Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint Chapter 77 is expected to release in the third week of October. Fans are excited to read the chapter.
Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint is an action, adventure, fantasy webtoon series. It is written by South Korean writer duo Sing Shong and illustrated by Sleepy-C. It is based on Sing Shong’s novel of the same name. The webtoon series is published by Naver Webtoon. The official English translation of the manga is available on Webtoon.
The webtoon series has become very popular among readers for its unique storyline and beautiful illustrations. As of October 2021, the webtoon series has 1.6 million subscribers on Webtoon.
About Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint
Have you ever imagined getting stuck in the world of your favorite web novel? That is exactly what happened to Dokja, a normal office worker. He has an interest in reading web novels. His favorite web novel is ‘Three Ways to Survive the Apocalypse.’ He is the only person who had read the novel till the end. When his favorite novel comes to reality, he is the only person who knows how the world is going to end. Dokja uses his understanding of the novel to save the world.
He meets Yoo Joonghyuk, the protagonist of ‘Three Ways to Survive the Apocalypse.’ Together they attempt to change the conclusion of the story. Dokja doesn’t know that he would become the protagonist. Dokja and his team face difficulties and challenges to save the world.
The protagonist of the webtoon is not a superhero. He is a normal guy whose only superpower is his knowledge. His character feels so real that the readers could actually feel the story. If you are looking for a unique action, fantasy webtoon, it is a must-read for you.
Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint Chapter 77 Release Date
It is expected to release in the third week of October. The release date is not confirmed yet. Fans are very excited to read the anticipated chapter.
Where to Read Online
You can read Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint online on Webtoon. They usually release new chapters once a week, on Wednesdays.
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