‘Modern dance major, huh.’
It was an answer that was outside his expectations, but it didn’t matter.
“Nothing. I just thought you’d be a student at a police academy. Or a police science major, at least.”
Seol Jihu let out a laugh before replying. He then let out a long sigh and started to think while clasping both hands together and rubbing his thumbs.
He knew what she was getting at. The problem was whether it was possible or not.
Silence fell again.
Only the howling of the killer they had thrown outside the backdoor could be heard. While Seol Jihu’s face grew more solemn as he fell deeper into his thoughts, Eun Yuri gently waved her hand.
“It was just my opinion. There’s no need to do it if it’s too difficult.”
“No, that’s not it.”
Seol Jihu shook his head.
“It’s not a bad plan. If it works, it’s good for us, and if it doesn’t… well, it won’t be without any risks, but I think I can manage.”
“The problem is whether it’s possible or not… I’ve actually also been summoned from Earth, so all my artifacts and equipment were left behind in Paradise.”
After saying so, Seol Jihu organized his thoughts.
According to the Diary of an Unknown Survivor, they managed to successfully catch another killer after killing the first one. From the contents of this entry, it wasn’t likely that the difficulty of the Tutorial would suddenly rise to an impossible level even if they killed off one of them.
It was probably correct to assume that the remaining killers gradually increased in strength...