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Big Mouth Episode 16 Preview: When, Where and How to Watch!




Lee Jong-suk, Im Yoon-ah (Yoona), Kim Joo-hun, 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.

The K-drama titled “Big Mouth” follows the story of Park Chang-ho, an average lawyer whose “big mouth” gets him into difficulty, which ultimately leads to him becoming involved in a conspiracy. Following the conclusion of a murder investigation, he was given the appellation “Genius Swindler Big Mouse,” which caused him to scramble to cleanse his identity and his life from the plot and its repercussions, with the assistance of his wife Ko Mi-ho.

“Thriller about a failed lawyer who gets embroiled in a murder case and is somehow fingered as clever swindler Big Mouse,” is how IMDB describes the plot of the series.

Big Mouth Episode 16 Preview
Big Mouth Plot

In addition to a plethora of other actors and actresses, the series stars Jong-suk, Im Yoon-ah, Kim Joo-hun, Yang Kyung-won, Kwak Dong-yeon, and Ok Ja-yeon.

Where to Watch Big Mouth

The series will be available to stream on MBC in addition to Disney+ in some countries and territories.

Big Mouth Episode List

The suspenseful television show will consist of a total of 16 episodes and will air on Fridays and Saturdays.

Big Mouth Release Date and Time

MBC will begin streaming the series on July 29, 2022, and it will run through September 17, 2022. The sixteenth episode of Big Mouth will be available to watch on Disney+ on September 17 at 8 PM IST.

Big Mouth Episode 16 Predictions

Chang-ho and Do-ha square off against one another in the fairly significant argument in which Chang-ho is tasked with proving that he is not guilty of the crime. The plan devised by Mi-ho is successful, but it has disastrous repercussions for both Chang-ho and Do-ha, albeit for distinct reasons.

Big Mouth Episode 15 Recap

As Chairman Kang and Ji-possessions hoon’s fall into Do-hands, ha’s Chang-ho begins to prepare for the upcoming election. Mi-ho, who doesn’t have much time on his hands, makes the decision to head into the fish farm in order to put an end to these shady political dealings for good.

You may watch the series on Disney+ as well as on MBC.

Big Mouth (South Korean TV series) Bio
Lee Jong-suk, Im Yoon-ah, and Kim Joo-hun are now appearing as the main characters in the South Korean television series Big Mouth (Korean: ; RR: Bingmauseu). The first episode aired on MBC TV on July 29, 2022, and subsequent episodes are broadcast at 21:50 local time on Fridays and Saturdays (KST). Additionally, it may be streamed on Disney+ in select territories across the world.
In each episode of the series, the protagonist, an ineffective attorney, finds himself embroiled in a murder investigation. He investigates a massive plot involving people from more fortunate social groups in order to ensure his own survival and the safety of his family.

Lee Jong-suk plays the role of Park Chang-ho, a third-rate lawyer with a success rate of ten percent and a reputation among his legal colleagues as “Big Mouth” due to his propensity to speak before acting. When someone mistakes him for the master con artist known as “Big Mouse,” the fate of his life is suddenly put in jeopardy.

Im Yoon-ah plays the role of Ko Mi-ho, Chang-supporting ho’s wife who works as a nurse and possesses a daring personality in addition to her stunning good looks.

Kim Joo-hun stars in the role of Choi Do-ha, the aspirational mayor of Gucheon whose objective in life is to ascend to the position of president with the most dignity.

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.