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Post #540111
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8:01 pm, Mar 15 2012
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The author is Korean so this should be a Manhwa right?
Or is there some other requirement that determines Manga or Manhwa?
I don't want to submit a change request on ignorance.

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Post #540113
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8:09 pm, Mar 15 2012
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Im not sure but i think it depends on the country in which it is published. So Freezing is published in japanese magazine hence its manga not manhwa. And one more thing- I could be wrong but i think Im not wink

Last edited by kropka76 at 8:44 pm, Mar 15

Post #540115 - Reply to (#540113) by kropka76
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Manga Hunter

8:23 pm, Mar 15 2012
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That would indeed be correct kropka76, in addition, manhwa is read left to right just like English.

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An F to judge M!

8:32 pm, Mar 15 2012
Posts: 383

Right. As they say, it was, and still is originally published in a Japanese magazine and you read it right to left.

It's manga; doesn't matter the nationality of the author. If you use that logic, Felipe Smith's been drawing comics all this time.

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9:10 pm, Mar 15 2012
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What everyone else said.

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