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Dice (YUN Hyunseok)  
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What if you can restart your life with a different setting just like a game? DONG TAE always get bullied by his classmates, but TAE BIN, sits right next to him, is handsome and popular at school; and now, TAE BIN suggests DONG TAE to play a little game.

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Official MVs: The Star, Goodbye Juliet by The Rock Diamond
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Associated Names
Dice - The Cube that Changes Everything
DICE: The Cube that Changes Everything
نرد: المكعب الذي يغير كل شيء
다이스 (DICE)

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372 Chapters (Ongoing)

Season 1: 62 Chapters + Prologue (Complete) 0~62
Season 2: 58 Chapters (Complete) 63~120
Season 3: 80 Chapters (Complete) 121~200
Season 4 (last): 144 Chapters (Ongoing) 201~

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Dice (YUN Hyunseok) by Orangegoat72


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Average: 7.8 / 10.0 (457 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.72 / 10.0

Last Updated
April 11th 2021, 5:31pm PST



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not bad! an honest opinion of mine.  
by taespoonofsuga_
August 24th, 2020, 1:57am
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
DICE is a great manhwa, its entertaining and the action in nicely done. although, i hate to say it myself but i'll have to drop this webtoon. i'm sorry. on season 4, it started out well but it became kinda repetitive not gonna lie. i dropped this webtoon on episode 294. i just couldn't stand it anymore. i'm practically just reading it for the ending, the series got too long. it felt like as if it was endless. it became boring for me an it was no longer entertaining. my review of DICE is pretty negative an all but it doesn't mean i hate it! i recommend it for people who like drama, action, and a bit of romance. it shows how the world really is, it shows how greedy we are for money and looks. it shows the real world we live in. i also like that they put music on certain chapters, it's a nice and a cute touch :]

... Last updated on August 24th, 2020, 1:58am
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by that_mixed_child
April 14th, 2020, 9:12pm
Rating: N/A
this webtoon started decently, but somewhere around chapter 124 i started getting really bored of the story. i saw there are more than 300 chapters and decided i had to drop the series. i skipped ahead to chapter 290 or something to see if anything’s really changed and it seems like it’s the same old thing. i’m just trynna see how it ends and move on because the actual reading is a damn drag😩
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An honest opinion on this series...  
by Across
September 29th, 2019, 12:06pm
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
As the title says this is just a really biased opinion mixed with some venting on this series from what I've read up to chapter 150.
I am not attacking anybody specifically like I said this is just an opinion mixed with a little vent.
Please read at your own discretion :x

It was a very interesting read and it had a good concept but you will quickly realize the plot-holes that will sneak-up on the story and culminate into the bull... climax (up to chapter 150) that was a certain character starting to farp Dice skills over and over AND OVER AGAIN all thanks to her true dice ability... Plot-Armor-tts!
All I can say is it was utterly disappointing when it became clear that the actually somewhat sound power system rules where some1 can only use dice skills in accordance and proportion to the amount of dice one has, had been utterly spit on because then you have an S-PULL of not one... not 2 BUT 3 ABILITIES AT ONCE being used WITHOUT cost/restrictions... REALLY? (Well that made perfect sense...)

If the author wants to pull a freakin Deus-ex-Machina for impact sake maybe consider a few things
#1 build up;
#2 having it make sense as to why it happened and not for the sake of "sock value";
#3 proper context to justify what's about to happen and not simply going with "oh you have the potential to b very best, therefore you are"!

In short... I am not trying to stop anyone from reading this, all I am implying is that if you are like me and you like the stories you read to make sense and be coherent, than please be prepared for some disappointment after you reach a certain point with this series.
If you're expecting a really coherent and really well thought out and executed story, simply because the premise was good and really interesting, this series is most likely not for you.
On the other hand if you're just after some light reading to pass the time and you don't mind unplugging your brain to the discrepancies that will keep on popping from time to time, then by all means, have a nice read 🙂

Like some1 said before... the potential for a good series is there but it's so poorly executed that it ends up feeling lackluster.
Instead of making the fight scenes and the "sock/dramatic/surprised" moments to be as impactful and visually appealing as one can, maybe focus more on the plot behind the dice system as a whole, char development and oh I know... how about sticking to the damned rules of the power system that HAD BEEN set previously from the series start? Instead of tossing them to the side the moment you want to make a character stick out as the show's new "Gilgamesh" so to speak!
Anyway I am giving this show a 5 simply because of the potential it has.

