Upcoming JTBC Legal Drama “Law School” Unveils The Characters’ Cool Charisma In Main Poster
JTBC’s upcoming Wednesday-Thursday drama “Law School” has released its main poster!
“Law School” is about the students and professors of South Korea’s top law school who get caught up in an unusual case.
The main poster features the ten lead characters who will be played by Kim Myung Min, Kim Bum, Ryu Hye Young, Lee Jung Eun, Lee Soo Kyung, David Lee, Go Yoon Jung, Hyun Woo, Gil Hae Yeon, and Oh Man Seok.
First off, the staff includes criminal law professor Yang Jong Hoon (Kim Myung Min), civil law professor and head of the law school’s legal clinic Kim Eun Sook (Lee Jung Eun), president of the school Oh Jung Hee (Gil Hae Yeon), and constitutional law professor and vice president Kang Joo Man (Oh Man Seok).
The students of the law school come from diverse backgrounds. Han Joon Hwi (Kim Bum) entered the school with top grades and a brilliant reputation. There are two students with the same name who are very different from each other. Kang Sol A (Ryu Hye Young) is a first-year law student who overcame poverty and misfortune in childhood to gain special admission to the law school, whereas Kang Sol B (Lee Soo Kyung) was born with a silver spoon in her mouth. Seo Ji Ho’s (David Lee’s) family suddenly went under, and he thinks of law school as an opportunity to raise his status. Jeon Ye Seol (Go Yoon Jung) is a gorgeous student who is always loved by people, and Yoo Seung Jae (Hyun Woo) is a doctor-turned-law-student.
The production crew talked about the photo shoot for the main poster, saying, “The ten characters with cool, intellectual charisma gathered together to complete the perfect legal synergy.” They added, “On April 14, fans will finally be able to see the actors’ performances that will fill the drama with their trustworthy character immersion and the intertwined mystery of the characters surrounding a certain incident. Please look forward to their journey to find truth and justice through law.”
“Law School” will premiere on April 14 at 9 p.m. KST.
In the meantime, watch Kim Bum in “Tale of the Nine-Tailed” below: