Kim Moo Yeol is joining Kim Hye Soo in the new Netflix series Juvenile Judgement.
Today, Netflix confirmed that Kim Moo Yeol joined their new original series Juvenile Judgement. In the drama, he will be playing juvenile criminal division’s associate judge Cha Tae Joo. Kim Hye Soo was earlier cast to play elite judge Shim Eun Seok.
Cha Tae Joo graduated high school by taking GED. He has no strings to pull but is a warm-hearted man who embraces the kids like their uncles. He will enliven the story by portraying a character that is the exact opposite of Shim Eun Seok.
Juvenile Judgement is a courtroom office drama that takes place when a grumpy judge who hates juvenile offenders is newly appointed to the juvenile criminal division. Live Up to Your Name and Dear My Friends director Hong Jong Chan will direct a heavy story about the adults’ role in society that neglects juvenile crimes.
The juvenile criminal division, which will be at the center of the drama, consists of one senior judge and two associate judges. In real life, Family Court’s Juvenile Court is in charge of juvenile criminal cases, but Juvenile Judgement will create a new department called “ juvenile criminal division” and the three judges will present various approaches to juvenile offenders.
Juvenile Judgement will be released only through Netflix.