link: https://www.novelupdates.com/series/moons-labyrinth C2: I wonder if he'll use his power from the prologue to punish the people that did whatever it was they did to him. It feels like he won't, but its hard to say right now. C3: If her parents are rich, and he still thought she loved him, then why didn't he try to go to them to help him in his lawsuit against his faux-friend? C4: I really, really hope he kills them both, or if not both of them, then at least her. C6: I'm really not clear on why he's not more homicidal. It would be quite easy for him to kill his wife and her parents and then use his daughter's inheritance to pay off his debts. Well, physically speaking. Mentally speaking his moral qualms might be outweighing his desire to protect and uplift his daughter. That aside, why would he get a job working construction? He ran a very successful company by the sounds of it. Even if it failed, his record of success up to that point should be enough to land him a job with one of Jaeho's competitors. He'd also have a much better shot at paying off the debt and/or getting revenge on Jaeho. C8: I get the feeling that the new girl is supposed to be the FL, but she's young enough to be the MC's daughter, or close enough that it would still be cradle robbing. That aside, if she wants to help, she can just give the MC a job. It shouldn't be hard for her to at least get him an interview with her family's company. C11: I'm surprised he still has insurance. Though, since he had insurance, I wonder why he didn't get his heart checked out sooner. That aside, if he's first gen, I wonder if that means his daughter will be a second gen. Am I the only one that was half expecting Jiyoon to be one of the interns? C13: I wonder if Jaeho has heard about his sudden windfall yet, and if he's used his connections to make life harder for the MC. I can't imagine it'll be good for him to have so deeply offended a Connector after all. If nothing else, it'd likely damage his chances of inheriting the company. C16: That was hardly a compelling argument for why he should risk his life and his daughter's future. C17: So, what's to stop him from taking her deal and then never even bothering to try to fulfill his end of it? C18: Why wouldn't the contracts include clauses that required paying back the full cost of all the resources she'd invested in them if they wanted to break the contract? Also, why wouldn't she try to hire a few Connectors to actually earn money to fund her true objective? And support staff to ease her burden? C20: Why didn't he hire a nanny? It would be infinitely better than leaving her home alone. Kids that age can easily injure themselves severely. C21: This series feels like its taking a really, really long time to get to the point. Does the pacing ever pick up?