I kinda sorta qualify I guess xD I'm cross posting between tapas and webtoons but otherwise meet all of the criteria (and my webtoons traffic is so much less than tapas it might as well not count lmao)
My Tapas stats are as follows:
Duration: 5 weeks (every sunday starting on Oct. 7th, with a separate cover image the day before on the 6th, and some bonus illustrations updated on Halloween)
Views: uh... the stat bars on my dashboard say 706 for October and 324 for November, so 1030. But my series page itself only cites 855. not sure what the discrepancy there is lol My first few uploads were generating ~100 views per week but the most recent ones were closer to 200.
Likes: 45. Average ~7 per upload
Subs: 18. Of these 1 is a friend from irl who followed me, roughly half of the rest are creators that I knew ahead of time either from discord or just posting around the forums and the other half are people I either didn't know at all or not very well beforehand.
Comments: 50, ~ 6 or 7 per upload. Most of my comments come from the same 3 or 4 subs, typically.
Tips: 2 people so far, very surprised but also very happy ^^
A quick run down of my webtoons mirror is:
Duration: 4 weeks, started 1 week after tapas, but got the updates synched up the following week, and now I post the same content on both sites simultaneously.
Views: 226 (lol)
Subs: 6 (no clue about this break down since you can't see subs there...)
Likes: 5, ~1 per episode
Comments: Varies, but ~2 per episode (one of which being my reply)
Overall not been super thrilled with my traffic on that site relatively. I seem to get 1/4 or less the views as I do here xD;; and advertise both roughly the same (on places that only allow 1 link, such as instagram bio, I put my tapas link but also mention webtoons. This may have something to do with it, but I don't think that's the whole story. More likely that my single page traditional format isn't popular there, nor is the typical fantasy manga-esque genre, my art and writing both have a long ways to go, etc.)