JK Haru is a Sex Worker in Another World

Alt title: JK Haru wa Isekai de Shoufu ni Natta

Vol: 5+; Ch: 27+
2019 - ?
3.672 out of 5 from 212 votes
Rank #18,121
JK Haru is a Sex Worker in Another World

The otaku boys get to have adventures when they’re hit by the inevitable truck and find themselves in yet another fantasy world. The girls, on the other hand…well, Haru finds out the hard way when her classmate Chiba gets the two of them truck-murdered into a fantasy world that treats women even worse than our world does. But a girl’s gotta do what she can to make the cash for survival, and Haru? She intends to thrive.

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I have read this to ch16. This is an isekai story that diverges from the typical isekai fantasy story. While the premise of the MC being a prostitute is certainly unique, I think this story certainly suffers because of it. The first critique I have of this story is that there is no real meaningful world building. The setting is more or less restricted to the brothel for most of the story with the occasional trip to the patio, roof, and arena. We are also told that this city is somewhere on or near the frontline. We are never shown much of anything beyond the brothel, much less outside. They couldnt even bother with a character death or maybe an injury to show just how dangerous the area around them is. The MC also complains that the otherworld is deeply misogynistic and we are certainly shown examples of it. However, we are not really shown any men that do not visit brothels so we have no idea how misogynistic the world is, we are not explained to why in a world where anyone can use magic would misogyny be prevalent, why they dont have a bouncer or local protection for their brothel, or if the misogyny is only prevalent in this area because it is on the frontline. I think the exploration of misogyny is done better is several other manga. Also, though this city is supposedly on the frontline against the demons, then why is there an arena and why are there so many happy people, food stalls, sporting events, etc? We are never really explained anything about the world since this only really takes place in the brothel. The second critique I have is that the characters are very 2-dimensional. Despite having a small cast and focused in a specific location, there is no real character growth. The only character that grows is probably the Sumo patron in that he finally loses his virginity. Other than that, the singer girl, the small cute girl, the priest girl do not have any growth. The priestess girl had a chance since she sought advice from the MC but it was somewhat wasted by teaching her how to give bjs. The Otaku character was somewhat believable; however, I think Creature Girl Harem does this archetype better (the second POV character). The MC does not see any growth at all. In fact, she somewhat regresses to a carefree child when she goes to play kick the can. The only character I can say im interested in seeing them exploring is the mysterious stranger and thats probably only because he is mysterious. Other than that, the art is pretty run of the mill that you see in other generic manga. If I had to compare this to anything, it would probably be Penis Mansion Vahalla but very toned down and less stupid.

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