... Last updated on September 29th, 2019, 6:43pm
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A good idea poorly executed  
by Uthred
May 29th, 2019, 10:04am
Rating: N/A
The basic premise of the story is interesting but gets squandered by the poor execution. Cardboard thin characters are seldom acceptable but you can get away with it if the action or spectacle is distracting enough. Sadly that's not the case here and so the attempt at drama falls flat.
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Fun Gladitorial Struggle  
by rae2blue
June 17th, 2016, 10:53pm
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
I picked this up solely on the cover without reading the summary. I expected some boring but pretty story and was drawn in with the first emotionally gripping prologue chapter! It is amazing the amount of development, depth and plot twists Yun Hyunseok has captured.

Points: Comparison on today's materialistic/shallow society (over exaggerated) versus what is moral/ethic. Well established characters and back stories providing a full and developed cast with some character development. Great action scenes, fun comedic moments and sweet (minor) romance. Decent emotions and a very nice play on psychological warfare.

Drawbacks: The over exaggeration can a make it hard to connect with due to it being highly skewed to looks and power and greed over everything else. Only a handful have personalities that shine through the 'improved' looks. Some arcs drag a little, especially with filler fight scenes or pointless fun - though these can sometimes help to better connect with characters. Relatively slow character development as focus is on leveling up, X mystery and back stories. (But that's a personal preference of loving development stories).

Characters (there are many)
Dongtae - main protagonist.
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He starts off as a bullied kid and, with the help of the dice, becomes a powerful hero who holds onto his belief that dice are a tool that can be used to better the world. He aims to defeat X without playing by the rules X has set for the game.

X - main antagonist.
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Game master of his cruel game that plays on people's darker desires to overcome weaknesses and compete against others. He is a lonely personality with child behaviors aiming to have friends to play with forever.

Taebin - secondary protagonist (?)
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Original dice user Dongtae encounters. He escaped the fallout of X's last game and is against the spread of dice as he knows it will lead to another bloodbath. May prove to be more foe than friend with the secret he carries inside.

Eunju - secondary protagonist (?)
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She is the pure, upright character that both male protagonists like. Determined not to be drawn into X's game, she sees the dice as the cause of evil. Unlike Dongtae, she aims to erase the existence of dice altogether. This often leads to conflict with others who have benefited from the dice by escaping lives of bullying, helplessness, and inadequacies. She is perhaps the hardest to connect with as she fails to empathize with others and focuses solely on her own desire for everyone to accept themselves as they are - something she actually struggles with herself due to past rejection and not being recognized for her hard work. Due to recent developments she has pitted herself against Dongtae and is moving more towards an anti-hero role.

Mio - secondary protagonist.
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She has a strong crush on Dongtae and provides a light aspect to an otherwise dark plot. She is the most level headed of the protagonist group but also serves as more prop than key player. She helps often enough to be a secondary character rather than background but as of yet hasn't stood out much. Hints of her back story and recent power displays could mean more is to come of her development.

Mooyoung - secondary antagonist.
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Hints that he may be one of the true original dicers, he aims to gain power to try defeating X. He has tried multiple times and failed. To succeed, he plays an anti-hero role and will do anything to reach his goal, including killing friends. His link to Taebin is more than just past connections and may greatly change the playing field of the current gladiatorial game set up.

Che-Hyun - minor character, a personal favorite.
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While we know little of him, he seems like a fun and clumsy sidekick. I'm curious as to what his ability is - my guess is clairvoyance.

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Other than the one who joined the game and went crazy, what are all the others doing?? I mean, kids are suddenly and rapidly changing appearance (major changes overnight), abilities and skills. Violence, attendance issues and such are suddenly on the rise. They're all on their phones and playing with some 'dice'. Is a blocked phone really the only deterrent needed to keep them oblivious??

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During the first arc, we had one character make a big deal about turning off phones and going to a secluded park to avoid CCTVs and other electronic/communication/recording devices so X can't eavesdrop. Yet after that we have our main heroes constantly talking about how to defeat X right in the open knowing he is eavesdropping. If he has the power to change the world...why would you not master a little stealth and strategy?

Favorite scene:
Overnight stay & brain power
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After Mio and Dongtae start officially dating, she asks to spend the night (indefinitely) and Dongtae's hormones go on overdrive thinking she means more than just a sleep over. We see him losing rationality and being extremely flustered. Great, light-hearted fun. After he starts getting a little too anxious and bold, Mio succinctly puts him in his place and he's left to sleep in his own bed - alone.

