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Theatrical Regression Life Chapter 620

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Chapter 620: I

felt sick.


Park Min-jun, who was leaning against the toilet and breathing heavily, soon raised his head.


Then he exhaled slowly, as if he was about to stop.

I’m not sure if it was because I drank too much or because I saw a sight I couldn’t have imagined. Even Park Min-jun couldn’t really understand why I was in this state.

‘…I felt a little…’

It was strange.

‘Is it unpleasant?’

Or is it pleasant?

“…I don’t know.”

Park Min-jun sat down on the cold bathroom floor.

‘Is even the bathroom floor here marble?’

Anyway, I can kind of understand that the captain was born into a really good place.


Park Min-jun took a few deep breaths, then stood up and washed his face.

Unlike the one at the previous life institution, where nothing more than necessary was installed to prevent people from having other thoughts, this bathroom looked so fancy and extravagant that I wondered if it could be like this.

“…I think you said it was your taste….”

Did you originally say it was a villa with a touch of the taste of an old man manager?

‘I feel like I fit in and yet I don’t fit in.’

If you were to ask me if the poisonous snake in my previous life was extravagant, it wasn’t particularly so.

Although the viper was involved in all kinds of injustice and corruption, he was not the type to enjoy the dirty profits he gained from it. He said that he was enjoying it, saying that it was wealth and fame, but when Park Min-jun saw it, it didn’t seem like much.

‘I don’t think I have that kind of personality to begin with.’

Basically, the Viper was a soldier who was faithful to his orders. He enjoyed such corruption because he followed orders, but if you look at him as an individual, he did not have a great desire to enjoy luxury.

He was always satisfied as long as he could take responsibility for his own body.

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He was always alone like that.

“…Not anymore.”

The captain I met after a long time was not alone.

“I thought you would be alone your whole life.”

I remembered putting lip stamps on children who couldn’t even reach my waist.

I know that the captain is a very kind person. I knew it originally too. I also knew that because he was kind, he could become crueler. Even though he knew that he would suffer harm if he became attached to someone like that, he would not even consider tearing off his own flesh.

He blindly gave affection to the other person and oppressed and dealt with the other person whenever necessary. The poisonous snake was a cruel human being who was also soft on himself.


Park Min-jun swept his wet face once.


I feel sick.

‘I should have just drank it.’

For the first time in a very long time, I couldn’t bear to throw away the alcohol I received from the captain, and it got to this point.

“Even in this world of papules, there must be at least headache medicine.”

I mutter this for no reason.


Park Min-jun played the role of betraying the poisonous snake.

Therefore, he was also close to the main character, the son of a viper. This was possible because the role was to stick to the side of the main character who dreams of a proper system and provide information. So Park Min-jun sympathized

with the young protagonist .

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So it might be a little unpleasant.

‘Or is it pleasant?’

Although the poisonous snake I met again was soft and worn-out, its essence did not change, but it could never be said to be alone. As befits a character in a 19-year-old impoverished survival drama, the survivors, with their twisted personalities, would not leave him alone.

Park Min-Jun found that a bit refreshing.

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“…living in two houses….”

I knew it wasn’t true, but I was so upset that I couldn’t help but blurt out nonsense.


Madam, is this okay?

‘If this continues, I might end up choosing the chick over you.’

But it’s not like my wife doesn’t know that.

We are not poisonous snakes that do not know our thoughts, but for some reason, the situation flows as smoothly as water. The plan is progressing smoothly, as if everything is a predetermined story.



That was it.

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As he came to his senses and the hangover gradually subsided, Park Min-jun cut out all the questions and emotions he could think of.

“…I feel sick.”

Tools don’t think.

* * *

Kim Yeon-woo, who learned of Lee Jae-heon’s ankle aftereffects, showed great concern.

A big, pure worry.

“Even if the horse says it’s okay, you shouldn’t take it easy on the aftereffects related to the ankle. Above all, isn’t Jaeheon Lee a regular member of the underworld? There will be a lot of running to do in the future, but the aftereffects on my ankle remain…”

“It’s okay.”

“So it’s not okay. Jaeheon Lee has a tendency to treat his body too harshly. “I understand the feeling of not wanting to worry others, but I think you need to get into the habit of saying that you’re in pain when you’re in pain.”

“Oh yeah.”

