I Became the Male Lead’s Stepmother
I’d been stanning the male lead for 3 years when I was suddenly caught red-handed by his doting, tyrannical father, Duke Hades Louvremont! “Following us, sending expensive gifts, and even coming alone to the north without regard for your own life…” “I’m sorry. I have no excuse.” “Alright, I lose. Your devotion is undeniable.” “Even I can’t think of anyone as dedicated as this. Many women have pursued me, but none as persistently as you. I’m amazed.” “Let’s hold it, then. Our wedding. As soon as possible.” “I’ll accept my fate.” Silence. “Wait, pardon?! What did you just say?” Surely I must’ve misheard? But the duke, smirking at my shocked face, gave the finishing blow. “I said, I’ll marry you.” Wow. The male lead’s dad is a narcissist.
I Killed Him
You must never tell anyone. If you don't follow it, you die." Kwon Soon-hyang, the owner of the building who suddenly murdered the tenant. Seven years later, he is killed by someone ahead of his surrender. Shin Yeo-ju, a detective who digs up a huge conspiracy and absurdity behind the death of Soon-hyang Kim, a lawyer who gives a clue to the case linked to the death of his own client. When you don't know who's your friend and who's your foe Who is the opponent behind all the incidents the two of them have to face?
[By the studio that brought you <Solo Leveling> and <Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint>!] Abandoned at birth in a stable, Shirone was raised by commoners. As a child, he had gifted Insight and had learned how to read. After visiting the city, he finally saw the workings of magic, which he was immensely curious about. This inspired Shirone’s dream of becoming a mage. However, the city was a place with a cruel and rigid social hierarchy. Here, Shirone discovered the hidden side of the world before he even reached adulthood… Will Shirone be able to achieve his dream of becoming a mage in this twisted world?
Hwajin Na’s teaching techniques are pretty violent for someone who works in the Ministry of Education. That being said, when punishments don’t seem to work on even the worst of school bullies, there is no better man for the job. Sometimes you can’t get a good education until those bullies are taught a lesson.