A reincarnated leader becomes possessed in this new novel.
- Book Intro
Yu Chun-ha, the deputy leader of the Chunma Faith, is a reincarnated individual. With memories of his past life still intact, he has adjusted to the new life given to him and works to maintain order within the Chunma religion. However, an internal uprising in the faith challenges his limitations. Yu finds himself on the brink of death, and prays for more time. Just then, he hears the voices of the world in his ear. After uttering a message to the traitors of the faith, he is surrounded in life and transcends dimensions. Yu is admitted to Deungchun Corridor, which is introduced in the original story, where he discovers the characters described in the original. Towards the end of the first week of the new semester, Yu feels a peculiar sensation while still adjusting to this new life of his. While walking alone at night, he comes across Lee Harin, who has just come from battle. The evil Karound, who had called for a terrorist attack on the city of Deungchun in an effort to infiltrate the Corridor, manages to slip inside and face off with Lee Harin and Ariel. Lee Harin and Ariel, who had been dueling each other, fight against the Evil One, but their skills are no match. Ariel, who was the lesser experienced of the two, becomes unconscious. Lee Harin, who had witnessed this unfold, feels an overpowering sense of guilt and fights to protect Ariel. While thinking back over the incidents with Yu Chunha, Lee understands what to do. Lee wields a sword to protect the others, but is injured at the hands of the Tachunja. In the face of death, Lee glimpses the face of Yu before losing consciousness. Yu struggles against the Evil One using the knowledge he gained while on the Path of the Pilgrim. In an instant, he succeeds in destroying the Evil One. As a result, Yu and the fighters’ names become renowned all over the world, and they are revered by all students. Yu gives a gift of candies to Lee Harin, who was hospitalized after the attack. This gift, which was given in response to the chocolates Lee had given Yu earlier, represents the feelings that Yu has for Lee. Yu’s thoughtful gesture encourages Lee to also slow down a little and take in more of the beautiful things in life.
- About the Author
Rather than writing stories that have a few interesting chapters, this author opts to write engaging stories that have a satisfying, memorable conclusion. The author aims to create rich narratives with multiple well-developed characters instead of focusing on a single protatgonist, giving as much weight to each characters’ internal processes and development as to the development of the narrative arc itself, the author hopes to provide rich, detailed stories.