[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]
“Would I end up being arrested?”
In front of the construction site where “Mouse” Lee Seung-gi and Lee Hee-jun are cool, a two-shot of a flesh-ice confrontation was captured looking at each other with complex emotions.
In the 10th episode of tvN’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “Mouse” (playwright Choi Ran/director Choi Joon-bae/production High Ground, Studio Invictus), Jung Ba-reum (played by Lee Seung-gi) was in a fierce physical fight with Woo Hyung-chul (played by Song Jae-hee) and the murder impulse to end.
In this regard, the 11th episode of “Mouse,” which will air at 10:30 p.m. on the 8th, depicts Lee Seung-gi and Lee Hee-jun, who were working in a hurry to solve the murder case, facing each other in an unexpected situation. Jung Ba-reum and Go Mu-chi (played by Lee Hee-jun) arrived in front of the construction site where several police cars were gathered. While the cold and stern atmosphere of the scene makes us realize the seriousness of the situation, Go Mu-chi is also getting out of the car with a dark expression and staring somewhere.
Jung Ba-reum, dressed in a suit full of ashes, walks around the scene, and sits with her hands clenched together as if she were praying with the eyes of her soul. Soon, Go Mu-chi was seen approaching and talking to Jung Ba-reum, who was expressing anxiety and nervousness with a dark expression and restless gesture, and attention is being paid to whether Jung Be-reum, who suffered from severe brain transplant, was finally taken into her own.
Lee Seung-gi and Lee Hee-jun, as in the drama, are in a relationship that boasts perfect chemistry when pretending to be real, so they are happy to see each other’s intentions and work together without making any other requests. In addition, Lee Seung-gi expressed the multi-layered aspect of Jeong Boreum, who wandered between the two egos as time went by, with eyes, breath and gestures, and Lee Hee-jun also played the embarrassment of Go Mu-chi who complained in an unexpected situation.
The production team hinted, “A more exciting mystery story will unfold from the 11th episode, when Jung Bae-reum finally failed to control impulse instincts,” and added, “At 10:30 p.m. on the 7th, a special broadcast called “Mouse: Restart” will be aired.”
Meanwhile, “Mouse”, a special broadcast of tvN’s Wednesday-Thursday drama, will air at 10:30 p.m. on the 7th and at 10:30 p.m. on the 8th (Thursday).
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