The Greatest Estate Designer


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The only son of a country side baron, who is called tr*sh and hated by his family, subordinates, and every citizen of the fief. One day, he suddenly loses consciousness, and when he opens his eyes… Inside his body was… a Korean civil engineer.

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The Greatest Estate Developer
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tamarabobra7 rated it
September 8, 2021
Status: --
Just came from the manhwa, and I know it's an early review after all the novel currently has 7 translated chapters, while the manhwa has 10 chapters. But I am just to hook by the MC's personality and the characters, not to mention the comedy that have me choking on my saliva!

I Absolutely love the MC! (◍•ᴗ•◍) ❤ Hopefully this doesn't turn into a harem novel, thankfully I see no romance tag. It's a bit regretful, but I think it's better that way!

What an absolute gem!I'll be always checking on updates... more>> and try to support the translator! (◜‿◝) ♡ <<less
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TheBlackHawk rated it
September 29, 2022
Status: c5
The illustrations in the manhwa are hilarious. The story is hilarious. I can't stop the laughing when I read.
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Lost_Antipa rated it
August 9, 2022
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The funniest novel I have ever read in my life, my second favorite novel so far. I laughed so much in every chapter and I love the MC. I have no words. One of the best MC of all time, I love his devilish personality. The OGMC is also amazing I just love the way he react to everything the MC does. This novel definatly deserves more attention
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Eversource rated it
September 24, 2022
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This novel and especially the manhwa are one of the most funniest works I’ve read.

Lloyd is just amazing and Javier also has amazing moments.

Lloyd is mostly being shipped with the Queen; they would make good couple with wacky dynamics, but again there is no romance tag.


My family thinks I’m crazy due to me laughing like I’ve possessed by a demon whenever I read this. You will definitely not regret reading this.

I will be waiting for chapters to be translated.
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MrCents_04 rated it
August 7, 2022
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A top tier novel!

This is not your typical s*upid genre of isekais.

Our protagonist and his friend the true protagonist of the novdl are kicking the asses of dirt-branded Korean Isekai.

It is highly recommended!
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ziza rated it
May 17, 2022
Status: --
Indeed we all have our own opinions, insights, and perspectives, but what part of this story did 7 people vote 1 star for?

My sypnosis (jj skip until the three dashes if you wanna see the actual review) :

Suho, a Korean civil engineer lived a tiring life. While being dispatched for the military service, his parents went bankrupt after being scammed by a scum and soon died. He had to take on a minimum of 2-4 part time jobs in order to keep living and studying. In the day, he's in... more>> school, later he's working a part time job, then spending sleepless nights reading novels. 'Iron-Blooded Knight' That was one of the novels he knew and soon transmigrated to.

He woke up and he was in the body of Lloyd Frontera, the son of a declining baron, a jerk, a drunkard, and most certainly useless. He wakes up with a 'Relationship Point' or 'RP' system. He gets points by gaining the favor of the novel's key characters. With the points, he can increase his stats in the shop. Javier, who undoubtedly has the least favor of Lloyd was the elegant and justice-serving knight and the main character of the novel. He was Lloyd's servant and bodyguard. Lloyd's parents commited suicide in the novel after falling for a scam and lost their power while Lloyd died being intoxicated by alcohol. However, Suho wanted to live good, to live in luxury as the son of a countryside baron. This was an opportunity his unfortunate last life didn't have. A few incidents pass by and he decides to build a business with his Engineering skills. With this business and his engineering skills, he slowly helps his family and reaches the capital of his continent. There began his journey as an engineer in the novel 'Iron-Blooded Knight'.


Suho is actually really smart... and nice (?). He uses the fact that the actual Lloyd was a jerk to his advantage and didn't have a complete 180 and became immediately nice to gain RP points. He worked his way and showed his capabilties to gain people's favor, especially his dad the baron. This story is actually very comedic and cute. I don't laugh a lot in general so I'm not sure if it's that funny (?) His servant Javier, which hates him most is an interesting character as well. At times we see him absolutely confused if Lloyd has changed or if he's still a jerk. The way the current Lloyd is, his action says 'kind and helpful', but his words still screams 'bastard'. It was funny to see Javier confused and trying to analzye Suho. Suho's animal companions he got from the system are so cute !! I like how they bond and how useful their skills are.

The way the author wrote the story was to my favor. They didn't use long paragraphs, long dialogues, etc. It's best described as 'simple'. For someone like me with a bad reading comprehension, reading felt like gliding. The world building is fine, I personally didn't have issues. At times we see Suho in situations that reminds him of his past life. His personality reflects the kind of life he once lived, which is something I look for in stories. If I had an issue, it would be that at times the story's a little messy. There's the transmigration, then Suho knowing the future because he knew the novel, and then there are actually monsters, then the setting which is a royal world, then his companions that fell from the sky. Oh and those people that they find in the cave, like..??? I just wish they provided more information on the setting and how things worked in that world. This is a good way to pass time, not a novel I'd follow religiously or favor that much. Nonetheless, it's for you to judge and for you to read.

This is my first review so I do apologize for being vague and messy (#`-_ゝ-) <<less
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azuron rated it
September 16, 2022
Status: c19
This is a gem. The MC is charismatic and the multiple Points of view are really well fleshed out. You wouldn't regret picking this up.
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June 13, 2022
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The story got some interesting info about architectural infrastructures.

I think you need to read this warning first and foremost. Suho's kind of a psycho? If you're alright with this, I think you can tolerate it.
Spoilers (somewhat)

... more>>

Suho's a Korean Transmigrator who complained a lot about having to clean up about the mess that OG Lloyd left him, and I was kind of feeling sympathetic for him and thought he would be like others.

Chapter 7 and 8 stopped me from my tracks. There's this guy, Ulrich, weak-skilled soldier who abandoned the OG in the novel, the author explained it like it was justified lmao. The soldiers hired by his father were reluctant to work as construction workers because... surprise, surprise that's not the job they signed up for. Of course, our protagonist needed helpers to do heavy work for the constructions, you know what his great plan to make these soldiers do his bidding? Select the aforementioned guy who was also visibly unwilling, suddenly bash him on the head and beat the heck out of him using a shovel until he's bloody and half-dead (I forgot to say that the guy was so disoriented right after he got bashed and could only take the abuse if I remember right). It makes one's heart quite chilled ah. If you can stomach this, I guess you're good to go. I think I need to pause for a while. Did it make the soldiers more willing to obey him? Well, who wouldn't after witnessing something terrifying such as the young master suddenly attacking someone who defied his wishes? I know this is supposed to be a fictional but compared to other isekais, it happened in a peaceful setting... making it more difficult to- I wish I had gotten a warning lmao maybe then I wouldn't be so against it because I know what I signed up for.

An additional context: In the transmigrator's modern Korea, there's this superior who finds fault with him and once cursed his parents with profanities because he found Suho lacking. Guess what he did to shut him up? Suho struck him with a shovel too. He said he felt quite refreshed, one can only wonder why he didn't get locked up for assault in the Modern World. Like I would want to hit someone who insulted me and my loved ones too but like--- I don't know but it left a really, really bad taste.

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