10 years ago, the monster horde from the rift formed from space and time started attacking the mankind. At the same time, people have started to awaken the power and began hunting the monsters for fame and money Lee SungHoon, in need of money because of his mother’s sickness, takes a dangerous job to help hunt those monsters four times a month by acting as a bait for the hunters But one day, he is heavily injured by a monster and remembers his past life as a sorcerer king ‘Huh? Did I just die?» ‘Wait, I was a Sorcerer King Kratraus in my previous life?’ With his past memories, SungHoon’s overpowered magic show begins...
Though on first, second, and even third glance, this seems like a blatant ripoff of Solo Leveling and other similar 'gate' types of manhua/manhwa and mangas, it is a unique story in and of itself. Like the summary states, the main character comes to realize they are reincarnated, and their past life as a sorcerer is what gives them their OP advantage in this story. Unlike many others, the main character in this story is not a loner and does have goals other than having the biggest **** in the world, to put it crassly. There are a lot of cliches, but it's still a decent read. That said, the first maybe... 20 chapters? Go very slow, and seem like a crappy rehash, so if you give up before you really get into it, you won't be happy with it at all. I'd stick with it at a minimum until chapter 40 to tell if you like it or not, though it just seems to get better from there in my opinion, so please give it a shot. Even the art gets better, after a while.
I understand why people are saying that it is similar to Solo Leveling and in many, it is. However, doing the research and given the additional knowledge that this was released BEFORE Solo Leveling. So I would like if some people were to check the resources before writing their comments on their opinion. It is a good story overall, and the main character is definitely smart and characters are likable. For people misunderstanding anything, I loved Solo Leveling and it will forever be one of my favourites. I loved this manhwa as well, and if you're looking for something similar to Solo Leveling, I recomend you check this out
Incredibly entertaining, much like Solo Leveling (Had to mention because comparison is obvious.). However, the characters in this are much more likeable, the MC is incredibly smart and experienced, and the corporations are incredibly smart as well. However, though this could just be the translator I'm reading this from, the currency and the stats are inconsistent throughout hte story. (At chapter 29 upon writing this.) Definitely worth the read.
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