Here are five of the best completed boys’ love webtoons on Lezhin Comics, ranging from the mundane to the fantasy.
Kodoani.com – Comic webtoon REDL has been taking this industry by storm. Comics that promote love between two men are also becoming more diverse in nature. In this collection, the list covers various genres such as real life and fantasy. However, most of the best BL content, regardless of classification, tends to share common characteristics: compelling plots, compelling characters, and romance.
Fans will find a deep repository of webtoon BL such quality to watch on platforms like Webtoon, Tappytoon and more. While there are some interesting stories that are still ongoing or just beginning, there are also some old gems that have ended the story. For readers who love to indulge in their favorite content and enjoy finished stories, here are some of the best and hottest BL series available on one of the biggest webtoon portals: Lezhin Comics.
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Angel Buddy – The Angel Buddy of the duo Chungnyun And MasterGin
For those who are looking for a cute fantasy series, Angel Buddy is the perfect choice. Webtoon follows Sooho Kim as he juggles at school and the unfortunate inconvenience of being disturbed by ghosts – something only he can see. One day, he noticed an angel outside his classroom window. Sooho is used to ghosts but never foresaw that he would eventually have an angel by his side, after accidentally breaking Taker’s wings.
Though slick, Angel Buddy has some incredible plot twists and compelling storytelling. It also delves into the compelling psychology of the characters to pose compelling themes, such as when Taker ponders what it means to be human. Beautiful artwork, making the characters’ expressions one of the highlights of the webtoon. Be forewarned that Angel Buddy will take a darker turn in the latter, and with warnings.
December Rain – Kimon’s December Rain
Suchae Lee never expected to hear someone taking a selfie in the restroom on the first day of the trip after being discharged from the army. And he did not expect to see this young man again when he saw him collapsed near where he was. Suchae finds herself falling in love with a mysterious guy, named Gusam, extremely quickly. However, he did not realize that Gusam was hiding a dark secret.
December Rain is not for those looking for a light book as it deals with some very heavy topics. Webtoon is set in the late 80s to early 90s and has a very dark mood. Both Suchae and Gusam are struggling to find a place where they can be themselves and they don’t have to run away anymore. Be forewarned that there is a thread of anxiety intertwined throughout the story because it is heavily implied throughout that Suchae and Gusam’s story may not end happily.
Wolf In The House by Park Ji-Yeon
Minsuk Yeo decided to start over after ending a long-term relationship that didn’t go well. The first thing he did was raise a blue-eyed Siberian husky named Bexan. However, as night falls, the husky transforms into a man longing to go to Siberia to find others like him, where he will be accepted for who he is. Neither Minsuk nor Bexan anticipated that they would find another werewolf in Korea.
One particularly striking aspect of this series is the art style. It’s quite unique in that it’s like a manga series and so it’s more static in terms of action and movement. Most webtoons are in color, but Wolf in the House uses a combination of black and white and a range of colors – at first, evoking a cooler palette. Bexan and Minsuk have a more fun quality in their relationship while the second couple, Ein and Diesel, are more complicated due to their messy history. Between the relationships and the premise, the plot is extremely satisfying.
Sign – author’s sign language ker
If there’s one thing Sign teaches, it’s don’t order coffee at Cafe Goyo. Soohwa desperately needed a job after he was in danger of being kicked out of the house and he was fortunate enough to be hired at Cafe Goyo. Besides the usual duties of working at the cafe, Soohwa also has to learn sign language because his manager, Yohan, is deaf. Yohan can barely speak, but when he does, Soohwa finds herself stimulated beyond imagination by his deep voice and Yohan, in turn, irritated when Soohwa uses sign language.
One of the rare BL webtoons to feature a deaf character, Sign is initially a sweet everyday story where Soohwa and Yohan navigate their relationship as mutually beneficial friends before they realize that they are. want something more. Sign is also hilarious because the two characters’ relationships happen at the most inconvenient times and Yohan’s friend Gyoon has a quirky gag of her own, threatening to bury everyone alive. However, the webtoon took a dark turn when the person who made Yohan deaf appeared.
Heesu In Class 2 – Heesu in Class 2 by author Lily
Heesu is always a listener. He listened to his best friend Chanyoung’s woes about school, life, and his girlfriend, despite his unrequited love for the guy. For some reason, Heesu has been assigned to be the class relationship counselor, even though he has no experience in that area. To his astonishment, even the introverted Seungwon turns to him for advice.
This is a feel-good and lovable webtoon about Heesu slowly falling in love and becoming the hero of his own story. It has a summer feel to it because of the art style and overall warm atmosphere, making for an extremely enjoyable reading session. While the plot is pretty general, it’s the characters that carry the story.
Why BL should be published more
BL has a bad reputation, especially when the works rely heavily on problematic stories, fetishize gay relationships, and sensationalize non-consensual experiences. Furthermore, despite a lot of BL content, the characters are often too stereotypical and forced into heterosexual relationships because the who are above/below parts make the character and relationship develop uneventfully. real. All of these issues only promote and propagate the harmful view that people in same-sex relationships are abnormal.
However, times are changing. While there is no denying that there are still problematic and unflattering webtoon stories, there are many other webtoons that are making a conscious effort to create lifelike characters. There are stories that focus on the pervasive feeling of falling in love. There are complex balances of happiness and sadness in stories, as life and relationships unfold naturally. All of these aspects and more are vital to continuing to foster as they normalize LGBTQ+ relationships in healthy, real, and engaging ways – ensuring that those in the community Community feels that their experience is authentically expressed and that people outside the community can identify with the shared reality of love.