We Never Learn is taking a weekly break. We Never Learn Chapter 168 will be released on Sunday, August 2, 2020. Most of the manga isn’t going to publish it’s upcoming chapter this month. Let us dig deeper about We Never Learn in this article.
Have a look at this trailer:
Recap of We Never Learn Chapter 167
Fumino is in love with Nariyuki. She told about it to Uruka because she was her friend. Fumino will fight for her love no matter what! Fumino starts to open up to Nariyuki. Rizu and Uruka had romantic feeling for Nariyuki. Fumino had something different for Nariyuki then just attraction.
Fumino and Nariyuki kissed each other once after the school drama festival. At first, Nariyuki was shy in front of Fumino. But Fumino couldn’t stop expressing her feelings to him. But after Fumino opened up to Nariyuki, he also told him how much he loved her.
In the end, they were embracing each other. It was exquisite. Let’s see what comes next in We Never Learn Chapter 168.
About We Never Learn
We Never Learn is a Shonen manga by Taishi Tsutsui. We Never Learn is also referred as Bokuben. There are a total of 15 independent volumes published in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.
Nariyuki has five different ending with five girls. He is a tutor to three of them. Fumino is one of his student. The characters along with Nariyuki and Fumino are:
Yoshiaki Iwasaki directed anime TV series based on manga. Including digital copies, this manga has sold over 2 million copies.
Taishi Tsutsui is a writer and illustrator of the manga We Never Learn. Moreover, manga got an anime series adaption by Arvo animation and studio Silver. The storyline revolves around the high school boy named Nariyuki and five girls. These girls had a romantic relationship with Nariyuki but, all at different times. This manga had published till chapter 167 till now. However, We Never Learn Chapter 168 got delayed and will be released on August 2, 2020.
Have a look at this tweet:
From this week’s author comments: We Never Learn mangaka, Taishi Tsutsui says the series will continue, but just a “little” more. pic.twitter.com/heiK3boAdF
— Weekly Shonen Jump (@WSJ_manga) March 5, 2020