Webtoons is Webtoons. There isn't much more you can do about it than define it so people understand the nature of the site.
Like Tapas, it is a closed community at the top where the office folk decide what they like and promote. However, their CANVAS side does give budding artists a chance. Lots of people rise up in canvas, but man-many-many never ever ever get a chance. And it's kind of a shame, because sometimes excellent works slip through the cracks, but I'm not in their offices, so maybe they ignore some excellent comics, imo, to let them squander efforts.
Getting IN with the people running the site is difficult.
WEBTOONS has around 120,000 different comic titles in the canvas section!! Think about that. They only let people subscribe to 100 different titles. Chances of getting a large audience dwindle quickly.
You'll almost NEVER get noticed if you don't have a high quality of art. And if you are average, your only other chance of getting audience is to post-post-post-post entertaining stuff a LOT. That way you get a small exposure on the first page of canvas comics submitted, and one-by-one you'll get people subscribing. Hopefully, after a while, you get appreciated by people, linked, passed around, recommended, and eventually noticed by the people in charge.
If you are looking to make money over there, and you aren't getting featured, you have to create enough content to get creator credit and ad credits. Most people aren't up to making the effort to rise into that area. You need to progress, be fresh, keep people enthused, and find a good audience. THEN you can make money, but don't expect to be wealthy--you might make a mediocre income.
The creator credit program shows how many surfaced into the money-making world of Webtoons. There are maybe 300-400 comics making over $100/month. It's about 50 comics making over $800/month. Out of 120,000!!! So do the math: if you are making money of any sort over there, you are really really really lucky/gifted/blessed.
Web comics is a frustrating field. I recommend that if you don't have vision, and you don't have perseverance, your best option is to squarely consider yourself a hobbyist and not expect anything in return. That can be difficult for people that dream of success but don't put in the effort.