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He shouldn ’t mind that, as now was the time to display all the abilities he possessed.
“Hey, are you a returner?” Lee Seong-Hwi threw out a sudden question.
Kang Jin-Ho didn ’t say anything and just stared back at him.
“Heh, looks like I hit the bullseye.” Lee Seong-Hwi smirked deeply.
“That explains your strength which doesn ’t match your age.
It ’s too bad, though.
I really don ’t like the bastards that call themselves returners, you see? Because they are all gloomy loners who don ’t play well with other people.”
While muttering that, Lee Seong-Hwi proceeded to loosen his hands.
The sounds of his joints popping eerily echoed within the mountainside.
’s the thing.
Humans are meant to evolve—to better themselves.
I don ’t know what you returner bastards have been doing in the past, but let me tell you something.
Idiots stuck in the ways of the past can never win against the modern era.
Allow me to teach you how much modern martial arts have evolved.”
Kang Jin-Ho finally broke his silence.
“If you ’re done yapping, hurry up and come at me.”
’t matter who you are or who I am.
So, stop blabbering and let ’s get this started.”
“You rude little punk!” Lee Seong-Hwi clenched his fists before pouncing on Kang Jin-Ho.
Was it because he fell for the provocation? Of course not.
For a while now, it felt like Kang Jin-Ho
’s presence was crushing down on Lee Seong-Hwi.
And that feeling only got stronger with every passing second.
So, he attacked, thinking that he might not even be able to lift a finger if this pressure continued to build up.
’s right fist scythed through the air like an arrow.
This attack was not a feint, just a straightforward punch.
However, it was still undeniably fast and powerful.
He saw no need to use some fancy technique here.
His punch was so fast that naked eyes couldn ’t follow it, anyway.
As he punched, Lee Seong-Hwi
’s eyes gleamed brightly.
He knew that Kang Jin-Ho would dodge this attack.
He was dead sure about that.
Lee Seong-Hwi wasn
’t being arrogant, though.
He simply made an educated guess from what Kang Jin-Ho had shown back in the cafe.
Kang Jin-Ho would definitely do something, but that would not matter.
Even if this punch was avoided, Lee Seong-Hwi had dozens of ways to respond.
That was how deep his martial knowledge was after receiving the righteous cultiva—
“…What the hell?!” Lee Seong-Hwi was left bewildered by what happened.
He thought his attack would miss the target, but Kang Jin-Ho just stood there and let himself get hit in the face!
The punch in the middle of his face sent Kang Jin-Ho flying away like a kite with its string cut.
His figure eventually crashed and got buried in the dirt some distance away.
’D-did he die? ’
A bewildered Lee Seong-Hwi blinked his eyes and stared at Kang Jin-Ho.
However, his shock was understandable.
For one, he had never ’sparred ’ against regular people.
And such a straightforward punch had never been a popular attack during duels of highly-trained martial artists.
A boxer with no qi training could still split a person ’s skull in half if their punch landed just right, so how powerful would Lee Seong-Hwi ’s attack be when it was laden with so much qi?
No average martial artist could survive a direct hit to the face from such a powerful punch.
No, it would be instant death.
Knowing this, all sorts of confused thoughts began tumbling around in Lee Seong-Hwi ’s head.
Was Kang Jin-Ho simply bluffing? Maybe he wasn
’t strong enough to be a martial artist? But then…
What about that pressure? And what happened back in the cafe?
Lee Seong-Hwi ’s confusion was soon resolved by Kang Jin-Ho.
Initially looking as if he got knocked out, Kang Jin-Ho began to slowly raise his head.
Soon, he finished raising his upper torso to sit upright.
And this sight sent another shockwave through Lee Seong-Hwi ’s mind.
got up?! ’
His complexion went deathly pale as he watched Kang Jin-Ho slowly dust himself off the ground.
should have been impossible.
No matter how strong Kang Jin-Ho was, he shouldn ’t be able to nonchalantly brush aside Lee Seong-Hwi ’s full-power punch to the face.
Not even Lee Seong-Hwi ’s teacher would be able to do that! It would be like a trained sniper brushing aside a gunshot wound as if it was nothing.
Kang Jin-Ho spat on the ground.
Blood leaking from his burst lip left a metallic taste in his mouth.
Kang Jin-Ho lightly wiped his lips away, then began smiling hideously.
“No need to worry yourself about that.”
After finishing dusting himself off, Kang Jin-Ho leisurely made his way back toward Lee Seong-Hwi once more.
“I just needed to calm down, that
It seems that I had a lot on my mind.
But thanks to you, I ’m back to my old self again.”
Lee Seong-Hwi had no idea what Kang Jin-Ho was talking about.
What was up with all this weird confession? He might not have any idea, but the two spectators still managed to figure out what Kang Jin-Ho meant.
Lee Hyeon-Ju ’s face went utterly pale from the realization, and she stared in pure terror at Kang Jin-Ho.
She had seen
And that would be Kang Jin-Ho ’s expression contorting ever so slightly just as Lee Seong-Hwi charged in.
Rage, hatred, or even hostility…
His expression was none of those.
The expression she saw on Kang Jin-Ho
’s face was
The kind of patience of, say, a starving predator salivating over a juicy prey in front of its eyes but holding itself back for some reason.
And that was when Lee Hyeon-Ju instinctively realized it…
’He almost tried to kill Lee Seong-Hwi! ’
What if Kang Jin-Ho had failed to restrain his flinching, quivering hands just as the attack landed? What would have happened to Lee Seong-Hwi?
I need to stop this! ’
Lee Hyeon-Ju had also realized something else.
This was not a battle to find a winner.
At the very least, Kang Jin-Ho didn ’t see this situation as a fight or a duel.
In that case, what was this situation, then?
“Uwaaaaah!” Lee Seong-Hwi roared.
Half his reasoning was already paralyzed, and he pounced on Kang Jin-Ho again.
However, Kang Jin-Ho simply smiled faintly at the sight of the incoming Lee Seong-Hwi.
His eyes could see the fear-filled face of the big guy.
’No need to be that scared. ’
Kang Jin-Ho gently raised his right hand, then somehow snatched Lee Seong-Hwi
’s fist coming for his face from mid-air.
A bone-chilling noise capable of making every hair on a person ’s body stand rang out as Lee Seong-Hwi ’s arm was twisted toward his back at an awkward angle.
“Aaaaaaahk?!” Lee Seong-Hwi couldn ’t win against the pain and screamed at the top of his lungs; his arm was bent at a bizarre angle from Kang Jin-Ho ’s grip.
Kang Jin-Ho muttered, “…I ’m not going to kill you, after all.”
Lee Seong-Hwi ’s eyes met Kang Jin-Ho ’s, and this uncontrollable terror bloomed in his mind.
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