yoon ah ee

Annarasumanara

É um Manhwa(= quadrinhos coreanos), um romance muito bom com um pouco de magia, eu super recomendo.

Yoon Ah-Ee é uma jovem que mora sozinha com sua irmã pequena e que vive cheia de dificuldades financeiras. Um dia ela escuta um rumor sobre um estranho mágico que fica perambulando em um parque de diversões fechado e que faz mágicas de verdade.
Ao conhecê-lo, Ah-Ee não acredita em sua mágica, mas com o desenvolvimento da obra, as certezas não só da garota, mas também do leitor são transformadas cada vez mais em dúvidas. Annarasumanara é um manhwa bem psicológico e muito interessante que leva o leitor a duvidar de suas próprias crenças.
Além de desenvolver muito bem seus personagens principais, elevando a estória cada vez mais e apresentando um final esplêndido.

Series Review: Annarasumanara

Basics

  • Genre: Drama, Psychological, Mystery
  • Status: Completed
  • Original Run: 2014
  • Number of Episodes: 27

Review

Recommended to me by the lovely @mangaandanimerecommendations, Annarasumanara (just try saying that five times fast) is about Yoon Ah-ee, a poor high school student whose childhood dream was to become a magician. Nowadays, she finds herself planted firmly in reality trying to make ends meet for her and her sister. That is until she meets a mysterious magician who lives in an abandoned amusement park on the edge of town.

So Annarasumanara is actually my first Korean webtoon, and to be honest, I was not enamored by it at first. It wasn’t until I got about three-quarters of the way through that I actually “got it”. Even though it has “magical” elements, it addresses real-world topics like poverty, societal pressure, adulthood, etc. I found it to be quite relatable and it will definitely give you some feels. Likewise, I thought the ending surprisingly fit the series’ overall theme and tone.

Moreover, I found the artwork to be pretty unique and captivating, especially with the use of different multimedia. However, I will never not be weirded out by Il-Deung. Even if there was supposed to be symbolism behind his character design, it just wasn’t right.

Thank you for taking the time to read this review! I hope you will check out Alice in Mangaland for more manga reviews in the future! Arigato gozaimasu! Thank you!