While there were a lot of silly gags in the Pig Bride series, this particular scene was very memorable because I don’t think I’d laughed quite so hard at a manga/manhwa before. Si Joon has been alone in the mansion without electricity, when he sees what he thinks is a monster. Mu-Yeon shows up to
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The ending of this five volume series is anything but predictable. The story is told right up to the final pages and the author even ran out of room to do an epilogue. Overall, Pig Bride is a fun read, and I’d love to see these characters have another adventure together.
First impressions of the series Knockout Makers, Stolen Hearts, and a continuation of Pig Bride 4.
Synopsis: Starting right where the story last ended, volume three opens with Doe-Doe getting hold of Mu-Yeon’s pig mask. Greedy Doe-Doe now in possession of the mask, decides to try it on herself and suffers the consequences. Meanwhile, Si-Joon and friends are out searching for Mu-Yeon and Doe-Doe. Once Doe-Doe is found, Si-Joon must decide
With more action and character development, volume 2 is much more entertaining than the first. From fighting evil spirits to fortune telling, Mu-Yeon’s enigmatic aura continues to remain the centerpiece of the storyline.
An intriguing premise, Pig Bride offers a sprinkling of fantasy, mystery, humor and romance. Though Si-Joon can be irritating with his impulsiveness and obliviousness to others, Mu-Yeon, his opposite, seems intelligent and quirky. I really want to know what Mu Yeon looks like, and I’m sure that most readers will feel the same. If you’re looking for a new fantasy series, definitely give this one a try.