The ending of every Korean Dramas leaves the audience either with a bitter or sweet moment. On the one hand, the viewers would not get to watch any favourite show again after their ending. While on the other, the audience experiences a beautiful experience. Well, Mouse, one of the main flagship airing drama of tvN, came to an end on May 19, 2021. The show came to an end after successfully running for twenty episodes with good ratings. In fact, Lee Seungi and other casts bid farewell to the audience and also shares their favourite moments from the show. Mouse’s final episode acquired 6.25 percent average viewership ratings nationwide.
The conclusion of Mouse was also very heartbreaking. We finally came to know the fate of Lee Seung-Gi. Everyone finally came to know that he is a psychopath. He finally came to terms with himself. Jang Ba-Reum finally dies after a hallucination between his younger self and the present one. The ending of the Mouse is happy and sad at the same time. All the evil persons were revealed, and everyone got their fair share of punishment. However, it is still sad to see the main leading, Ba-Reum dead at the end. Let’s see in detail what Lee Seung Gi and the casts have to say about the ending of the drama.
Lee Seung Gi’s final thoughts on Mouse and experience during filming
Lee Seung Gi’s powerful performance as Jang Ba-Reum, a predator on Mouse shocked and impressed the audience at the same time. He expressed his relief after the ending of the drama about his first villain character doing good among the people. Lee Seung Gi remarked his acting career first villain role was Jang Ba-Reum. Furthermore, he is extremely relieved that the audience did not get turned off by his new side. He worked hard during the shooting with the motivation of people enjoying his drama, Mouse. His favourite scene from the drama was the one wherein an angry prayed is send to God by the bloody Jung Ba Reum after killing priest Go Moo Won.
Lee Hee Joon’s final thoughts on Mouse and experience during filming
Lee Hee Joon, in the role of warm-hearted and hot-headed Go Moo Chi, had struggles with his role as it was emotional in the Mouse. The role was not easy for him to play to the point that left him wondering whether he has played such a difficult and painful character as of now. However, he is truly grateful that his character got support and love from the public. He expresses his gratitude to the remaining crew and cast for helping him able to complete the show despite being several action scenes, emotional scenes, crying scenes, and physical scenes. Lee Hee Joon’s most favourite scene was the one wherein he is fond of and likes Choi Hong Joo. He does not often mean but says to her most of the things. Moreover, he finds it sad for Go Moo Chi not able to express the things he feels.
Park Ju Hyun’s final thoughts on Mouse and experience during filming
Park Ju Hyun expresses fondly expression for her role on set of Mouse. She played the character of resilient, traumatized, and tough Oh Bong Yi. The actress expresses her gratitude to the public for loving the drama. She is happy for getting the chance with such great actors. The time was precious for her. Furthermore, she enjoyed filming and put sincerity in acting in every scene. She is also going to miss a lot as they spent a long time shooting the show. Park Ju Hyun shares the scene wherein she begins suspecting Ba-Reum after seeing the scar on his arm.
Kyung Soo Jin’s final thoughts on Mouse and experience during filming
Kyun Soo Jin was seen in a mysterious role as Choi Hong Joo in the Mouse. She commented about being happy to join and meet such great people. She had a lot of fun during the shooting. Soo-Jin sincerely expressed her gratitude to the audience, who gave them love and a passionate response. The actress also expressed her favourite scene as the one in which she cries after holding the hands of her mother in Episode 19.