Midnight Poppy Land is a Romance Webtoon Original created by Lilydusk; it updates every Saturday.
After making a grisly discovery in the countryside, a small town book editor’s life gets entangled with a young Mafia lord and his intimidating bodyguard...even as every step she takes draws her deeper into the dangerous underworld of the city.
The sweet and gentle book editor assistant for Goldfish Publishing. She has a great fondness for sweet junk food. She is very shy and self-conscious at times. Caught her boyfriend cheating when going back to her hometown (she spent a week getting over him.). As a result, she took back her scooter she gave him and rode it until she fell, finding a 'chocolate' shoe. Unknowingly to her, that was where she was seen by Tora.
The cool, dangerous, yet lazy Mafia/ bodyguard of Balthuman's (Mafia leader) son Quincey. He is rather aloof, untalkative, and cold, as described by Poppy at one point as a " wild horse." He is known as the right hand of Balthuman as well as The "legendary Tiger of Ares Street." He's after the notebook that Poppy unknowingly has in her purse. He is popular with women, but seems to have no interest in them, but when he meets poopy he feels that poppy understands him no matter the appearance.
The son of the head of the Balthuman Clan, Quincy is seen as very non-mafia like. He is the complete opposite of his father, gentle and kind. He tends to get sick often to the point that he had his doctor moved to an apartment close to him. He can't seem to handle blood and other things of the like he also has a thing for males.
A member of a gang called Nine Daggers. Has notebooks that others want to get their hands on, but are hidden. Has disappeared and whereabouts are unknown. Slept with Balthuman's missus, and as a result, was beat up by Tora. However, he called for Tora to help before he went missing.
The leader of a Mafia Organization, and can be ruthless. Raised and trained Tora, which resulted in him being 'messed up, even beyond clan standards'. He has the tendency to address others as 'son'.