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Tower of God Manhwa/WEBTOON Will Return In 2021 Summer

(Last Updated On: May 2, 2021)

The official Twitter account of the WEBTOON announced today that the famous manhwa of author SIU Tower of the God will return this summer 2021. Last year due to the author’s health issues the manhwa went on hiatus.

The Tower of God centers on a boy named Twenty-Fifth Bam. It is notable that in Korea ‘Bam’ can mean ‘Night’ or ‘Chestnut’, giving it a religious connotation of being the messiah. He has spent most of his life trapped under a huge and mysterious Tower, with only his close friend Rachel to keep him company. When Rachel enters the Tower, Bam is devastated. Somehow, Bam manages to open the door to the Tower. Now, he will go any distance to see Rachel again, even if it means dying. When he enters the Tower, he meets allies who will help him climb the tower.

Tower of God is a South Korean manhwa released as a webtoon written and illustrated by S.I.U. It has been serialized on the Naver Corporation Naver Webtoon webtoon platform since June 2010, with the individual chapters compiled and published by Young Com in four volumes as of June 2020. Tower of God received official English translations from Line Webtoon as of July 2014.

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You have received a mobile game and merchandise. In Japan, the manhwa website received an anime television series adaptation from Telecom Animation Film that first premiered on Naver Series On in South Korea and aired in Japan immediately thereafter. It originally aired from April to June 2020. Crunchyroll licensed and simulcast the Japanese version of the anime for its streaming service.

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Source – WEBTOON Twitter

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Arjun Goyal
I love to watch anime, movies and read novels, mangas, webtoons. My first anime series was Bleach that's why favorite. Solo leveling is favorite webtoon and Dragon Rioting favorite manga.
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