‘Mouse’ Lee Seung-gi “I was shocked by the script…I wonder if I can do well”

[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]

Actor Lee Seung-gi revealed the reason for appearing in ‘Mouse’.

On the morning of the 3rd, the production presentation of tvN’s new Wednesday and Thursday drama ‘Mouse’ (screenplay Choi Ran, director Choi Jun-bae) was held. Director Choi Joon-bae, Lee Seung-gi, Lee Hee-jun, Park Joo-hyun, and Kyung Soo-jin attended the production presentation, which was broadcast live online due to the aftermath of the spread of COVID-19.

Lee Seung-gi took on the role of Jeong Ba-reum, a new policeman at a police box who is overly kind enough to think that there is such a human being in the world, and is united with a sense of justice.

“Once I received the script, I was shocked. The impression was strong. It was very different from the previous works. I wondered if I could do this well. The script was very solid and the message I was trying to convey gave me sympathy. Couldn’t it be possible, and the process of delivering it was intense and intense, so I made a choice.” He revealed the reason for the appearance.

‘Mouse’ confronts the most vicious predator, one of the top 1 percent of psychopaths, between Jeong Ba-reum (Lee Seung-gi), a well-known young man and a neighborhood cop, and Go Mu-chi (Lee Hee-jun), a lawless detective who lost his parents to a murderer as a child and ran for revenge In the end, it is a full-fledged ‘human hunter chase drama’ depicting the appearance of the fate being turned upside down.

Choi Ran, the master of genre titles who wrote ‘God’s Gift: 14 Days’ and ‘Black’, and director Choi Jun-bae, who boasted a delicate and in-depth performance through the thriller melodrama ‘Come and Hug Me’, joined forces.

‘Mouse’ was organized into a 19-year-old audience rating in order to more convincingly explain the character of Predator, the top 1 percent of psychopaths, while expressing a more realistic screen, utilizing the characteristics of the genre and improving the completeness of the work. I finally decided to do it.

tvN’s new Wednesday and Thursday drama ‘Mouse’ will be aired for the first time at 10:30 pm on Wednesday the 3rd.

shinye@mk.co.kr

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