The main story of the retired life of a returner has been completed. .
I hope the readers found the ending to their liking.
I was always grateful.
I’ll take a break for a while and see you later in the review.
[Review – Thank you. ]
Hello, this is Ganjjajang.
The retiree’s retirement life has finally come to an end.
I felt like I would have so much to say when this moment came… I’m feeling dizzy and strange, so I’d appreciate it if you could understand even if my writing is a little rambling.
Thank you more than anything. And I’m sorry.
I don’t know what else to say to the readers who have followed this clumsy and lacking novel.
…yes. It ended like this.
After writing this, I feel like the ending is similar to the previous work. The path to the ending was almost the exact opposite, but I think I like stories that end like this and the main character finds peace.
I hope that this will be one of the endings that readers will have good memories of.
‘Returner’s Retirement Life’ is the second work serialized for a fee by Munpia after completing several studies after completing the previous work, ‘Steel-Blooded Returner’.
Actually, I started the series without much expectations, but I received tremendous interest and love from the beginning.
I remember the day when the first free serial became number one.
I was so anxious that I couldn’t sleep. I couldn’t believe that my novel, which only had less than 20 episodes, was at the very top. I remember staring blankly at the monitor screen, shivering because I felt like I was standing on a cliff, wondering if someone had fabricated it or being suspected of fabricating it.
yes. I’m a little scared.
I regret not writing better.
Episodes and attractive characters that could have been fully saved were not saved due to my impatience, anxiety, and lack of time to research the data (excuses). I will probably continue to have these regrets as long as I write.
Still, it was fun.
Of course, it was very difficult and unfortunate, but
this novel gave me a lot. By serializing over 300 full-length stories, I became vaguely aware of what types of writing I was good at and what I was not good at, adapted to the serial format, and became financially prosperous. I’m already happy to think about resting and having fun for a while. Oh, I want to retire too…
But I have to write a side story (I’m adamant).
Actually, I had concerns when pushing this story to a paid version.
Will it be a sitcom about the Munchkin main character’s daily life, or will the narrative grow bigger and bigger until it reaches its finale?
I think it was a bit of an ambiguous mix in the end. I’m satisfied with this ending, but I’m embarrassed and sorry that I got lost so much in the process of getting here.
So, for the side stories, I plan to go with #dailylife# episodes.
Anyway, the retired protagonist opens a restaurant, sends Lily to school, goes to meetings, creates a love triangle, goes on mukbangs, and wants to introduce the worldview of characters that were not properly shown in order to advance the story.
However… my physical and mental power are so depleted right now that I think I need to take a break for about 3-4 weeks. I think I should take a break and write down the side stories little by little, then re-read them carefully from the beginning to fix some of the holes in the setting. I’m also working on an e-book… I’ll be back within a month. I would really appreciate it if you could wait until then.
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the manager who called me at the right time whenever I was having a hard time and helped me recover mentally by telling me various stories, and to the editor who changed the poor sentences into something more readable. I’ll buy you a drink.
Um… It’s really finished, and it feels really strange to think that this is the last post I’m leaving to my readers.
1 year and 4 months. I was happy, scared, happy, cried, and laughed while being with you all.
I sincerely hope that our readers are always happy, healthy, and filled with joy.
[Review – Thank you. ] End