The Netflix series “Tomorrow” concluded with Choi Jun-Woong (Rowoon) waking up from a coma and finally getting a job. Did he go back to his normal life after his journey as a grim reaper in the webtoon? Surprisingly, he is still working with Goo Ryeon and Lim Ryung-Goo to keep people from committing suicide, and he has not returned to his life.
“Tomorrow” began serialization on Naver Webtoon in May 2017, and the first season concluded in February 2021. The “Wind Flower” episode, which reveals Goo Ryeon’s past, was the final episode of the first season. Llama, the creator, discussed how she began writing “Tomorrow” after the first season ended. The second season of the webtoon began serialization in May 2021, and the risk management team is still busy helping people as of June 2022.
“Adult,” the most recent episode, follows a working mother who was a victim of domestic violence as a child. Choi Jun-Woong aids the victim and her family, and his friend Ryu Cho-Hui from the “Circus” episode also assists his project.
Ryu Cho-Hui visits the hospital in the same episode to see the real Choi Jun-Woong, who is still in a coma. She meets Choi Jun-Woong’s family in the hospital, and the family misunderstands that she is Choi Jun-Woong’s girlfriend.
Choi Jun-Woong questions Ryu Cho-Hui about what happened in the hospital, and Ryu Cho-Hui tells him she’ll tell him when he wakes up from his coma. “I have no idea when I will wake up from the coma,” Choi Jun-Woong tells her. This indicates that the story of Choi Jun-Woong’s journey as a grim reaper continues, and the end of the webtoon “Tomorrow” is still far away.