After training for 11 years to reach superhuman status, I gave up on my dream and returned to the family farm. But suddenly, Hawa appeared! She’s a powerful farming spirit who can make anything grow—even produce that enhances people’s powers. Now I’ve got my superhuman ID card, more spirits-friends, mouthwatering Grade A+ crops, and quests! Will Hawa and her friends lead us all to fame and fortune and change our lives forever?
Started out really well but from around chp70+ it started getting pretty bland, repetitive and really obviously drawn out. Granted, it's meant to be a lighthearted wholesome piece about farming and sticking away from mainstream popularity, but as you get into later chapters it tries taking more serious approaches and just overall seems like it delved away from the main plot points established from the start **SPOILER: i.e. when he becomes a major shareholder or when the ox comes in and the farm is run by itself**. Also, this text has a really extreme way of denying reader's gratification in order to extend it and put out more chapters. Like, I get the whole 'op mc has to pretend to be a random npc to make sure no one else finds out about their secrets' trope, but mc has his closes friends who has spent 50+ chapters forming relationships with, and even still won't even utter a word about his 'power'.
This manga is really refreshing. The plot is simple but interesting, the main character is endearing and the spirit will fill your cuteness meter to its max. If you want to read some soothing manga this one is the one your are searching for. Simple and effective.
This webtoon is very refreshing to say the least. From what I've seen so far, it's a slow-paced webtoon that focuses on farming rather that fighting. I recommend it as a webtoon that you want to read if you want to take a rest after reading a depressing Manga/Manhwa. Also Hawa is just too cute.
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