An era where hunters thrive on hunting monsters that come from Gates. Jin Tae-Kyung is a low-rank hunter who picks up a VR machine, and accidentally logs into the game, which is set in the world of Martial Arts. After many ups and downs, Tae-Kyung is able to escape this world. The strength and skills, which he received in the Murim were able to be carried over back to the real world. This allows him to continue making a living as a hunter... but he decides to return back to the world of Murim, out of care for his NPC friends.
Someone said “what if there was a story where everything was normal except one day a mysterious Gate appeared and monsters poured into our world so some people awakened with powers to defeat those monsters” and “what if there was a story where the main character got trapped in a life or death virtual reality videogame” and “what if the main character, who was stronger than normal humans but weaker than other enhanced humans had some crazy stuff happen to him so he got super powerful” with a little “what if there was a story where a weakling in Chinese Murim had cheats and got stronger than everyone around him” and then ultimately ignored the fact that all of those stories existed already and combined them into one big mess. That said, the mess is pretty well done, so if all those already-done stories are things you like, you might like this one quite a bit as well. I, personally, am fine with clichés as long as they’re written entertainingly enough, though there are some things I find a bit over-the-top.
it's an interesting mix between Solo leveling and a cultivation manhua and it makes it unique. The mc is a clueless bastard to an extent that is more human like than any other mc in those two types of manhua. Clearly worth my time reading this, make yourself your own opinion but I thinkit is really good.
A very enjoyable read. MC is hardworking with street smarts. I like how he usually riles his enemies with his mouth and then beats them up with his skills. Not all the fights are the kind where he wins and there are chapters where he literally gets beaten within an inch of his life in training. Honestly love it. I do wish there was more of IRL progression compared to Murim progression but considering MC is still developing, it will come in future. I look forward to how it goes on.
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