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Kija (キジャ?)is the current Hakuryuu (White Dragon in english), one of the four Dragon Warriors and he possesses the blood of the white dragon deity. His power lies within his right arm. After Yoon, he is the second person and first dragon to join Yona and Hak on their journey.

Born and raised in a village deeply hidden in the woods in which carries the bloodline of the White Dragon; Kija was the protector and tribe leader. Ever since he was born his village taught him to serve and be completely obedient to the next reincarnation of King Hiryuu forever who is said to be his master. However, Kija grew up being isolated from the outside world and was treated like a God to his people. Once Yona arrives in his village and is confirmed as the red dragon king, Kija happily joins her on the quest to search for the other dragon warriors. At first Kija didn't get along with Hak due to their clash of different personalities and the fact that Kija believed that only dragon warriors are suppose to protect Yona. As time went on he and Hak developed a mutual respect for each other and friendship.


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Kija is a young man with fair skin and blue eyes, he's tall. His silver hair hangs further than his neck with a portion of the back being much longer and falling past shoulders; he has a long fringe which hangs mostly over the right side of his face. Yona, Kija's grandmother, and Jae-Ha have all described him as being very handsome, and Kija has attracted the eyes of many females as his group passes from town to town on their journey.[9] For attire, Kija wears a long white robe with blue patterned hemlines and cuffs over plain white pants. This is held together with a dark blue sash and accompanied by a light cape. Over the top of this, Kija dons another white and blue cloak with a high collar. On his feet are a pair of simple brown slacks. Kija apparently owns many copies of this outfit.[10]

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Kija also possesses four long scars in the middle of his back, which where inflicted on him by the previous Hakuryuu, his father. Despite the look of the scars, Kija is not shy about having people see them; rather, he wears the scars openly as a sign of the passion the dragon deities have for wanting to serve their master.[11]Most noticeably, Kija's right hand takes the form of a dragon's claw covered in white scales, due to the dragon's blood within his body. At will, Kija can alter the size of his hand, keeping it normal in proportion to his left hand or growing it to be the same size as his body.[12] To hide his hand from view, Kija often has it wrapped in bandages. However, at times he has showed his dragon hand uncovered. For instance, while in a sauna, he does not hide his hand from others who are coming to use the sauna, as opposed to Jae-Ha who chooses to submerge his dragon leg in water to prevent others from seeing it.


Kija has a very headstrong, straightforward and polite personality, mostly due to the way in which he was raised. As he has always known about the legend of the dragon deities and his place within it, he cherishes the power he possesses, the other dragon warriors and Yona, who he perceives to be the return of King Hiryuu; he also strongly believes that those who are the dragon deities should fulfil their duties no matter what.[13] Due to this, he can become quite annoyed by others who do not hold the same reverence as he does, and often scolds the members of his group (particularly the dragon warriors) for being immature or disrespecting their positions - this has been stated by Jae-Ha to be one of his less-likable traits.[14] After meeting Zeno, the fourth dragon warrior, he chastises him for neglecting to train his body, though after Jae-Ha points out that Zeno also has his own life to live, Kija expresses the overwhelming emotions inside of him due to the four dragons being united again. He is a very dedicated and loyal person.

Kija blushes upon being praised

His desire to impress and always work to the best of his ability can also cause Kija to become quite competitive[15], and he is shown to easily become flustered or jealous when somebody else outshines him or pleases others before him.[16][17] This envy runs particularly strong with Hak, as Kija originally believes that someone not of the dragon deities should not have the honourable position of constantly being by Yona's side, and becomes upset over the idea that someone without his powers could be of more use than he is.[18] Kija's constant want to be helpful makes him incredibly loyal though, and he is always prepared to fight whenever necessary or follow orders without a moments hesitation.[19] He also likes being praised (particularly by Yona) and can become quite embarrassed blushing openly or turning his face to hide his happy reaction.[20]

Kija upset over eating "bugs" (seafood)

As he was raised being revered and pampered within the Hakuryuu village, Kija can be quite naive about real world matters, and is used to a more indulgent lifestyle. He appreciates being clean, well-fed and well-rested, and is quite put out at times by the odd meals and rugged sleeping places that the group often find themselves eating and being in.[21][22] He also has an immense fear/hatred for bugs, to the extent that he will forgo sleep and refuse to enter places if he knows or believes that insects are about.[23] He is not past openly complaining about these types of situations, much to the annoyance of some of his friends.[24] Such use to a pampered lifestyle where he was always looked after also makes Kija quite gullible, and he is often seen falling for practical jokes or sarcasm, particularly if Hak is involved.[25] Jae-Ha also sees him as being very pure in nature for this reason.[26]

Despite his inexperience, Kija has been shown to put on a brave face in times of doubt, and will always give his all to protect those he loves.[27] Kija is very protective of the ones he considers family; at times of need, when the ones he cares about are in danger, his "serious persona" assumes his body, which makes him rather frightful. He is also willing to use his power to protect those people. During his journey with the others Kija has learned to let go the dragon warrior ideal and learned to accept those outside of it. Although Kija is considered very attractive and even he himself knows this he doesn't really care about his looks. Also when it comes to interacting with the opposite sex Kija gets very shy and nervous around women and doesn't like brothels. This is all due to the fact that in his village his grandmother would pressure him into getting married and that the women in the village harassed him at times.

Furthermore, Kija has been shown to be perceptive at times. When Shin-ah was possessed by the spirit of his ancestor, Kija was the first to notice that something was amiss, and the first to suspect that Shin-ah was behaving strangely. He deduced that from the fact that Shin-ah appeared to have forgotten about Ao, his close friend. Additionally, while staying at the Hiryuu Castle with his friends, he came up with a plan to undermine Soo-Won by first inviting a large crowd to watch him "practise" with the soldiers at the castle. However, he refused to attack using his Dragon's Claw and when questioned why, announced to the public that the Four Dragons follow only King Hiryuu, or in this case Yona, thus solidifying and pledging their loyalty to the Princess while subverting the King.

When he found out that Zeno was the original Ouryuu that served King Hiryuu, he said that it was always his dream to meet them, but now that one of them is standing in front of him, he had no idea what to say or how to react to it. He then proceeds realizing how blessed was him unlike the rest of the dragons. Zeno then laughed and said that he reminds him of the Original Hakuryuu. As both of them holds some similarities and are reckless like a wild boar.  


Kija awakens knowing his father will die

Right after Kija was born, his own father, the previous Hakuryuu, went into a jealous rage over the idea of his powers being taken from him by a successor. In his anger, he slashed at the infant Kija with his dragon's claw, severely wounding him and leaving him with four long scars on his back. Due to this, the village elder (Kija's grandmother) forbid Kija and his father from meeting unless they were under supervision.[28] As Kija's father grew weaker due to his dragon power being past to his son, Kija grew stronger. One day he awoke with a gut feeling that his father's life force had drained completely, and that he would die that day. He begged his grandmother to let him visit, though she declined the idea. Despite her warning to stay away, Kija sneaked into his father's room to check on him, and was shocked to see the state he was in. He accidentally made a sound and his father, thinking him to be the village elder, pointed out that his right hand had become that of a normal human: his dragon claw had completely vanished.[29]

Kija sees his father one last time

In pointing out the loss of his dragon power, he hoped that the village people would let him touch his son one more time because he had no way of or reason for harming the child. Seeing his father's wish to interact with him moved Kija to tears, and he sadly flung himself at his father and hugged him. Even though he wanted to say many things, Kija couldn't find the words to, and his father died shortly after realising that his son had come to see him.

When they later buried him, Kija's grandmother asked him to overlook what had happened between them, though Kija noted that there was nothing his father needed to be forgiven for.[30] From then on, he viewed the scars on his back as a symbol of the white dragons' passion to serve a master.[31]

After his parents' deaths, the village chief raised him herself. Kija was loved by everyone close to him and spent most of his life sheltered within the isolated Hakuryuu village, where the townsfolk looked up to him as a deity and protected him at all costs by preventing outsiders from entering the town, and Kija from leaving it.[32][33] As he grew into adulthood they attempted to find him a partner, though Kija always turned the women away, often slightly frightened by their intensity.[34][35] All the while, Kija struggled to come to terms with the idea that he and his powers may not be needed in his era, and that he could live and die without ever having to use his dragon abilities as he believed he should.[36]


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Dragon's Claw: Kija holds the power of the dragon within his right hand, which becomes the white dragon's claw when he uses it. At rest, his hand is of normal size, albeit scaled and with long nails;[37] however, if he so chooses, Kija can grow his hand to an exceptional proportion and utilize it in battle.[38] At most, his hand has been seen to grow to the size of his entire body.[39]

  • Immense Strength: The claw of the white dragon is stated by Kija to have ten times the strength of a normal man, and Kija has proven this by lifting extremely heavy loads that others are incapable of.[40][41] Such strength also means that Kija can easily slice through solid objects with a wave of his hand, and he is often seen using his claw as a weapon instead of traditional blades.

