Review and Recap of Big Mouth Episode 16: Revenge, Served Piping Hot

Lee Jong-suk, Im Yoon-ah (Yoona), Kim Joo-hun, Kwak Dong-yeon, and Yang Kyung-won star in the crime-thriller-mystery television series Big Mouth (), which was directed by Oh Choong-hwan and produced in South Korea. The series also has a number of other cast members. The series will air on MBC on Fridays and Saturdays at 10 o’clock Korea Standard Time (KST), which was most recently occupied by Doctor Lawyer.

Big Mouth
Big Mouth

The total running time for Big Mouth episode 16 is 71 minutes.

The following is how Disney+ defines the series:

IN ORDER TO FIGHT AGAINST A HUGE CONSPIRACY AND STILL SURVIVE, A LAWYER WHO IS CAUGHT UP IN A MURDER CASE OVERNIGHT TRANSFORMS HIMSELF INTO A NOTORIOUS AND GENIUS CON ARTIST.

Warning: The following recap of Big Mouth episode 16 contains spoilers.

The sixteenth episode of Big Mouth kicks off with Do-ha and Chang-ho facing off against each other in an election for mayor. While Mi-ho and Jerry are in the process of introducing themselves to one another, they make their way to the fish factory and sneak into the property without giving it a second thought. Fight breaks out, and obviously, they end up capturing the man who was in charge of the fish farm. In the meantime, Chang-ho comes to the realisation that the discussion itself is rigged.

Mi-ho does not threaten the man in charge with water from the farm; instead, he orders him to reveal the information. In the meantime, Do-ha brings up the cryptocurrency case, and she questions Chang-ho about whether or not he will withdraw from the election contest if it is discovered that the claim is accurate. A gleam has appeared in his eyes, and we are all well aware of what this signifies.

Behind the scenes of the argument, however, Chae-bong is freaking out over the possibility of the fish farm becoming embroiled in this mess, and he hurries out to find a method to prevent the infiltrators from inflicting any further damage. During the discussion, Chang-ho doesn’t stop himself from bringing up the most awkward topics, such as NF9 and his grandfather, in order to make Do-ha uncomfortable in his seat.

Do-ha appears agitated and uncomfortable, and it seems as though he needs a few moments to collect himself before continuing. In the meantime, Mi-ho and the crew obtain a recording of the in-charge person’s confession, in which he practically reveals everything to them regarding the fish, the water, the radiation, as well as the money that NK Chemicals provides them. In addition, they collect anything and everything from the farm that could be used as evidence and take it with them.

Mi-ho makes the decision to transport all of the evidence to the television station after she has finished gathering it all. However, they are having difficulty getting to them, and Chun-sik recommends to Jerry and Mi-ho that they escape while he and the others try to stop the others. They are followed by Chae-bong, and Du-geun makes the decision to notify the police. Meanwhile, Soon-tae gathers all of the information and promises to handle everything by herself.

Chae-bong believes that they have little chance of survival once the automobile driven by Mi-ho is stopped on the road. The unfortunate criminals are given a police escort and are removed from the scene in a timely manner, much to the dismay of the perpetrators of the crime. Mi-father ho’s calls her after everything is over, and in the midst of an emotional moment, she reveals to her father, who is unaware of the situation, that she is very glad.

Big Mouth
Big Mouth

Cast

Main

  • Lee Jong-suk as Park Chang-ho: a third-rate lawyer with a ten percent success rate, called “Big Mouth” by his legal acquaintances due to his tendency to speak before acting. His life is suddenly in danger when he is mistaken for a genius conman known as “Big Mouse”.
  • Im Yoon-ah as Ko Mi-ho: Chang-ho’s supportive wife who is a nurse and has a bold personality, as well as outstanding beauty.
  • Kim Joo-hun as Choi Do-ha: the ambitious mayor of Gucheon, whose goal in life is to become the most dignified president.

Supporting

NR Forum

  • Yang Kyung-won as Gong Ji-hoon: the president of the media conglomerate Gukdong Daily and the chairman of the NR Forum.
  • Kim Jung-hyun as Jung Chae-bong: the director of Chilbong Academy.
  • Lee Yoo-joon as Han Jae-ho: a surgeon.
  • Oh Ryung as Lee Du-geun: legal counsel of NR Forum.
  • Yoon Seok-hyun as Cha Seung-tae: managing director of OC Group.
  • Park Hoon as Seo Jae-yong: head of the Department of Internal Medicine, Hematology and Oncology at Gucheon University Hospital.
  • Hong Ji-hee as Jang Hye-jin: Jae-ho’s wife who is a culinary researcher.
  • Kim Kyu-seon as Ashley Kim: Ji-hoon’s wife, who is a Korean-American and the director of Woojung Gallery.
  • Jang Hyuk-jin as Choi Jung-rak: a prosecutor at Gucheon Public Prosecutors’ Office.

Gucheon Hospital

  • Ok Ja-yeon as Hyun Ju-hee: Do-ha’s wife who is the director of Gucheon Hospital.
  • Kim Seon-hwa as Park Mi-young: the head nurse at Gucheon Hospital.
  • Park Se-hyeon as Jang Hee-joo: a nurse at Gucheon Hospital.

Gucheon Prison

  • Jeong Jae-sung as Park Yoon-gap: the prison warden of Gucheon Prison.
  • Kim Dong-won as Gan Su-cheol: a prison officer at Gucheon Prison.
  • Kwak Dong-yeon as Jerry / Oh Jin-chul (real name): a scammer with three previous convictions who respects the genius conman “Big Mouse”.
  • Yang Hyung-wook as Noh Park: a prisoner at Gucheon Prison.

People around Chang-ho

  • Lee Ki-young as Ko Gi-kwang: Mi-ho’s father.
  • Oh Eui-shik as Kim Soon-tae: a lawyer who is Chang-ho’s best friend and assistant.

Extended

  • Yoo Tae-ju as Tak Kwang-yeon: a psychopath death row inmate at Gucheon Prison.
  • Song Kyung-cheol as Yang Chun-sik: a gang leader.
  • Park Jeong-bok as Go Tae-sik: a prisoner at Gucheon Prison.
  • Shin Seung-hwan as Peter Hong
  • Jeon Gook-hwan as Kang Seong-geun (Chairman Kang)

Special appearances

  • Yoo Su-bin as Chang-ho and Mi-ho’s neighbor.
  • Kim Do-wan as Chang-ho and Mi-ho’s neighbor.

Production and Release

It was claimed that filming was going to begin in the second half of 2021, and the budget for the project was going to be thirty billion yen.

At first, it was confirmed that Big Mouth will be made available on tvN. Nevertheless, it was revealed in April 2022 that the series will instead begin airing on MBC TV’s newly established Fridays and Saturdays time slot in July of that same year.

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