Netflix dropped a new poster for its upcoming drama Juvenile Justice, and the cast members shared their thoughts on the upcoming series. Juvenile Justice follows a tough judge who balances her aversion to minor offenders with firm beliefs on justice and punishment as she tackles complex cases inside a juvenile court.
Kim Hye Soo plays Shim Eun Seok, a judge who is not afraid to express her hatred towards young offenders. The actress shared that she was delighted to take part in the show and said, “I was truly surprised with the story. I think this series will give viewers a lot to think about, and I’m very glad to play a part in this work.”
Kim Mu Yeol, who takes on the role of a warm-hearted judge Cha Tae Joo, also showed his affection towards the upcoming drama. He said, “I was drawn to the script because it dealt with current social issues that I am interested in. I could see that the show was trying to highlight the underlying issues of our society with good intention, so I decided to join the series.”
Lee Sung Min plays the chief judge Kang Won Joong. He said, “Juvenile justice tries to find a viable solution to juvenile delinquency. The trial scenes within a juvenile court will offer a fresh take to legal dramas with scenes that were never shown in TV shows before.” Lee Jung Eun, who plays another chief judge named Na Geun Hee, said, “As an actor, I am glad to see a work that reflects our current society.”
Meanwhile, Juvenile Justice will premiere on February 25th.
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