Lee Seung Gi And Park Ju Hyun Share A Comforting Meal Together In “Mouse”

Mouse” has released new stills of a warm interaction between Lee Seung Gi and Park Ju Hyun!

tvN’s “Mouse” is about an innocent and upright young man named Jung Ba Reum (Lee Seung Gi) and a hardened detective named Go Moo Chi (Lee Hee Joon) who believes in nothing but revenge against the serial killer who murdered his parents. The two team up to track down an evil predator who is called the “top 1 percent of psychopaths.” Park Ju Hyun plays troublesome high school student Oh Bong Yi who is talented in various types of martial arts.

Ahead of episode three, tvN released new photos of Jung Ba Reum and Oh Bong Yi sharing a meal of ox bone soup at a restaurant, with Jung Ba Reum carefully taking care of Oh Bong Yi. As he pours her rice into her soup for her, Oh Bong Yi looks away and shyly smiles, showing her appreciation for Jung Ba Reum. They look close and appear to be engaging in warm conversation, contrasting their cold previous encounters.

However, Jung Ba Reum is soon after looking shocked and wide-eyed at a comment that Oh Bong Yi makes. Viewers can look forward to finding out what happened to ruin their warm moment so quickly.

Spoilers

In the previous episode, Jung Ba Reum came face-to-face with resident Sung Yo Han (Kwon Hwa Woon) after his best friend Na Chi Kook (Lee Seo Joon) got into an accident. Oh Bong Yi also fell into a panic after hearing a news story about the release of a sexual assault criminal, revealing her trauma. The truth of their pasts will slowly unravel, as well as the reveal of who Jae Hoon is, who previously mentioned that he was a predator.

The producers shared, “Lee Seung Gi and Park Ju Hyun are actors with a good relationship in real life, as well as good chemistry in the drama, so they always make the atmosphere on set feel bright and happy. Please check out this week’s broadcast where the two characters will showcase their awkward yet friendly relationship.”

Episode 3 of “Mouse” airs March 10 at 10:30 p.m. KST.

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