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Afterschool War Activities

Afterschool War Activities

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Synonyms: Afterschool Military Activity, Banggwa hu Jeonjaeng Hwaldong, Duty after School
Japanese: 방과 후 전쟁활동


Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 50
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 17, 2012 to Dec 14, 2013
Authors: Ha, Il-Kwon (Story & Art)
Serialization: Naver Webtoon


Score: 8.161 (scored by 1410 users)
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Ranked: #6002
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Popularity: #2358
Members: 3,383
Favorites: 102
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Chapters: /50
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Strange things are appearing from the sky, and the world is slowly dying. In Korea, there aren't enough military men to fight these enemies off, and high-school and college students have no choice but to join the military and help the others survive—at the risk of their own lives.


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Feb 13, 2015
kateXeee (All reviews)
Afterschool War Activities is an exciting and devastating story about a group of high school students who are organized into a reserve battalion to help protect the country from murderous purple orbs. And as things become more and more dangerous, it gets clearer just how much they'll have to grow up if they want to survive. But can they really? And in what other ways will they change along the way?

Why Afterschool War Activities isn't more popular is a mystery to me. It isn't some poorly-written story of nothingness. It has lot of depth and substance, and it left me feeling both moved and devastated. read more
Oct 20, 2014
momoja (All reviews)
well, this is my second time reading manhwa. AFTERSCHOOL MILITARY ACTIVITIES.

funny, comedy, nervous, shock, full of intense, mixed emotions, fucking bloody hell and i can't stop reading. when i'd stop reading, my mind always ask what's happen next. can they really end the war and kill all the cells? what the fuck, theyre so many and fast.
i love the art of ha-il kwon. for me this manhwa is a masterpiece and the reading was worth it.

in korea,they are fighting unidentified sphere objects colored purple falling from the sky. in the middle of war, lack of soldiers are the problems so in the school of sundong read more
Jun 25, 2014
MrRangaFire (All reviews)
Afterschool war activities was a great read.
I love the idea of the story, and the truth with what would happen if the world had a crises like this.

The fact that school kids will have to step up and bring emotional troubles.

STORY; (Manhwa- read left to right and has colour)

The story was your normal invasion, but what was different was that it focused more on the characters and their emotions. With the emotional part of the story.i felt closure but for the plot of the story it was left open with no answers answered.

The art is strange, most of the characters were drawn rough and they read more
Oct 9, 2015
TDub (All reviews)
"Afterschool War Activities" was the first manhwa that i red to the end from the beginning, and also even now i consider it to be the most interesting manhwa that really exited me from the first couple of pages.
The story kept me in suspense and i was always worried about my favourite characters. I was also really impressed by Ha Il-Kwons drawing style (i dont really know why i enjoyed it so much cuz it seems very messy and sketchy, but it was just awesome). After i red this manhwa i was looking for another stories of this author and i choosed a couple to read more


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