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Steve Rogers with a criminal undertone is Marvel’s upcoming popular Korean superhero.

Despite being the Korean counterpart of Captain America, the Tiger Division’s commander was a criminal for a very long time before becoming a superhero.

Though Steve Rogers’ Captain America was a national icon, Marvel’s new Korean Captain America had a completely different past. In both comics and the MCU, Steve rarely swears, drinks, or loses his cool; he is known for being a kind person in addition to being a superhero. However, Tiger Division #2 reveals that Tae-Won, the group’s leader, was everything from ideal and committed crimes before becoming a hero.

Although Steve Rogers lacks Superman’s superhuman abilities, he most definitely possesses an infallible moral compass. Nearly every superhero on the globe looks at Captain America for inspiration during difficult times, and even when he rebelled against the government during the Civil War, people stood by his side. Frank Castle is not merely a fan of Captain America; he is first and foremost a follower, to the point where he steadfastly refused to fight back against Rogers during the Civil War. Even antiheroes, like the Punisher, will follow Captain America.

Marvel’s upcoming popular Korean superhero.

The Tiger Division, Korea’s new superhero Avengers-style team, battles robots in Tiger Division #2, written by Emily Kim with illustrations by Creees Lee, before their captain, Tae-Won, understands that the attack is related to his past. The story goes back to the immediate aftermath of the Korean War when a young Tae-Won unexpectedly roamed the streets as a young offender. Sadly, as a result, he is compelled to leave home when his sister discovers the truth about his deeds.

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In some ways, it is simple to comprehend how Tae-Won ended up as a young street robber with his gang. Korea was in danger in the 1950s and 1960s, and the North Korean government was a constant menace. It should be noted that the Captain America books had a brief rebranding as Captain America: Commie Smasher! while Tae-Won was growing up.

A shocking development is revealed at the issue’s conclusion: Tae-former Won’s companion and friend from their time as criminals is still alive and appears to be responsible for the robot attack. This is similar to what happened in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, where Steve Rogers learned Bucky Barnes wasn’t a real opponent after all, but rather a brainwashed one. Both Captain America and the leader of the Tiger Division are courageous captains of their squads while having certain distinctions, particularly in terms of how they both experienced childhood.

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Despite being the Korean counterpart of Captain America, the Tiger Division’s commander was a criminal for a very long time before becoming a superhero.

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