“Law school,” Kim Myung-min, “It’s great to learn difficult legal term.”

[Reporter Jin Hyang-hee on the Daily Economy Star Today]

Actor Kim Myung-min shared the distinction of ‘Law school’.

On the afternoon of the 14th, while the online production presentation of JTBC’s new Wednesday and Thursday drama ‘Law School’ was held, director Kim Seok-yoon introduced, “The difference of ‘Law school’ is similar to other legal dramas, but it can be seen as a genre that has taken a step further in depth.”

Kim Myung-min said, “‘Law School’ is a legal drama, but it can be said that it is a campus product, but it deals with a mystery case on campus.”

“Usually, a few protagonists come out to solve the case, but in ‘Law School’, all students come out to solve the case with the professor. You can’t see a sweet love story. I think I’m telling you in advance, but there are a few, but it doesn’t seem to go deep.”

‘Law School’ is a campus mystery drama that unfolds as Korea’s most prestigious law school professors and students become entangled in an unprecedented incident. It contains the process of realizing law and justice for prospective legal professionals through the bloody, sweaty, and bloody survival of the law school.

Kim Myung-min played the role of Yang Jong-hoon, a criminal law professor who was a former prosecutor who took an elite course. He is a character who came to law school in order to raise a good lawyer who earns both the originality and respect of the students with the breathtaking ‘Socrates question-and-answer method’ class and the direct language method full of swear words.

‘Law School’ will be broadcast for the first time at 9 PM on the 14th and will be released to the world through Netflix.


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