Best New Ongoing Korean Web Novels

Best New Ongoing Korean Web Novels

We’ve got you covered if you’re looking for some new web novels to read!

In recent years, Korean literature in translation has provided us with some true gems. This category includes web novels and manhwas. Korean web novels are one of my personal favourites. Japanese web novels aren’t bad either, but there’s something special about Korean ones. And, because I’m always looking for new Web Novels to read, I’ve compiled a list of the Best New Ongoing Korean Web Novels for you to check out! (Don’t worry, all of them have excellent translations.)

7. I Was Possessed By An Unknown Manga

“Scramble Love” was a well-known Japanese love comedy manga that sold more than ten million copies. I was possessed by a manga I’d never seen before. Or, to be more specific, I became a minor sidekick.

As one would expect from a comedy, the plot is cringe-worthy. The plot is fantastic, but stupid, and the romance is both romantic and boring. Despite its bad jokes, the film is interesting and entertaining. If you like the Jojo series, you’ll recognise the strange situations in each scene, lol.

6. Why Did I Have To Enroll

Ban Yu-won’s revered grandfather told him as a child that the fictional building known as the Tower of Babel in the Bible was built by their ancestors. “The Tower of Babel was built without collapsing, and the public is misinformed.” That is precisely what he stated.

He denied it, saying it was absurd, but… He is invited to a prestigious interdimensional university… in the status bar…

5. Pseudo Resident’s Illegal Stay In Another World

“Where the f*ck am I?” One day, he suddenly fell into a world of barbarism and superstition. “F*ck, I ain’t a savage!”

It’s an isekai story, but the main character isn’t immediately overpowered. Character development is excellent, and the main character is endearing. It is, in fact, a harem.
The MC begins as a s*ave in another universe where his life was, to put it mildly, abysmal. He couldn’t feed himself. Previously, a random hot girl he met on the street had dragged him into another realm. The novel will contain R-18 sequences, but it will take some time, so be patient.

4. Love Letter From The Future

Ian Percus is the second son of a Viscountcy from the countryside. One day, he received a love letter from the future. ‘If we do not protect the future, the world will perish.’ Someone scribbled a foreboding warning…

The story of our main character, Ian Percus, is told in this novel. Ian Percus, a country writer, is the Percus family’s second son. When he awakens from a strange dream and receives a love letter… from the future, his life is turned upside down. A doomed world, a future filled with only pain and regret.

In the future, he receives letters from his lovers. A future that is jeopardized. He sets out to save the world based on the hints in those letters.

3. How To Survive At The Academy

I ended up transmigrating as a second-rate extra in a game I like, but the worst part is that this character has already fallen and been disowned. I don’t have any objectives. I just want to graduate, but the world will not let me.

In terms of plot, this is an excellent novel. The main plot is nothing new. It’s like a scone at this point; it’s very common, some like it, some don’t, but what stands out is the author’s brilliantly planned turn of events, which exemplifies the butterfly effect.

Our main character, Ed, who is forced into this gaming world for unknown reasons, tries to stay true to the original plot, but every move he makes leads to other unexpected outcomes in a convincing manner. The universe feels incredibly organic because of those unexpected events, which, despite going against Ed’s expectations, are highly plausible.

Along with the well-crafted plot, the comedy includes cream and lovely strawberry jam on the scone.

2. Omniscient First-Person’s Viewpoint

I was wrongfully imprisoned in Tantalus, the Abyssal Prison designed for the most heinous criminals, where I met a regressor. But, using my ability to read her mind, I discovered that I would die in a year… and that the world would come to an end in ten years… Spoilers for GG’s life

The protagonist of the novel has mind-reading abilities and can tell what others are thinking. The MC’s name isn’t revealed until about 100 chapters in, but his characteristics are so distinct that you can picture him. The novel’s distinguishing feature is that you see the dystopian world through the main character’s eyes. As a result, the term Omniscient First-Point-of-Contact Person was coined.

The novel Omniscient First Person View is brimming with insight. Reviewers believe the author is a Regressor because he has so many insights into so many different fields despite being only an undergraduate student. The romance is subtle and, at best, a sub-genre, despite the harem tag. As the focus shifts to friendship and how they can avoid a tragic future. The main Protagonist finished fourth in the year’s MC pole, trailing only Frey Raon Starlight and Ferzen Von Schweig, and his ability to read minds is the novel’s true charm.

1. The Main Heroines Are Trying To Kill Me

I kept my tears at bay as I destroyed the world in order to save the hopeless Dark Fantasy World, then killed the Demon King and returned.

Now I’m trying to save the world using the “System” I got as a “Regressor’s Privilege”… The Main Heroines, on the other hand, have reawakened memories from the previous timeline.

Please, God.

Raon, Frey The protagonist of the novel is Starlight. This protagonist is a direct descendant of the First Hero, a ‘deceased’ (Hardcore gamer) who became entangled in a game called [Dark Tale Fantasy] 1000 years ago in the world the MC lives in.

The First Hero saved the world, according to the flow of the original game he knew about, but [Dark Tale Fantasy] had a sequel. In this game, you must prevent the Demon King’s heir from annihilating the world 1000 years later. This game has been dubbed “Harder than Part 1,” “Dog sh*t Game,” and “Intentionally designed by the developers to torture the gamers.”

The sequel’s protagonist is the MC, and in order to have a truly happy ending, he must follow the strategy guide left by the First Hero.

The hidden path is the [Path of False Evil], with the following requirements for entry:

  1. Commit evil deeds under duress. 2. Lie to the Heroines in order to destroy the world. 3. Then, betray the Demon King in order to regress and obtain the [False Evil System].

However, due to some unexpected factors, the five main heroines have also gained memories of the previous timeline.

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