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Big Mouth Episode 15 Recap and Review: An Election to Fight For




Oh Choong-hwan is the director of the crime-thriller-mystery Korean TV series Big Mouth (), which also stars Lee Jong-suk, Im Yoon-ah (Yoona), Kim Joo-hun, Kwak Dong-yeon, and Yang Kyung-won. The show takes over Doctor Lawyer’s Friday and Saturday 10 PM KST schedule on MBC.

The duration of Big Mouth episode 15 is 70 minutes.

At the chairman’s funeral, when Chang-ho makes a threat to make Do-foul ha’s behavior public, the fifteenth episode of Big Mouth begins. Joo-hee questions him after he leaves why Chang-ho referred to him as Sung-hyun, and Do-ha assures him that he will explain everything once they bury the chairman.

Ji-hoon, on the other hand, is eager to finally possess the chairman’s will, but it turns out that the chairman had equally distributed everything to everyone. Furthermore, the attorney rejects any attempts to alter it. At least they are content that Do-ha didn’t alter the will. Ji-hoon instructs him to handle the election when Chang-ho calls with election-related news. But Chang-ho doesn’t let it go so easily, casually threatening him.

Later, after reading Chairman Kang’s will together, Chang-ho and his colleagues discover that “Chairman Kang” has left everything to Do-ha and Joo-hee. The revelation causes a commotion in the space and leaves everyone in a state of shock. When Ji-hoon questions Do-ha about why he tampered with it, a full-scale battle ensues, with Ji-hoon and the Three Musketeers stumbling over one another while attempting to strike Do-ha. Do-ha leaves with his wife while being restrained, grinning the entire while.

Mi-ho receives a call from the hospital while everyone is contemplating the surprising turn of events at the hotel. They warn her that things are pretty serious and that she should have a comprehensive checkup as soon as possible. Joo-hee wonders how the Chairman left them everything and observes that Do-ha doesn’t appear to be very happy while Mi-ho hides the truth from her family. He quips that he hasn’t quite adjusted to the unexpected kindness because he was too surprised by it.

Without much of a choice, Ji-hoon makes a desperate call to Chang-ho. When they first meet, Ji-hoon asks him to assist him but refrains from pleading on his knees. After informing Ji-hoon everything about Do-deeds, ha’s Chang-ho urges him to support him in winning the election so that he may overthrow Do-ha with the aid of the law. This is his chance to fully subjugate Ji-hoon. Ji-hoon doesn’t have many choices left at this point other than to comply.

Do-ha also makes the decision to switch his election preference from the National Assembly to mayor. Joo-hee queries him as to whether it is for Chang-ho, but she ultimately assures him that she would stand by his side no matter what he decides. She responds that she has never had a doubt in Do-ha when he asks her how much she trusts him. Do-ha announces at a news conference that he will run for mayor instead after they both reiterate their trust in one another.

However, Chang-ho is not in danger. He rather declares that he will make Do-tomb ha’s out of this election.

Mi-ho visits the hospital to finally get herself checked out as the election campaign heats up and everyone begins to try to influence the populace. The doctor informs the patient that it is acute stage-four lymphoma following the required testing. She must immediately begin chemotherapy and make plans for the future. Mi-ho is obviously devastated, and without anyone by her side, I can’t even begin to comprehend how difficult it must be to maintain composure in the wake of such news.

In the meantime, everyone rejoices over Chang-victory. ho’s As Mi-ho joins them and observes how much fun everyone is having, she longsly observes her husband and her father, who are laughing and having a good time while someone so dear to them is dying.

The following evening, the couple visits the beach, where a tipsy Mi-ho grills her husband with a series of inquiries before asking if he is Big Mouse. It turns out that Gi-gwang and her both know everything. After locking up Do-ha, Chang-ho makes a commitment to give it up, but Mi-ho urges him to be the best Big Mouse ever by standing up for the helpless and weak. Everyone who knows the truth finds it heartbreaking, and poor Chang-ho has no idea what is going on.

However, Ji-entire hoon’s strategy appears to be failing as the meeting he organized ends up being a complete failure and everyone has gone to meet Do-ha. In the meeting, it’s astonishing to see how quickly everyone he trusted and who appeared to be against Do-ha just a moment earlier have changed their minds.

However, Joo-hee is on her husband’s side, despite Ji-attempts hoon’s to intimidate him and reveal Do-secret ha’s to everyone. Even in front of everyone, she strongly defends him and threatens to shun him if he attempts to harm him. Backing himself into a corner, Ji-hoon vows to exact revenge in some way.