“Please respect your body. This applies not only to the ankles but also to other areas. Jaeheon Lee always gets hurt somewhere whenever I take my eyes off him, so I’m very worried. “Even if the surgery is difficult, it is a good idea to take time to relax your muscles, such as stretching or getting a massage.”


Lee Jae-heon avoided eye contact, and Park Min-jun sympathized with him.

‘Poor captain.’

I couldn’t even imagine how embarrassed and embarrassed I would feel.

‘It must be very humiliating to have to worry about body recovery from the chick police.’

It’s not that I don’t understand the concerns of the residents of this world, but for Lee Jae-heon and Park Min-jun, who have a slightly different way of thinking, this situation was quite frustrating. There was really nothing I could do about it, no matter how hard I tried.

Should I say that it feels like I drank cider by mistake and got sick, but because my friend called 119, I was taken to the emergency room, kindly received a prescription, and walked out on my own two feet.

‘…It’s difficult for me to even compare it as I’m not the one involved.’

Anyway, this was a great humiliation.

‘It’s even more so because the other person is not being sarcastic, but is genuinely worried…’

Just as he said, Kim Yeon-woo’s worries were pure and clear.

“Don’t just keep saying it’s okay. You really think that there is nothing wrong with you, so you don’t have a good day. “These aftereffects cannot be 100% cured through surgery, so I am concerned that I may be taking this too lightly.”

“I… I will be careful.”

This was a story at the level of ‘You keep drinking cider and going to the emergency room, so why don’t you refrain from drinking carbonated drinks?’ If I had to compare it, it would be like that.

Lee Jae-heon, who had barely escaped Kim Yeon-woo, looked at Park Min-jun with pity.



Jaeheon Lee nodded.

‘It means I should be careful too.’

Contrary to common sense in this world, Park Min-jun was also the same person who pursued efficiency by consuming his body. If he was too picky, he could end up in the same situation as Lee Jae-heon just now, so it would be better to be careful as he was warned.

Around the time when the characters from previous lives were secretly communicating telepathically, Kwon Yeon-hee raised her hand.

“Director, Manager, this cute and adorable employee, Kwon Yeon-hee, has a question.”

“Try it, you cute and cute employee Kwon Yeon-hee….”

“So, are we going to sleep in today too??”

“Uh… I guess that’s how it should be.”

Jaeheon Lee continued while checking his watch.

“It’s already almost 5 o’clock. “It’s better to sleep one more day than to go down the mountain at this hour.”

“It’s Monday tomorrow.”

“Ah, just do it. I can just make my own excuse and take a vacation. “I know how much you’ve accumulated over the years.”

“No matter what, isn’t it a bit weird to have the manager, team leader, assistant manager, foreman, employee, and intern from a team all at once? “I don’t think it’s polite to the other people who are doing our work.”

“Anyway, there is no urgent need to pay. You don’t have any projects to work on, so why are you so anxious? Even if you miss just one day, other employees will have to take over the work…”

“There is.”

“Yes, it may not be the case, but trust Manager Lee. The title of old man manager is used in situations like this. “No matter what kind of nonsense you do, everyone will just give up on their own.”

“We’ll get criticized too.”

“It’s fate.”

Hong Gyeong-jun raised his hand as the atmosphere gradually settled down.

“Neither I nor Trooper Kim Yeon-woo are Ohseong employees.”

“I can take it away from you… with the power of power. It’s okay if you go to work early in the morning. Why are you talking so much? “Are you confident about going down the mountain at this time when it’s getting dark?”

“I will be questioned by my seniors again.”

“Are you going to be questioned because you go with me? “I’m a little curious about how far my image has gone, but no matter how much I think about it, I don’t think it’s that big of a problem, so I’ll let it go.”

“Um… thank you.”

Then this time the college students raised their hands.

“We have a lecture on Monday afternoon.”

“Like you said, if we leave early in the morning, we’ll arrive early, but…”

Lee Jae-heon frowned.


“Oh, that’s too much.”

“You guys went to sleep together and now you’re blaming me? If you stay in the house I gave you, eat the food I cooked for you, and have fun with the money I paid, you should at least take care of the lectures. “You guys aren’t the only ones left to think about it anyway.”

“Fuck I got caught.”

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“You’re such a piece of shit to get caught.”

Then this time, the high school students…

“I said clearly.”

“Please just contact your homeroom teacher once. Then.”

“Aisssi, really.”

As Jaeheon Lee picked up his cell phone, the high school students celebrated their victory.


“I missed school.”

