Park Ju Hyun Becomes Overwhelmed By Lee Seung Gi’s State In “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 previous episode, Jung Ba Reum and Sung Yo Han (Kwon Hwa Woon) fought violently, and Jung Ba Reum was taken to the emergency room with a serious wound. Jung Ba Reum woke up in the hospital room after narrowly escaping death, and he proceeded to take the bird Uh Bung Yi out of its cage and killed it by twisting its neck, shocking viewers in the process.
The newly released stills depict Jung Ba Reum and Oh Bong Yi (Park Ju Hyun), both who are wounded, together in the hospital room. Oh Bong Yi has come to visit Jung Ba Reum, who is lying on the bed with his head wrapped in bandages. Her eyes fill with tears while looking at Jung Ba Reum, and she puts her two hands wrapped in bandages together to send a prayer. During her prayer, Jung Ba Reum suddenly opens his eyes, and Oh Bong Yi gets emotional as she pulls him into a hug. Viewers are curious to learn what happened to Jung Ba Reum following the abrupt accident and whether he’ll be able to recover fully.
In order to portray their characters’ emotions smoothly, the two actors immersed themselves into the script, putting all their focus into acting. Lee Seung Gi realistically portrayed Jung Ba Reum’s weak state by using as little makeup as possible, and Park Ju Hyun repeated her lines and checked her movements carefully before filming. Lee Seung Gi also helped Park Ju Hyun so that she could portray her character’s tears naturally.
The production team shared, “Many viewers sent in varied opinions on the ending of episode 6, in which Lee Seung Gi made a dark transformation. In the March 24 broadcast of episode 7, the various points viewers are curious about will be resolved to a certain extent. Please anticipate it a lot.”
The next episode of “Mouse” airs on March 24 at 10:30 p.m. KST.
In the meantime, catch up with “Mouse” below: