Solo Leveling has just made a comeback with a new sequel series titled Solo Leveling: Ragnarok, which made its debut with an unexpected drop of more than 100 chapters.
Solo Leveling: Ragnarok carries up the narrative with Sung Suho, a new protagonist who is the son of Sung Jinwoo, the protagonist of the original series.
Crunchyroll portrays the Solo Leveling anime as following:
“It’s been over a decade since the sudden appearance of the “gates”—the paths that connect our world with a different dimension. Since then, certain humans have awakened to supernatural powers. We call these individuals “hunters.” Hunters make their living by using their powers to conquer dungeons inside the gates. In this world of tough customers, the low-ranked hunter Jinwoo Sung is known as “the weakest hunter of all mankind.” One day, Jinwoo gets fatally injured when he runs into high-rank double dungeons hidden within a low-rank dungeon. Just then, a mysterious quest window appears in front of him. On the verge of death, Jinwoo decides to accept the quest and starts leveling up… while the others aren’t.”
Solo Levelin, is a South Korean web novel composed by Chugong. It was serialized in Kakao’s advanced comic and fiction stage KakaoPage on July 25, 2016, and was subsequently distributed by D&C Media under their Papyrus mark on November 4, 2016. The novel has since been authorized in English by Yen Press, as well as by Web-novel under the title Only I Level Up.
The webtoon transformation of Solo Leveling was first serialized in KakaoPage on March 4, 2018, and is outlined by Jang-Sung-Rak, the CEO of Redice Studio. The webtoon’s most memorable season closed on March 19, 2020, and its subsequent season continued serialization on August 1, 2020. Its singular parts have been gathered and distributed by D&C Media into four volumes as of July 2022.