I Became the Despised Granddaughter of the Murim Family
Summary: I became the Despised Granddaughter of the Powerful Martial Arts Family / 무림세가 천대받는 손녀 딸이 되었다 / I became the despised granddaughter of Murim Clan / Saya menjadi cucu yang dibenci dari Klan Murim
The main character was possessed as Baeklee Yeon in the world of martial arts, the foolish and annoying daughter of Baeklee Ee-gang, a complete body and teacher who leads the male protagonist into the right path of becoming a hero.
She was killed unexpectedly, and when she opened her eyes, she regressed to her childhood days where she could undo everything.
“Will I be able to be loved this time?”
Determined to be a great daughter instead of a nuisance, she begins her life as the respected granddaughter of the Baeklee Family.
She wanted to walk on a flower path, but she was interfered with by her family, including it’s head, as well as her grandfather, Baeklee Pae-hyuk. His gaze could even make the mountains and rivers tremble as he carried the spirit of a king.
“Do you think you’re that valuable?!”
Not even giving time to be flabbergasted over his confident granddaughter’s spirit,
“How could you give up as a father if there was even a slightest bit of hope?”
“…As stubborn as a mule.”
The good-looking son is prepared to be hated for trying to save his daughter who is a martial arts loser, and the grandfather begins to secretly open his heart to the father daughter pair…
She thought life would be easier now,
but even the male lead candidates start to get obsessed?
Our Yeonie, let’s walk on the flower path for real this time!
Cute interactions between FL and her dad and the FL is pretty entertaining, not overly obsessed with revenge too which is nice.
Yes! A new Manhwa dad that genuinely cares about his daughter and loves her dearly!!
I like that the FL doesn’t try to manipulate her way through and tries to make everyone like her. Instead she just wants to safe her father.
She isn’t obsessed with revenge.
Also, it’s kinda nice to see a FL who is genuinely sick, who deals with it just as it is. She doesn’t try to undo the (seemingly) impossible. It’s refreshing.
The art is beautiful too, the characters interesting. I look forward to the next chapters