12 Manga Like Annarasumanara

It is said that a magician lives in the tent that is located next to the defunct amusement park, and some people even claim that the magician’s tricks are genuine. Nevertheless, just before he begins his performance, he invariably queries the audience, “Do you believe in magic?”

Magic is starting to feel like a distant memory for Yoon Ah-ee. She is forced to contend with the hard realities of poverty by devoting all of her time and energy to her studies, her work, and the responsibility of looking for her younger sister in the absence of their parents.

She has come to same conclusion as her cynical fellow student Na Il-Deung, who was brought up to believe that getting a solid education is the only way to approach life. Specifically, she no longer believes in the marvels of magic.

The course of Ah-life ee’s is irrevocably altered as she accidentally enters the closed-down amusement park and has a fortuitous meeting with the magician.

The book Annarasumanara tells a story about growing up into the person you want to be. It is a story that is philosophical, heartwarming, and thought-provoking all at the same time.

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