Lee Dong-wook, Kim So-yeon, Kim Bum, and Ryu Kyung-soo are the main cast members of the 2023 South Korean television series Tale of the Nine-Tailed 1938. The show is both a prelude to the plot of the first season of Tale of the Nine Tailed and its second season for the 2020 television show. It was shown on tv on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:20 (KST) from May 6 to June 11, 2023. Additionally, it can be streamed in some areas on Amazon Prime Video and on TVING in South Korea.
Tale of The Nine Tailed Ending Explained
The start of the end We carry on from last week, when three gunshots were heard. Naturally, Ji Ah is still alive and well, and it was her who fired the final two shots—into Um Hyo Sup, the Butler. More precisely, Jimoogi (the Imoogi-possessed Ji Ah) fires because the first bullet wounded her neck and caused blood to flow. Jimoogi looks at a terrified Jae Hwan (Kim Kang Min), who regrettably watches the entire incident, after she kills the Butler. Ji Ah is going to shoot him until Sae Rom (Jung Yi Seo) gives her a slap to bring her back to reality.
Sae Rom showed a lot of courage by slapping this strong person, and it makes me appreciate her even more. There’s no denying that she’s the one we should have spent more time with. Since Rang (Kim Bum) was the one who dispatched The Butler to her residence, Ji Ah (Jo Bo Ah) goes to thank Rang for his “present.” Ji Ah receives information about Yeon’s suicide plan—jumping into the Samdo River—from Rang. Then, knowing that Yeon would never be able to harm her, Ji Ah begs Rang to murder her if she ever does.
On this understanding, the two shake hands, but Rang, the spoiled manchild, shakes hands in place of him with a Transformer/Gundam toy! It’s time to part ways. Yeon commences the emotional outburst by bidding farewell to Shin Joo (Hwang Hee). He requests that Shin Joo look after Ji Ah and Rang and that they establish a family with the “necklace thief.” He even has a pre-wedding gift — an apartment — planned for him. Yeon tells Shin Joo, in tears, that his previous master stole an egg from his noodle dish, which is why he took him in all those years ago. Yeon also adores the eggs.
Before we saw Yeon and Rang eating dinner together and Rang asking for the egg, this brief encounter would have seemed weird. Again demonstrating his love for his brother, Yeon lets Rang take it in stride. The hits don’t stop coming because it turns out that Rang is aware of Yeon’s infatuation with eggs. He most likely requested for the egg on purpose, wanting to “feel” his brother’s love and use it as a last opportunity to screw with his older sibling.
One of the best aspects of the drama is the sibling interaction, and the two have gone a long way toward mending their bond. Rang feels more comfortable letting down his guard and going back to his mischievous little brother nature the more he knows he’s loved. Ji Ah is the next person Yeon sees in his parting rounds, and the two embark on a date to the arcade.
She picks a fight with the basketball machine, and he’s terrible with claw machines. You know, typical couplet fare Ji Ah is the next person Yeon sees in his parting rounds, and the two embark on a date to the arcade. She picks a fight with the basketball machine, and he’s terrible with claw machines.
In the 2023 South Korean series “Tale of the Nine-Tailed 1938,” Ji Ah, played by Kim So-yeon, confronts the possessed Jimoogi after a violent incident. Rang, portrayed by Kim Bum, learns about Yeon’s suicidal plan and agrees to help Ji Ah. Yeon bids farewell, sharing emotional moments with Shin Joo and revealing his love for eggs. The drama’s sibling dynamics shine as Rang and Yeon reconcile before Yeon’s departure. The series aired on tvN from May 6 to June 11, 2023, and is available on Amazon Prime Video and TVING.