The American magazine "Time" has announced "100 Next Generations" that are expected to lead the world in various fields, and Koyoharu Gotouge, the author of the popular manga "Kimetsu no Yaiba" from Japan. Was selected.

From 2019, Time magazine will independently select people who are expected to be active in various fields, mainly young people, such as people who are engaged in social activities and artists, as "100 people of the next generation". Is announced.

The "100 Next Generation" announced on the 17th includes Koyoharu Gotouge, the creator of the popular manga "Kimetsu no Yaiba", which has become a social phenomenon with a cumulative circulation of over 100 million. Haru-san was selected.

About Mr. Gotouge Time magazine pointed out that the box office revenue of the original animated film was the highest in the history of movies screened in Japan, and praised it as "achieving something like a dream". ..

In addition, he introduces the editor's words about Mr. Gotouge's personality, "Seriously, honestly, and with a strong sense of responsibility like the boy who is the main character."

In addition to this year's "100 Next Generations," Sanna Marin, who became Prime Minister of Finland at the age of 34 in 2019, and a central figure in anti-government demonstrations calling for reform of the Thai royal system, are human rights groups. Attorney Anon Nampar and others were selected.