This Manwha was a desperate search for a manga similar to The Breaker. The fighting is pretty good, and the art compliments the action very well. It felt realistic if you put aside the fact that every single South Korean guy only wants to fight and kill one another! I wish the author would have spent more time on the characters' back stories, but at least it wasn't like Naruto!
It may have been the translators fault, but the language used was very repetitive in a lot of places. Lines like, "he has surpassed human limitations!" made me think, either the characters were incredibly naive to the fact that there are always people stronger in the world or they really thought the man wasn't human anymore.
Another thing I wish the author would have stressed was training. it seemed very Harry Potter-like in that you don't see much training and they just learn techniques from nowhere.
All-in-all, Change Guy was very interesting in the first few chapters, which got me hooked, and kept me entertained with good fight scenes and wanting to know how it ended. Actually, the fact there was an end is what kept me from dropping this mangwha.
Still, it's a good read. You should spend some time reading it all, I'm sure you'll get hooked if you enjoy The Breaker and interesting plots. read more