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Bride of the Water God, Volume 2 (Bride of the Water God #2)

4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  1,257 ratings  ·  50 reviews
Habaek, the mysterious Water God, is cursed to live his days in the form of a little boy-while he turns back to his true adult self at night. His new human bride, Soah, thinks that she's been married to a child and has no idea that the attractive "Mui" is actually the adult Habaek. Surrounded by a cast of colorful elemental gods and their servants, Soah is tempted by flirt ...more
Paperback, 182 pages
Published February 19th 2008 by Dark Horse Books (first published October 26th 2006)
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Even lamer than the first volume; at least that had some stage-setting going on. Nothing happens in this one, it's just Soah and Mui wandering around continuing their ridiculously needless bodice-ripper-style "misunderstanding" and being angsty about nothing. (Well, Soah has some grounds for angst since she is in a strange place with a strange useless husband and everyone but her has supernatural powers. But she isn't angsting over that; she's angsting about boys.)

Seriously, this misunderstandin
Shalaine Mccall
Apr 14, 2014 Shalaine Mccall rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: lovers of anime
When reading this fascinating book I have come to love Japanese anime. The first time I read this book I was confused there were pictures all over the place and I couldn't keep track of what was happening. I then started to understand the book when I read it over and over again. Once I figured out was happening in the book I began to understand what was occurring in the text. The Bride of the water God, Vol.2 is a book filled with suspense and mystery of the beautiful Soah, a human, who is mar ...more
Nicola Mansfield
The man at night has told Soah that his name is Mui and he is the Water God's cousin. They are falling in love but neither will admit it to each other or themselves; there is much antagonism between them. Soah is given the opportunity to return home and yet she refuses. She learns of Mui's secret (that he is really the Water God by night) but from an unreliable source and this volume concentrates on her trying to find out the truth. I found the wordless panels quite hard to figure out exactly wh ...more
October 14, 2009

Beautiful art, but the story board is all jumbled up that its hard to follow. Even in English, it seems like I'm reading a different language.

Still, its really pretty to look at. Mui is so hot. So is Habaek, if I was a pedophile. He's just a really cute kid, with a bad disposition.

September 5, 2011

My thoughts haven't changed much in 2 years. The art is still amazing to look at. But I feel like the pages or the sto
Cassandra Carico
Alright, I am definitely getting sucked into this series. I think I may have a crush on Mui.....
Eisah Eisah
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Ms. Patterson
In the previous volume, Soah married the water god Habaek. Now, she must learn to live with him. She still feels uneasy about her new husband and the other gods, especially when Mui outrageously flirts with her. When Soah hears that Habaek and Mui are the same person, she seeks a way to discover if this is true.

Nothing much happens in this second volume of the series, but wow, that artwork is just spectacular! I just wish the story could give me a reason to continue with the series, but unfortun
Mon avis :

J’avais tellement aimé le premier volume de L’Épouse du Dieu de l’eau, au point que je me suis précipitée sur amazon pour commander les trois volumes suivants. J’étais vraiment impatiente de découvrir ce que la manhwaka nous réservait pour la suite.

Dans ce volume on retrouve une Soah toujours aussi perdue. Elle a vraiment du mal à cerner Habaek. Puis elle est intriguée par Mooi, cet homme mystérieux et à la personnalité complexe, qui n’apparaît
Syahira Sharif
From the previous volume, Habaek was pressured by the presence of his mother and as Mui, he told her to go back to her world. But Soah said an unexpected thing by lying that Habaek is in love with her and she wouldn’t leave him. This confused Mui who is also Habaek, and began to wonder about his attachment to her. Soah wondered why Mui wanted her to go back and Tae Eul Jin In revealed to her that Habaek and Mui is the same person. Soah remained unconvinced by deathly suspicious with the possibil ...more
Not bad. I still like the illustrations, and the outfits are really pretty. Not entirely historical, more like historical inspired I think. I could be wrong, though. Um...

Story wise, it's interesting, I guess. It's not bad, but it's not one where you feel like you HAVE to find out what will happen next, or anything. Seems more lazily-paced to me. We're still mostly in the dark about Habaek's past, and where the story is even supposed to be going. I think for me, it's another 2nd priority read -
If I enjoyed Mi-Kyung Yun's Bride of the Water God Vol 1 as an appetizer, then Vol 2 is the second course that will keep me at the table.

