To Face The Tiger unfolds the tale of Baekseon, a god ruling the mountains,
and Jaechun, a mountain girl with magical powers. As they embark on a journey, Jaechun serves Baekseon, harboring a clandestine desire for his mystical skin. Trust is elusive between them, yet they share a common pursuit—the special leopard, a creature believed to steal lives.
In this manga narrative, To Face The Tiger delves into the complex dynamic between god and mortal, master and servant. Transitioning seamlessly between mystical landscapes, the visual storytelling captures the nuances of their uneasy alliance. Each panel paints a vivid picture of Jaechun’s conflicting emotions, torn between servitude
and coveting the very essence of her divine companion.
As the story unfolds, themes of trust, desire,
and the pursuit of mythical creatures weave through the tapestry of the plot. The manga explores the enigmatic nature of the special leopard, a symbol of life’s fragility and the quest for transcendence. The rhythmic cadence of the narrative draws readers into a world where gods
and mortals navigate a delicate dance of power and vulnerability.
To Face The Tiger invites manga enthusiasts to immerse themselves in a story where every glance, every action, holds layers of meaning. The suspenseful pursuit of the mystical leopard propels the characters into a realm where motives are shrouded, and alliances are tested. With each turn of the page, the manga beckons readers to confront the intricacies of desire, trust, and the elusive nature of mythical creatures that linger in the shadows.