Call me the Devil, a tale that weaves the supernatural into the fabric of modern life,
introduces Hyeonshin, a devil adapting to the contemporary world, thriving on the Deadly Sin, Pride. In the bustling realm of a plastic surgeon, egos abound—providing an ample feast for Hyeonshin’s insatiable appetite.
However, a peculiar challenge surfaces: a deep-rooted aversion to blood stemming from past traumas. A glimmer of hope emerges in the vivacious Ina, whose eyes possess a mysterious quality that mitigates Hyeonshin’s condition. Striking a deal, he agrees to perform surgery on her, provided she aids in his
“blood tolerance experiments” amid the chaos of his busy clinic.
Navigating through their contrasting personalities and disruptions from devil coworkers, Hyeonshin’s path to recovery seems elusive. The narrative unfolds as a delicate dance between the devil and the human,
intertwined with the complexities of their desires and ambitions.
Within the pages of this manga, Call me the Devil delves into the extraordinary partnership of Hyeonshin and Ina,
exploring the uncharted territories where the supernatural collides with human endeavors. As the story unfolds, readers are drawn into a world where egos clash, deals are struck, and the pursuit of desires becomes a captivating journey of discovery.
Transitioning seamlessly between moments of tension and camaraderie, Call me the Devil invites manga enthusiasts into a realm where the boundaries between the supernatural and reality blur. Will the devil and human find common ground, or will their differences prove insurmountable? The answer lies within the intricate narrative that explores the dynamics of an otherworldly partnership against the backdrop of a bustling modern clinic.