Serious talk, what board are Korean and Chinese works preferred on: /a/ or /co? It's allowed on both boards but where would the larger discussions be?
/co/ mods keep on deleting my manhwa threads and I once got banned for a day for it being 'off topic'. People on /co/ always say "Isn't this /a/?" more than discussing anything
We have had threads on manhwa like The Breaker for a few years now. Manhua like Feng Shen Ji are popular yet no one talk about it. I make a Girls of the Wild thread every once in awhile but obviously its been pretty shit story wise for awhile so no one cares
In the last year, I've seen just one - ONE - Korean-related webtoon thread. And it was for The Gamer.
Maybe it's the time of the day I log on but it is hardly ever discussed. The irony is that the only reason I read Girls of The Wilds and The Gamer is because /a/ introduced me to them.
Not anymore I think, all her appearances haven't really kept her lingering on him. I thought it just leads to her thinking Jaegu will grow up and be like that rather than how weak willed he is.
The Wushu girl with the sword is the best
Literally fell off the manga, where the fuck did she go
college dude was only there a plot device so far, not a character. His interaction with Dal Dal is limited and superficial. I think what Dal Dal is taken by is the realization that she is wasting her life waiting for someone (Jaegu) who doesn't see her the way she sees him. I think she's starting to understand she needs to grow out of him if she's going to find happiness. She still cares but is starting to withdraw for her own sake.
There are quite a bit of young Chinese talent propping up, and yeah alot of animation is outsourced to Korea.
I've just seen shorts, no real "Saturday morning" shows.
If it isn't from Japan it doesn't belong on /a/
I don't go to /co/ but if they decide as a whole that it doesn't belong there either then there's no board for it so take it to another website or try and get a board made for it.
>If it isn't from Japan it doesn't belong on /a/
Fuck off to /jp/ if that's how you think. Korean and Chinese (if they ever get posted) animation/novels have a place in /a/ far more than they could in /co/.