Teaser for Thriller Series ‘Mouse’ Revealed Starring Lee Seung Gi and Lee Hee Joon


“He hunts. For men.” tvN’s new Wed-Thurs drama Mouse has released a second teaser as it provides 15 seconds of powerful thrills and shock.

Mouse is a full-fledged, man-hunting, chaser drama. It is about a righteous young police officer Jung Ba Reum (played by Lee Seung Gi) and a lawless detective Ko Moo Chi (played by Lee Hee Joon) who lost his parents to a murderer as a child. As they confront ‘the Predator’ who is the most vicious psychopath, their fates get tangled up.

Mouse is drawing attention after releasing its second teaser video, which is about 15 seconds long. The teaser begins with a silhouette of a man standing alone on a dark boxing ring. Tension is created as Jung Ba Reum and Ko Moo Chi drive to an unknown place with exhausted faces, and the words “He Hunts, For Men” flash in between.

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A disaster is suggested through the scene in which blood is flowing into the drain. At the same time, questions are raised as Jung Ba Reum appears in his police uniform. As the teaser ends with detective Ko Moo Chi narrating “He may still be hunting out there somewhere,” the curiosity about the identity behind the ‘human hunter’ Predator is heightened.

Though it is only about 15 seconds long, the intense plot development makes viewers feel as if they are watching a trailer of a thriller movie. It announces the start of a grandiose drama, more overwhelming than any other series.

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The production team for Mouse revealed that they tried to make an impression while capturing the unique aura of the drama, which is about Lee Seung Gi and Lee Hee Joon’s stories. They also asked for everyone to keep their eyes on the show’s unpredictable plot twists. “The hidden stories will be steadily revealed through the upcoming teasers,” the crew said.

The thriller drama series Mouse will first air on February 24th at 10.30 p.m. KST.


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