Top Ten Anime, Manga, and Movies of 2020

Jujutsu Kaisen

I’ve heard about Jujutsu Kaisen, but I thought it was just another demon manga/anime series. Considering my history with anime (Yu Yu Hakusho and Demon Slayer), I should have known not to prejudge based on tropes. Regardless, I Iove this series. It’s still in the middle but I like the world building, characters, and animation so far.

Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 1: Recap and Review


Tower of God

Manhwa (Korean comics) has become an important source for anime adaptation. Tower of God was my first exposure to the series by Lee Jong-hui. The story centers on Twenty-Fifth Bam. Trapped with his friend Rachel underneath the mysterious Tower, he follows her into the Tower. Bam encounters challenges on each floor of the Tower as he searches for Rachel. The first season is phenomenal, ending in a shocking cliffhanger.

Is Tower of God Good?


Deca-Dence

Deca-Dence is a series set in the distant future, insect-like creatures called Gadoll have forced humanity towards extinction. I had no expectation for this series, so it was a surprise when Deca-Dence turned out to be far more sophisticated. The series was full of twists and turns, while making a critique of capitalism. Its themes are topically for 2020, and it was one of the most original anime of the year.

Deca-Dence Episode 1: Recap and Review


Pokemon: Twilight Wings

One of the biggest surprises of this year was Pokemon: Twilight Wings. A seven episode limited animated series, set in the Galar Region, the short anime series follows the citizens of Galar. Despite the short length of the series and each episode, Pokemon: Twilight Wings was impactful. All seven focused on side characters expanding the Pokemon universe through the eyes of Galar citizens. Pokemon: Twilight Wings was an emotional series with great animation.

Pokemon: Twilight Wings, a short anime series based on Sword and Shield games


The God of High School

I was excited about The God of High School from the moment they announced it. I wasn’t disappointed. Like Tower of God, it based on the series created by Yongje Park. While the series doesn’t reinvent the wheel, there are enough surprises to keep you interested. The God of High School balances humor with high octane action.

‘The God of High School,’: An instant hit


Burn the Witch (Manga/Movie)

The most expected manga for me was Tite Kubo’s Burn the Witch. The series also released a movie of the same name. Both cover the same material, but I preferred the anime. We’re introduced to the principal characters, “Noel and Ninny, the world of Reverse London, and it all ends with a battle with an ancient dragon, Cinderella.” With the addition of music, sound effects, and explosions, Burn the Witch is a unique experience when animated.

Burn the Witch Episode 1–3: Recap and Review


Kimetsu no Yaiba : The Movie – Mugen Train

Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Movie–Mugen Train is the first film from the Demon Slayer series. A direct sequel from the anime series, the film retells the Mugen Train arc. Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke join the Flame Hashira, Kyojuro Rengoku in investigating disappearances on the Infinity Train. The movie centers on the themes of humanity and accepting death. Once again, Tanjiro emotional intelligence stands out.

Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Movie–Mugen Train Review


Made in Abyss: Dawn of the Deep

I can’t wait for the Made in Abyss series returns. In the meantime, Abyss has produced three movies. The first two were recap movies, with Dawn of the Deep telling the Ido Front Arc. Made in Abyss continues to flush out the harsh universe, as Nanachi, Reg, and Riko head down towards the center of the Abyss. Like the Demon Slayer movie, using a film to tell an arc is proving to be a wonderful decision.

Made in Abyss: Dawn of the Deep Soul, Recap and Review


Dorohedoro

Dorohedoro follows Kaiman, a man with a lizard head, as he tries to find the one magic user that cursed him. Kaiman also has amnesia, making his search even more difficult. Dorohedoro is an odd series with a strange world. Each character has unique designs and powers to match. Dorohedoro is a stylised violent series with a intriguing mystery at its center.

Dorohedoro Episode 1 Recap & Review


Haikyuu!! To the Top

I wasn’t into anime sports series until Yuri on Ice. I was so impressed with the series I wanted to give another popular sports anime a chance. Haikyuu!! To the Top is the fourth season of the volleyball anime. It separates Hinata and rival Kageyama as they develop apart. Hinata learns more about volleyball without playing and Kageyama sharpens his skills with Japans best. Once reunited, Hinata, Kageyama and the rest of Karasuno battle in the Spring Tournament.

