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Exploring the World of Webtoons

Recently, I delved into the world of webtoons for the first time, which are digital comics tailored for mobile devices and popularized by platforms such as Naver Webtoon, with origins and a significant following in Korea.

My inaugural choice was “Marry My Husband,” a widely popular webtoon that’s currently being adapted into a Korean drama. Initially, I intended to watch the drama adaptation, but due to time constraints, I opted for the webtoon version instead.

Unlike traditional manga, webtoons are colorized and optimized for easy reading on smartphones. Let me provide a brief overview of “Marry My Husband”: it revolves around a woman battling cancer who discovers her husband’s affair with her best friend. As the story unfolds, she tragically dies at the hands of her husband but is given a chance to travel back in time.

Within just two days, I consumed the entire storyline along with its sub-stories, each chapter referred to as an episode. Throughout the journey spanning 69 episodes, I remained thoroughly engaged, often losing track of time.

In the final episode, the creators offered insights into the process of crafting these webtoons, detailing the meticulous effort involved in character design, wardrobe selection, color correction, and more.

In conclusion, my experience with “Marry My Husband” was immensely enjoyable. The addition of colors to the narrative elevated the storytelling experience for me, prompting a newfound interest in exploring further into the realm of webtoons.

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