‘Tae Yuna’s Hear Bodpo’
‘Rat’ Ends with Yongdusami: Is Lee Jong-suk’s murder or Lim Yoon-ah’s death the best?
‘Tae Yuna’s Hear Bodpo’
Based on the facts heard and seen by the reporter Taeyuna and Tenasia on the spot, we will accurately reveal aspects of the drama. We will be the eyes and ears of readers in the age of flood drama pouring in from countless channels.
Jong-seok Lee, who was shouting ‘Judgment of the Law’, committed murder, and Yoon-a Lim, who was struggling to find the truth, eventually died. ‘Rat’, who had been subverted time and again by guessing who ‘Rat’ was, provided the biggest reversal in the end. This is because I could not fix the tables I have made so far, and leave even the rice cakes unattended and come to a conclusion that I do not know. It cannot be the ending that causes both eyes to doubt.
The last episode of ‘Big Mouse’, broadcast on the 17th, was completely empty. I expected a final counterattack against Choi Do-ha (Kim Joo-heon), but Choi Do-ha eventually became the mayor and was acquitted in court. In the end, Park Chang-ho (Lee Jong-suk) died when Go Mi-ho (Lim Yoon-ah) died, and Choi Do-ha changed the water he usually visits in the swimming pool with radioactive substances. The determination to catch the bad guy according to the law was gone.
A factor in the popularity of ‘Llygoden Fawr’ was a mystery game about the Rat’s identity. Viewers are eager to find out who the real Rat is while reversing the development. However, after the Rat’s identity was revealed, the probability of an empty gangjeong was discovered without being able to properly restore the many rice cakes that had been made so far.
The opposite was the fact that Novak (Hyung-wook Yang) was Big Mouse, but the sudden paternal love story that the reason he was digging Seo Jae-yong’s thesis because of his daughter’s death made him tilt his head . Big Mouse is not just a con artist, he is the head of the Asian drug distributor produced in Colombia, and the king of the dark world who also caused the gangster war. When Novak died and Park Chang-ho became Big Mouse instead, these organizations, who were not afraid to kill, suddenly became passionate partners. A good, justice-seeking rat, completely addicted to drugs, cannot exist in the first place.
The scene where Miho Gumi is exposed to radiation while tracking the goings on at a fish farm and is suddenly sentenced to death is also unusual. In the past, to prove her husband’s innocence, she ran to and from hospitals and prisons, but in the end, she died in a single stroke of water.
There were many stories that could not be resolved due to the rushed ending. The psychopathic son of a serial killer, who was essential in preventing Choi Do-ha from inheriting the fortune of Chairman Kang (played by Jeon Kuk-hwan) did not appear until the end. It emerged that he had signed a consent form to allow an autopsy of his father’s body. The story of Tak Gwang-yeon (Yoo Tae-joo), who became a death row prisoner for the sins of his psychopathic son, also ended badly with his death. Jang Hye-jin (Hong Ji-hee) was also a wasted character who disappeared after being killed by Han Jae-ho (Lee Yoo-jun).
In addition, it was not clear what the experimental project conducted at Gucheon University Hospital was, and it was not clear how Park Chang-ho found the 100 billion gold ingots won by Choi Do-ha, who died.
He wanted a refreshing revenge, but all that was left was a futile ending. Park Chang-ho eventually became the head of the organization, and Gong Ji-hoon (Yang Kyung-won), who had committed a number of evil deeds, met a happy ending as a representative of the Woojung Ilbo. At the end, Hyun Joo-hee (Ok Ja-yeon), who betrayed her husband Choi Do-ha and tried to stand up for justice, was imprisoned in a psychiatric hospital, and Han Jae-ho, who killed his divorced wife, who had not punish him.
Judging from the score alone, ‘Big Mouse’ is a huge success at the box office. In the last episode, he recorded the highest score of 13.7% and broke his own highest score. However, the ending is a dragon-dussami. Even the viewers who have been cheering for ‘Big Mouse’ have turned their backs. There is only laughter at the end where the intention of the plan to include ‘the history of digging up the bare face of the privileged class stained with a huge conspiracy to protect their family’ is overshadowed.
By Tae Yuna, staff reporter for Tenasia firstname.lastname@example.org
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