Haikyuu!! Fourth Season, Episode 1: Recap and Review

The God of High School Episode 13: Recap and Review

Jin Mori in his Monkey King form in episode 13 of The God of High School
Jin Mori in his Monkey King form

Episode 13 – ‘God/God’

In the final episode of the first season of The God of High School, Jegal becomes a God. His only opposition is Jin Mori, Han Daewi, and Yu Mira. Jegal attacks Mira first, tossing her into Daewi. The two put up a valiant effort, but ultimately they fail. This episode was always going to be a showdown between Jin and Jegal. Angered by the attack on his friends, Daewi, Mira, Ilpyo, Seungah, and her sister, Jin erupts. He uses pressure points. However, it’s not enough. Jegal still has the use of his Charyeok and uses an energy spear to try to kill Jin. Daewi takes the hit, triggering Jin’s ascension to God’s status. I had always assumed that Jin would receive a Charyeok like everyone else. It turns out that he’s a God, the Monkey King. 

Journey to the West has inspired anime for decades, most notably the Dragon Ball series. Unlike most series, Jin is directly inspired by Sun Wukong. He makes use of the Nyoibo, changing the size and shape while swinging it with good effect. Jin dominates Jegal, delivering a devastating lighting strike. Jegal morphs into a grotesque monster, attacking Mira, Daewi, and Jin. Ilpyo joins them. Activating their Charyeok, Mira, Daewi, and Ilpyo join with Jin for a group assault. Jegal disappears, leaving a shard of the key behind. Our trio gets their wish. Jin wishes to restore the physical bodies of the fighters. The rest of the episode sets up the next season. Jin, Daewi, and Mira will head to Seiten Taisei’s homeland to get his memories back. 

What will Jin face next?

Ilpyo is the guardian of the key and must travel the world to collect all the pieces. Finally, Jin’s “grandfather” is still trapped by the Nox. The episode ends with him wishing Jin luck against the Gods, fate, and himself. It’s unclear what that means, but I think that Jin’s grandfather will become the final villain. The God of High School joins Tower of God as a manwha adapted series that made an impact this year. The God of High School did have its issues. To many of the details have been left out of this season. Why are “the Six” so powerful and who are they? Why was the United States involved? How does the Charyeok system work? There were also pacing issues. Many episodes had too much going on at once, which made it confusing. Regardless, The God of High School was a good anime series, and I look forward to the next season. 

The God of High School Episode 12: Recap and Review

The God of High School Episode 12: Recap and Review

Jegal Taek rises to God status in the God of High School episode 12.
Jegal Taek rises to God status

Episode 12 – Fox/God

Sang Mandeok summons a God to destroy the world. Park Mujin calls off the God of High School tournament. Fearing that things are getting out of hand, the US government fires nuclear weapons towards Seoul. It’s an act that disregards the innocent lives that will be lost. Jegal Taek and Park Ilpyo continue their fight, Jegal consumes Ilpyo releasing the key. With the appearance of the most sought after “key,” things devolve into chaos. The Six, the servants of God, and Jin Mori all scramble for the key. Jin ends up the victor. Park Mujin teleports all the “children” to a safe place. Ilpyo gives Jin the “key,” telling him to protect it from Jegal. 

Jegal arrives at the location Park Mujin teleported Jin and the others. He asks for the location of the key, but Daewi and Mira refuse to help him. He decides to kill them. Daewi and Mira activate their respective Charyeok. Off-screen, Jegal defeats Mira and Daewi. Jin and Jegal fight. Meanwhile, Jeon Jaesan of The Six teleports all the citizens of Seoul away from danger. Seeking revenge for his grandson, Jeon uses his “alchemy” to destroy the nuclear weapons, changing them into a statue. He also summons what looks like a meteor, causing an explosion. Jin and the others are teleported back to Seoul where they see the dead God. Taek gets the key from Jin and consumes it. He then is reborn, growing from an infant, then sprouts angel wings, and finally ascends to a godly form.

The God of High School leave a lot out

Jegal Taek gets some backstory in episode 12 of The God of High School. Taek is purchased by a rich old man, although it’s not clear if they are related. Raised with the binary view of “winners and losers.” It’s been unclear exactly how the key can be used which is confusing. Park Ilpyo was supposed to be the key, instead, he possessed the key. The God of High School has failed to give the audience important information. Who are the Six? What are their powers? Who is Sang Mandeok, the Nox, and why do they worship this God? Another issue is the constant jumping back between fights can be distracting. Sometimes it works, as it did in episode 10, but it’s the biggest issue this series has. Overall, I love The God of High School but trying to cram too many chapters into 13 episodes was a bad idea. 

