‘Mouse’ Lee Seung-gi and Park Joo-hyun capture two shots

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

“The end of the cliff, the silent consolation of the company.”

A silent two-shot of “Mouse” Lee Seung-gi and Park Joo-hyun walking together on a dark night road sharing warmth has been released.

In the fifth episode of tvN’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “Mouse” (playwright Choi Ran/director Choi Joon-bae/production High Ground, studio Invictus), Predator killed Ko Min-won (played by Lee Hee-joon) and sent a shocking ending message, saying, “I’m Shin.” In this regard, in the sixth episode of “Mouse,” which will be broadcast on the 18th, Lee Seung-gi and Park Joo-hyun will evoke dark emotions with their affectionate two-shot walking on a dark road together as if they gave unspoken comfort to each other.

In the drama, Jung Ba-reum (Lee Seung-gi) is walking in an deserted alley carrying Oh Bong-yi (Park Joo-hyun). Jung Ba-reum walks trudgingly, looking forward without saying a word, and Oh Bong-yi, who has a bandage on her hand, is on his back with a sad expression as if he will shed tears at any moment.

Oh Bong-yi, who lost her father’s rubber circle, who was worried and cared for her after only one grandmother, feels warm as if her face is buried in Jung Ba-reum’s back. It is also raising anxiety over whether another incident happened as Jung Bae-reum was caught answering someone’s phone and making a serious face after walking around Oh Bong-yi.

Although he made an ambitious plan to use the pride of the previous broadcast and rubbery Predator to make a decisive mistake, Predator completely upset everyone’s expectations by making a catchy counterattack as if he had already read everything. Above all, he brutally hurt Go Mu-chi’s older brother Go Mu-won by accusing him of not “rage” and laughing at everyone with the words “I’m God.” It raises questions about how far Predator’s hands, which drove all the innocent to the brink, will reach, and why Oh Bong-yi was seriously injured and carried on Jung Ba-reum’s back.

In other words, Lee Seung-gi and Park Joo-hyun gained sincerity by studying scenes together throughout the filming preparation to express the situation as real as possible, losing all their fighting spirit after a storm. In addition, Park Joo-hyun was sorry that it would be hard for Lee Seung-gi to carry him on his back several times to shoot from various angles, and Lee Seung-gi felt confident by saying that he was okay. When the camera lit up, the two did a great job of sharing their emotions without any particular lines, and Lee Seung-gi warmed the hearts of those who saw Park Joo-hyun as a caring aspect of landing safely when the cut was heard.

The production team said, “In the last 5th episode, Predator’s shocking ending with a complete counterattack has led to a series of viewers’ reactions that they have fallen into a mental breakdown.” In the sixth episode, which will air today, another unexpected twist will be delivered as well,” and “The two showed their acting skills to convey the sunken feelings without any special lines or actions.” Today’s episode also brings interesting stories,” he said, raising expectations.

Meanwhile, the sixth episode of tvN’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “Mouse” will air at 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

shinye@mk.co.kr

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