When the war between the aboveground and underground ended, humanity was joined by so-called "dungeon babies," those gifted with supernatural abilities and an obsession with the labyrinths below ground. Despite being a dungeon baby, Kim Jinwoo suppressed his instincts, choosing to live an ordinary life as a guide and caring for his family. But when an expedition goes wrong and he somehow ends up becoming the new owner of a labyrinth, he discovers that he cannot ignore his instincts forever...
the story seemed average, but okay in starting. But later on, there are many plot holes. It seems author just had some half baked ideas.
Honestly I've been bored out of my mind lately since I haven't been able to find anything to read, but I'm soo glad I found this. It's probably one of the best manhwas ive read in a couple of months. Story is great, art is extremely amazing considering the low chapter count, and I love the character and world building. Overall this is a great read and I can't wait for more chapters.
It's basically a dungeon delving type of manga but with many different aspect to it. Such as modern aspect of life, dungeon management, and even some horror aspect in it. The story is laid out comprehensively making us understand the progression, but thanks to where its going, im certain it will take sometime for people to realize its a hidden gem.(im talking about the art) The art is interesting, im certain who ever drawn it is someone who loves the novel even though i have not read the novel, you can feel how hard the person worked making the artstyle complements and convey the story. It doesnt overshadow its progression and even subtly shows reactions of each character causing them to be much more vibrant in emotion without realizing it. I gotta say its one of the good ones, and can reach the top tier of unique artstyle. Characters have dept, there are some who lack it, but I'm certain its temporary. The story just progresses well without a doubt.
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