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Lee Dong Wook, Kim Bum, And Hwang Hee Unexpectedly Assist Take Care Of A Child In “Story Of The 9-Tailed 1938”

tvN’s “Story of the 9-Tailed 1938” dropped new stills forward of the upcoming episode!

“Story of the 9-Tailed 1938” is a sequel to the hit 2020 drama “Story of the 9-Tailed,” which instructed the story of the male gumiho (legendary nine-tailed fox) Yi Yeon (Lee Dong Wook) within the current day. Nevertheless, within the new sequel, he unexpectedly finds himself again in 1938, and he embarks on an eventful journey in his quest to return to the current.


Within the earlier episode, Yi Yeon confronted nice disaster when he was cursed by a spirit of a younger youngster, however he was capable of undo the curse by remembering the kid’s identify. Moreover, Yi Rang (Kim Bum) and Goo Shin Joo (Hwang Hee) had been saved regardless of practically drowning because of the red-and-white masked man, who was beforehand revealed to be Cheon Moo Younger (Ryu Kyung Soo).

The newly launched stills depict Yi Yeon, Yi Rang, and Goo Shin Joo strolling the streets collectively whereas trying misplaced as to what to do. Moreover, Goo Shin Joo is pushing a child stroller in entrance of him, making them fairly an unlikely trio. Within the upcoming episode, the three will in some way find yourself having to lift an deserted child.

Extra stills depict Yi Yeon and Yi Rang taking a look at peace, smiling brightly whereas being absorbed with taking part in with bubbles. Nevertheless, hazard nonetheless lurks, and viewers are curious to see if the three will be capable to safely increase the infant.

The manufacturing crew shared, “Yi Yeon’s wrestle to guard the kid will unfold.” They added, “The rationale why the red-and-white masked man introduced Yi Yeon to 1938 and what he’s after may also be revealed.”

The subsequent episode of “The Story of the 9-Tailed 1938” will air on Could 14 at 9:20 p.m. KST.

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