Kija using his ability to sense the other dragon deities

Aside from in battle, Kija sometimes chooses to use his claw in the place of tools, digging[42] and even scaling the sides of buildings[43] with the help of his sharp nails. Kija regards his dragon's claw as being sacred, refusing to "tarnish" it in any way and scolding those who make fun of it or those who act with insolence towards it.[44][45]

Dragon Sense: As one of the four dragon deities, Kija has the ability to sense the presence of the other three dragons, and can discern their location and their identity (i.e, which dragon they are) even whilst being in a different part of the country.[46][47] Despite his efficiency in this area, Kija has been seen to become motion sick if the target he is trying to locate moves around too much in a close proximity.[48]

Divine Protection: Kija is blessed with the divine protection of his predecessors because of his willingness to accept all of their souls prior to the beginning of the series. This power is quite strong, and there are no known spirits able to possess him as a result, as opposed to Sinha who was possessed by a Seiryuu dragon warrior from ancient time.



Kija has immense respect for Yona, and will not refer to her as anything other than "Hime-sama"-- Translated to "Princess". He wants to protect Yona and is very mindful of his position as a dragon warrior and Yona's position as his master and always speaks to her with the utmost respect. Because of this, Kija has a strong insistence that everyone treats and views Yona as such and will not hesitate to retaliate against those who have ill intentions towards his master. It is hinted early on that Kija holds romantic feelings towards Yona, as he's seen frequently blushing from her praise and she seems to be the only person he actually enjoys receiving compliments about his beauty from. He appears to be somewhat clueless of his feelings for her, sometimes asking Yoon why his chest hurts when he sees Yona and Hak together. Despite these feelings, however, he seems supportive of her growing feelings for Hak and pointedly tries not to disturb them when they are together.

Yona, in turn sees Kija as a part of her family--along with the rest of the group. She disregards their master-servant relationship almost immediately after meeting, and asks him what his name is so that she can call him by it.


Kija disliked the fact that Hak called him "White Snake" and argued with him frequently when he first joined the group. Even though Kija and Hak didn't get along, they did both work with each other to protect Yona and genuinely found each other's fighting skill admirable. While fighting against bandits, Kija is shocked that Hak was able to fight as well and as effortlessly as he did while still injured, wondering if he was some kind of monster. Though he's never admitted it, Kija thinks that Hak may even be able to overcome the force of the White Dragon.

Later, he begins to genuinely see Hak as his friend and seems to consider "White Snake" a nickname rather than an insult, no longer getting offended when Hak addresses him by it. Kija, along with Jae-Ha, also held Hak back from attacking Soo-Won in chapter 91 and defended him when threatened by Judo later. Despite his own feelings, he seems to support the growing romance between Hak and Yona and has actively avoided interrupting them when they are together. Hak, in turn, seems to greatly trust him and admits to himself that he's incredibly grateful for Kija and the other members of the Happy Hungry bunch--though Hak still refuses to call Kija "big brother", as he suggests in chapter 114.


To Kija, Yoon is a friend who helps Yona and the group find other dragons. Due to his tendency to go all out in battle, Kija heavily relies on Yoon to tend to his frequent battle injuries. As the manga goes on, Kija admits that him and the other dragons see Yoon as a little brother, though he was originally going to say "mother". Due to his naivety, Kija relies on Yoon quite heavily for most matters. At the start of the series, Yoon is appalled at Kija's lack of experience of the real world and fear of bugs, relegating him to stand at the "back of the line". However, the two are very close and share a deep bond, with Kija willing to jump in to save Yoon and vice versa.