Ji-hoon goes to Chang-ho since he has no other options and tells him what transpired, including the fact that he has no basis for defense despite the significant things he spoke in public. He hands Chang-ho a pendrive and informs him that this is the extent of his assistance because there isn’t much further he can do.

Ji-hoon is questioned by Chang-ho regarding Chairman Kang’s son, and Chang-ho informs him that they can obtain the son and use him in a lawsuit using inheritance laws. They will recover a sizeable sum of money in this way, weakening Do-grip ha’s and influence. Ji-hoon is now speaking to Joong-rak and informs him about the chairman’s son, a serial killer, and the fact that someone else was sentenced to prison in his place.

Mi-ho, in the meantime, is undoubtedly feeling very depressed after seeing his family and realizing that she would not be able to see them anytime soon. She receives a call while sitting next to her father and sneaking photos of him sleeping while learning that Kwang-hyun will likely pass away soon and that things aren’t going well with him.

As Kwang-hyun passes away, his sister explains to Mi-ho that he wasn’t a psychopath and that he had assumed the identity of a wealthy serial murderer in exchange for money so that their mother could receive treatment. When the audience adds 2 and 2, you immediately understand what they are talking about, and it is a heartbreaking realization.

Now fuming over the change of events, Mi-ho walks to Joo-hee and threatens to expose all of their dark secrets and reveal their true identities. Joo-hee, unaffected, explains to her that it will be tragic if she discloses the truth but nothing changes in the world. But Mi-ho vows to prove to her that she isn’t willing to give up without a fight.

That evening, because Chang-ho has been working nonstop on the elections, Mi-ho goes to see him with some snacks. When he replies that he will pull another all-nighter, Mi-ho wonders if he’s going to do it again and suggests that they at least meet up every day. Despite the fact that she might not even live that long, Chang-ho acknowledges her sentiments and makes a commitment to make amends after everything is said and done.

The following day, Do-ha uses Jeon Soo-il to remove Chang-ho from the election race after learning some intriguing details about one of Chang-prior ho’s cases. It becomes abundantly evident as the debate heats up that Do-ha has planted spies all over the place in an effort to discredit Chang-ho. They bring up the bitcoin case he had lost, and the news that the defendant in the case gave Chang-ho a sizable quantity of money sent the media into a frenzy.

Ji-hoon confirms that Do-ha is behind these charges as everyone is listening to Chang-detractors, ho’s and after some discussion, Chang-ho chooses to hit the mark and enter the argument to meet the challenge head-on. Mi-ho determines there is something there that she needs to look into in order to help her husband win the election that evening after recalling the pipes that appeared to belong to the fish farm.

Big Mouth Episode 15 Ending
The following day, while Chang-ho attends the debate, Mi-ho and Jerry look into the suspicious fish farm where security is too strict. She requests that Jerry round up everyone since she has to enter the fish farm.

Mi-ho prepares to face a pretty dangerous foe as Chang-ho and Do-ha square off in a generally uncomfortable situation.

Big Mouth Episode 15 Review
Is it strange that the male lead has to lose the female lead in order for him to advance in his mayoral election? When programs do this, I always find it pretty strange; why does Mi-ho have to suffer through such agony in order to demonstrate that Do-ha is a nasty guy and that no one should trust him? I’m actually interested as to why female leads are treated in such a disposable manner or if their stories would lose meaning if they didn’t experience anything utterly horrible.

The fact that she went to such efforts to ensure that this development took place and, coincidentally, that it would resolve all of her husband’s issues, strikes me as being incredibly handy. These character arcs are terrible, lazy, and overly convenient.

Regardless matter how my brief diatribe makes you feel, I thought this episode was fantastic. It is the apex of amusement. There are several moving moments, particularly when poor Kwang-hyun passes away. I don’t understand how the death of a little guy could have such an affect on me. I don’t know if it was Yoona’s superb acting or the music in the background, or a combination of all of them, but they all worked together to make me feel that moment. especially with that final, minor surprise.

Such insights and moments are sprinkled throughout the program, which will keep you thinking throughout. The chairman’s son is someone I am really looking forward to meeting. Hopefully, that will be rather intriguing. However, since Mi-ho will already be exposing the truth about the fish plant, I doubt that would be relevant.

I’m also not really sure if Joo-hee genuinely loves Do-ha or if she is just being gaslighted and smirked at for her support of her murderous spouse. Although she doesn’t appear to be as awful as him, her unwavering support is very out of place. She will hopefully no longer trust him when she learns the whole truth in the Big Mouth finale. Who knows, perhaps she is a member of Big Mouse’s group as well and Chang-ho is just unaware of it.

Although Jerry isn’t seen very often, he is once more a sight to behold. Yes, I’m keeping an eye on him and his suits.

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