Well, I finally got around to opening up the latest box of Korean manhwa (weighing close to 40 lbs.), and here's all of what came out:For perspective's sake, I should note that the majority of the books are A5, with one B5 and two B6. Yep, Korean sunjeong manhwa are the size of most Japanese BL anthologies. Koreans like their comic books BIG.From left to right, starting with the top row, we have the following titles:
by Na Ye-ri - I believe this might well be Korea's very first BL novel! Purchased for the illustrations, obviously, as I cannot read it.
-Bulmyeol ui Yeongung
I Sun-shin Vol.2 by No Mi-yeong
Vol.2-3 by Bak Hui-jeong
Vol.15 by Won Su-yeon - Last volume, and, lousy picture reader I am, I can't even figure out if it has a happy ending or not!!! *weeps*
Vol.1 by Kara and U Su-jeong - Kara's newest series.
-Geurinbil eseo Mannnayo
Vol.1 by Yu Si-jin
Vol.2 by Gim Eun-hui
Vol.6 by I So-yeong
Vol.9 by Bak So-hui - Being released in Japan and translated into Japanese by Shinshokan.
Vol.4 by Choe Gyeong-a - Newest series by the creator of Snowdrop.
Vol.2 by Han Seung-huiThese are two brand-new, random series that struck me as interesting as I browsed through the manga section, so I thought I'd check them out, though I'm not in any way familiar with the manhwaga in question. At the very least, the cover art is pretty:
Vol.1-2 by Gim Yong-seon
Vol.1-2 by I Jeong-a
If you'd like more information on or scans of any of the titles photographed above, feel free to let me know. ^_^ I may or may not be gushing or ranting about various titles, anyway, depending upon the kind of impression they make. For those of you who have been waiting patiently, I promise I'll have some more scans of Aegis
up by the end of the week!