The Drama ‘Mouse’ Asks If Psychopaths Are More Nature Than Nurture

Lee Jee-hoon and Lee Seung-gi must work together to find a serial killer.

After a vicious serial killer is imprisoned, two pregnant women sit outside a testing center in a hospital. They came to the hospital for genetic testing to determine if their unborn child inherited a supposed “psychopath gene.” One of the women was married to the serial killer, the other to a kind and gentle man. They must decide what to do now that their tests show both unborn children have this gene. 메이저사이트 바카라

While this test exists in the Korean drama Mouse, science has yet to find conclusive evidence that any one gene determines psychopathy. A gene has been identified that is associated with general antisocial tendencies, but nature and nurture both play a part in shaping human beings. Both women decide to keep their babies and hope for the best.

Decades later, the same killer is still on death row and a new psychopath is murdering people. Could it possibly be the killer’s son? Is the killer one of the children that was shown in utero to have the psychopath gene? It’s possible, but Mouse wants viewers to figure out who that child grew up to be. 안전공원 슬롯게임

As a child Go Mu-chi, played by Lee Jee-hoon, watched the original serial killer murder his family and now all he wants is revenge. If the killer was not locked up in jail Mu-chi might already have murdered him. Traumatized by what happened to him as a child, Mu-chi drinks too much. His drinking and impulsive behavior threaten his career as a police officer.

Jung Ba-reum, played by Lee Seung-gi, is a rookie police officer, who rescues wounded birds, feeds stray cats and helps senior citizens with their shopping. He is horrified by the misery that the killer inflicts. He finds it hard to relate to the fact that psychopaths don’t feel guilt or compassion.

Together Mu-chi and Ba-reum will work together to find the new serial killer. Fate ties these characters together, but they must identify the killer before their mysterious connection is revealed.

Mouse is Lee Seung-gi’s first R-rated drama and the drama earns its R for its brutal depictions of violence. Known for his wholesome image, Lee Seung-gi recently appeared in the action drama Vagabond with Bae Suzy and was also seen in the travel reality show Twogether with Jasper Liu. Co-star Lee Jee-hoon appeared in the award-winning film The Man Standing Next, as well as the critically praised films Another Child and Miss Baek.

The gritty police mystery also stars Kyung Soo-jin as Choi Hong-joo, an award-winning news producer who tenaciously follows Mu-chi for a scoop, and Park Ju-hyun as Oh Bong-yi, a troubled high school student with expertise in martial arts.

Is there such a thing as an evil gene and if there is, would it be right to eliminate such gene carriers from the world before they were born? Pondering the answer to this question may require viewers to watch every episode of Mouse.

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