Just an example (Cheese in the Trap, Ep. 0 - Prologue)...
There is also an app called Webtoons which caters to English speakers. Some of the comics on there are created by non-Korean artists. Does this revoke the comic's manhwa title? You decide.
These webtoons have really enlightened me to the vast potential of comics. There are some webtoons that have music, animation, and sound effects, to give an example. It's incredible and before webtoons, I've never thought of these effects being used for comics. Supplemental effects can greatly enhance the experience of reading these stories.
I'm really glad I discovered webtoons. They brightened my day when I was tired from studying all the time and opened my eyes to the immense potential for the future of comics. I can see how advanced Korea has gotten with comics and I'm so excited to see manhwa evolving and paving their own way in the comics world. I've been sold on manhwa webtoons and never going back.