Big Mouth Kdrama Season 2, + Why does Part 1 end like that when Lee Jong-suk and Yoona were amazing

Will Big Mouth Kdrama return for the next season? The MBC drama ‘Big Mouth proved only the limits of terrestrial broadcasting.

One of the reasons why terrestrial dramas are less competitive than OTT dramas such as Netflix is ​​because of their conservative ‘season system’. OTT works like Netflix are basically open to the season system. If the drama is a hit, there is no hesitation in making seasons 2 and 3. Once made, and if popular, they pave the way for the next story.If the road is open with seasons 2 and 3, there will be room for the production crew as well. You don’t have to finish all the stories in season 1 right now. The so-called ‘unrecovered rice cake’ can be a link for season 2 and a tool to tie viewers together.

Big Mouth Kdrama Season 2

It was the same with ‘Big Mouse‘. There is talk of a season 2, but it wasn’t a drama made with a season system in mind in the first place. Because of this, I had to finish the story in the last episode unconditionally, but the production team’s obsession with the ending was clearly revealed.

Aside from the fact that the context that led to Miho Go (Yoona)’s death was far from the consensus of the viewers, the motive for Park Chang-ho (Lee Jong-suk) killing Choi Do-ha (Kim Joo-heon) in the last episode is young compared to Park Chang-ho’s appearance shown so far. It wasn’t scary. There were no settings left unresolved or the ending of characters that were difficult to understand. The content that was processed quickly as if reading breaking news by switching to a black and white screen felt rushed.


I couldn’t afford the ending. Even if seasons 2 and 3 were guaranteed, I can’t help but regret that ‘Big Mouse’ ended so hastily. This is why the pouring criticism of viewers that “It was a dragon-headed beauty” is bittersweet.

Big Mouth Kdrama Season 2

Lee Jong-suk led ‘Big Mouse’ with a polite and cool face, and his specialty is that he shows warmth in his cold face, shows anger and draws out sadness and love as he changes his works. I think it was a bit early to receive the MBC Drama Awards at the age of 27 in 2016, but in this ‘Big Mouse, it was clear how Lee Jong-suk was diligently increasing the depth of his actions without being swayed by the title of Daesang. It’s hard to remember who would have played Park Chang-ho if it wasn’t for Lee Jong-suk.

Yoona’s recent moves make it clear what kind of actress Yoona wants to become. Considering her past role as Jang Dawn in KBS 1TV’s daily drama ‘You Are My Destiny’, she is amazed at Yoona’s rapid growth. She is clear when you look at Yoona going through her films ‘Cooperation’, ‘Exit’, ‘Miracle’ and this time ‘Big Mouse’. The fact that her Yoona’s goal is not just to be a ‘pretty actress



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