Watch: Lee Jong Suk’s Chaotic Life Takes An Unpredictable Turn In Teaser For Upcoming Noir Drama With YoonA
MBC’s new Friday-Saturday drama “Big Mouth” has unveiled a teaser to show an intriguing glimpse of Lee Jong Suk’s character!
“Big Mouth” is a hard-boiled noir drama about a third-rate lawyer who winds up in charge of a murder case that turns him overnight into a genius conman known as “Big Mouse.” In order to survive and protect his family, he must expose a huge conspiracy among the privileged upper classes.
Lee Jong Suk stars as Park Chang Ho, a third-rate lawyer with a 10 percent success rate who unexpectedly becomes known as the notorious conman “Big Mouse.”
The newly released teaser shows two very different sides of Park Chang Ho. At first, he seems like a clumsy lawyer who gets nagged by his wife Go Mi Ho (Girls’ Generation’s YoonA). He gets pushed around by his clients, and someone complains, “He has no skills, and he’s all mouth.”
Then somehow, he ends up in prison, and his life dramatically heads south. He constantly gets into fights with prisoners and prison guards, and he has to find a way to survive a brutal environment where mercy doesn’t exist.
When someone threatens Park Chang Ho’s family, he ends up changing completely, and the fear is long gone from his eyes. His gaze grows dark and sharp as he bravely faces someone with a gun. The caption reads, “In order to survive, you need to be the real thing,” hinting this is the beginning of Park Chang Ho becoming “Big Mouse.”
Park Chang Ho vows, “I’m going to start hunting. I’m going to do it my way according to the ‘Big Mouse’ law. From now on, I’m the real Big Mouse.” He oozes charisma like never before as he parades around prison with a different aura, and he’s no longer the coward who was pushed around by fellow prison mates. On top of that, he gained a helper named Jerry (Kwak Dong Won), a conman and diehard fan of Big Mouse, piquing curiosity about their teamwork.
Watch the full teaser below!
“Big Mouth” will premiere on July 29 at 9:50 p.m. KST following the conclusion of “Doctor Lawyer.”
Check out Lee Jong Suk in “Pinocchio“: