“What a day today.”
Sung-Hyun heaves a deep sigh.
Is there anybody in the workplace that looks forward to Monday morning because they have to go back to work?
But compared to an ordinary office worker, he was actually working at an awesome company.
Cheongseong. (Green Treasure)
It was one of the two largest guilds in Korea.
It’s been many decades since dungeons first broke out worldwide, and hunters began to be awakened.
Korean politics and finances were now in the hands of these two powerful guilds rather than the government as they had previously been.
Lee Sung-Hyun was a member of the Cheongseong guild.
Of all, he wasn’t the kind of hunter who was always on the frontline or in the public eye.
He was assisting a Hunter in the background as a member of the guild’s staff.
It was work where the employees had to clean up everything for the hunters.
From drinking with the media to cleaning the hunter’s name to being their servant for their orders.
“Why are you in a rush?”
“Be-because Hunter Hwang Il-woo is making a fuss…….”
“Fu… ehem. It’s actually quite quiet. All right, I’ll be there myself, so wrap it up here.”
Sung-Hyun gulped down a swear word before walking in the direction the employee had indicated.
Due to the nature of hunters, who worked at risk of their own lives, they were bound to make a fuss even with minor problems on the spot.
But the battle for the dungeon had already ended.
After the Hunters of Cheongseong entered and disposed of all the monsters, the remaining guild employees were tasked with finishing everything up.
From that point, the hunter was making a mess.
But these folks weren’t apathetic; they were simply unpleasant people.
The problem is that these troublesome kids are not only one or two hunters.
From behind the door came a jarring thud.
After a sigh, Sung-Hyun opened the door and went inside.
“Wu Wu wu….”
There was a guy on the ground who was bleeding from the forehead and had shaky legs.
It turned out to be the freshly recruited employee from a week before.
Sung-Hyun was worried about him because he was a bit of a fool, but he was actually doing a good job in this industry.
“Get the hell out of here.”
“What? But…… “
The staff hesitated even at Sung-Hyun’s words.
“What are you still up to, motherfcker? Leave immediately!”
A huge bottle of booze fell to the ground and broke.
Only then did the employee get up and leave the room in a hurry.
The door slammed shut, and there was a brief silence.
“Does this really work, Mr. Lee?”
“You wanted to change your work but end me with this shit? How can you dispatch a bastard who can’t even run an errand of buying cigarettes? You think I’m a dick, aren’t you?”
Sung-Hyun prepared himself by putting his hands on his back.
Hwang Il- Woo’s hands did indeed fly in his face.
On his left face, he had been hit three to four times in a succession.
After making contact with the wall, Sung-Hyun was barely able to maintain his balance.
Although he seemed at ease as a worker, if seen from the viewpoint of a spectator, his head still trembled.
“Mr. Lee, please get your work straight. Ah? Take care of these kids! I’m so enraged that I can’t bear to see him.”
“I’ll educate them properly.”
Blood came out from his lips, and he couldn’t say anything other than this line.
His opponent was, after all, a C-class hunter.
Being one of the two largest guilds in Korea, the guild is full of high-ranking hunters with arrogant characters.
Ordinary guild employees have no choice but to follow their superiors’ orders since no one would dare to defy them.
“Hoo… you’re well aware of my tendencies. But because you’re the department head, we’ll put this discussion to rest and move on. You’ve cleaned my sh!t many times after all. “
‘Yeah, that’s right.’
In the most recent event, there was a case in which this hunter quarreled with another drunk man while drinking with women.
Not to mention the plight of the civilians who became rags with broken bones all over their bodies; they had to sweat a lot to deal with any disturbance left to prevent things getting any bigger.
It was the ordinary worker, Sung-Hyun, who quietly shut up the reporters.
“Be careful from now on. Now go.”
Hwang Il-woo waved his hand as he took the bottle in his hands.
Then, Sung-Hyun came out without saying a word.
‘Ha, shit. I am becoming an old man.’
Sung-Hyun, who left the room, lit a cigarette.
He smoked cigarettes way back in the military while doing this kind of work.
Even after seven years of working on this project, he is still not used to it.
‘But if I could, I’d simply resign.’
Even E-class hunters are monsters that can blow his head off at once if they make up their minds.
Even with the might of a huge guild like Cheongseong, it was possible to sneak over even after doing something like this for no reason.
After the rise of monsters and dungeons, the world once known became the world of hunters, and many things have changed.
In the face of survival, the law of the jungle became more apparent.
“Whoa… Let’s think about money. Money only. “
Sung-Hyun suppressed his emotions, as he thought about his upcoming paycheck.
Monster-infested dungeons were far more hazardous than any other workplace, and the industry pays the most with one’s life on the line.
Additionally, in the Cheongseong guild, money will be swept away, with a significant portion ending up in the hands of employees.
In other words, it means not revealing everything that has been seen inside.