[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]
“Go-Jung couple two shots are always right!”
“Mouse” Lee Seung-gi and Lee Hee-joon are enthusiastic about their “sweet and salty brochemy,” which is warm but suddenly cool.
In the 13th episode of tvN’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “Mouse” (playwright Choi Ran/director Choi Joon-bae/production High Ground, studio Invictus), when Jung Ba-areum (played by Lee Seung-gi) tried to kill Go Moo-chi(Lee Jae-sik), the real culprit of the water-based serial murder, the ending took place just before he visited the scene.
Above all, “Mouse” Lee Seung-gi and Lee Hee-joon are getting positive reviews for “breaking the life-crazy” by engaging in characters with complex emotional lines and performing unrivaled enthusiasm in each episode. Furthermore, even though they struggle with each other due to the nature of the drama, they are raising the fun of the work by shining a magical brokemmy that solves the case by keeping hands and feet together. In a related development, Lee Seung-gi and Lee Hee-joon, who are generating moral pride, gathered the moment when they exploded their brochemy with a dazzling two-shot that makes them happy just by looking at it.
■ Go-Jung Brochemy Explosion #1. Two Men’s Business! Charisma explosion Buddy chemistry!
Jung Ba-reum and Ko Min-chi are working on various violent incidents by demonstrating their unrivaled sense of superior investigation. In particular, after brain surgery, Jung Ba-reum showed off her completely different investigative skills “as if she had entered and came out of her psychopath’s head,” and showed a brilliant performance that pointed out the clues that even veteran Go Moo-chi missed. The scene of the two arriving at the scene of the incident and matching the puzzles of the incident one by one is giving a thrilling catharsis and genre material pleasure.
■ Go-Jung Broke Me Explosion #2. The opposite is more attractive! Fighting fighting chemistry!
Jung Ba-reum, who has a foolish and pure charm, and Go Moo-chi’s characteristics make people keep their eyes on the opposite drama chemistry. In particular, Jung Ba-reum often felt jealous of the friendly behavior of Ko Min-chi, who felt sorry for Oh Bong-yi (Park Joo-hyun) and suffered from the violent instinct that came unexpectedly after brain surgery, but failed to control it and knocked down Ko Min-chi. Above all, the last broadcast, when Jung Ba-reum, who awakened his instinct for murder, tried to kill Lee Jae-sik, Go Moo-chi came to the scene, raising tension whether it will find out that the real culprit who killed Kang Deok-soo after Woo Hyung-chul.
■ Go-Jung Brochemy Explosion Moment #3. Eye Smiling Explosion Skinship Strong chemistry!
Even though the two were quarreling, they changed into a tough mode as if they had a fight when, creating a happy smile.
The two, who were reunited about a year after Jung Boreum’s accident, recognized each other at a glance, ran first, hugged each other, and welcomed each other, and sat face to face at the table the day after Jung Boreum knocked down Go Moo-chi. If something happens to each other, the extraordinary strong chemistry is drawing enthusiastic support from viewers as they worry and feel sorry for each other more than anyone else.
The production team said, “Both Lee Seung-gi and Lee Hee-joon are fully understanding the character’s situation and performing excellent performances without any other directions,” adding, “Please look forward to future stories about whether the two will be able to continue their best friend mode or vice versa.”
Meanwhile, the 14th episode of tvN’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “Mouse” will air at 10:30 p.m. on the 21st.
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