When Soah’s impoverished, desperate village decides to sacrifice her to the Water God Habaek to end a long drought, they believe that drowning one beautiful girl will save their entire community and bring much-needed rain. Not only is Soah surprised to be rescued by the Water God-instead of killed-she never imagined she’d be a welcomed guest in Habaek’s magical kingdom, where an exciting new life awaits her! Most surprising, however, is the Water God himself . . . and how very different he is from the monster Soah imagined.
* Mi-Kyung Yun received the “Best New Artist” award in 2004 from the esteemed Dokja-manhwa-daesang organization.
* Bride of the Water God is translated by Heejeong Haas, who has translated a wide variety of American and Korean projects. Heejeong worked as the lead translator for Toon-Us-In-where she translated animation storyboards for The Simpsons and Futurama.
Source: publisher’s website