The streaming giant Netflix has today released brand new images of their upcoming new series Juvenile Justice.
Juvenile Justice is a drama about the law which takes place when an unpopular judge who is smitten by juvenile offenders is assigned to the youth court in the Yeonhwa District. This judge who has been the victim of a juvenile crime, will have to deal with a variety of juvenile crimes involving youth, and will discover what it is to become an adult.
On Wednesday, the drama got revealed by the first look featuring Kim Hye Soo, Kim Moo Yeol, Lee Sung Min and Lee Jung-Eun in the role of Kim Hye Soo!
Kim Hye Soo plays Shim Eun Seok, who is a judge in The juvenile Court in the Yeonhwa District. She has stunning eyes and a rough persona that is strong enough to be regarded as arrogant. Her competitive spirit has helped her get past male peers to achieve the highest levels. The picture demonstrates Shim Eun Seok’s determination to punish people who have committed crime.
On the other the other hand, Kim Moo Yeol plays the role of a judge named Cha Tae Joo . He was able to overcome the difficulties of a poor background and was able to become a judge after passing the high school qualification exam (the Korean equivalent of an GED). Cha Tae Joo’s character is different in comparison to Shim Eun Seok. Contrary to her, he’s committed to second opportunities. The man believes that people will transform to improve their lives if their stories are shared. The picture taken by Cha Tae Joo reflects his soft, warm eyes that look at his gentle and patient nature.
In the next video, Lee Sung Min has changed to become the exotic Kang Won Joong. He is a chief judge who is devoted to traditions and values. His tenure as judge was part of the court that deals with juveniles for more than 22 years, and is an individual who considers the limits of law. He is often in disagreement in the courtroom with Shim Eun Seok, who does not respect the boundaries of judge.
Lee Jung Eun shows Chief judge Na Geun Hee’s coldness in the video released. Na Geun Hee has a gentle way of speaking, however she has a icy tough personality and she tackles criminals of juvenile age in a sensible and efficient manner. She believes that speed is the most important factor, which is why she is in a heated debate between her and Shim Eun Seok and Shim Eun Seok, who is known for consistency in investigating the cases.
Kim Min Seok, the writer determined to “present diverse views and perspectives regarding juvenile offenders by using four judges” allows viewers to look at juvenile crimes from a variety of perspectives , through different judges based on their personal opinions.
Kim Hye Soo commented, “Since each of the characters’ views are easily understood I was eager to see their unity. I was amazed by the fact that every judge’s view of conflict and unity seemed to be harmoniously balanced.”
Juvenile Justice will premiere on February 25 on the leading streaming platform Netflix.