[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]
“Have I loved her?”
“Mouse” Lee Seung-gi gives the play a new sense of tension with a “panic awkward two-shot” that is confused by the reality of the unknown emotions he feels toward Kyung Soo-jin.
In the last 8 episodes of tvN’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “Mouse” (playwright Choi Ran/director Choi Joon-bae/production High Ground, studio Invictus), Jung Bae-reum (Lee Seung-gi) was embarrassed by unfamiliar memories and changes in her own behavior after brain surgery. Jung Ba-reum was shocked to find out that the doctor who operated on her brain was none other than Han Seo-joon (Ahn Jae-wook), and said, “Did you transplant the killer’s brain into my head?”
In this regard, in the ninth episode of “Mouse,” which will air at 10:30 p.m. on the 31st, two shots of Lee Seung-gi and Kyung Soo-jin facing each other in an awkward atmosphere will be drawn.
In the drama, Jung Ba-reum meets Choi Hong-joo (played by Kyung Soo-jin) in front of the police station. Jung Ba-reum, who was coming out of the west, finds Choi Hong-joo and stops to watch for a while, approaches carefully and stands in front of Choi Hong-joo. Jung Ba-reum seems to continue a few words of conversation with Choi Hong-joo, but she is in a hurry and does not meet her eyes properly, while Choi Hong-joo silently watches Jung Ba-reum’s actions.
Jung Ba-reum suffered from severe headaches that came suddenly after brain surgery and memories of the past that she did not know. Attention is focusing on why Jung Ba-reum suddenly felt unprecedented emotions toward Choi Hong-joo and whether he can find out the reality of “sick feelings” expressed by Jung Ba-reum.
Lee Seung-gi and Kyung Soo-jin, who have been filming together for the first time in a long time, greeted each other happily as soon as they saw each other and continued to talk about their works, raising the temperature of the scene.
And even during rehearsals, he showed sincere passion by directing the director without showing signs of exhaustion. Also, he was impressed with his perfect acting breathing, which expresses cool tension by detecting changes felt in each other at the same time as the sound of shots.
The production team said, “It is interesting not only to track down the new series of murders, but also to see Jung Ba-reum uncovering real secrets related to brain surgery,” adding, “Please keep paying attention to whether Jung Ba-reum will be able to find out the real things of unfamiliar memories.”
Meanwhile, the ninth episode of tvN’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “Mouse” will air at 10:30 p.m. on May 31.
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