The God of High School Episode 11: Recap and Review

The God of High School Episode 11: Recap and Review

Park Ilpyo using his Nine-Tails Charyeok in episode 11 of The God of High School
Park Ilpyo using his Nine-Tails Charyeok

The God of High School episode 11 opens by telling the story of the Nine-Tails. The fox spirit lived in heaven during ancient times, attaining power after a thousand years of training. The Nine-Tails became the guarding of God, however, his power eventually caused God to fear him. So God orders the fox’s execution. Outraged, the Nine-Tails used its power to destroy half of heaven, then retreated to Earth, vowing to seek vengeance. Ilpyo and Jin continue their fight. With his new powers, Ilpyo has become swift and powerful. He beings to overwhelm Jin but seem to be in pain from the transformation. 

During the bout, Jin realizes that Charyeok isn’t about “borrowing someone else’s power,” as you’re still fighting with your “mind and body.” Ilpyo conjurers multiple fire foxes and attacks. Jin appears to summon his Charyeok, a thunder wielding God of some sort. It’s not clear who it is or whether it’s a Charyeok. Regardless, Jin defeats Ilpyo with a whirlwind. The God of High School continues to surprise or does it? I didn’t expect Park Ilpyo to become the “Key” (although this episode suggests that he may not be), but once his Nine-Tail Charyeok was revealed, I thought he would win the fight. 

Elsewhere, Park Mujin assumes that Mandeok is still planning something. This “something” is Jeon Jugok. He becomes a demonic like being that consumes others increasing his powers. Ilpyo attacks Jeon, hoping to save, Seungah and Ryu Hyeonbok. Jegal interferes, claiming that he will not allow Jeon to take his “prey (Ilpyo).” In the process of defeating Jeon, Jegal costs Seungah her leg and Ryu his arm. Ilpyo is horrified and becomes enraged. He releases his Charyeok and knocks Jegal out of the window. Meanwhile, Park Mujin declares “The God of High School is over.”

The God of High School Episode 10: Recap and Review

The God of High School Episode 10: Recap and Review

image of Ilpyo is the "Key"
Ilpyo is the “Key”

Episode 10 – Oath/Meaning

The God of High School episode 10 reveals who the “key” is. If you’re like me then you assumed who that person was likely to be and would have been wrong. Park Mujin and the Nox organization have been seeking this key for most of the series. The key is supposed to have the “power to challenge God,” so Park wants to use it and Nox wants to destroy it. Most of us assumed that Jin Mori, the main protagonist, was the key because of his power and our general assumptions about the main characters. For the key to be someone else was a surprise but a pleasant one. Park Ilpyo is the “key,” a noble fighter that was inspired by Mori’s grandfather. We discover that Ilpyo wants to use his wish to heal his cousin that was left paralyzed by Jegal. 

In flashbacks, we see that Jin’s grandfather, Jin Taejin, told Ilpyo to teach Mori a couple of things. He does just that when he and Jin fight in the semifinals. He starts off taunting Jin, critiquing his fighting style, and besting him in close combat. Mori overcomes each of these limits by using the techniques of Mira and Daewi. Just when you think that Jin is going to get the comeback victory (in most series he would), it’s his apparent defeat that triggers his ascension to the Key. The God of High School is turning out to be more than I expected. The animation in the episode, specifically during the fight between Jin and Ilpyo was well done. You could see all the movements and they didn’t feel rushed. 

How will Ilpyo handle being hunted

While all this was happening when saw battles between Nox’s Sang Mandoek and Park Mujin, saw the skills of The Six member Seo Hallyang (accompanied by music), and witness “God” fall through a gate in the sky. All this was visually stunning while being action-packed. The drumming from Hallyang’s Taiko drum corp added to the atmosphere. A thorough explanation of the powers in this series is still desired but The God of High School certainly features creative abilities. I often criticize this series for being too fast-paced but The God of High School episode 10, proved that they could balance many things at once. Making Ilpyo the Key was an unexpected outcome, I wonder how he will fare now that he’s become everyone’s target. 

The God of High School Episode 9: Recap and Review


The God of High School Episode 9: Recap and Review

It’s a trap

Mori rushes to find his grandfather. The tournament has reached the quarterfinal stage. However, with Daewi suspended and Mori missing, they’re in trouble. Judge P tells Mira and Daewi that the match will begin in five minutes and if Mori doesn’t show, they forfeit. Mira opens against Lee Marin, a dark-skinned bald guy that fights in a thong. Elsewhere, Mori reaches the abandoned warehouse, where he locates his grandfather. Meanwhile, Mira struggles to land direct hits on Marin, due to the later being covered in tanning oil. Marin attempts to suplex Mira, but she stops him by striking him in the stomach. Suddenly, Marin’s teammate tosses him Mira’s sword. He and Mira clash, with Marin breaking her sword.

He reveals the sword’s “true power.” It’s a metal sword, that resembles a yin and yang symbol where the sword and hilt meet. Marin calls it the “National Treasure, Fengxian,” and its a “weapon of the gods.” Mira manages to get the sword from Marin, but it teleports back to him as he is the “owner.” Mori tries to wake his grandfather, however, it turns out that his “grandpa” was a fake, and it blows up. A mysterious man apologizes for “killing” Mori. He merely wanted to stop the “key from awakening.” Unfortunately, for him, Mori gets up. Marin stabs Mira through the stomach. Meanwhile, Daewi battles against one of the South Gyeongsang team members. She’s a weird fighter that wears an outfit similar to the one Bruce Lee wore in Game of Death

Mira gets her Charyeok in episode 9 of the God of High School
Mira gets her Charyeok

Mira gets her Charyeok

Their fight is cut short when Jegal Taek interferes. While fighting, Mori learns that the real Jeju team was killed by the Nox. Mori stands up and applies several pressure points that stop him from feeling pain. Meanwhile, Mira is up against it but she refuses to lose. Before Marin hits her with a finishing blow, she hears the voice of the great hero, Lu Bu Fengxian. Determined to get stronger he lends her his power, becoming a Charyeok. Marin responds with his own Charyeok, Kraken. Mira evades the attacks from Kraken, countering with Fang Tian Hua Ji. She wins, then collapses as Mori catches her. With Mori in attendance, he and Nah begins their battle. Mori quickly dominates, then he attacks with his move Blue Dragon Kick. However, it’s not enough, so he uses another original move Twin Blue Dragon Kick. 

In my last review, I was concern that Mira was being left behind. I glad that I was wrong and she was the first to get her Charyeok. Lu Bu Fengxian is not only well matched to her abilities, it’s cool as well. With Mori using his techniques, now Daewi is the one that’s left behind. Seeing as he’s was the one the most wanted a Charyeok I fully expect him to receive one. The one issue I’m having with this series is I don’t know what’s going on or at least I don’t feel like I do. The tournament itself doesn’t feel like it matters much. The God of High School fails to center it and I’m losing interests (not in the show) but in won wins this tournament. 

The God of High School Episode 8: Recap and Review

The God of High School Episode 7: Recap and Review

Judge Q and his charyeok, Joker
Judge Q and his charyeok, Joker

The National Tournament Begins

The National High School Tournament begins with Group A. Our trio, team Seoul, faces off against the team from North Chungcheong. The team format is simple, each team will fight one on one, with the first team to reach two wins moving on. Jin fights first against Nah. However, when he tries his new pressure points to strengthing his attacks he paralyzes himself. He’s defeated by Nah. It’s an unexpected and funny moment. The God of High School is making it clear that we can’t assume Jin will win every match. Elsewhere, the assassin from Nox, Drake McDonald is gloating about killing the Judge Q. However, his arm is severed by Q’s charyeok Joker. 

Meanwhile, Daewi fights the 38-year-old high schooler, Jin Pumgwang. He dominates Daewi with powerful attacks he mastered doing psychical labor. We get the backstory of the Chungcheong team. If there is a weakness in this series, it’s the pace and the flat characters. I’m not moved by any of these backstories. Anyway, Pumgwang possesses a charyeok named Thor’s hammer. However, Daewi destroys it with his Blue Azure Dragon. The hammer vanishes and Pumgwang faints, handing Daewi the win. Meanwhile, Judge Q and Drake fight with the former using a scythe. Q cuts off the other arm, however, Drake’s charyeok a caterpillar regenerates him. Judge Q isn’t concerned and attacks. However, he’s interrupted before he can make the death blow.

