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Juvenile Justice: Release Date, Cast and More

Juvenile Justice, the upcoming drama that has fans gripping the edge of their seats in sheer excitement and pure anticipation, is going to be released tomorrow!

Juvenile Justice (소년 심판) is a law drama, directed by Hong Jong Chan. It is a Netflix original and is written by Kim Min-Seok. The series stars Kim Hye-sooKim Mu-yeol, and Lee Sung-min as the main cast. Kim Hye-soo, well known for her versatility and acting range, was last seen in Hyena (2020). Kim Mu-yeol is a musical theatre actor, who rose to fame for his roles in ‘A Muse.’ The series will have 10 episodes.

Earlier in November 2020, Netflix confirmed the production of the series. The series looks promising and tends to mainly focus on real issues. So, it will definitely be a thrill to watch!

Juvenile Justice: Highlights

The story focuses on the law and regulations regarding young offenders. Shim Eun-Seok (Kim Hye-Soo) is a well-known noble judge, with a cold and distant demeanor. She is known for her dislike of juveniles. After she gets appointed as a juvenile judge in the Yeonhwa district, she finds different ways to punish young offenders.

Kim Hye-Soo in Juvenile Justice
Kim Hye-Soo as Shim Eun-Seok

While being as close to justice and appropriate punishment, she has to tackle complex cases. In the meantime, discovering what being an adult truly means. This drama highlights real issues and sends a message of how society is responsible for juvenile acts.

Juvenile Justice: Release Date

Fans don’t have to wait much longer. Yes!! The K-drama that you all are deeply rooting for is set to be released tomorrow, i.e., 25th February 2022.

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Juvenile Justice Poster

Juvenile Justice: Cast

  • Kim Hye-soo as Shim Eun-seok
  • Kim Mu-yeol as Cha Tae-joo
  • Lee Sung-min as Kang Won-joong
  • Lee Jung Eun as Na Geun Hee

Where Can We Watch The Series?

The series will be available to stream worldwide from tomorrow, every Friday only on Netflix.

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