Kija looking after Shin-Ah

As with all of the dragon deities, Kija and Sinha have a very close bond, almost like that of brothers. In fact, upon first meeting Sinha properly, Kija asked Sinha to look up to him as an older brother, and promised that he would teach Sinha all about the dragon legend and their role in it.[49] Kija sees Sinha as a kind and hard-working person, and seems to respect him for his abilities and effort.[50][51]

When Sinha first used his dragon eyes against an enemy and was paralyzed as a result, Kija stayed by his side, offering comfort and telling Sinha that he, as a fellow dragon, would be happy to help him train in any way; he also went out of his way to wash Sinha's clothes and lend him his own so that he would be comfortable, and tried to stop him from moving about before he was fully healed.[52][53] When Sinha later collapsed during their travels after becoming badly ill, Kija was the first to rush to his side, despite being in very poor health himself,[54] demonstrating a strong caring for him.


Upon first encountering each other, Jae-Ha praised Kija's appearance saying that Kija himself was just as attractive as he is. However, soon after that Kija and Jae-Ha's beliefs clashed in regards to their duty towards Yona. Kija is shocked when Jae-Ha calls him a puppet for blindly following Yona and declares he would rather not follow Hiryuu (Yona). Kija disagrees with Jae-Ha's desire to live free of the bonds of a master as he sees protecting Yona as the sacred duty of the Dragon warriors. Due to their disagreement they did not get along well initially, however after Jae-Ha joins the group they learn to coexist both personally, and in battle. However, that all changed when Jae-Ha learned about the origin of Kija's back scars, and that Kija's father was the Hakuryuu too who gave him that scar when he was first born. this revelation made Jae-Ha greatly regrets his initial words and grows to respect him for his dedication to the dragon brotherhood. As time went on Jae-Ha came to consider him, along with the rest of the group, as his younger sibling and grew protective of him to the point that Jae-Ha will risk his own life for him. For example, in the Xing Kingdom arc, Jae-Ha even jumps between Kija and Yotaka when the former is being harshly beaten by the latter and nearly gets himself killed doing so. Jae-Ha also jumps in to save Kija from the Eyes of Shin-ah when Shin-ah is possessed by the spirit of his ancestor.

When comes to personality he and Jae-Ha are considered to be the polar opposite from one another especially when it involves dealing with the opposite gender. For example, Kija is innocent, pure and couldn't careless about how beautiful he looks or what others think of him as well is very uncomfortable with most women due to happened in his village with women fighting for his attention. Whereas Jae-Ha is consider the stereotypical womanizer who holds beauty in high regards and flirts with every female he sees and interacts with which includes Yona. Additionally he and Jae-Ha also has some romantic feelings for Yona despite her being in love with Hak, but both of them out of respect for her and Hak decides not to pursue the feelings that the have for her.

Additionally, when they go into battle at times Jae-Ha would bluntly tell Kija not to overexert himself because Jae-Ha believes that the more you use their power, the sooner the will die. However, Kija doesn't pay any attention to his logic because he's willing to die for their dragon warrior cause which is to protect and serve Yona who is the reincarnation of King Hiryuu.


Kija is shown to have a complicated relationship with Zeno. He originally accused Zeno of not caring for his body or honing his powers, and allowing them to fall to the wayside. That considered, he was still moved to tears when he thought about the fact that the four dragons were reunited for the first time in several millenia. He often gets angry with Zeno's childish personality, but cares for him like a brother. When Zeno's backstory is revealed, Kija becomes very mindful of his age and worries about his "old body". Kija laments that he seems to be the only dragon with a happy upbringing and tells Zeno that, if he were ever lonely, he would have always been welcome to come and stay in Hakuryuu village. It was also mentioned in the manga series that Zeno had in fact visited Kija as a child when he was bathing in the early morning.


