Netflix will service JTBC’s new Wednesday-Thursday series Law School from April 14th.
Law School, set to premiere on 14th, will meet viewers around the world through Netflix. New episodes will unveil in Asian, English-speaking countries, Arabic, and Latin American regions every Wednesday and Thursday at 11 PM KST starting from the 14th. The entire series will have its opening simultaneously to the other areas on June 10th at 4 PM KST.
Law School is a mystery series that takes its place on campus with Korean top law professors and law students getting involved in unprecedented cases. In other words, it depicts the process of lawyers-to-be students realizing what law and justice truly mean as they survive the school.
The Detective K franchise and The Light in Your Eyes director Kim Seok Yoon is in charge of the show with Judge vs. Judge screenwriter Seo In.
The four leading characters of the Law School
Kim Myung Min partnered with director Kim Seok Yoon, with whom he worked on three Detective K series. He plays Yang Jong Hoon, a prosecutor-turned-professor of criminal law. His Socratic questioning and direct speech draw both resentment and respect from students. He became a professor in law school to raise righteous legal professionals.
Kim Bum plays Han Joon Hwi, a freshman in the law school who tops his class. He dreamed of becoming a prosecutor after witnessing his uncle taking advantage of the law as a prosecutor.
Ryu Hye Young took Kang Sol(A) ‘s role, who enrolled the law school with a special admission. But despite the short joy, she struggles as she finds herself surrounded by brilliant minds.
Kim Eun Sook, played by Lee Jung Eun, is a civil law professor who was once the head of the law school’s free legal clinic.
When the Chief Prosecutor Seo Byung Ju (Ahn Nae Sang) is found dead at the law school, these four characters get involved in an unprecedented case.
Law School will premiere on the 14th on TV and Netflix.