After enduring years of drought, Soah's village has decided to offer the young maiden up as a sacrifice to appease the Water God in hopes that he'll bless them with rain. Adorned in the finest bridal attire, Soah is brought out to sea and swept away by a vicious typhoon, eventually arriving in the sumptuous dwelling of the gods. Here, she is surprised to find that the feared Water God is not a loathsome monster, but a young boy. And while she quickly finds her place in court life, one night she meets a mysterious handsome man who calls himself Mui who is more than he appears to be...
a historicly based manga, with a very serriouse over tone and fantastical eliments. I can recomed this manga if you like any of these areas of manga. Tha art work can be seen to be a little fussy but it suiites the over all feel of the story. read more
The stunningly beautiful art of this series is what first prompted me to buy it. There is a wonderful story involved as well; however, after nine volumes, I stopped collecting because it never seemed to be going anywhere. While the character designs were all gorgeous, there were some characters that I kept getting mixed up. It may be worth sticking with till the end, but I prefer a storyline... read more
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