Having been raised by her since the passing of his parents, Kija and his grandmother share a very close relationship. Kija's grandmother is constantly looking out for him (almost over-protectively), be it by stopping Kija from becoming ill or feeling downcast, to preventing outsiders who might use and abuse his power from ever approaching him. She also provides him with much needed mental support: Kija often doubted his role as a dragon deity due to his lack of a master, and his grandmother always made sure to remind him that he was still loved and needed by the people in his village.[55]

Kija's grandmother cries at their parting

Upon Kija's leaving with Yona, his grandmother grew frantic at the idea of not being by his side, going over the top in trying to provide him with proper provisions for travel. Kija worried that his leaving might cause his grandmother to become ill (as she would take full responsibility for the village) though she stated that she would work hard in his place and always look forward to his return, crying and saddened by the notion that she would not see him for some time.[56]

In contrast to this calm outlook on Kija's powers, his grandmother does seem to be quite desperate for ija to find himself a partner, becoming angered when he rejected women in the village and even going so far as to make a love potion that she planned to give to him.[57][58] This might have annoyed Kija due to his lack of interest in the subject, but his grandmother undertook such actions for his happiness.

She again looks after his well being too far. And, when he offhandedly states that his throat feels sore, a Hakuryuu Village member comes out to give Kija, Yona, and Shin-ah cough drops. These however, cause all three to become berserk. It is unknown what the real intent of the medicine was.


When Kija was born as the newest descendant of the Hakuryuu, his father, the previous one, attacked him out of anger and was banned by Kija's grandmother from ever seeing Kija again without supervision. Due to this, a rift was formed between Kija and his father, as their interactions were few and heavily controlled. Despite their separation though, Kija looked upon his father with slight admiration, as, despite his father's cruel actions, Kija realized that his father acted in such a way out of deep loyalty and and saw him as a determined person whom wanted to serve his master. Kija, also having similar feelings due to his dragon's blood, came to understand this passion and yearning; upon his father's untimely death, Kija noted that there was no bad blood between them.[59][60]


  • In Kija’s original design, he had two parallel scars on his forehead. He was still the same personality-wise though.[61]
  • Kija placed 6th in a favorite character vote conducted by Hana to Yume in December, 2014. He scored 678 votes in total.[62]
  • Due to the divine protection of his ancestors, he became the only known member of the group who's unable to be possessed.[citation needed]
  • In the anime, Kija's name is changed from Kija to Gija[63]
  • Kija is the only character who changes his clothes regularly. When he left his village, his grandmother made him bring extra changes. He is also the only one known other than Hak to let others wear his clothes. He also has many copies of the same outfit, as shown when he temporarily loans one of them to Shin-ah.[citation needed]
  • According to Kusanagi, Kija is the most masculine of the dragon warriors.[citation needed]
  • According to Jae-Ha, he considers Kija as attractive as he is.[citation needed]
  • It has been shown that Kija has a certain fear and rejection of marriage, This is shown when his grandmother mentions that he is old enough to look for a wife and yet he didn't do that while he was in his village. Also when they celebrated the victory against Kum-ji and a young lady asks him to marry her, to which he refuses crying.[citation needed]


  • (To Jae-Ha) "We are not just dragons who have inherited the bloodline! We will fulfill the desire the dragons of the past wanted to fulfill but could not!" [64]
  • (To Jae-Ha) "So long you feel the same way as I do, that alone is enough for me to have your back as we fight." [65]
  • (To Kouka soldiers) "Our master is the Crimson King . . . That is, Princess Yona and nobody else. That means if there isn't an order from Princess Yona, the power of the Four Dragons won't manifest itself. If you are to put our power to whatever use, bring the Princess here. Don't you dare think to steal King Hiryuu from us." [66]
  • (To Kouren) "I have already decided to live and die only for that person's [Yona] sake." [67]
  • (To The Dark Dragon and the Happy Hungry Bunch) "The four dragons... the four brothers of ancient times have finally been gathered. For the first time since the time of the legend...we have met for the first time in thousands of years. It has finally been fulfilled in our time!" [68]
  • (To possessed Shin-Ah) "But you must not be defeated! Giving up is the enemy! Do your best! You can do it! In times of trouble, roar at the sun!! Be one with the earth!! You don't have to be number one!! If you can be that one special person from the start ... You can --" [69]
  • (To Jae-Ha) "It makes me feel better, when you talk about such important things." [70]
  • (To Jae-Ha) "You're right. The four dragons do not live long. However, I am always prepared to give up my life for that person [Yona]. How long I live is not important." [71]


