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Three New Korean Drama Series Including Tale Of The Nine Tailed, All Of Which Are Exclusive To Viu For 60 Days

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Viu, a leading pan-regional OTT video service from PCCW media group, presents its exciting Korean content for October that features seven highly anticipated drama series guaranteed to keep Viu-ers entertained throughout the entire month. These titles are: Tale of the Nine Tailed, 18 Again and More Than Friends. This month’s Korean content slate proves to be one of the most exciting yet, so keep your eyes peeled for these series’ release dates!

The first show to look out for would be the highly anticipated fantasy mystery drama Tale of the Nine Tailed, which premiered on Viu on October 8. Tale of Nine Tailed tells the story of Ji Ah (Jo Bo Ah), the sole survivor and witness of a car accident when she was nine years old, in which she lost her parents and their bodies were never recovered. Twenty years later, Ji Ah becomes a TV producer of a documentary specializing in tracking down mysterious and unsolved crimes. When she covers a case about a bus accident, she recognizes a man whom she saw at the scene of her own car accident 20 years ago and goes looking for him. When she finally meets him, the encounter leads to an unexpected and mystical twist of fate. The star-studded cast features the highly prolific and popular actor Lee Dong Wook, the up-and-coming actress Jo Bo Ah who bagged multiple awards for her performance in Goodbye to Goodbye, and the Boys Over Flowers star Kim Bum who will be appearing in his first project since returning from the military.

The next show K-drama lovers can look forward to is More Than Friends, which will debut on Viu this coming October 21. The series follows Lee Soo (Ong Seong Wu), a confident and handsome photographer, who has been good friends with Kyung Woo Yeong (Shin Ye Eun) for a decade. They both discover over time they have been harbouring feelings for each other through the years of their friendship, and the pair take turns having one-sided feelings for each other. Can these friends eventually come together as a couple?

Be sure to catch these and many more thrilling shows coming up this October on Viu!

Viu-ers can watch these series and movies on the Viu app which can be downloaded for free on App Store, Google Play, and selected smart TVs, as well as on the web at www.viu.com.

Note that shows may have different availability and release dates in the respective markets.

New titles for your Viu’ing pleasure:


18 Again (October 21)

Synopsis: Jung Da Jung is married to 37-year-old Hong Dae Young and they have a pair of children. Unfortunately, Hong Dae Young loses his job and his wife is disappointed and decides to divorce him. Suddenly, his body changes into that of an 18-year-old person, while his mind is still that of his 37-year-old self. As a teenager, Hong Dae Young was a popular student and excellent basketball player. With his regained 18-year-old body, he changes his name and begins to lead a new life.

Why watch:

  • From the PD behind the heart-warming drama Go Back Couple
  • Remake of Zac Efron’s 2009 film 17 Again

Tale of The Nine Tailed (October 8)

Synopsis: Ji Ah (Jo Bo Ah) is the sole survivor and witness of a car accident when she was nine years old, in which she lost her parents and their bodies were never recovered. Twenty years later, Ji Ah becomes a TV producer of a documentary specializing in tracking down mysterious and unsolved crimes. When she covers a case about a bus accident, she recognizes a man whom she saw at the scene of her own car accident 20 years ago and goes looking for him. The encounter leads to an unexpected and mystical twist of fate.

Cast: Lee Dong Wook, Jo Bo Ah, Kim Bum

Why watch:

  • Helmed by the highly prolific and popular actor Lee Dong Wook
  • Kim Bum’s first drama since his return from the military
  • By the same PD & scriptwriter team of OCN’s Children of a Lesser God

More Than Friends (October 21)

Synopsis: Lee Soo (Ong Seong Wu), a confident and handsome photographer, has been good friends with Kyung Woo Yeong (Shin Ye Eun) for a decade. They both discover over time they have been harbouring feelings for each other through the years of their friendship, and the pair take turns having one-sided feelings for each other. Can these friends eventually come together as a couple?

Cast: Ong Seong Wu, Shin Ye Eun, Kim Dong Jun

Why watch:

  • PD Choi Sung Bun produces the highly popular youth drama My ID is Gangnam Beauty.

 

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