In this study, synthesis of a hydrogel consisted of a coordination bond network between small organic molecules and transition metals had been carried out. By adding a tackifying material to the gel, the potential of the gel to be used as an adhesive material had been also confirmed. Synthesis of the adhesive had been done with simple mixing of 3 components: tannic acid, transition metal, and polymer. The tannic acid molecule possesses multiple hydroxyl groups that can form coordination bonds with the transition metals and hydrogen bonds with the hydrophilic polymers. Due to the morphology of the metal-organic complex and polymer dispersed in water, the fabricated material exhibited high adhesiveness and cohesiveness. Optimizing the rheological property had been conducted for use in adhesive by the synthesis with varying the transition metal (Fe3+, Ti4+), polymer, and treatment conditions. Rheological measurement results demonstrate the promising potential of the material as a bio-compatible and versatile pressure-sensitive adhesive with both high adhesiveness and cohesiveness.