  1. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 16, Page 14
  2. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 17, Page 20
  3. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 43, Page 7
  4. Akatsuki no Yona Volume 17
  5. Kusanagi Mizuho's Twitter
  6. Kusagani Mizuho's Twitter
  7. Akatsuki no Yona Special Chapter 01, Page 8
  8. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 17, Page 24
  9. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 38, Page 14
  10. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 52, Page 2
  11. Akatsuki no Yona Extra Chapter 01, Pages 24-29
  12. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 53, Page 19
  13. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 29, Pages 26-28
  14. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 42, Page 26
  15. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 43, Page 4
  16. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 42, Page 23
  17. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 19, Page 23
  18. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 17, Pages 16-17
  19. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 40, Page 16
  20. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 19, Page 25-26
  21. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 19, Pages 2-4
  22. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 19, Page 8
  23. Akatsuki no Yona Extra Chapter 01, Pages 21-23
  24. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 99
  25. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 19, Page 9
  26. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 77, Page 8
  27. Akatsuki no Yona Extra Chapter 01, Pages 24-29
  28. Akatsuki no Yona Extra Chapter 01, Pages 24-29
  29. Akatsuki no Yona Special Chapter 01, Pages 1-4
  30. Akatsuki no Yona Special Chapter 01, Pages 5-9
  31. Akatsuki no Yona Extra Chapter 01, Pages 24-29
  32. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 16, Page 16
  33. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 15, Page 5
  34. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 16, Pages 18-19
  35. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 64, Page 14
  36. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 16, Page 17
  37. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 16, Page 14
  38. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 18, Pages 15-20
  39. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 53, Page 19
  40. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 18, Page 31
  41. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 33, Page 16
  42. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 23, Pages 22-23
  43. Akatsuki no Yona Special Chapter 01, Pages 2-3
  44. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 53, Page 21
  45. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 41, Page 7
  46. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 18, Page 9
  47. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 17, Pages 27-28
  48. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 26, Page 23
  49. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 25, Page 5
  50. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 25, Page 7
  51. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 26, Page 6
  52. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 52, Pages 2-4
  53. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 54, Page 22
  54. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 98
  55. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 16, Pages 15-18
  56. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 17, Pages 22-26
  57. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 16, Pages 18-19
  58. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 41, Page 32
  59. Akatsuki no Yona Extra Chapter 01, Pages 24-29
  60. Akatsuki no Yona Special Chapter 01, Pages 1-8
  61. Mizuho Kusanagi's blog, July 24th 2011
  62. Hana to Yume (花とゆめ), 2015/1 edition
  63. Akatsuki no Yona Episode 10
  64. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 29, Page 27
  65. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 35, Pages 26
  66. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 189, Page 20-21
  67. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 138, Page 23
  68. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 42
  69. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 106
  70. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 96
  71. Akatsuki no Yona Chapter 96


v eCharacters
The Dark Dragon and the Happy Hungry Bunch
Members YonaHakYoonKijaShin-AhAoJae-HaZeno
Kouka Kingdom
Royalty King HiryuuJoo-NamMeiYu-HonYong-HiEmperor IlKashiSoo-WonYonaYak-Shi
Generals Han Joo-DohKan Kyo-GaAn Joon-GiTae-WooLee Geun-TaeHak (former) • Kan Soo-Jin (former)
Others Kye-SookMin-SooIk-SooKaya
Sky Tribe YonaSoo-WonJoo-NamMeiYu-HonYong-HiEmperor IlKashiYak-ShiHyoo-Ri
Fire Tribe Kan Soo-JinKan Kyo-GaKan Tae-JunYoonHeuk-ChiKil-SungMi-RaeAro
Wind Tribe Son MundokHakTae-WooTae-YeonHan-DaeAyameSaki
Earth Tribe Lee Geun-TaeYun-HoChul-RangTaluguGi-GanYang Kum-JiPirates of AwaYu-Ri
Water Tribe An Joon-GiAn LiliTetoraAyuraHiyou
Originals King HiryuuGu-EnAbiShu-TenZeno
Current KijaShin-AhJae-HaZeno
Previous AoGarou
Miscellaneous Characters
Kai Empire Li HazaraKalgan
Tully Tribe Ying KuelboYoo-LanTitia
Sei Kingdom KushibiTuvaluTsubaru
Xing Kingdom KourenTaoVoldAlgiraMizariNeguroYotakaGobiNamsek