Mouse Kdrama has taken an unexpected turn. Recently, we discussed how Jung Ba Reum (Lee Seung Gi) turned the complete story into the show. Apparently, Ba Reum is the psychopath and the mastermind behind all the murders that happened on the show. It’s hard to digest the fact that we have been played all along. But that’s the interesting part of the story. Now, the fans are wondering about how the show will follow the upcoming plot. Thankfully, tvN has updated us with some new posters for the show. And it clearly gives us a glimpse into the upcoming episodes. Also, it hinted at the upcoming special episodes. So, get all the new details on Mouse Kdrama, scroll down.
Mouse is a South Korean thriller television series. The show follows a suspenseful story and is based on a single question, “What if we could identify psychopaths in advance?” In the show, people can predict future psychopaths by running a test on a pregnant women’s womb. Also, a psychopath serial killer is on the run, and the force is out to catch him. Jung Ba Reum (Lee Seung Gi) is a rookie police officer who encounters the psychopath and fortunately returns safely.
Since the first episode, Ba Reum, along with his senior and fellow officers, is looking for evidence to catch the killer. And after 15 episodes, it was revealed that Ba Reum is the real culprit. He is 99% psychopath and is the murderer.
The fans now wonder about Ba Reum’s fate and how the story will change. Thankfully, a new poster of Lee Seung Gi unveils some of our doubts. Check it out down below.
Mouse kdrama Unveils New Poster
On April 23, tvN released a new poster for their crime drama, Mouse. The thrilling poster features Ba Reum as he embraces his real self, “The Predator.” The new poster definitely shows his motives through his expressions, and all our confusion is clear with what Ba reum now wants. Moreover, the poster also gives us a hint of his future plans. The most important people of his life might now become his targets.
In the poster, we can see a wall with photos of Go Mu Chi (Lee Hee Joon), Choi Hong Joo (Kyung Soo Jin), Oh Bong Yi ( Park Ju Hyun), and Ba Reum’s innocent and false self on it. All the pictures are connected with each other through a red string, and a caption reads, “I want to see my traces more closely.”
Still figuring out what this means, we can still assure that Ba Reum is planning another evil act. However, in the last episode, Dr. Daniel Lee asked him to take revenge by killing all the predators and psychopaths. But, we don’t know what exactly ba Reum will decide. Will he surrender, or kill the future psychopaths, or hurt the people he has been closest to.
All we know right now is that the show just got interesting, and it will definitely attract more viewership and fans. Also, 2 new special episodes will release next week. Titled Mouse: The Predator, they will depict the real motive and hidden plans in the drama.
Mouse Episode 16 Release Date
As the show is reaching its end, it is getting more exciting. Mouse episode 16 will answer any questions. So, make sure to check it out. Mouse episode 16 will release on May 5 at 10:30 p.m. KST. International viewers can easily access the show on Rakuten Viki. On the other hand, the show’s original nation witnesses new episodes on the tvN network every Wednesday and Thursday.
The show is helmed by Choi Joon Bae (My Dearest Lady, Come and Hug Me) and Kang Cheol Woo (Rugal, my Secret Romance). Choi Ran writes the show, while Jeong Hoe Seok and Nam Gun Jung serve as the producers. The scriptwriter of the show was inspired by the Incheon Elementary School Murder case in 2017 for the story of the show. This makes the show more exciting and thrilling.
The show stars Lee Seung Gi, Lee Hee Joon, Park Joo Hyun, Kyung Soo Jin, Woo Ji Hyun, and Ahn Jae Wook in the lead roles. They will be seen in the last episodes of the show as well.
In the meantime, go ahead and watch Lee Seung Gi’s hit series, Vagabond, on Netflix.