Chapter 1:The Main Character.

I felt my body stiffen.
My throat was parched.
My whole body was sore as if I had been beaten, and I had no energy.
My entire body was trembling as if I had a bad cold and a fever.

“Ugh… Why am I in so much pain…?”

Moaning, I woke up from my sleep and muttered in pain.

“Did I catch the flu or something? I should take some antipyretics… Huh?”

I forced my eyes open.
There is a saying that if you listen to doctors, you will live longer, but if you live like a doctor, you will die early.
Although it is considered a prestigious profession in the world, the reality is that it involves a lot of physical labor.

By the time I got older, there was no place on my body that didn’t hurt.

Jin Cheon-hee, a professor of general surgery at a university hospital, groaned as he woke up.

“Huh, huh…?”

He let out a bewildered groan as soon as he opened his eyes.

He saw a tree branch.
There was a blue sky, and the air touching his skin was quite warm.
It was a forest in late spring or early summer.

“… Was there such a forest near our camp? It would have been all desert, right?”

He frowned as he brought his hand to his forehead.
He was confused about his memories.
He couldn’t remember what he was doing before he regained consciousness.

‘Sabbatical year.’

He remembered going to Ohji for medical volunteer work.
He went along with his colleague who was quite enthusiastic about it.

“Did we move here recently? No… there couldn’t have been such a forest near the medical volunteer camp, right?”

The country he visited for service was in a situation where drought and civil war overlapped.
He had a hard time treating injured and sick children.

As he recalled his past one by one, his vision became clearer.

Although he still couldn’t remember what he did last night, he felt his mind becoming clearer.

“Don’t panic.”

As he took a deep breath, his body gradually regained strength.
The pain that had been pressing all over his body slowly subsided.
Then he turned his head to look around, but even though his strength had returned, he couldn’t move his legs.

“Ha…ha ha.
Is this a dream?”

The sunlight broke through the clouds and illuminated the surroundings.
He was still dazed.

Everything he could see around him were corpses.

His legs wouldn’t move as if they were frozen.
He gently pinched his cheek.

It hurt.

“This is not a dream….”

The pain on his cheek was vivid.
He was relieved as his legs began to respond ever so slightly.
Jin Cheon-hee finally had the leisure to look around.

“This is not a movie set… No, there’s no way this could be fake when the smell of blood is so strong.”

He was quite familiar with the smell of blood as a surgical knife holder.
However, his heart couldn’t stop beating.
The site he was standing in looked like a place where a war had taken place, no matter how he looked at it.

“Judging from their faces, postmortem rigidity hasn’t started yet.
It hasn’t been two hours since they died.
All the wounds are from sharp weapons… Why isn’t there a single gunshot wound?”

In addition, the clothes were strange.
It was a costume that he would see in a martial arts novel he used to read.

As he carefully examined the corpses, he suddenly realized that the pain he had been feeling in his body had disappeared.

“For now… this is not a dream but reality.
And I am…”

He looked down at his own hand.

“It’s small.
Is it a child’s hand?”

His shadow was also small.
It was like the body of a child around ten years old.

“If i’m dreaming of being a child in a martial arts world, I would understand that.”

Jin Cheon-hee bit his lip.
He was the one who started with nothing but his bare hands and crossed countless mayhem, being without parents as he was.
His strong mental strength had sustained him.

There were at least dozens of corpses around him.

Three carriages laid broken, and some people were severed in half with one blow.

“What kind of sword do you need to cut human bones and muscles in one stroke?”

He looked down at his blood-stained hand again.
It was a bracken hand.

“It’s like being caught up in a divorce lawsuit in a novel or something.
This must be some kind of possession.”

He lightly brushed his body.
It was better to be cool-headed since he didn’t have a sense of reality.

“Judging by the clothes I’m wearing, I don’t think I’m from a wealthy family… There’s nothing worth stealing except for the corpses, so it seems like I was attacked by thieves or bandits.”

He sighed deeply at the thought.

“Anyway, this is definitely… like the possession in novels.
I don’t know if it’s a time warp or something, but this is definitely not Korea….”

Then some memories came to mind.

The rebels opened the tent and shot.
I remember hastily holding a child.
I don’t know why I held him.
The child screamed.

What next?

The world was dyed red.
The child shouted, “Doctor, Doctor!”

Darkness crept in.

“Ha… my life is really… I studied hard at the orphanage, passed through medical school, became a doctor, and a professor.
I barely managed to make a living for myself and came out to volunteer, and

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