and is, at least through out the majority of the story, extremely nihilistic (or seemingly so).

With a great emphasis on philosophy and addressing the questions read more
Feb 23, 2021
Alkemist_123 (All reviews)
(No Spoilers)
-translated by Google translator
The Horizon is a Korean work launched in 2016 by Jeong, Ji-Hoon, tells the dramatic story of two children who in the midst of a war, pandemic, world disaster, try to survive and move on.

History 8/10- A simple, yet immersive, heavy and tragic story, brings to the reader several philosophies about humanity, succession etc ... (although sometimes the work does this in an expository way) How a good drama is full of scenes beyond emotions, but they could be better if the work was longer, in such a short time it’s difficult to get so attached to the characters, which would read more
Jul 28, 2021
AMBITZZ (All reviews)
I was super excited for this and was looking forward to read it. Because it was really high rated and secondly it was very short. I was wondering why is it so high rated and what is the meaning of the plot. And I am still wondering that (-_-). I really expected a lot from this manhwa but it DISAPPOINTED ME. I know many people will be angry but it's not like I care that much.

STORY: 6/10
The main plot of this manhwa i.e the tragic backstory and life of a boy who is suffering to survive in a world war or pandemic who meets a read more
Jul 25, 2020
Reey_Monteiro (All reviews)
What to say about The Horizon, undoubtedly one of the saddest and most emotional stories I have ever read and not to mention the very interesting and strong message that the author wanted to pass on to readers.

Although the story has few dialogues between the characters and I don't think this is a problem, the author of the work prefers to emphasize making the reader feel what the characters are going through in each "Illustration"

Even with a few chapters I think the story ended with a golden key.

Each chapter is a new "message".

For those who want to take a look at TH you will read more

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