They were second-year high school students who were happy about not going to school, but third-year students Maeng Na-eun and Park Da-young, who were nearing the end of their minor years, were smiling with a slightly bittersweet smile.

“Good… I don’t have to go to school.”


It was because there was a huge wall called the CSAT in front of them that made them not like it.

Lee Jae-heon, who quickly completed the contact, looked at the two students with an expression that seemed to be worrying about everything.

“I can live by stealing my own money, so why worry?”

“Man, this is a matter of pride.”

“Pride of a high school senior? Does that feed you? “How about if you don’t know anything about the CSAT?”

“You can’t even go to college.”

“Do you really have to go there…? These days, even if you get into a senior position at a Korean university, you won’t be able to get a job. “Yeonseok is at best an intern right now.”

“It’s great to be a five-star intern.”

“Okay, okay, I can help you build your career by interning somewhere while you go to college.”

“No, thank you. Not only is it burdensome, but it’s also a bit difficult to not go to the university that everyone else goes to…”

“If you really want to go, can’t I just put in the donation as part of the selection process?”


When Maeng Na-eun, who was caught up in the strong power of power, was interrupted for a moment, Lee Jae-heon opened his mouth.

“Do I really have to study? It’s okay because you guys have good basic brains. Anyway, the practical skills you learn when you join a company have nothing to do with what you learned in high school. All you need to know is how to do the four basic arithmetic operations. “When I join the company, I will learn new knowledge provided by the company, but I am so stressed about what grade I will be given.”

“Uh… uh….”

Maeng Na-eun started, but Park Da-young gritted her teeth and stopped her friend.

“Come to your senses, Maeng Na-eun! “Why are we treated like bourgeoisie at school now?”

“No, but you can go to college without studying… And I’m actually quite okay with being treated like a bourgeois…”

“Uh-huh…! People have to work! Those who work can eat! In this world that is constantly developing and changing, lazy people will be eliminated forever!!”

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“Huh…! That’s right…! “That’s right!”

Lee Jae-heon made a shocked expression upon seeing the two women.


Woo Woo-young interpreted the two’s appearance.

“They say they want to be filial.”

“What are you talking about?”

“They have pride issues and they also want to get good grades and make their parents proud. “Unless it’s your part-time job and taking you on a cruise, it’s the biggest act of filial piety you can do at that age.”


Lee Jae-heon, who was nodding his head in understanding, realized something was strange and belatedly asked.


“Achacha, the guardian. Stop making mistakes with your words….”

“Filial piety?”

“Stop giving me a headache because of the hangover. But now you admit it too, right?”

“Do you guys keep making me into a man with a child?”

“You already have Seo-ah.”

“Hey, that’s a different story. That’s what it sounds like now…”


Seo-ah, who had already escaped Lee Yun-byeol’s arms, tugged on Lee Jae-heon’s pants and asked.


“uh? why.”

“Lee Seo-ah?”


“Lee Da-young? Lee Da-hoon?”


“I am Lee Seo-ah.”

Seo-ah’s lips were soft as she muttered.

“Lee Seo-ah….”

“Uh, uh… oh, okay. Should I change my last name?”


“But it’s not something that can just be changed like this.”

“It works.”

“Can’t we talk about this after we become adults?”


“It’s not that I don’t like it, it’s that I want to be cautious… It’s driving me crazy.”

Seo-ah’s voice became firm.

“Minhong’s older brother is Choi Minhong.”

“Huh? That’s right.”

“My uncle Choi Jeong-man’s last name is Choi, so I am Choi Min-hong.”

“That’s true, but….”

“Then I have to be Lee Seo-ah too.”


Behind Lee Jae-heon, who was speechless, Jeong In-ho, Ha Seong-yoon, and Hong Gyeong-jun clapped.

“That’s very logical.”

“It’s flawless.”

“I will become a big person.”

I’ll be amazed.

Lee Jae-heon, who was naturally cornered, grabbed his throbbing head.

‘You can’t drive it like this, you bastards.’

They knew we would fall apart at some point.

(Continued in the next part)

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Theatrical Regression Life

Theatrical Regression Life

Theatrical Return, 연극성 회귀 생활
Score 8.6
Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: 2021 Native Language: Korean
Theatrical regression life of an old-fashioned villain (kkondae) who recalled his past life. “There’s nothing I wouldn’t do for a better life.” Survival in the ‘Otherworld’; a place where only the insane can set foot in.


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