It’s confirmed! K-drama lovers, your favourite drama ‘Tale of The Nine-Tailed’ is renewed for Season 2 & 3.
When the show first aired on 7 October 2020, fans fell in love with the on-screen chemistry between Lee Dong-Wook (as Lee Yeon), and Jo Bo-ah (as Nam Ji-ah).
About the show
Tale of The Nine-Tailed is a South Korean drama series created by Studio Dragon and is helmed by Kang Shin-Hyo alongside Jo Nam-Hyung. While Park Jin-Hyung and Park Seung-Woo serve as the producers.
The story is quite fascinating enough to intrigue the viewers to witness the romance between a 1000-year-old Nine-Tailed Gumiho who falls in love with a human. Indeed, this drama quickly became the talk of the town and it was a massive success. Ever since the drama ended, fans have been demanding for the hit drama to make a comeback with a new season and guess what? Fans’ wishes have been granted. We’re not just getting a second season but the third one as well. Let’s fill you up with the deets!
Will the second and third seasons air back to back?
No. The second season will be released first and then filming for the third season will begin.
On September 27, JTBC announced the renewal to produce seasons 2 & 3 of the hit drama ‘Tale of The Nine-Tailed.’ As per reports, the production team were already in discussions about possible future seasons when the drama just started airing and was wrapped. Finally, the confirmation news was out about two new seasons to be produced. However, the official release date is not out yet for both seasons but the second season likely will arrive in early or mid-2023.
The Upcoming Cast Of ‘Tale of The Nine-Tailed’ Season 2 and 3
Unfortunately, the female lead Jo Bo-Ah who played the lovely Nam Ji-ah won’t be returning in the upcoming seasons.
The production team confirmed they have commenced their casting process to cast a new actress who’ll take the place of the female lead.
Two New Faces Have Been Cast for The Upcoming Second Season
Reportedly, the actress replacing Jo Bo-ah is none other than Kim So Yeon (Penthouse) who will be joining actor Lee Dong Wook and Kim Bum as one of the main characters in the upcoming second season of ‘Tale of the Nine Tailed’, portraying the role of an “unparalleled beauty” Ryu Hong Joo, and is the possessor of Myoyeongak, one of the finest diner in Gyeongseong. She is also one of the four main mountain Gods who governed the Korean Peninsula along with Lee Yeon (Lee Dong Wook).
Aside from Kim Seo Yeon another new cast member joining is Ryu Kyung Soo (Hellbound), who will play the role role of an unrivaled doctor Cheon Moo Young who is even capable of reviving the dead.
Ryu Kyung Soo told, “I’m looking forward to joining the interesting world. Cheon Moo Young is a very three-dimensional figure, so I think it is a difficult but big challenge. I will do my best to showcase good results.”
The male leads Lee Dong-Wook and Kim Bum will be reprising their roles as Lee Yeon and Lee Rang respectively in the forthcoming season.
Kim Bum stated, “I’m so very happy to work together [on the drama] following Season 1, which I poured a lot of affection into. Please highly anticipate the upcoming ‘Tale of the Nine-Tailed 1938’ and Yi Rang.”
In the supporting roles, it includes Kim Jung-nan, Hwang Hee, Kim Soo-jin. Kim Yong-Ji, Ahn Gil-Kang, Lee Tae-Ri, Jung Si-Yul and many more.
‘Tale of The Nine-Tailed’ Season 2 and 3: What To Expect?
It’s not revealed whether the upcoming seasons will continue the story from the first season but according to reports, the second season will be set during the Japanese Colonial era, while the third season will take place in Sageuk territory and then return to the Joseon period.
It’s also confirmed that both seasons 2 and 3 will have a total of 10 episodes. Main cast Lee Dong Wook and Kim Bum will once again reunite with director Lee Sang-Hee.
Tale of the Nine-Tailed season 2 is slated for 2023.
As of now, there’s been no update concerning seasons 2 & 3 of Tale of the Nine-Tailed. The makers have not revealed the plot details as well but once production begins, we might get some updates. Until then, wait patiently. (Updated 13/12/2022)