The Breaker Season 3 Release Date

Between June 2007 and July 2010, The Breaker was serialised in Daiwon C.I.’s Young Champ’s magazine. The Breaker: New Waves (official website), which began publication on Daum Communications’ online comics portal in 2010, is the next instalment.

The Breaker was released in Korean, French, Indonesian, Italian, Polish, Russian, German, Thai, Arabic, and English, among other languages. Updated on July 20, 2021. Now it’s official. Breaker Season 3 is on the way, according to the author’s official blog. Here’s what he has to say about it.

And since many people have inquired about it… For the next work, we are preparing Part 3 of Breaker with writer Geuk-Jin Jeon.

This time, I think I’ll be working with scrolling like Trinity Wonder.

I don’t want to do page work because I think it’s a difficult task and consumes a lot of energy.

If you want a book… maybe… it’s so popular that it might come out if a place to publish a book appears.

So… I’ll prepare well and see you in Breaker Part 3.)

Season 3 of The Breaker is currently under production. The author was looking for a colour assist for Breaker’s 3 bases, so he put a job posting on his blog. The author stated in the new year that The Breaker Season 3 will be released in the middle of 2021.

However, the work just began in July 2021. Part 3 will be released in early or mid-2022. This is also validated by a fan-created petition. After hearing the news, fans flooded his blog with thank-you notes. I’m also ecstatic about this news as a fan of The Breaker. It’s a little late for New Year’s greetings.

I haven’t drawn the breaker characters as I go in a long time. I believe I need to put in a lot of practice time. Breaker Season 3 is presently being written by writer Jeon Geuk-jin. If at all feasible… I’d like to save the Breaker 3 manuscript while working on the promised orchid (“author is currently working on another manhwa!”). but…I’m not sure how it’ll turn out. In any case, it’s the middle of the year… If it’s too late, I’m considering releasing Breaker 3 in the second half of the year.

There are numerous aspects to consider. I need to hire fresh employees. My health is presently changing with each passing year, depending on my age… I have no objection to asking those who are waiting for the breaker to wait a little longer. Once again, a very happy New Year.

Season 3 is expected to begin in the second half of 2021, according to the author. He is unsure of the specific date, but for those who are unaware, the writer began working on the script last year (2020).

The Breaker Season 3 Characters

Shi-mentor, Woon’s Han Chun-Woo, was a vibrant and significant character in The Breaker. He is an important but minor protagonist in New Waves, who follows Shioon’s path. He is an important but secondary antagonist of Murim who aims to undermine the alliance.

He was the primary protagonist Shi-Woon Yi’s teacher before officially banishing him, and is known as the Goomoonryong (lit. Nine Arts Dragon). Chun-Woo has also conquered all nine seats of power, earning him the title of Goomoonryong and being recognised as the world’s most powerful martial artist.

The protagonist of The Breaker Series is Shi-Woon Yi. He is Han Chun-first Woo’s formal disciple, the Goomoonryong, and the current Head of the Sun-Woo Clan, as well as the Martial Arts Alliance’s Danju. Kwon Jae-Kyu was the Sun-Woo Clan’s second-in-command, the leader of the Elder Council, and the grandfather of Kwon Jinie. He was also one of the Murim’s Ten Grand Masters.

Kwon Jinie is a Sun-Woo Clan member and the granddaughter of Kwon Jae-Kyu. Shi-Woon Yi’s concealed bodyguard is assigned to her by him in order to defend him from persons within the Murim-In. Hyuk So-Chun is the Heavenly Way School’s Assistant-Leader and a Martial Arts prodigy in the Murim universe. He begins as an adversary to Shi-Woon Yi but subsequently transforms into an ally/rival.The Breaker Season 3

What is a Murim?

The name “mu means martial arts, and rim implies growing too quickly and powerful” is derived from the term “forest” in the Murim universe. No one knows when Murim initially appeared in the universe. However, many people attribute it back to the Ascetics, who withdrew themselves deep in the mountains of the rough environment to seek enlightenment.

According to legend, martial arts began as a way for a group of monks to defend themselves against the wild creatures they encountered while meditating in the woods. Because of their abilities, these monks quickly gained a reputation as martial arts masters throughout society. As a result, a large number of individuals rushed to meet them in order to become their disciples. With the arrival of more masters and pupils, the number of murim grew, clans and schools arose, and the world of Murim was founded.

The murim is a realm in which martial skills are passed down from generation to generation. As a result, the master-disciple relationship must be more intimate and sincere than a blood tie between father and son. There was a fear that coexistence between normal humans and murim would lead to strife and, eventually, war because of the murim’s nature of being “not normal” because their strength is far beyond the ordinary. With the exception of a few members of local administrations and the federal government, the existence of the Murim world was kept hidden from the general public.

There are laws that Murim-in must observe, such as notifying the Martial Art Alliance of any battles between Murim-in. And if a Murim-in tries to murder someone, they must be willing to put their own life on the line.The Breaker Season 3

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The Breaker Season 3 Action

Chunwoo Han is a martial artist who has been bestowed the title of Nine Arts Dragon by the Murim, a hidden martial arts club that coexists with modern civilization. The Martial Arts Alliance, the Murim’s government, has earned Chunwoo’s anger by murdering his martial arts master.

Chunwoo Han is transferred to a fictional school in Seoul for a mission from the Black Forest Defense Group, an anti-government organisation that fights the Martial Arts Alliance. He meets the protagonist Shioon Yi at school. Shioon has Chunwoo teach him martial arts to help him deal with his bullying problem.

Chunwoo begins his mission by rescuing Sosul, the Sunwoo Clan’s leader, from the Martial Arts Alliance. The Martial Arts Alliance kidnaps Shioon as Chunwoo prepares to flee the nation, prompting him to intercede. During the battle, Chunwoo openly rejects Shioon as his disciple and smashes his Qi-center, crippling his martial arts ability.

Shioon is no longer considered part of Murim as a result and will be protected by the law from martial artists seeking vengeance on Chunwoo through Shioon. Shioon is visited by the Sunwoo Clan, who informs him that Sosul has picked him as her successor.

The sequel The Breaker: New Waves picks up with Shioon, who has resigned as the Sunwoo Clan’s leader. Meanwhile, the Martial Arts Alliance is losing control of the globe, and a new force known as the Nine Arts Dragon, abbreviated SUC, is harassing ordinary residents.

Shioon meets Sera Kang, who orchestrates a sequence of events that effectively restores Shioon’s Ki-center. Shioon vows to destroy SUC after discovering their existence and how they have tarnished his teacher’s name.

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Since the conclusion of Breaker New Waves, fans have been anticipating the release of the Breaker anime. Noblesse, Tower of God, and The God of High School are three Korean Manhwa / Webtoons that have recently received anime adaptations.

As a result, there’s a significant probability that The Breaker will be adapted into an anime series. It’s possible that Netflix may adapt this manhwa into an anime, or that fans will start a petition on, similar to the solo levelling anime petition.

The Breaker is ranked 6th on’s top manhwa list, indicating that it is quite popular, with 114,171 members. Every month, more than 100,000 individuals search for The Breaker on Google. Still, Solo Leveling is the most popular manhwa of all time, and it is reported to be getting an anime adaptation.