Juvenile Justice Character Posters Revealed, Thrilling K-Drama to Release on This Date!

Juvenile Justice is an upcoming legal drama on Netflix which translates to ‘Boys Judgement’ and that precisely reflects the story of the show. It is directed by Hong Jong-chan and, stars Kim Hye-soo, Kim Mu-yeol, Lee Jeong-eun and Lee Sung-min in the main cast. The character posters for our main characters have been out and they look as intense and thrilling as ever.

Juvenile Justice will tell the story of a judge, who is popular with her dislike for juveniles. When she is appointed as the judge of a new juvenile court, she would need to tackle her aversions and the complexities in a courtroom to give a balanced verdict. This central character will be played by Kim Hye-soo, who will be stepping into the shoes of her character Shim Eun-seok.

The recently out character poster reveals Hye-soo along with the three other main characters who have been cast as the judges in his courtroom drama. Let us have a look at them!

Juvenile Justice Character Posters:

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The poster hints towards how the four judges have different opinions on Juvenile offenders and, the verdict date will be same as the series’ release date.

The second set of posters released showed the young characters who will be playing the offenders and victims in the series. The post was captioned as: “‘I am a juvenile offender.’ Boy offenders with unknown expressions. For what crimes did they stand before the court of law? Judgment is a hot topic in society with the story of juvenile offenders and the judges who judge them.”

Juvenile Justice Teaser:

The upcoming Korean drama series will arrive on Netflix. It is scheduled to release on February 25, 2022. Click here to set a reminder on your Netflix account!.

Also Read: All of Us Are Dead: All You Need to Know About Netflix’s Upcoming Horror Korean Drama

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