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Taming the Obsessive Attachment chapter 49


“Mr. Jae-jin, that’s difficult.”

“Difficult? You can’t do it?”

“Unlike erasing memories, restoring them… it’s really dangerous.”

“So you can’t do it? Answer me, Mr. Seo Eui-woo. Can you not do it?”

“Listen. It’s already risky to tamper with the mind, but restoring memories requires an ability manipulation that’s dozens of times more intricate and meticulous. If anything goes wrong, your brain will burn up completely. And then…”

“Can you do it or not? Stop talking nonsense and answer me!”

“…Then, Jae-jin, you will die.”

Seo Eui-woo muttered with a face as cold as an ice sculpture.

His beautiful features, that stunning, sculpted white face, darkened as if witnessing a horrific scene he couldn’t even bear to imagine in a dream.

“Your mind is already full of holes. So many memories have been pulled out. Restoring all of them is nearly impossible and even attempting it is lethally dangerous. Your brain would burn up, causing a painful death, and even if you survived, your mind would be utterly destroyed and you wouldn’t be sane.”


“I can’t do it. I don’t want to. I can’t be the one to cut off your breath, Mr. Kwon Jae-jin.”


“And you? Do you really want to die? Are you okay with dying? Even if you risk your life… do you need those forgotten memories that badly?”



Restoring a single memory… is it really that dangerous?

Looking back, Seo Eui-woo had always been cautious when using his psychic abilities. He would say it was dangerous and that he would only skim the surface, acting uncharacteristically passive. That omnipotent Seo Eui-woo… that S-rank Esper…

So, he really can’t do it…?

“…Whether I die or not, we won’t know until we try.”

Kwon Jae-jin muttered expressionlessly. His face was like that of a corpse.

“It’s nearly impossible, but not entirely, right? Just very dangerous, but not impossible!”

“Why are you really doing this, Mr. Jae-jin! We’ve gotten along fine without those memories. What’s lacking, what’s missing with me, why?”

“Getting along fine without memories, damn it, how is that getting along fine! Getting along fine means being sane. Isn’t that right? Forcing holes into my head, deceiving and dominating me, changing me as you please, damn it! Damn it! Kidnapping, imprisoning, tying me up! How is that getting along fine!”

“But I can’t let you be driven to your death! It’s better to confine you than to see you executed as a deviant or biting your tongue in suicide! So what are you saying… do you really want me to kill you, Mr. Kwon Jae-jin? With my own hands? To overturn your head and cut your lifeline myself? Are you insane?”

“So what. There were times when I thought… I wanted to die. When I was with the first Seo Eui-woo, I had such thoughts countless times as if breathing. I actually attempted suicide.”


“Whether I die by suicide or by attempting to restore my memories, it doesn’t matter to me.”


“It doesn’t matter. Don’t you understand? Come to think of it, I even experienced being torn to death by a gate. Wow, I thought I was only experienced in captivity, but it seems I’m also experienced in dying… perfect.”

With those words, Seo Eui-woo collapsed.

He thought only Kwon Jae-jin had fallen into the pit of fire, but Seo Eui-woo had fallen with him.

Together they struggled in the unexpected, horrific disaster, and Seo Eui-woo shook his head with a chilling gesture. There was an absurdly threatening aura about him.

“No. I won’t do it.”


“I can’t live without you, Mr. Jae-jin. No matter what insane things I did, the ultimate purpose was always one thing. To keep Mr. Kwon Jae-jin alive, by my side.”

For an Esper, a guide is an absolute necessity.

The stronger the Esper, the more so.

Seo Eui-woo needed Kwon Jae-jin.

“To ask me to kill Kwon Jae-jin is to choose inevitable ruin.”

Kwon Jae-jin needed Seo Eui-woo too.

The first timeline’s Kwon Jae-jin didn’t particularly need Seo Eui-woo, but the second timeline’s Kwon Jae-jin did. To reclaim his family.

“So, if you desperately don’t want to kill Kwon Jae-jin, Mr. Seo Eui-woo, you just have to do it right…”

It was Seo Eui-woo who initially presented the cruel choices.

They seemed like two paths, but in reality, they were one.

“Don’t fail, don’t burn my brain, just overcome the obstacles and use your abilities safely. Just succeed. Just succeed.”

Whether to be an ordinary person or a guide.

Whether to be executed or to guide.

Whether to erase memories or be handcuffed.

Seo Eui-woo had always forced Kwon Jae-jin to make cruel choices, and there was no reason why Kwon Jae-jin couldn’t do the same to Seo Eui-woo.

“Do you think I endured everything and accepted it all just because I liked it? I’ve faced countless unavoidable dilemmas. So now it’s Mr. Seo Eui-woo’s turn.”


“Mr. Seo Eui-woo erased my memories. Only Mr. Seo Eui-woo can restore them. So take responsibility and put them back!”

Kwon Jae-jin’s black eyes widened.

The deep emotional chasm was clearly visible.

Kwon Jae-jin couldn’t forgive Seo Eui-woo. At least not until Seo Eui-woo filled in the holes in his head with his own hands.

On the contrary, if Seo Eui-woo did that…

If Seo Eui-woo restored Kwon Jae-jin’s memories…

Then he could forgive him.

Kwon Jae-jin was still willing to accept Seo Eui-woo. To be honest, he wanted to. He liked it back then. Sticking to each other, loving each other, teaching Seo Eui-woo to cook, flying over the vast sea, changing houses every season, giving lap pillows, tying aprons, wearing couple outfits, kissing, having sex, guiding…

Kwon Jae-jin wanted to do that with Seo Eui-woo too…

“So. Say it. Answer me, Mr. Seo Eui-woo.”

Kwon Jae-jin urged Seo Eui-woo to choose, almost like a threat.

Seo Eui-woo shook his head repeatedly. Chewing through his broken emotions.

“I’m sorry. I can’t do it.”

“Say it. Say you’ll give me my memories back. Say you’ll try, say you can do it.”

“Mr. Jae-jin. Please.”

“Say it? Try! You can at least pretend to try!”

Seo Eui-woo hugged Kwon Jae-jin and collapsed onto the bed.

Kwon Jae-jin, held in Seo Eui-woo’s arms, kept shouting in rage. Even then, unable to suppress his anger, he cursed incessantly.

“Ugh, damn it! Damn it! Damn bastard! Aaaagh!”

Kwon Jae-jin went mad with rage.

He kicked and swung his arms, slapping Seo Eui-woo’s cheeks. He hit him with his palm, with his fist, and still not relieved, he grabbed Seo Eui-woo’s collar and shook him.

Seo Eui-woo remained still, unaffected by the blows. It seemed he was more tormented by the fact that Kwon Jae-jin was resisting and hating him so much.

“Stop it. You’ll hurt your hands.”

“Let go! Damn it, let go!”

“You can’t hit like that. You need to clench your fist properly and strike to avoid injuring your wrist.”

“Seo Eui-woo, you bastard, you… you damn bastard.”

“Hit me. If it makes you feel better, go ahead.”

Seo Eui-woo offered his body defenselessly. Lowering his eyes, he seemed to accept whatever violence Kwon Jae-jin inflicted, his muscular body, like a sculpted diamond, slackened submissively as if surrendering to Kwon Jae-jin.

Kwon Jae-jin gritted his teeth and punched Seo Eui-woo’s face. With every ounce of strength, he clenched his fist tightly and struck quickly and precisely as Seo Eui-woo had suggested.

His solid punch, backed by his full weight, repeatedly landed on Seo Eui-woo’s face. That innocent, beautiful face that Kwon Jae-jin admired so much, so white, pure, and lovely, was ruthlessly beaten.

Seo Eui-woo, head thrown back, spat blood from his mouth. His cheek was red and swollen, his eye puffy.

Kwon Jae-jin, breathing heavily, looked at the injured Seo Eui-woo in despair.

His chest heaved violently. Despite panting heavily, he felt short of breath. The tightness in his chest, the numbness, made it hard to breathe, as if he would faint with his eyes open.

“Seo Eui-woo.”


“Seo Eui-woo… you.”

“Yes, Mr. Jae-jin.”


Kwon Jae-jin pushed Seo Eui-woo away. Seo Eui-woo retreated to the edge of the bed without resistance.

“No matter what, you don’t want to do it? You can’t do it…?”


“Then I can’t do it either.”

Kwon Jae-jin muttered as if declaring to himself. His usually calm black eyes trembled violently.

“I can’t guide you anymore. As of today, I won’t be your guide anymore.”

“What did you say?”

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Taming the Obsessive Attachment

Taming the Obsessive Attachment

Second Time Taming the Obsessive Top, 집착광공 길들이기 2회차
Score 7.4
Status: Ongoing Type: Author: , Artist: Native Language: Korean
He regressed to the first day of confinement. 4 years ago, Kwon Jae-jin, an ordinary person, appeared as the only guide for the S-class esper Seo Eui-woo. Seo Eui-woo kidnapped him and demanded that he be guided without consent. “Shall we check now? I wonder if you are a guide that matches me or not.” “Hurts, it hurts, ah, ngh! Ugh…… Stop……!” “See, you can do guiding on me…….” Seo Eui-woo’s crazy behavior, which seemed ruthless at first glance, had a good reason, and after 4 years that felt like war, Jae-jin eventually understood and accepted Seo Eui-woo. Not only that, he was taken in by Seo Eui-woo’s persistent love offensive and their relationship developed romantically! They lived happily ever after……! ……It would’ve been great if it had ended with such a happy ending. One sunny day, a gate in the yard burst, and Kwon Jae-jin got caught in it. He died with his limbs torn to pieces. BAD ENDING. That was the story of Kwon Jae-jin’s first life before returning to this point.



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