In this next chapter of “The Bully In-Charge,” we’re diving right into the intense battle between Kwon Daegun and Bea Yeowool. These two are really going at it, and it’s causing quite a stir. Even Baek Suzy, who knows them both well, is finding it hard to pick a side.
Their fight revolves around Chunsim, who’s wisely decided to stay out of their way. But Yeowool has taken a dirty turn by using a net against Daegun. So, in the upcoming chapter, we’ll find out if Daegun can dodge Yeowool’s tricky net maneuver.
Release Date for Chapter 67:
If you’re eagerly waiting for Chapter 67 of “The Bully In-Charge,” you won’t have to wait too long. It’s set to release on Tuesday, October 3, 2023.
Chapter 66 Recap:
In Chapter 66, we got a glimpse of Chuseok, a festival celebrated during the mid-autumn harvest. There’s an interesting backstory involving a girl who ate two pills, ascended to a goddess realm, and took her pet rabbit to the moon. This explains the rabbit costume Chunsim wore and Baek Suzy’s traditional Korean costume in the previous chapter.
Daegun is now finally fighting opponents closer to his age, which is a relief since he’s been taking on teenagers despite being a 20-year-old with combat training. The new characters, the four guys, seem exceptional, possibly involved with drugs and part of a fighting ring. They’re closer in age to Daegun, being third-year students and likely around 18 years old in Korea.
As for the physical differences between Daegun and the first-year students, the story acknowledges it, so we shouldn’t question it too much.
Chapter 67 Speculation:
While we don’t have spoilers for Chapter 67 yet, we can anticipate some thrilling events. At the end of the previous chapter, Yeowool threw a net at Daegun to gain an advantage. However, we believe Daegun will find a way to evade the net and give Yeowool a run for his money. It’ll be interesting to see how Yeowool’s supporters react to his underhanded tactics.
So mark your calendars for October 3, 2023, and get ready for another action-packed chapter of “The Bully In-Charge.”