Netflix has revealed the first trailer and premiere date for the Korean-language TV Series, ‘Juvenile Justice.’ The courtroom crime drama starring Kim Hye-soo will release on February 25 on Netflix.
Juvenile Justice deals with a judge who dislikes juvenile offenders and subsequently realizes the challenges that youngsters encounter in society and how society limits their ability to become better.
Kim Hye-soo (Hyena, Signal) plays Sim Eun-seok, a dynamic judge who is newly appointed to a district with the most juvenile crime and makes decisions that are contradictory to previous rulings. She later tries to send a message to society, which she believes is also to blame for juvenile wrongdoing.
The series also stars Kim Mu-yeol as Cha Tae-joo, Lee Sung-min as Kang Won-Joong, Lee Jung-eun as Na Geun-hee, Park Ji-Yeon as Woo Soo-mi, Park Jong-hwan as Go Gang-sik, and Shin Jae-hwi as Seo-bum.
‘Juvenile Justice’ is directed by Hong Jong-chan(Dear My Friends), written by Kim Min-suk, produced by Gill Pictures(Stove League), and co-produced by GTist(Hotel del Luna).
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