Sunghoon Lee is nothing but a victim of a changing world, a powerless man in a land infested with beasts and magic. Monsters from another world invaded earth, and they brought with them a sickness that pushes Sunghoon’s mother into an endless sleep. To pay off her medical bills, he braved a dangerous job as bait used by powerful superhumans called Awakeners to hunt monsters. But when he found himself at death’s door, the image of his past life flashes through his mind. There, he found his truth: he is the reincarnation of the Sorcerer King!
Completely repetitive character expressions for every single character throughout the manhwa. It makes me cringe every time they use the 'have one eye closed' expression multiple times for every chapter. I usually keep complaints to a minimum when reading something new but i had to force myself to see if theres anything i might be too harsh on. Art is alright, story could be improved, put more work on making it more unique, ESPECIALLY the expressions. You gotta make the characters more likeable that way instead of being lazy with it.
Edited Review: Honestly, it's something to waste some time on if you're bored, but it's nothing outstanding and here's why: The author has no idea what they're doing. The first 20 chapters seem like every cliche 'gate' and 'hunter' manga/manhwa meshed into one, with terrible art to boot. Around chapter 40-ish the art starts to get a little better, though the characters can hardly ever seem to keep their both or even either of their eyes open. Plot-wise, things that were interesting start to be a little more interesting, and you get a hint of some bigger plot. Then it all goes downhill a bit later. They throw in random tropes, it starts feeling like a bad crossover, there's a lot I can't say without spoiling things but at a certain point the author is clearly just throwing in random things to slow down their overly overpowered main character from actually solving the plot, and giving him more issues to need to resolve. If this was an episodic serial, where every 'episode' was different, then maybe 'going on forever' wouldn't seem so contrived, but in this it certainly does. I made it to chapter 103 before I had to drop it but it wasn't because I was interested, I was just bored and it wasn't so bad that I couldn't push through in hopes it would get better. Then in that chapter, something happened, and now it IS that bad, lol. It's a mess.
From mage to karate with the typical funny chinese guy. Yeah, U might consider it a Solo Leveling rip off but after 'Enter the Dragon' premise it got just ridiculous. Like some soup ad. The story is such a mess that I had it really hard to understand what was going on in the first 20 chapters. There was once a sorcerer, he died and reincarnated, had no issues with earth, suddenly some rpg system occured and it says he has knowledge from another world, although being watched he just get skills based on his previous knowledge, although the rpg system is steril so it shouldn't be possible because the magic and mana consuption is strictly maintained by the system. What else made it really stupid was his behaviour - 'ooo just watch, this is my new skill!' or '-what have U done?; - Oh, didn't I tell U my new skill?'. Or his greedy mindset. I really don't like him. Curse contracts with death penalty if his friends don't have a 'friendly realtionship' with him? How petty can he be... hehehe srsly he is like all the pathetic overpowered antagonists we are happy about when they get defeated and get thrown in a s***thole :) From A to Z money money money. I think the Author should rework it or at least should have double check it before releasing. The Art is at the same level but edible. With some effort the artist will surely become better with time. To sum it up. It's around 150 chapters of action urban fantasy with some rpg elements. If U don't like it after 10 chapters than U shouldn't waste Ur time any further.
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