The Strategy of Washing Clean a Slag Shou


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Su Yang was bound to a ‘Slag Cleansing’ System, each world he went as a slag Shou that was rejected by the Gong. In order to return home as soon as possible, he began to work hard by counter-attacking the people who rejected him.

Later he found that these people who were supposed to have normal attributes going by the script were all abnormal. In the face of this rabid animal, Su Yang was forced to abuse his heart again and again.

This story is also known as:

“I said: I am not that slag, will you still accept me?”

“The day’s when a puttering man is in the world.”

“Insufficient words will open the purgatory/hell mode.”

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The President’s Unfaithful Lover

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Ghost King’s Grim Student

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The Zombie Lover

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Ravenexe rated it
August 8, 2018
Status: c109
Just as the person above says, the MC is very human. He grows in character as he goes to new worlds and in turn influence the ML.

The only regret for this reader is that there's no meat yet! 😣😆😄😘🙈🍖🍗
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Pachia rated it
August 7, 2018
Status: Completed
Yay! This novel is going to get translated. Nice pacing, less drama, and a smart and clever and humanely protagonist.
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ViralAeon rated it
February 6, 2019
Status: Completed
Holy Mother of Premium Fudge Monkeys!!!

In a phrase, that's why you should read this... and all the way through, too! The first arc really doesn't do justice to how beautiful this novel is.

I actually really struggled through the 1st arc, so I think I just decided to skim it... Then I got to the second arc and I became full on intrigued by this novel and could not put it down at all!! It's smart, brilliant, connects all the way around, it's emotionally stimulating, exhilarating, and it has many depths!

So... more>> please, don't judge it by the first arc!

(edit) just reread the first arc, and I really don't dislike it as much. I honestly pity the ML because his trust issues run way too deep and he paid the price because of it. The first arc is definitely good, just the ending is tragic, for both the MC and the ML... just saying. End of edit.

Our MC isn't completely brilliant, but he's no idiot! He's an actor through and through and so he understands people through and through... He is not all around gifted and can do absolutely everything from cooking to hacking to fighting to knitting. He enters the world and then becomes a better, non-slag version of that person to the best of his ability. So basically there's a lot of impromptu acting and even BS-ing his way through some issues.

ML is an extreme yandere and full of skepticism... You can imagine how hard of a time the MC is having just trying to clear his name. While most may find the ML unpleasant, he does get better... sort of. The MC is able to match him more! Anyway, everything is explained in the final arc, but not immediately, takes some time. But ML's character and MC's circumstances eventually make sense! It's a great read! I swear!

My only complaint... the first arc. It doesn't really capture the reader and it has a pretty disturbing end... poor MC!

But don't let some evil 1st arc prevent you from reading! it's spectacular!

God Speed Readers!!! <<less
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March 21, 2019
Status: Completed
Dont why I only found out about this rn. Read it in one sitting. AND I TOTALLY LOVE IT!! Super cute and lovable, I love how the characters were made
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darlingv rated it
June 1, 2019
Status: Completed
It's good but it's just not great. I enjoyed reading it because some of the arcs were just heartbreaking and frankly I'm a sucker for tragic endings!
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Yakumomo rated it
December 12, 2018
Status: c17
Just found this one and already falling in love for it.

I've just read the first arc and I just love how the ML not just falling in love to MC right after MC transmigrate to the body. It's new for me (spesically in world hopping).

Can't wait to read more~~
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Do Him
Do Him rated it
August 17, 2019
Status: Completed
Google translated the entire thing and that's saying something I guess.

A lot of reviews don't usually talk about the gongs so imma do it for yall. The gongs personality keeps changing as we go to different worlds. Its not crazy inconsistent though and they all share very similar personality traits. They are always in positions of power and are super capable. They're also typically tall and handsome. In each world they're undeniably possessive of the shou but I think their really crazy side isnt exposed/explored very well cuz the shou... more>> stays obediently by the gongs side to cultivate feelings. There is also a lack of (powerful) external forces/ competitors for the shou that try to tear them apart. (Which I personally think is a pity cuz I wanted to see a more deranged gong 🙂)

I actually quite liked the shou? He was spoiled and childish in a surprisingly endearing way. He isn't very smart or OP so to speak but he handles the missions in an acceptable manner. It does help that the gong just seems to instinctively fall for him in every world thus making the mission to cultivate goodwill easier.


