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The Breaker

The Breaker

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Japanese: 브레이커


Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 10
Chapters: 72
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 1, 2007 to Jul 20, 2010
Authors: Park, Jin-Hwan (Art), Jeon, Geuk-jin (Story)
Serialization: Young Champ


Score: 8.621 (scored by 43785 users)
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Ranked: #812
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Popularity: #36
Members: 80,382
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Volumes: /10
Chapters: /72
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The new English teacher, Chun-Woo, is not your ordinary teacher. Shioon, a victim of constant bullying, unexpectedly witnesses Chun-Woo's fighting power, and begs him to make him his disciple. Chun-Woo claims he can teach Shioon only if he is truly determined, and Shioon must jump off a bridge into a deep river in order to prove it!

It turns out, however, that Chun-Woo and his powers are more than meets the eye. Shioon makes a grand entrance into the hidden world of martial arts, and he is about to be taught by the best there is!

(Source: MU)


The Breaker was published in Polish by Yumegari from February 2013 to January 2015.

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Mar 9, 2015
Burillion (All reviews)
I have this tendency to read the first chapter of a manga / Manwha i find interesting from the synopsis and cover art and if I'm not intrigued by the first chapter i move on, but do not fear The Breaker was not something that i "moved on" after the first chapter. This Manwha had me up from 11:30pm all the way to 6:00am!. I'm sure you have all had some sort of anime or manga that has kept you up through the night, making your eyes betray you forcing your eye lids to close as if your eyes were pulling the curtains down, read more
Dec 8, 2014
SirHellfire (All reviews)
So for those that don't know I like to learn something every time I read a manga or watch an anime. Case in point 'The Breaker' is a Manwha which is a Korean manga and a Manhua is a Chinese manga, just so you know what those mean, now TO THE REVIEW.

The Breaker, at first, looks like it's going to be one of those bully revenge stories, but thank Christ it wasn't, it's about (correct me if I'm wrong) the world of underground martial arts and what happens when people who have apparent monstrous amount of Ki fight. I only thought Ki was the fundamental read more
Nov 8, 2014
OraOra (All reviews)
Following our protagonist, we are taken through the vast world of a secret martial arts society, the Murim; where the top of the food chain are the strongest practitioners of martial arts. The general plot of this manwha seems to be linear, hero vs villain, hero pulls through in the end; yet there are many surprises. The art and character development are lacking in finesse, but are made up with strong emotion and iron-clad wills. Overall I would rate 10/10 for this based on how easily you get sucked into the story, wanting to see more of our heroes war on evil.
Aug 8, 2012
stoicspoon (All reviews)
Special Note -

This is a Korean "Manhwa," meaning it is created in the style of a Manga, but it is not a Japanese series. The names are Korean in large part, but the main character's master is actually named after a famous school of Muay Thay martial arts, which is a style popular in Thailand.

Story - 10/10

The Breaker was a total breath of fresh air for me. It starts out like a typical shonen, with a young high-school boy being thrown into a dangerous world of super-human warriors, but the story takes many unexpected turns.

The point-of-view shifts between the master and his apprentice, read more


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