God Of Highschool Season 2: Will There Be Another Season?

With more and more anime being developed and imported all the time, it was only a matter of time until services known largely for distributing and streaming anime would also start adapting originals themselves. In the year 2020, Crunchyroll debuted its first slate of original series.

When it debuted, “The God of High School,” an action-packed martial arts anime developed by Park Yongje and distributed by Webtoon was one of several new releases.

The show follows Jin Mori, a 17-year-old high school student and gifted martial artist from Seoul, South Korea, and his friends as they borrow power from mythical creatures and gods to compete in a tournament sponsored by a shady corporation that is meant to determine the strongest high schooler of them all.

The winner of the event, which is also known as “The God of High School,” shall have their wish granted by the firm, no questions asked.

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God Of Highschool Season 2 Storyline

At this point, we do not know which elements of the webtoon series are going to be adapted in Season 2. Namely, the webtoon series has a slightly specific structure as compared to the traditional manga, which is why it is quite difficult to determine these data.

As a result, we’re unsure what to expect from a prospective third season. That it will continue the story arc for our favorite characters is all we know for sure. What follows is a general overview of the show’s plot.

The God of High School (GOH) is a worldwide martial arts event, in which high school wrestlers utilizing any combat style can participate, directly invited by the competition organization. Anyone who wins the tournament will have any wish come true. Mori Jin is a 17-year-old teenager from Seoul who gets invited to the tournament, after having demonstrated his strength in a battle with a member of the tournament organization, Judge R.

In order to see how he stacks up against South Korea’s toughest competitors, he decides to take part in the competition. Mori is an expert in Renewed Taekwondo, a fictitious fighting technique inspired by taekwondo. This year’s Moonlight Sword Style (“Wolgwang”) successor and Karate Kyokushin specialist (“Karate Kyokushin”) Daewi Han meets up with him on the first day of the tournament while pursuing a criminal.

Once the competition begins, fighters such as; Go Gamdo, an honorable Tai Chi fighter, Ma Mission, a gorgeous wrestler, Jahre Byeong, a capoeira practitioner, Baek Seughchul, a genius equipped with a metal club and Gang Manseok, a cruel ITF taekwondo practitioner. Jin, Participate in the qualification tournament and show off your impressive physical prowess to the amazement of the other competitors and judges alike.

Jin is in fact the grandson of Jin Taejin, a warrior of deadly power who in the past stood up to all “The Six”, the strongest humans on earth (one of which, Park Mujing, the founder of the GOH) (one of which, Park Mujing, the founder of the GOH).

In the final of the competition, he challenges Han, who participates in the hope of saving a terminally ill old friend who sadly dies. Jin is the winner and friendship is created between the two of them and Mira.

One day a wealthy businessman, Oh Seukjin, asks Mira for a marriage that she agrees, to in order to alleviate the situation of her family. The man, however, admits that he is truly concentrated on his sword (which is a “National Treasure”) Mori and Han discover him by disclosing his actual identity to Mira. Seukjin shows the power of his own, “Borrowed Power”, but Mira beats him with her bare fists.

However, Seukjin is able to elude capture. Meanwhile, Mubong informs Mori that Jin Taejin has been defeated and taken prisoner by an unknown group known only as NOX.

He, Han & Mira enter the national tournament as the “capital team” and assert themselves in various clashes also against holders of “Borrowed Powers” and also against members of NOX, who have infiltrated the participants, one of them, Fei Long, lures Jin away from the tournament (posing as his grandfather thanks to his Borrowed Power “Doppelganger”) but is defeated. Park ilPyo defeats Jin in the finals of the event.

God Of Highschool Season 2 Casts And Characters

God Of Highschool Season 2 Casts
God Of Highschool Season 2 Casts

Tatsumaru Tachibana

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Kentarō Kumagai

Kentarō Kumagai is a Japanese voice actor connected with Haikyō. He was born in Saitama and grew up in Okinawa

Ayaka Ōhashi

Ayaka Ōhashi is a Japanese voice actress and singer from Tokyo, Japan. HoriPro International, a talent agency, represents her. As a vocalist, she is signed under Lantis. Originally a child actress, she appeared in many commercials, dramas, NHK Educational TV shows, and stage productions.

Daisuke Namikawa

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Other Casts: Robbie Daymond, Asami Tano, Kenji Hamada


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