The original webtoon “Taxi Driver” was an R-rated webtoon created by Carlos and Keukeu Jae Jin that was serialized on Naver Webtoon between 2014 and 2017. The episodes of the webtoon, like the drama version, revolve around a taxi company named “Rainbow Taxi.”
Rainbow Taxi appears normal on the surface, but they offer a special service called “Revenge Call.” They exact revenge on behalf of their client in the manner requested by the client. That is the true reason Rainbow Company exists.
Taxi Driver Webtoon Characters
The protagonist of “Taxi Driver” is Kim Do-Gi, a 28-year-old taxi driver. He is a person with a quiet demeanor and a scar on his right cheek. He is skilled at fighting and is frequently assigned to dangerous missions.
Kim Go-Eun, a 22-year-old, is in charge of taxi reservations. To avenge her sister’s murder, she takes a leave of absence from school and begins working for Rainbow Taxi.
Senior Staff Park, 63, is an all-around worker at Rainbow Taxi. In the company, he does a variety of tasks such as vehicle maintenance, meal preparation, and medical service.
Park is the one who convinced Kim Go-Eun, who couldn’t forgive the murderer of his younger sister, to join the Rainbow Taxi.
Madam Chae, a female taxi driver, and CD, a male driver, are two other members of the team.
Taxi Driver Webtoon Synopsis
The Rainbow Taxi team takes requests from people who have been hurt by terrible crimes and gets revenge for them. A military senior who abused a junior, a man who uploaded sex tapes of his girlfriend, and a politician who ran a prostitute business involving teenagers are among their targets.
While the team completes the mission successfully, there is a side story. Kim Do-Ki was looking for a criminal who murdered his mother, and the murderer turned out to be a Rainbow Taxi member. When Kim Do-Ki discovers the truth, he quits his taxi driver job and vows vengeance.
However, Kim Do-Ki’s vengeance fails miserably. The Rainbow Taxi Company building is set on fire at the end of the story, and only Kim Go-Eun survives. Kim Go-Eun is sentenced to five years in prison for arson, despite the fact that she did not start the fire.