“Delayed Justice” Ratings Rise As Jung Woo Sung Makes His 1st Appearance In Bae Sung Woo’s Role

Jung Woo Sung made his highly-anticipated first appearance on SBS’s “Delayed Justice” last night!

Last month, Bae Sung Woo left the cast of “Delayed Justice” after it came to light that he had recently been booked for a DUI (driving under the influence). Immediately afterwards, the drama went on a three-week hiatus, and Jung Woo Sung eventually joined the cast to take over Bae Sung Woo’s role as journalist Park Sam Soo for the remaining episodes of the show.

On January 15, “Delayed Justice” saw a modest increase in viewership for Jung Woo Sung’s very first episode of the drama. According to Nielsen Korea, the latest broadcast scored average nationwide ratings of 4.7 percent and 5.6 percent for its two parts.

“Delayed Justice” is a comedy about two men who stand up for justice by representing victims that are falsely accused. In addition to Jung Woo Sung, the drama also stars Kwon Sang Woo as Park Tae Yong, a public defender who has only a high school diploma.

Over in the cable network realm, JTBC’s “Hush” also enjoyed a slight rise in viewership for its latest episode, which scored an average rating of 2.6 percent nationwide.

Check out “Delayed Justice” with subtitles below!

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