Judge Q faces Priest Exly and Priest Saturn

The two intruders are called Priest Exly and Priest Saturn. Impatient, Q attacks with a deck of cards. Priest Exly develops wings and carries Priest Saturn to the air. Saturn then calls several hands from a shadow in the ground. Manifesting his scythe, Q begins cutting them, however, he eventually gets bound. Exly releases a sword and comes in for the final attack. However, he’s rescued by Judge O, though he doesn’t seem to need it. Elsewhere, the battle between Mira and Jang Jangmi. Both are armed with wooden swords. Jangmi releases that Mira is a superior sword user, she releases her charyeok. We switch back to the fight between Judge O and Saturn. Armed with a gun-shaped like a cross, that shoots pink lasers from pink teddy bears. 

Judge O reveals his charyeok is a dragon. The episode jumps between fights too quickly. After Q gains an advantage over Exly, we are swiftly returned to the fight between Mira and Jang. Using her light sword charyeok Jang prepares to win, but Mira uses Moon Light Sword Style No. 23: Wind Willow and shatters Jang’s sword, knocking her out. Team Seoul wins. We shift back to the battle between the Judges and Priest. The Judges seem to get the upper hand forcing Priest Exly and Saturn to flee. Still present Drake’s head explodes. Park believes there’s a mole in their organization since the Administrator’s addresses are secret. He’s informed that Jin Taejin has gone missing. 

The brutal Jegal Taek

Meanwhile, the second match begins. Jegal Taek and Jeon Jugok face off. Jegal Taek brutalizes Jeon with his Megalodon charyeok that crushes the later leaving a pool of blood. Both Jeon teammate and Daewi interfere in the beatdown. There’s so much going on in this episode, maybe too much. The shorter season may have put pressure on the series to cram a lot into each episode. There were at least 5 separate fights in this episode. This leads to an episode that’s paced too quickly. Don’t get me wrong I enjoy the action but it would have been better in two separate episodes. I hope we get some kind of explanation on charyeok because I would like to learn about them. Another small criticism, there are too many characters name Jin. I don’t know if it’s intentional or a problem with translation but I found it confusing. 

The God of High School Episode 6: Recap and Review


The God of High School Episode 6: Recap and Review

The first few episodes of God of High School focused on action-packed fights between combatants at prelims in Korea. With each regional tournament over, a few weeks remaining before the main event, Park decided to alter the rules to allow more “tiger cubs.” This works at two levels within the story, Park gets to see more of the fighters to find the “key” and our trio gets to fight together. Park decided to allow the top three finishers to represent their respective regions in the new team competition. Jin, Han, and Mira represent the Seoul team. 

Episode 6, fear/SIX, explains the God of High School universe, introducing new characters and upping the stakes. The Nox organization enter the picture, assassinating two members of the God of High School org. Meanwhile, Park Mu-Jin’s calls for the elite group of fighters The Six. We also get a glimpse of the power that Jin’s grandfather possesses, as he defeats several men from Nox. The most interesting aspect of this episode was the reveal that Shim Bong-Sa (the ref) was blinded by the Moon Light Sword. It felt like he would become Mira’s master, but he is quickly killed off-camera by a Nox assassin. 

If God of High School wanted to make us feel sorry for Shim they needed to give us more time with him. Introducing him, showing us glimpses of his family (child and wife) felt shallow. Regardless, the episode was meant to set up the rest of the season. In this regard, it was mostly successful. I’m interested in the powers of The Six, the two new fighters, and what the trio will learn. However, I fear that the remainder of this season might feel rushed, potentially shortchanging the series. Hopefully, I’m wrong.

The God of High School Episode 5: Recap and Review


The God of High School Episode 5: Recap and Review

Mori and Daewi clash

In my last post, I incorrectly assumed that Daewi’s friend died in the last episode. He’s alive, just barely. Daewi goal has always been to earn enough money to help his best friend. Woo Seungtae has an incurable disease. Woo and Daewi became friends after constantly fighting, Daewi doesn’t remember why they began fighting. Episode 5 of The God of High School, “ronde/hound” the clash between Mori and Daewi take center stage. First, Mori faces Byeon Jaehee the Brazilian Jiu-jitsu user. Unsurprisingly, Mori defeats him easily. If I have an issue with The God of High School it’s the fact that too many of the fights aren’t interesting. 

