After the success of Squid Game and All of Us are Dead, Netflix is back with the latest Korean drama series, Juvenile Justice. Starting on Friday, February 25, 2021, KDrama Juvenile Justice can be watched online via the Netflix live streaming video platform.
Kdrama Juvenile Justice is directed by Hong Jong Chan, a director who has directed several well-known drama series such as Her Private Life, Life, The Most Beautiful Goodbye and Live Up To Your Name. While the script was written by Kim Min Seok.
Kim Hye Soo, Kim Moo Yul, Lee Sung Min, and Lee Jung Eun fill the list of the main cast in a crime drama series centered on various cases in juvenile justice. Several other artists who were involved include Park Jong Hwan, Park Ji Yun, Shin Jae Hwi, and Geum Kwang San.
Juvenile Justice Korean Drama Info
Schedule & Where to Watch Stream
|Director||Hong Jong Chan|
|Writers||Kim Min Seok|
|Release Date||Friday, February 25, 2022|
Sim Eun Seok (Kim Hye Soo) is an elite judge who has an unfriendly personality. And most importantly, she hates juvenile criminals.
The stern judge was then assigned to the local juvenile court. Having a golden opportunity, Sim Eun Seok immediately jumps into action to punish the violators in her own style, even if she has to break the prevailing custom.
- Kim Hye Soo (Sim Eun Seok)
- Kim Moo Yul (Cha Tae Joo)
- Lee Sung Min (Kang Won Joong)
- Lee Jung Eun (Na Geun Hee)
- Park Jong Hwan (Go Gang Sik)
- Park Ji Yeon (Woo Soo Mi)
- Shin Jae Hwi (Seo Beom)
- Geum Kwang San (Kyung Joong Han)
- Oh Min Jung