Kim Hye Soo And Kim Moo Yeol In Talks For New Legal Drama
On November 10, one source shared that Kim Hye Soo and Kim Moo Yeol will be playing the lead roles in a new Netflix drama titled “Juvenile Judgement” (literal title). Both their agencies confirmed that they are currently reviewing the script.
“Juvenile Judgement” is a legal drama that takes place when a prickly judge who hates juvenile offenders is newly appointed to the juvenile court of the Yeonhwa District. The judge, who was a victim of a juvenile crime before, will face various cases involving youth and discover what it truly means to be an adult.
If Kim Hye Soo accepts the role, she will play Shim Eun Seok, a judge in the juvenile court of the Yeonhwa District. She is someone with charismatic eyes and a rough personality who is fierce enough to be considered arrogant. She has a competitive streak, which helped her push past her male colleagues to reach the top.
On the other hand, Kim Moo Yeol was offered the role of another judge who is 180 centimeters (5 feet 11 inches) tall and has broad shoulders. Described as “both manly and sexy,” he is someone who overcame the hardships of a poor environment and became a judge after taking the high school qualification exam (the Korean equivalent of a GED).
“Juvenile Judgement” is directed by Hong Jong Chan and written by Kim Min Seok. It will be produced by Gill Pictures, and the drama will air on Netflix.
While waiting for updates, watch Kim Hye Soo in “Signal“:
Check out Kim Moo Yeol in “The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil” as well: