Mouse Korean drama review

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Today, we will have Mouse Korean drama review! Are you excited and expected about our review? Let’s watch this wonderful drama! 

Mouse Korean drama review

The Korean drama Mouse gives us an insight into psychopathic killers. The dark theme of this drama, as well as the actual fact that Lee Seung-gi is that the male lead, caught our attention.

Here may be a brief Mouse Korean drama review for those that are on the fence about watching the drama. However, it’s recommended to look at a minimum of the first episode before reading this.

A psychopathic serial killer terrorizes Korea

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Lee Seung-gi plays officer Jung Ba-reum, who is hot on the heels of a manslayer. Ba-reum survives a terrifying encounter with the murderer. However, his life is turned the wrong way up while he tries to nab the killer.

Highlights

1. A serial murderer is on the loose

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A headless body of a girl is found floating within the sea, and therefore the side of her hand is tattooed with what appears like a code. She’s the 18th victim of a manslayer who brands his victims.

At the start of the first episode, before the body was discovered, a girl stranded during a significant snowfall helps a bit girl whose father is unconscious after a car crash.

However, while she was trying to assist, the girl gets attacked by an unknown man because the girl cries within the distance.

The scene ends, so we don’t know what happened to the miscroscopic girl, or whether this woman was the person found within the sea.

The murderer is nicknamed “Head Hunter”.

2. It’s possible to spot psychopaths before


The drama cuts to a scene in a very university in England, where a lecture about psychopaths is happening.

The professor, Daniel Lee, references the foremost notorious murderers in history: Charles Manson, Edmund Kemper, and Ted Bundy. it absolutely was discovered that the genes of those 3 murderers and therefore the “psychopath gene” that Daniel identified had a 100% match.

He claimed that this discovery implies that it’s now possible to spot psychopaths while they’re still within the womb.

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Daniel’s discovery gets tangled in politics. The unsolved serial murders pose a controversy for the present organization in power, especially with the upcoming elections. We see 2 people discussing the chance of passing a bill to legally use the DNA test proposed by Daniel Lee, but they can’t get around the issue of human rights.

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Daniel is asked to return to Korea, where he explains the results of his discovery at a national assembly. the govt suggests that a bill be passed in order that mothers may be forced to abort their child if the DNA test shows that the fetus is born as a psychopath.

However, the opposing party questions the accuracy of the DNA test, which is 99% accurate. the first is that the “genius gene”, which is indistinguishable from the psychopath gene. this implies that a possible genius can be misidentified as a psychopath.

A vote takes place, and therefore the bill doesn’t pass.

3. “Head Hunter” is caught, but another psychopath is born

Later, the “Head Hunter” is finally caught. He’s no aside from Daniel’s good friend, Han Seo-jun. Chillingly, he’s also married to a loving woman, who is pregnant together with his child.

Devastated, his wife asks him why he married her although psychopaths are known to only love themselves. He says that it’s because he needs an offspring to be the following Han Seo-jun.

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The wife agrees to require the DNA test and finds out that her baby does indeed have the psychopath gene. She wants to abort the baby, but she’s too far into her pregnancy to try to do so. We don’t know if she decided to convey birth, but seeing that she was unable to abort the baby, she probably did.

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A few years later within the drama, we are introduced to an odd boy. He draws disturbing pictures and even sliced the stomach of a rabbit in class so as to test if it’s pregnant.

His concerned teacher meets together with his father, who begins to note that his son displays violent tendencies.

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The drama brings us to this, 15 years later. The boy is now grown up, and that we hear him say that God did nothing to prevent him from becoming a monster. A news reporter talks about the murder of a female college boy, and also the possibility of a murderer on the loose.

The timeline fits, but we don’t know if this can be really the son of Han Seo-jun. We’ll must watch more episodes to search out out.

Verdict: 4.5/5

Mouse is ideal for fans of the thriller genre. Some scenes are particularly terrifying though and don’t seem to be suitable for the faint-hearted.

The introduction of a DNA test that will identify psychopaths before birth is thought-provoking and merit a discussion along with your friends after watching the drama.

The 1st episode was dedicated to putting in the background of the drama, so we’ve got yet to work out any of the most characters. But Mouse certainly got our attention, while the most plot hasn’t started.

“Mouse” Korean drama review: Psychopaths, DNA tests & ethics

There are many questions that are yet to be answered. Is Seo-jun’s son this murderer and the way is Jung Ba-reum associated with Seo-jun?

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