‘Law School’ Lee Jung-eun takes off the veil of ‘trap’

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

In “Law School”, the big picture of Lee Jung-eun will be unveiled. She had all her own plans for dealing with the enemy.

Kim Eun-sook (Lee Jung-eun), a professor of civil law in the JTBC Wednesday-Thursday drama “Law School” (directed by Kim Seok-yoon, screenwriter Seo-in, production JTBC Studio, Studio Phoenix, and Dong-dong House), has been a warm supporter of students suffering from daily events.

Furthermore, it helped students such as Yoo Seung-jae (Hyun-woo), who hacked the test questions, and Kang Sol B (Lee Soo-kyung), who is suspected of plagiarizing the paper, to solve the problem on their own. She stepped up to clear the murder suspicion of Professor Yang Jong-hoon (Kim Myung-min), and also showed high fellowship by discussing the problems of his students.

In the last broadcast, however, Ko Hyung-soo (Jung Won-jung), a lawmaker of the Legislation and Judiciary Committee, who is the central pillar of the law school, raised questions. It delivered the “proposal to abolish the crime of defamation in a timely manner,” which had been prepared for a long time on condition of Kang Sol A’s practice. While seeking ways to boost his approval rating and divert media attention to his son Ko Young-chang’s case ahead of the next presidential election, Ko Hyung-soo naturally asked for solid data, which led to a press conference ahead of the “bad perm” public participation trial.

On the day of the “bad perm” and Jeon Ye-seul (Go Yoon-jung), who Ko Young-chang sued, held a press conference, and the situation went as he had hoped. Public opinion was aroused by his announcement that he would make those who reveal the truth not subject to unfair criminal punishment, and thanks to this, reporters’ attention was all focused on the “bad perm” national team, and his son’s case seemed to be buried quietly.

However, there is a reasonable suspicion that Kim Eun-sook did not negotiate with Ko, but rather set a trap for him. At the press conference, she also led the “bad perm” case, which was referred to the Regal Clinic. Furthermore, at a public press conference, Ko Hyung-soo used on-site recordings of unscrupulous child rapist Lee Man-ho (Cho Jae-ryong) who came into a civil law class in the past to sue netizens for malicious comments, providing grounds for why the “factual libel crime” should be abolished and criticized him.

As a result, the relationship between Ko and Lee Man-ho, who had been secretly behind each other, sowed seeds of conflict. This is why Kang Sol-A, a student who said, “It should be different,” should be different from Ko Hyung-soo, who shakes a person’s life at his disposal using his powerful power, became more curious.

In response, the production team said, “Kim Eun-sook, who always communicated warmly with students and taught them how to be just, will cleverly manipulate Ko Hyung-soo to protect law school students and professors.” “Please pay attention to Kim Eun-sook’s move as well as Yang Jong-hoon.” JTBC’s Law School airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 9 p.m.


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