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

Actress Park Joo-hyun revealed that he attended an action school for ‘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.

Park Joo-hyun took on the role of Oh Bong-yi, a tough high school 3rd student who does not have sports such as martial arts and jiu-jitsu.

Park Joo-hyun said, “I like to exercise on a regular basis. I like dynamic exercise such as riding a bicycle, swimming, playing tennis, etc.”

‘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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