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Average: 4.5 (13 votes)
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Thriller Age 13+ · NETCOMICS
Completed with Vol.4 Ch.4

Ordinary high school girl Jina discovers that she is heir to a terrible legacy handed down from her family's sinister history. Long ago, her ancestors killed a magical serpent known as an Imugi, believing that it would bring them good luck. Unfortunately, the creature cursed them as it died, decreeing that one family member of each generation for that day forth will be killed by two people closely acquainted with that person. In this day and age, no one wants to believe in such outmoded superstitions, but one of Jina's relatives has been murdered without fail in every generation. Now, Jina has been informed that she will be next to die...

Two Will Come was adapted to a Korean feature film titled "Someone Behind You" in 2007.

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    5
    10.26.08
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    Excellent.
    Kang certainly has a good grasp of psychological thrillers. The realistic setting of the story and relatable characters make this series all the more powerful. Looking forward to the last volume.

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    5
    10.25.08
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    Yay, Jina! Way to turn things around and try to take your destiny back into you own hands. I like reading about a truly strong female character for a change. Sure, she has moments of weakness (understandable when someone is trying to kill you) but she always regains her equilibrium and comes out stronger for it.

    This story is awesome but sadly too short.

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    10.21.08
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    I always knew it would be one of the four friends. It's always the ones closest to you. I personally think it'll turn out to be Lloyd. This would make a good psychological thriller film.

    This series was made into a film in Korea? Perhaps I should check it out.

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    12.21.07
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    She was my favorite writer ..when i was so young...It is real good to see in english

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    5
    11.10.07
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    "Two Will Come" opens with a scene that serves as a cautionary tale. If one takes an action to better his own circumstances, at the expense of another, he may live to regret it. Or not live, as the case may be. A man worried about the health of his mother and his pregnant daughter in law seeks advice, and is told to kill a serpent residing in the mountain behind his estate, as it is "hindering his prosperity." And thus, the serpent is violently beheaded. Unfortunately, if the family had bad luck because of the serpent's proximity, their luck turns even worse upon murdering it. It seems that this serpent was magical-magical and supposed to ascend Heaven, yet killed before the day of its scheduled ascent. Hurt by the unfairness of this and furious at the humans' cruelty, the serpent curses its murderers as it dies, damning them to lose a family member each generation from that day onward. More specifically, a family member will not only die, he or she will be killed by two people who he or she is close to.

    The story then flashes to 1999, where the protagonist Jina is introduced. A teenager growing up in Seoul, as far as she knows her problems are those of a regular teenager: studying for exams, worrying about grades, feeling that her siblings and her cousin Myunghyun get away with more than she does, and various issues with friends and boyfriends.
    Her parents have yet to tell her that she has been born into a cursed family, let alone tell her that there's a possibility she will be the one chosen by the curse. They mysteriously require Jina to attend a family gathering, yet Jina does not suspect the true reasons for this. A fortune teller present at the gathering informs her parents that Jina will be the next one to be sacrificed. Not only does this fortune teller sense her impending troubles, but so does Lloyd: Myunghyun's friend visiting from the states. Lloyd happens to have psychic powers, as well as a budding crush on Jina, and a growing desire to protect her from her doomed future. Yet it is neither Jina's parents, nor her cousin's friend, nor the fortune teller who tells her the truth. Her aunt drops the bomb, not only revealing that there is a family curse that will
    strike Jina next, but that two people close to her will be the ones responsible for her death. After all, Jina's aunt would know-she lost her sister to the curse, because she herself in a blind rage killed her.

    The suspense in the story grows alongside Jina's terror. It seems that nobody in her life is willing to be honest with her, and that everybody in her life has the potential to do her great harm. Her parents want to protect her, yet sometimes grow frighteningly angry. The rest of her family is automatically suspect, because of the nature of the curse. Then, there are Jina's schoolmates to think of. A tall beauty named Haeri has it in for Jina. To make matters worse, Jina begins dating Jaesuk, a boy who is always hiding something. It would not be a surprise if he had sinister, ulterior motives. He is less than kind to Jina, then proclaims that such behavior is his way of showing affection. He also lies to her, as he is a calculating womanizer who has covertly been dating Haeri, and who used to date Jina's best friend Saehee-a fact that Jina doesn't know. As for Saehee, she is Jina's best friend, yet , she never told Jina about her and Jaesuk's history. Saehee also is developing a very big crush on Lloyd. Jina is already dating Saehee's ex-if Saehee realizes that her new love interest also likes Jina, jealousy may get the better of her desire to be Jina's friend. Essentially, there is nobody who Jina can completely trust. For even those who love her may fall under the curse's spell, and snap at any moment.

    "Two Will Come" has the unusual premise of a victim who knows her fate, which gives her room to make interesting choices. Jina may prove to buckle under fear and pressure and succumb to the curse, or she may gather all of her courage to try and live through something nobody in her family ever has. It will also be intriguing to see who the killer or potential killers are: Jina has untrustworthy people in her life, but she may be thrown for a loop if the ones who care the most for her end up being the ones who hurt her. The art contributes to the mood of the story, with a strong use of black and white imagery, and compelling facial expressions on the characters. The story pulls you in, scares you, and leaves you wondering if it is indeed possible for a person to escape her destiny.

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