Chaotic Good: Sun is a bit of a Type 4, especially when Judge is around to reign him in, but unlike most Chaotic Goods heís actually rather talented at leading, when he really tries, instead of lazing around; in fact, in volume seven he wakes up to find that the Holy Temple has been steadily falling apart when heís not around to boss everyone.
Neutral Good: Shockingly, given his rather disreputable history, Sun falls into this category quite often. Especially as seen in volume seven, when Sun manages to inspire hope in the entire city just by showing up, after a six month absence.
Old Woman:*in panic* Sun Knight, youíre not leaving?!?
Sun: *trying to calm her down* Everything will be fine, I promise.
Old Woman: *relaxes, and smiles* May the bright God bless you.
Selfish Good: Sun. He's constantly ranting about how being the Sun Knight doesn't let him do much of what he wants (like getting laid), but now and then, he shows deep care for his friends and comrades, and he sticks to his morals when it comes down to it.
An untranslated blog entry by the author reveal that Grisia(Sun's name before he became a holy knight) wanted to become the Sun Knight because he'd have comrades he could treat as a family. Also, hinted to be the reason Neo chose him over all the others.
Uncanny Valley: On first glance Pink looks like a cute little girl with a fondness for the color pink. On a closer look though, we notice that she looks a bit off, for example her skin is literally pink.
Viewer Gender Confusion: In the first volume of the manhua quite a few people commented on how the knights looked like teenage girls.
Ho Yay: The manhua depicts a bit between Judgement Knight and the Sun Knight in its first volume. Judgement gives sweets to Sun, and then uses his finger to get some crumbs next to Sun's lips. He tastes the crumbs thoughtlessly, which may be seen as an Indirect Kiss.