Despite Daewi’s brutal beating of Mira, she doesn’t seem to hold any grudges. It doesn’t hurt that all her injuries are will be healed, but she acknowledges that they simply don’t know much about Daewi. 

Daewi verses Mori

The fight between Mori and Daewi starts as an all-out brawl. The battle is more evenly matched than I expected. Mori flashbacks to the aftermath of Daewi’s battle with Mira, and vows to make him pay. Mori attacks Daewi with his Triple Kick. After knocking him down, Mori reaches his hand out to Daewi. However, Daewi contends that he never considered Mira or Mori to be friends. Elsewhere, Woo dies. Daewi unleashes a barrage of attacks on Mori while remembering the deal he struck with the administrator. First, he must overwhelmingly win the semifinals, then the finals. 

Park Mu-Bong wants to see what Mori has to offer and is manipulating Daewi to this end. However, when Park tells him that Woo died he appears to lose his desire to fight. Park hopes to find out “who he truly is” by telling him. Suddenly, Mira interrupts the fight to give Daewi a letter from Woo. The contents of the letter renew Daewi’s spirit. After a spirited and visually stunning battle, Mori wins with his Blue Dragon Kick. A shadowy figure calls the tournament “boring.” Considering that Seoul was one of many tournaments I wonder if we’ll get to see the others. 

The fight between Daewi and Mori was as expected. However, the art style shifts dramatically towards the end. The thin ink outline was specifically confusing. It was difficult to distinguish from Daewi and Mori. This was the only problem in an otherwise entertaining episode. 

The God of High School Episode 4: Recap and Review

The God of High School Episode 4: Recap and Review

Mira gets engaged

Well, this episode of the God of High School turned dark. The fourth episode titled “marriage/bonds” decentralizes the tournament. Instead, it focuses primarily on Mira and later Daewi. While walking home Mira is approached by Oh Seong-jin. A successful businessman and martial artist as her to marry him out of nowhere. Even more shocking is that Mira agrees. Seong-jin instantly comes across as suspect. This episode does very little to convince us that he’s sincere. Mira revealed early that her goal is to bring Moon Light Sword to prominence. Feeling responsible for ensuring that Moon Light Sword has a future she sees marriage as being the only way to accomplish that. 

Daewi feels too outside to intervene. However, Mori doesn’t care. He believes that she’s making a mistake and aims to stop her. Furthermore, he thinks correctly that Seong-jin is tricking Mira. At the alter, we get a flashback of Seong-jin with the mysterious cult. It’s revealed that they want the “holy sword that can rule God himself,” and the “hand that can draw out that power.” This is the reason he wants to marry Mira. Elsewhere, Mori and Daewi encounter Seong-jin’s bodyguards. Daewi mostly does the work and intercepts Seong-jin’s attack. Mira remembers how she’s struggled with the burden her father left her. 

Seong-jin escapes and Daewi crushes Mira

She remembers that he told her that “your technique will make your life play out as you wish.” Finally coming to her senses she tells Seong-jin that she can’t go through with it. He instantly flips out revealing his samurai Charyeok. He attacks Mira with it, cutting her across the abdomen. She seems unharmed and defeats Seong-jin with her Moonlight Style No.6. Despite this defeat, he escapes with the moonlight sword. However, Mira believes she no longer needs it. The last 5 minutes pivot dramatically to Daewi. He watches as his friend dies. This dramatically changes his stoic personality to a more brutal one. 

First, he beats up the bullies from the store after they mock his friendship. Then he continues his brutality against Mira shocking everyone including Mori. The fight is quick, with Daewi hitting Mira in the wound she sustained earlier. As she bleeds, Daewi continues to pummel her. The ref finally intervenes as Mira lies in a pool of blood. He walks past Mori and says “see you in the finals.” Mira is likely to be fine considering the healing of nanomachines, at least physically. However, I don’t know how she going to take Daewi’s violent assault. Mori seems to have taken it personally. Daewi’s mental state is understandable his behavior regarding Mira is not. Despite this, I don’t think Mori will be willing to hurt him. 

The God of High School, Episode 2: Recap and Review