I had been abroad to do medical volunteer work, when I was swept up in a civil war. I was killed by a rebel soldier, while taking a bullet for a patient. But when I finally woke up, I had become a child?!? And in front of me stood a destroyed carriage and a group of oddly dressed people, who were unconscious! As I hurry to perform first aid in an attempt to save even one person, I realize that this world is that of [The Supreme Demon King], a Murim novel I’ve enjoyed reading...
Most of the time with action type of manhwas, the main character goes back in time or to the future. But this manhwa had a presrnt day person goes into a novel. Overall I like it, but when I went to pick it up again. I was bored of it, maybe one day I will pick it up again.
The realistic Mc who has current knowledge of medicin is transported to a new world after dying... we get it but then he actually acts like a good character and feels very "alive" even if he is fictional. Though I realiuthat most male isekais I've read are about medical stuff it might just be me. anyway though one thing bother me and it's about how he's so hard on himself even when he saved so many. They do say he's weird but that doesn't justify his actions. the adults of this show are just a little too trusting letting him do operations and not asking further where he came from I'd be very much more weary about him If a random guy pops up with ridiculous solutions to different problems. maybe it's just me... don't take my words to heart after all I'm just giving my opinion and I'm a little harsh about it sometimes.
In a fun mix of cliche isekai-into-a-novel, murim, and 'modern doctor knowledge' elements, Doctor's Rebirth is the story of a doctor from modern times with full meta-knowledge of the world he found himself in after death- a novel he'd just finished reading and had enjoyed. Pretty much everything is promptly handed to him on a platter as he is the luckiest 'kid' alive, makes deals with the main character, saves important people and gets them in his debt, and promptly becomes the apprentice of the most powerful doctor in the novel. I can't say it's overly original or that there's any draw to it other than enjoyment of the cliches mentioned above, but if you like said cliches, this is the place for them. I like it, myself, but I'm biased as a lover of any isekai that isn't overtly awful.
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