Who is “Big Mouse”?… Drama “Big Mouth” surpassed 10% viewer rating. Will it break the record of “Extraordinary Attorney Woo”?

The rise of the drama “Big Mouth,” starring actors Lee Jong-seok and Lim Yoon-ah, is worth the attention.

On August 12th, according to Nielsen Korea, a rating research company, the 5th episode of MBC’s “Big Mouth” which aired the previous day recorded 10% in the metropolitan area and 9.8% nationwide, breaking its own highest ratings again.

This is a 1.2% increase from 8.6% of the 4th episode and a 3.6% increase from 6.2% of the 1st episode.

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In particular, the scene where Park Chang-ho (played by Lee Jong-seok) went to find Yang Chun-sik (played by Song Kyung-chul) soared to 12% per minute, raising the sense of immersion in the drama to its peak.

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In this episode, Park Chang-ho was seen cheating everyone’s eyes and being recognized as the real Big Mouse. However, the trust of Park Chang-ho’s wife Ko Mi-ho (played by Lim Yoon-ah), who heard the news, cracked little by little, and the hard-working husband and wife is falling apart.

In the midst of this, a new faction was formed around Park Chang-ho in Gucheon Prison.

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“Do it according to Big Mouse’s law,” said Park Chang-ho, who became full of energy with his snowballing followers, “In my own way,” he said, declaring a thorough punishment, making the audience guess that there would be a bloodbath inside the prison.

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“Big Mouth” is a drama that depicts the story of a lawyer with only a 10% winning rate being caught up in a murder case that he accidentally took over, before accidentally becoming the genius con artist, “Big Mouse.” He tries to survive while digging into the ugly truth of the privileged class stained with a huge conspiracy to survive and protect his family.

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Attention is focusing on whether “Big Mouth,” which is led by Lee Jong-seok and Lim Yoon-ah, will be able to continue its unusual rating momentum until the end. Some are expressing expectations for the next week’s episode with the response, “If Wed-Thu is is ‘Woo Young-woo’, Fri-Sat is ‘Big Mouth’.”

Meanwhile, “Big Mouth,” which has been on a constant rise in rating through word of mouth, airs every Friday and Saturday at 9:50 p.m.

Source: insight

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