Ha, Il-Kwon

Given name: 일권
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Birthday: Jan 10, 1982
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mangareader123 | Jan 22, 12:04 AM
He is a pro at creating light and fast stories that convey a deep meaning. Too good.

Syhoto | Jan 1, 3:25 PM

HellHellion | Dec 27, 2021 6:37 AM
You know, you had a nice comment there until you imported someone pretentious argument about pearls and swine which you went off on a tangent with. What's the point of placing the work on a non-existent pedestal and making a fallacious assertion that only those of a certain level of intellect will actually be able to appreciate it? Elitist messages like that are more likely to turn people against the series. And "gullible masses", "The pigs", "small minds", "actual excrement" ... seriously? I only see one real "critique" (which is pretty shallow) so I'm going to assume there were more comments that have since been deleted. Even so, from what I see in these comments, the "masses" are in high praise of Ha Il-Kwon. So please don't bring this elitist nonsense here. Anyways, I agree with what you and others say about how touching his series are. I find that his works are truly great.

0kailey0 | Dec 19, 2021 10:16 PM
At first I read After School Activities and I loved it, the art style it has is amazing and the story is what captivated me the most. Then, I read Annarasumanara, and I fell in love.

Maisyyy | Nov 21, 2021 10:01 PM
Annarasumanara was a webtoon that I initially read, thinking that this was just another typical story that I would eventually forget later on... but damn was I wrong. I kept on reading and before I knew it, I was already attached to the characters in a way I've never been before.

I still remember the night I finished Annarasumanara for the first time, and how emotionally distraught I was because of its open ending. I'll never forget the sentiments of warmth, hope, and a tinge of bitterness I had at that time. Its story, its characters, its themes and the distinct artwork. All of it stuck with me like no other manwha I've read. To say that this manwha had an "impact" on me would be greatly undermining how I feel whenever I read it, or just my experience in general. It was more than just a mere impact, rather it felt more like an actual connection. The characters were more than just a drawing made by some guy on screen. They felt real, their thoughts, their actions. All of it felt so real and painfully relatable. And in that pain lays the true subtle beauty of Annarasumanara, its "magic". Quite literarily and figuratively. It truly is a magical series but in a way you wouldn't expect.

Tbh, I'm not even sure why I decided to write this out of nowhere, but after rereading it for who knows how many times, I just felt that I had to. This manwha has truly been a source of inspiration for me and I hope that any other individual that decides to read it will have a meaningful experience as well. And of course, I will forever be grateful to Ha Il-Kwon for writing such as beautiful series.

BlackCat12345 | Jun 20, 2021 3:57 PM
Hello, I just wanted to say I really respect and admire Il Kwon Ha for creating Annarasumanara. I'm not someone who becomes easily emotionally attached to things, or appreciates things very often at all. Most webtoons I see on Line have no impact on me at all, they are just another cold, stale, plastic product that I can easily pick apart and see for what they are, a product to sell to the gullible masses who eat it up because they don't know any better. Any love or passion or drive to make meaningful content that stays with the reader is practically invisible, and buried under layers of fluff because authors don't want to rock the boat.

But Annarasumanara is different. I remember it being the first webtoon to have a real impact on me. I could relate heavily to the main character, Yun Ai. I understood where she was coming from and we shared the same thoughts. It is the first webtoon to have induced me to tears, or make me feel strong emotional connection to any of the characters. Why? Because they felt like real people. They were, real people. And the author understands the real world, and real people, very well. For that, I hope the author is proud of themself and their ability.

The commenters here giving critiques that are shallow, vague and immature have no taste, and are unable to recognise a good thing when they see one. For them to read Annarasumanara is akin to throwing pearls to swine. The pigs may recognise it is different to what they usually consume happily, that being a mixture of mediocrity and actual excrement, but they will not be able to recognise the pearl for what is is, precious beyond what their small minds can fathom.

Il Kwon Ha, you make real art that touches people. I am so inspired by you and I hope I can be as great of an artist as you some day. Thank you!

whoisLVN | May 14, 2021 2:44 PM
Taste Of Illness is a fucking masterpiece, thank you.

bluya | Nov 25, 2020 3:42 PM
I really want to read Sperman but no one translates it T_T

Seya-san | Nov 9, 2020 3:31 AM
I hope author will be back with new works soon. He's a warm-hearted man.

KaizukaZekrom | Jul 14, 2020 6:35 PM
God of Bath was really good, i didn't expect a great stories from nonsensical thing like tha.

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