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5 Pieces of Evidence Proving “Law School” Qualifies To Be Your Next Favorite Series On Netflix

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Pitching talented actors to a unique legal drama premise, Law School is definitely not to be missed!

Taking an entertaining and intriguing route, Law School tells a grim incident at a prestigious university that shocks everyone. A tough law professor and his students learn about true justice and law as they seek the truth behind what happened.


Evidence #1: Talented Young Actor Cast

Law schools are full of intelligent and gifted students, and the cast of Law School is no exception. You’ve probably seen these talented and promising actors before. Kim Bum recently impressed with his portrayal of mischievous Lee Rang in Tale of the Nine Tailed. Ryu Hye Young received much love for her stoic but warm character in Reply 1988.

We’ll get to see a new side of Lee Su Kyoung from her security team member character in Where Stars Land. Lee David will give off a completely different aura from his bullied character in Itaewon Class. Finally, we’ll get to see more of Sweet Home actress Go Youn Jung.


Evidence #2: Superb Seasoned Actors

Respected and reliable veteran actors brim in Law School! Known for his gravitas and moving portrayals, Kim Myung Min leads the senior cast as the main hero. Parasite actress Lee Jung Eun can pull off diverse characters and her newest character will be distinctly different.

Park Hyuk Kwon’s detailed acting preps for a convincing portrayal in his character.  Likewise, An Nae-sang will leave you with a lasting impression. Rounding up Team Professors of Law School are actors Chung Won Joong, Gil Hae Yeon, Woo Hyun, and Oh Man Seok.


Evidence #3: A Deeper Look In Korean Law School Setting

While legal dramas are staple stories praised through the years in K-Dramaland, Law School makes an interesting spin.

Through the series, we can get a glimpse of what law schools might look like in Korea. It’s the perfect setting where we see young minds and professors tackle justice, law, and real crimes.

The series will discuss laws that affect all of us in our day-to-day lives and examine whether or not law is truly equal.

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Evidence #4: A Cryptic Case

In the series, while law school is in session, an unexpected murder takes place at the university. The victim is Professor Seo Byung-ju (An Nae-sang) and everyone becomes a suspect.

As the investigation ensues, the truth becomes uncovered as motives come to light. The students begin to delve into the case while studying.

Will they be able to discover who the murderer is? Will the culprit be amongst them? The riveting mystery will have all of us sleuthing as we try to figure out who killed the professor.


Evidence #5: Hidden Agendas

There’s more to each character than meets the eyes. Some interesting facts include how the dynamics change as Yang Jong-hoon loses his revered professor status when he becomes a prime suspect. Han Joon-hwi (Kim Bum) enters school with top grades and appears to be perfect in every regard, but he has a hidden agenda.

Similarly, Jeon Ye-seul (Go Youn-jung) seems to have it all and only applied to law school in order to spend more time with her boyfriend, but circumstances change drastically when she makes it and he doesn’t. There’s also Yu Seung-jae (Hyun Woo) who is an elite doctor who makes the unusual decision to enter law school despite being a successful doctor.

So many curious characters, but we’ll find out more about them as the drama unfolds.

Be sure to watch Law School at 10 PM (PST) with new episodes every Wednesday and Thursday available two hours after the Korean broadcast, only on Netflix!


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