Spoiler-ish? I guess?

I initially thought the shou was faking his childishness because of the whole memory loss thing in the second arc because his child- like nature isn't very apparent in the first arc. The first world consisted more of him getting used to things and freaking out for the most part. I thus couldn't get a feel of what he was really like in the first world.

Later on as he goes to different worlds it turns out that him 'faking' having a child's IQ in the second arc is actually the closest to his innate personality. And its what he continues with even in the other worlds because the original slag shou's don't solidify their personalities in front of the gong therefore making the character flexible. He thus just acts out his part with his own personality.

It was just something I didn't really expect? In a good way too I guess. Because that means the gong actually fell in love with a very real/candid version of him and that kinda pleases me for some reason😗


The story in itself is not a bad read but it kinda fell short for me?I guess its just cuz I really like all that drama and angst. I live vicariously off good dogblood. And the story just doesnt have that much drama to it. It was very smooth sailing. And the angst is super minimal. It isn't even there tbh. At least not for me. (I wanted a lot more. There was so much potential😔)

I personally really like the aftermath of the ghost king arc. That was kinda sad in the nicest way. (Anticipate it👌) <<less
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ResidentialPsycho rated it
August 11, 2019
Status: c34
This is an interesting, tragic transmigration series. The MC has a believable personality and is an excellent actor. He gets involved in plenty of drama as he tries to make the ML for each world fall in love with him. Once he does so, the corpse he's possessing then passes away for good, leaving the ML feeling desolate, lonely, and full of regret. The ML deserves to feel this way, so I don't pity him.

Character depth is great, and all of the characters are realistic and have their own personalities... more>> and things they hold dear, including the side-characters. Unlike many series of similar genres, the side-characters are all fleshed-out and distinctive. Each role the MC acts out has distinct personalities, behaviors, and preferences as well. The ML deserves to feel guilt and regret because he is a scumbag in at least the first two arcs. He deserves all of this emotional torment.


The first arc ends as a r*pe romance. R*pe is not romantic. If you cared about someone even a little, you wouldn't use such a degrading means to torture and demean them, making them feel such trauma regarding something that is supposed to connect people. This treatment will only leave the victim to loathe and fear the rapist. R*pe should be treated as r*pe. After the MC struggles to defend himself and is violated against all of his screams and protests, he says it felt good? Like, what the hell, author? Fortunately, the MC dies after this, which makes the ML become psychotic with necrophiliac tendencies and destroys the ML's life.

Like I said, the ML deserves every single drop of anguish he gets.

The second arc doesn't involve r*pe. Other reviewers mentioned that, while the first arc is distasteful, later arcs are better. So far, this is true. The second arc starts off with the MC essentially being a prisoner and hostage. Once a romantic relationship develops between the two, things change.


The setting of each world doesn't go into extreme depth and detail, but it isn't overly light either. It has a nice balance of giving the reader the important information without adding tons of superfluous information or giving them too little to understand the situation.

Aside from the first arc, I'm rather optimistic and looking forward to how this goes. <<less
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Ouryuu Zeno rated it
May 25, 2019
Status: Completed
One of the few world Hopping novels I was able to read whole way through mtl, and it was worth it. The MC is cute and knows his sh*t and acts really well, but he also has his limits and that's appreciable.

ML has growth and the overall relationship is gradual but sparkful. Its a couple worth rooting for.

Story wise its very gripping and unique, I would reread this couple more times honestly.
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elvira12 rated it
April 1, 2019
Status: Completed
This is a very good novel. It was heart breaking at first, but it was bitter sweet then fluffy to the end. I love how both MC and ML characters grew together. Finding love and what is most important.
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