Lee Hee Joon Explodes With Rage As He Confronts Kim Jung Nan In “Mouse”

Tension is escalating between Lee Hee Joon and Kim Jung Nan in SBS’s “Mouse”!

“Mouse” is about an innocent and upright police officer 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 psychopathic predator.


In the last episode, Go Moo Chi learned about Han Seo Joon’s (Ahn Jae Wook‘s) wife Sung Ji Eun (Kim Jung Nan) while investigating the death of Oh Bong Yi’s grandmother (Kim Young Ok). He became certain that Han Seo Joon and Sung Ji Eun’s son Sung Yo Han (Kwon Hwa Woon) was the serial killer who killed his older brother Go Moo Won (Kim Young Jae).

Go Moo Chi shot Sung Yo Han while he was attacking Jung Ba Reum, and the two were carried to the emergency room together in a terrible state. Furthermore, when Jung Ba Reum finally woke up, he had an empty gaze as if he had become a different person, delivering a shocking ending to the viewers.

In the newly released stills, Go Moo Chi and Sung Ji Eun share a heated discussion while harboring anger and hatred towards each other after they meet in the hospital lobby. Go Moo Chi, eyes wide and veins popping, approaches Sung Ji Eun while shaking his fingers. Sung Ji Eun looks pale, and with tears in her eyes, she eventually falls to the ground, raising questions as to what Go Moo Chi could have said to her. Furthermore, viewers are curious to learn about what will happen to Jung Ba Reum and Sung Yo Han, who are standing at the crossroads of life and death.

Lee Hee Joon and Kim Jung Nan impressed the staff on set as they created a cold atmosphere and portrayed their characters’ deep emotions. Kim Jung Nan shared, “[Go Moo Chi] is a character that is very difficult to understand,” while sending endless support for Lee Hee Joon who had to portray the full weight and depth of Go Moo Chi’s complex feelings.

The production team shared, “Thanks to all the love from the viewers, we are maintaining a happy trend of achieving a new personal best in viewership ratings every episode. Sincerely, we thank you. Please look forward to the story of episode 7 in which the two actors, who make everyone on set pay attention by showcasing their great focus in every scene, portray their powerful emotional acting once again.”

The next episode of “Mouse” airs on March 24 at 10:30 p.m. KST.

In the meantime, catch up with “Mouse” on Viki below:

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