Mercenary Enrollment Chapter 64 is scheduled to release on 19 December 2021. The next episode is highly anticipated by fans.
Yu Ijin is the main character in the series Mercenary Enrollment. He was orphaned ten years ago in an airplane crash and miraculously survived. Yu Ijin was a mercenary known for his high-level combat abilities who served on a variety of battlefields.
During one of Ijin’s operations, Major Kang Hamchan and his squad were rescued from the Republic of Korea. After the war, Hamchan helped the adolescent to reunite with his grandfather and younger sister. Yu Ijin’s goal has been to live a typical adolescent life since then. In the coming chapters, we’ll also meet one of Seoul’s most powerful mafia figures.
Plot Of The Mercenary Enrollment
The plot revolves around Yu I-Jin, a teen who lost his parents when he was eight years old. He was flying with his parents when the plane crashed, and he was the only survivor. He was abandoned in a desolate landscape and has had to overcome numerous obstacles to survive since childhood. He was then forced to become a child mercenary, and he chose to stay because he had no other options.
He was returned to his birthplace after nearly ten years to live with distant family members. He was given all of the food and clothing that he had to work for and earn when he was a mercenary. However, he was unaware of the challenges that a high school throws at every adolescent child, and the story primarily depicts his journey in figuring out how to succeed in a new battlefield; his high school.
Mercenary Enrollment Chapter 64 Release Date And More
The release date has been set for Sunday, December 19, 2021, in stores, as previously reported. The rough scans will be released on the internet 2 to 3 days before the spoilers, but the final release should be delayed.
Where To Read
It is a weekly manga, and fans have been eagerly awaiting the next Chapter of Mercenary Enrollment. You can read it on Webtoon.com, Tappytoon, and Manhwa Bookshelf.
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