- Drama: Juvenile Justice (소년심판)
- Network: Netflix
- Episodes: 10
- Air Date: February 25, 2022
Juvenile Justice is a Netflix series depicting the stories of judges in charge of juvenile crimes and the juvenile crimes that judge Shim Eun-seok, who ‘has hatred’ for juvenile criminals, faces as she is appointed to the juvenile department of the district court.
The poster with a strong black and white contrast and a red title makes us curious about the stories they will tell us with the different atmospheres of several juvenile offenders and four judges with different expressions.
Kim Hye-soo, who plays Judge Shim Eun-seok, who does not hesitate to say that she hates juvenile criminals, said, “I was surprised that such a story could be written. It was nice to think that it was a series that viewers had no choice but to ponder together, and I was happy that the work came to me,” she said of her first impression of the screenplay.
Kim Moo-yeol, who played Judge Cha Tae-joo, who looked at a juvenile offender with a different temperature from Shim Eun-seok, said, “I was naturally drawn to it because it was a story I was interested in. I liked the purpose of the work, so I wanted to do it together.”
Lee Seong-min, who played Chief Judge Kang Won-jung, said, “‘Juvenile Justice’ was a work that sought a more active and specific solution. The trial scene in the juvenile court was also fresh and different from the existing courtroom,” he explained, explaining why he had no choice but to participate in the work.
Lee Jung-eun, who plays the role of Na Geun-hee, another judge with a bitter personality, said, “As an actor, it was nice to see that a work that could capture the image of the society we are facing came out.”
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