tvN's Tale Of The Nine-Tailed have finally quenched the fans' excitement after it premiered on October 7 with the cast's magical charisma that pushed viewers to the edge of their seats. Now, let's recap why you are getting hooked with the drama and discover hints on the episodes' exciting events to come.

The drama Tale of the Nine-Tailed is about a male gumiho (a mythical nine-tailed fox) named Yi Yeon (played by Lee Dong Wook) who has settled in the city. And Nam Ji Ah (played by Jo Bo Ah), the fearless producing director who is determined to track him down—at the same time, playing as Yi Rang is Kim Bum, half-brother of Yi Yeon, and the child of a human and a gumiho.

Here are the three reasons to watch Tale of the Nine-Tailed!

Magnificent Director And Writer

The story of the "Tale of the Nine-Tailed" is unique since, unlike past dramas about gumihos, it follows the story of a male gumiho. Teaming up for this mythical project is director Kang Shin Hyo and writer Han Woo Ri.

Kang Shin Hyo was known for his excellent directing in hit dramas such as Midas, Tazza, and Heirs. And after working together on the drama Children of a Lesser God. He has joined Han Woo Ri once again for Tale of the Nine-Tailed. With the duo's reunion, fans look forward to what they are about to offer to the viewers.

The Unique Chemistry And Perfect Casting

Fans have been highly anticipating for the kick-off of the drama since the first announcement of the cast. The good-looking Lee Dong Wook will be transforming into the gumiho Yi Yeon. At the same time, turning into a perfect "girl crush," Nam Ji Ah is Jo Bo Ah. Meanwhile, Kim Bum as Yi Yeon's half brother, Yi Rang, has hinted at an impressive performance.

With these prolific actors' lineup, viewers can look forward to what kind of chemistry they will offer as they take on interesting new characters who are hiding the truth about their identities.

The Well-Planned Visuals Of The Drama

The scenes of the Tale of the Nine-Tailed will undoubtedly be satisfying to the eyes. The CGI team behind the 2018 film The Witch, WYSIWYG Studios, has taken the upcoming drama to the next level. Also creating exciting action scenes are martial arts director Park Joo Chun. His work can be seen in the drama series Gunman in Joseon and Incomplete Life. By making the scenes visually pleasing, viewers will experience how mythical characters transform into everyday people.

According to the drama's production team, Tale of The Nine Tailed is a good source of a good story, actions, visuals, and fun." It's a drama that'll be raging with high energy and excitement in every episode."

Watch out for the exciting next episode of Tale of the Nine-Tailed tonight at 10:30 p.m. on tvN.