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Mujik Park
Boichi - Lucca Comics & Games 2014.JPG
Boichi at Lucca Comics & Games 2014
Born (1973-01-29) January 29, 1973 (age 44)
Seoul, South Korea
Residence Japan
Nationality South Korean
Other names Boichi
Occupation Manhwa artist
Known for Sun-Ken Rock
Awards Gran Guinigi 2011 - Best Short Story

Boichi is a pen-name used by Mujik Park, a South Korean manhwa artist living in Japan.


Intended to be a manhwa artist from his childhood days, majored in physics in college as preparation to draw science fiction works, and also to learn the technology of performance and imaging, went on to graduate school to major in image technology.

In 1993, while still enrolled, debuted in a Korean shoujo manhwa magazine. Since then, he gained popularity releasing a number of works and publishing books on how to draw manhwa targeting a wide range of reader.

In 2004 he stepped into the world of Japanese manga. His “Ultimate Space Emperor Caesar”, serialized in Monthly “Comic Gum”, was his first tankōbon in Japan.

In 2005, 9 out of Boichi’s 11 hentai one-shot serialised in Comic Aun were reunited under the volume titled “Lover in Winter”.

In 2006, he released two science fiction one-shot, “Hotel” and “Present” which, in 2008, were compiled in a volume titled Hotel along the other one-shots “It was all for the tuna”, “Stephanos” and “Diadem”.

2006 is the year of Boichi’s first serialized manga: “Sun Ken Rock” in the bi-weekly magazine Young King. This manga will also have a side-story based on Yumin in 2011 and one based on Pickaxe in 2012. 2012 will also see the serialisation of “I want to feed Yumin”, another spin-off of Sun Ken Rock based on Yumin and serialised in “Monthly Young King”.

Boichi also worked on a 5 volume long manga titled Raqiya and written by Masao Yajima where he was in charge of the art and published in 2009. He also only did the art of the Brutality one-shot by Takeda Yuusuke in 2007.

In later 2011, he started the serialization of another manga titled “H.E the hunt for energy” in a new monthly magazine: Jump X. In this year, he won the Gran Guinigi prize for “It was all for the Tuna”.

To express his sentiment towards Vietnam and apologize for Korea’s action during the war, Sun Ken Rock volume 2′s royalties were donated to the humanitarian organization “Child of Viet Nam”. He asked Korean manga artists to contribute towards drawing a support page for Japan in regards to 2011′s big earthquake, and giving the royalties from the proceeding to the Red Cross. He also donated the money he planned to use to buy a new car towards helping tsunami victims.

Japanese Works[edit]

  • Lovers In Winter
  • No means No
  • Personal lesson full of love
  • Brutality (artwork)
  • Raqiya (artwork) [1]
  • Hotel
  • Present
  • It was all for the tuna
  • Stephanos
  • Diadem[2]
  • Space Chef Caisar
  • Sun-Ken Rock (サンケンロック?)[3]
  • Sun-Ken Rock Gaiden – Yumin
  • Sun-Ken Rock Gaiden – Pickaxe
  • I want to feed Yumin
  • Eques (script only)
  • H · E The Hunt for Energy
  • Trigun: The Lost Plant
  • Wallman
  • The Space Between
  • Anti-magma
  • Terra Formars Gaiden: Asimov
  • Origin
  • Dr. Stone (artwork)

Korean Works[edit]

  • T.R.Y (Take off Rush Youth)
  • Feeling
  • TOON
  • The constitution of Korea first amendment
  • Param in the sky and the stars
  • Black & White
  • Metatron Diablo
  • Hocus matsogeum
  • Do not believe the movie
  • Hotel: since A.D. 2079


  • Gran Guinigi 2011 - Best Short Story for It was all for the Tuna, in "Hotel" (Panini Comics)[4]

External sources[edit]


  1. ^ "Human Crossing's Masao Yajima Starts Rakia Manga". Anime News Network. November 6, 2008. Retrieved August 25, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Mandala 02 World Manga to Ship in Japan on March 21". Anime News Network. March 18, 2008. Retrieved August 25, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Japanese Comic Ranking, January 10-16". Anime News Network. January 19, 2011. Retrieved August 25, 2011. 
  4. ^ "I Vincitori 2011 - Lucca Comics & Games 2011". Retrieved 2016-07-23.