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Sam Hagen
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Hello everyone.

Two months ago, I stumbled upon a very good Korean webcomic about magic named "Annarasumanara". The story is about hope and dream.

Here is the synopsis:
"Yun Ai wanted to be a magician when she was little. But now in reality, she is a high school student who cannot even afford new stockings. Since the day she met a real magician at a fair, she desperately wants to follow her dream."

Here is the link to the webcomic:
http://www.webtoons.com/en/drama/annaras......le_no=77

S.H.
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tommy
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That is the first web comic I have ever seen and thanks but well I don’t get it. I will have another look after I have had a cup of tea.
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Maybe because you are still on the early chapter.

This web comic taught me how to be a real magician.

S.H.
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