480 Chapters (Completed)
In a past life, Cha Jin-Hyeok reigned as the Sword King of Korea. He lived for the adrenaline of conquering perilous Dungeons and vanquishing deadly monsters. Yet, when the curse of the Empress of Hell flung him back in time, he vowed to turn over a new leaf. No longer consumed by an insatiable hunger for power, he dreamt of a simple life—owning a building in Yeonhui-dong and cherishing time with his family. To make that dream a reality, he chose the life of a Streamer, a role far safer than his previous incarnation as a top-ranked Swordsman.
Streaming his adventures, Jin-Hyeok guided his party through monster-infested labyrinths and formidable Dungeons. Along the way, he encountered friends and adversaries from his previous life. Though he aimed to keep a low profile, the old habits of a one-time Sword King proved difficult to shake off.
This isn’t your typical regression tale. Instead, it chronicles the struggle of a man who was once Korea’s mightiest Player as he attempts, and occasionally fails, to embrace mediocrity. Seamlessly interweaving modern social media culture, it captures the intimate dynamic between Streamers and their audiences. The story is very fast-paced and filled with action-packed battle scenes. If you love ominous Dungeons, self-contemplation, and internet memes, this novel is just for you!