Overall - I highly recommend this manhwa. It has a lot going on and is very interesting with it's concept and execution. The characters are fun and their interactions drive the story with dice powers adding incentives and twists. Give the prologue a shot - I doubt most of you will regret it.

... Last updated on June 17th, 2016, 11:18pm
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Quit calling out on ajaykumaryadav  
by hotxhotguy
January 8th, 2016, 8:42am
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
Those of you who is calling out on ajaykumaryadav are pathetic. Review's exist for people expressing their opinion. So if he/she didn't like that, then it's their opinion. Calling out on someone who doesn't like stuff that you don't like makes you pathetic. So fuck off and let other people express their opinion.
Now as for the webcomic,
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I loved it. I admit I hated the protagonist at first, but he is starting be more mature now. But the girl is very biased. God, she doesn't like deicers, while ignoring that before dice, people were getting bullied and she didn't do anything about it before. Now all the sudden that people had dice now, she is becoming self righteous.

... Last updated on January 8th, 2016, 8:43am
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by hotarusasaki
December 27th, 2015, 10:14pm
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
I admit to dropping this one, halfway through I just couldn't stand it anymore...To me it just wasn't fun to read it, it was extremely depressing /constantly/ that it felt like a drag to read it. It never got any better and I just found myself getting more and more bored until I just stopped reading altogether. Yes, this story has an unique idea, however that does not mean it is not boring. And then there is a strong idea of how you need to have good looks, smart, athletic etc. to be liked by others, and the importance of popularity. Which is stupid really, because you don't need to be perfect and popular to have friends. So this wasn't really for me, too much drama to the point of depressing and boring....
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decent I guess...  
by jjkyxr
July 20th, 2015, 9:11pm
Rating: N/A
Partial spoiler, but the general premise here is that instead of hard drugs invading a poor innocent school, magic dice became the new heroin and all the cool kids are doing it. Interesting premise since these dice gamify the world in a believable sci-fi/fantasy sort of way as well as adding in morality dilemmas on top of it.

A big downside for me is how lazy the author is developing the story. Doesn't seem to have enough energy at establishing more unique character perspectives with these bizarre situations. A good example is the generalizing of "the mob" from the author and their actions during school wide events. Granted many would succumb to desires that would eventually ignore their already established morals, but not too many, heck maybe only a few. Many would probably just go for dice in moderation. But what would I know? I never took cocaine and I'm sure a few good who did, eventually did bad to acquire more, but not freakin most everyone.. right?

Probably nitpicking too hard but I had a hard time getting absorbed into this manhwa. Maybe it's because it's not going too hard into the game stats like The Gamer allowing the author to pull shit out of his butt to make the plot work at times. I understand he doesn't want to get tided down with the nuisance, but he keeps briefly showing these stupid radar chart character stats occasionally yet not frequent enough that we as readers still can't establish power levels between characters to any reasonable degree. Yes, I know this shouldn't be the focus of this manhwa, but as more chapters pile on, the more this becomes a battle shounen and the more this becomes a pressing issue.

EDIT: After reading up to chapter 186, my opinion has changed a bit. After you forgo stats and just embrace the vagueness of strength in this manhwa, it's much easier to move on and just see your fighters in simple letter grade ranks (B, A, S). This story's focus is less of fighting anyways and more of drama as it goes on. It all has to do with how characters handle these magic drugs in their lives. A large overarching theme is the question of what is the root problem, these drugs or the drug dealer?

... Last updated on December 29th, 2017, 4:04pm
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Surprising twists  
by ashi
June 1st, 2015, 9:17pm
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
It's an excellent story! It's a critical view of how people in today's society think, very individualistic, very self-absorbed. But more than that, every time you think the story is gonna go one way...bum! it surprises you with a new twist. The latest arch (ch98 and on) is quite long, but the action scenes are very well drawn.
Ah! one more thing, the female lead might seem annoying, but she has a background story that hasn't been revealed yet. She could end up being as dangerous as the hoodie guy because she doesn't want to change herself, she wants to change something beyond herself.
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Not bad at all  
by Pockercpv
January 9th, 2015, 5:26pm
Rating: 8.1 / 10.0
ajaykumaryadav review is pretty dumb, either he read only the first few chapters or his abilities of understanding the plot are ridiculously low. In fact, the comic is about how ridiculous influential those standards like beauty are and how easily they can manipulate life around you. Also, is about how greedy and shity society can be (maybe too much, as there only a couple of characters who have a good(not too shitty) personality in the whole wc).
Fun read, and the music in some chapters gave a relly nice feeling to them hehe (it was a new thing to me)
sorry for the bad english, not native.
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