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Mizuho Kusanagi’s Yona Of The Dawn Gets Musical Adaptation

Yona Of The Dawn musical adaptation

Mizuho Kusanagi’s shojo manga Yona Of The Dawn will be getting a musical adaptation. An official website and Twitter account, which were launched as a part of the adaptation, unveiled a visual on March 19, 2024, to commemorate the announcement.

Yona Of The Dawn musical adaptation

The musical adaptation will adapt the “Four Dragon Arc” from the first volume of the manga, and will be performed at Theater H in Tokyo from July 2024.

Tsuneyasu Motoyoshi will serve as the director, with Aoto Tani in charge of the scripts. Masato Kamata will be in charge of music composition, while Shinji Rachi will do the choreography.

Further details, including cast information, will be revealed at a later date.

Yona Of The Dawn is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Mizuho Kusanagi. It has been serialized in Hakusensha’s shojo manga magazine Hana to Yume since August 2009, with its chapters collected in forty-three tankōbon volumes as of February 2024.

A 24-episode anime television series adaptation produced by Pierrot aired between October 2014 and March 2015.

MyAnimeList describes the plot of Yona Of The Dawn as:

Once upon a time, the kingdom of Kouka was ruled by a red dragon in human form. By his side, four warriors imbued with dragon blood helped him lead the kingdom to prosperity. Time passed, and this tale became a legend to tell children.

As the sole princess of Kouka, Yona lives a life of lavish ease. In love with her cousin, Su-won, and protected by her bodyguard, Son Hak, she wants for nothing and remains sheltered from the harrowing reality outside the castle walls. Contrary to this peaceful illusion, Kouka is about to undergo a political upheaval. After her beloved Su-won stages a bloody coup and murders her father, Yona is forced to flee with only Hak by her side.

Though surrounded by enemies on all sides, the banished princess still yearns to save her kingdom. Her solution comes from an exiled priest, who tells her that her only hope is to find the four legendary dragon warriors. Guided by this seemingly fictitious myth, Yona sets out to find these warriors, determined to restore her kingdom.

Source: Comic Natalie, Twitter

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