Artwork continues to be the greatest selling point. Yun's characters are long and beautiful and elegant. The backgrounds are exquisite. The clothes are luxurious. So the eye candy satisfy.

Plot begins to rev up as well. Soah is confronted by Mui who tells her to go home and she tells him No because Habaek loves her. Her reasons are both silly and funny and poign
Alexa (Pages of Forbidden Love)
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I’m happy to say that this volume is much more clear and easy to understand than the first volume was. In the first volume, it was all about the art being beautiful but in this volume the story actually moves forward. Not only does the story progress nicely but the word bubbles that the characters are saying and thinking are much easier to understand. Things were confusing in the first volume but this one actually makes sense, I could
Shera (Book Whispers)
The story panel isn't as bad as the first volume, but it's still a bit hard to follow. The story itself is still stuck in the "gimmick" phase, where I feel like nothing truly original is coming out. Just stuff you could find in any other shoujo story.

Now this is the point where I'm assuming everyone has at least read the first volume! So the water god has two forms a child and a man. Yeah, that's not really my cup of tea. Especially since there's the potential for Soah to not realize this for m
The art continues to be absolutely gorgeous. With four beautiful full-color pages at the beginning, lovely full-page (splash page?) fantasy scenes, and wonderful art throughout, this book is an aesthetic feast.

Unfortunately, the events continue to be very hard to follow. The story isn't particularly confusing: a human girl is married to the water g-d Habaek, and she's trying to figure out: a) if the little boy Habaek that she knows during the day is the same person as the adult "Mui" that she e
Jul 19, 2015 Deb rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: manga
The art work is still amazing. At time I lose the path of the dialog because there may be multiple speech circles in a frame, but some belong to a character out of frame which you don't realize at first. I'm finding it frustrating. Especially as new characters keep getting tossed in and you lose track of who is who. I hope this crazy, dark love story picks up in the next volume.
There is a lot of plot development in this volume. Soah plots to uncover the truth about Mui and Habaek in totally ridiculous ways. As before, the art is stunning.
That was....not as good as the first one. makes me not want to read the rest.
I've got to admit Habaek's other form, "Mui" is quite attractive.
Oh but the art is so elegant and beautiful. Mesmerizing.
Niratisaya Niratisaya
Still no development on plot
I will probably continue reading this as long as the art continues to be so unbelievably gorgeous, but I found myself irritated by some of the romance tropes, particularly the way every other woman who appears is in some way antagonistic to the heroine. Also, some of the action/flashback sequences were extremely confusing; I had to read them twice to make sure they weren't misprinted in the wrong order.
Ashley ventura
the mysterious water god Habaek has been having problems. during the day Habaek has to live in the form of a little boy. but at night Habaek turns to an adult. his new human bride Soah thinks she'd married a child and doesn't know that Mui is Habaek. Saoh is tempted from both Mui and rascal Huye. she has to be careful so she won't anger the gods also her powerful and unpredictable husband Habaek
Beautiful artwork.
Eh story.
Doubt I'll continue reading the series.
I would have rated this 5 stars if only the storyline wasn't so confusing. It keeps jumping from past to present, present to past.etc. Other than that, the illustrations are absolutely gorgeous and detailed. I've never read such a beautiful manhwa/manga.
This is a great Manga serieswith beautiful artwork and an interesting sweet story. For those who like art, romance, and a little bit of fantasy I'd say this is a good series so far. No matter how many times I read it it never gets old.
Unlike the first volume, this one is mostly filled with drama. As each chapter arises, mysteries of the past kept on unfolding. I assure you, you'll enjoy this as much as you've enjoyed the first volume.
Apr 27, 2012 Tasha rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Tasha by: Memory Arnould
Shelves: manga
These characters are really emaciated. Read the review at Truth Beauty Freedom and Books>>>
Habaek/Mui is a the hottest
guy/god/husband in manhwa history!
Soah you lucky thing!
And the art is..........W O W!!!
I could spend hours just looking at
the details of each page.
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Mi-Kyung Kun (윤미경) is a Korean comic artist; she is currently publishing the Bride of the Water God series in the Korean comics magazine Wink.

Received the Silver Medal for Seoul Media Group's "Shin-in-gong-mo-jeon" ("New Artist Debut Competition") for Na-eu Ji-gu Bang-moon-gi (The Journey of My Earth Visit) in 2003.

Received a "Shin-in-sang" ("Best New Artist") award from the Dokja-manhwa-daesang
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