This story is centered around the man named Yi Ji-Hyuk, who has spent 1000 years in a Medieval Western fantasy-like world before returning back to the modern-day Earth. I have read six chapters only, but I must leave a review based on premise of the story. The Returner summary: This story is centered around the man named Yi Ji-Hyuk, who has spent 1000 years in a Medieval Western fantasy-like world before returning back to the modern-day Earth. There is not tag because the protagonist is... ****** Also, you must consider, that our protagonist, obeys OUR RULES, but not those of THAT WORLD, a way of thinking something strange, but maybe due to the Korean discipline system... That explains why he killed without blinking in that world, and in ours world he lets himself be arrested by the police. I totally get that his memories of Berafe were supposed to be like "grains of sand" but he was clearly capable of using the magic that he learned so it's not like he forgot everything. It's a comedy novel, stop trying to expect a serious MC or action-packed chapters.

It's hard to imagine that this is the same Bringer of Apocalypse who commanded an army of demons and devils in Berafe. I think the biggest problem with this novel is that the jokes take precedence over actual character consistency. Just for context, this is a situation where a portal has opened (in the middle of a city I would guess, though it's not stated) and werewolves are pouring out of the portal, and the MC is basically the only guy who can stop them without suffering any injuries, so him refusing to do this is essentially equivalent to telling the soldiers to get injured or killed. very good at the start, but the novel just drags on and on without pause. Status in Country of Origin. There was a possibility that he needed to know such information if he were to live in this world from now on. Then it wasn't. People keep saying that the MC has shitty personality and even I though the same but it was the whole point of the story... surprisingly interesting. Fine. It was a bit funny at first - a bit. Haha, this story is hilarious. Please use proper spacing and paragraphs. He's chaotic-neutral in the second edition D&D sense, acting mostly on his whims and driven almost entirely by self interest. At 28 chapters now and this novel is still way more comedy than action.

Also, other people in Berafe noticed this too, as the dragon said: [The incarnation of immortality, just because you are unable to die, this does not mean we won’t be able to stop you. Well, as a small spoiler, our protagonist is not s*upid in that aspect, that he avoids romance is for "something"... You will have to read it to know what I mean. The thing is, Yi Ji-Hyuk himself lived like a true, bona-fide Demon King in that fantasy world, and the only reason(s) why he returned home is to find some peace and easy going life. Pick it up if you enjoy comedy. He isn't any kind of a knight (white or dark) and he couldn't care less about anything other than keeping his family safe and himself comfortable. This is our final warning. Well, not really. If your reading this review the returner may have supper long dialogues but for me those dialogues shows more of what are the personality of our characters it. There's a point at which a joke gets stale, and this novel has gone long past it. So, it's not that this guy doesn't care about anyone, he's just incredibly lazy and short-sighted. 1 Skeleton, and that novel had an ending so nonsense and anticlimactic that I want to scrub its existence from my brain. One entry per line. If six o’clock was designated as the time to leave, then six o’clock it shall be! He basically just has really strong regenerative powers but isn't powerful, so when he was initially transported into Berafe, monsters in the forest just ate him again and again, some of them even followed him around to keep eating him. This story is centered around the man named Yi Ji-Hyuk, who has spent 1000 years in a Medieval Western fantasy-like world before returning back to the modern-day Earth. I'd prefer it if 'Evolution Theory of the Hunter' or 'When I Came Back The World Was Still A Fantasy' got the translators time instead. He doesn't even set up any measures to protect his family (maybe some defensive magic or even just barricades would be better than nothing). He gained attention for his supporting roles in Gu Family Book and The Heirs, and then went on to star in lead roles in Emergency Couple, Pride and Prejudice, Tunnel, Devilish Charm, The Last Empress and Rugal.

This story is centered around the man named Yi Ji-Hyuk, who has spent 1000 years in a Medieval Western fantasy-like world before returning back to the modern-day Earth. So why didn't they just lock him up before he became that powerful? “Who cares even if it’s a war?! He can turn the most serious situation into a joke. The MC personality is funny enough to keep you go on reading this novel. And if he remembers things like magic then I find it hard to believe that the hardships he suffered did not mature him in any way whatsoever. At the beginning I found the story interesting, but nothing is being done with his "demon lord" identity except as an explanation for his power. The MC comes back to earth and is in "retired old man" phase for much of the beginning chapters. I never, never really feel disappointed on a webnovel, of course unless it's just too much, like anyone else I can also be disappointed. I still need to get off work on time!

Or if the author stopped trying to make the same joke 100 times to continually diminishing effects especially when the joke wasn't terribly funny to begin with. Simply the MC was the greatest disappointment I ever had, from badass funny carefree character to a prideless ret*rded enerving chicken. He continually trusts in the ability of the Korean military and the KSF, even after they've repeatedly failed to contain the monsters spilling out of gates which then go on to attack civilians. it's completely blue and orange. Author tries too hard to turn this into a comedy with his idiotic family. You better not try to lump me with sneaky unpaid overtime, you hear? Durante la primera ‘temporada’, Yi Ji-Hyuk era un ranker entre el número escaso de los jugadores coreanos locales, y aun así aquí estaba, siendo sometido bajo un bombardeo de abuso por los habitantes del fondo de Bronce 6. Harem Korean Novels with a Male Protagonist. And no, he’d definitely not accept the attempt by his so-called superiors to push overtime under the pretext of “finishing up the day’s work”!! When he returns, he finds that his home is facing monster threats, and that humans with superpowers have appeared to protect the innocent people of Earth.

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