“Law School” Lee Jung-eun, Gil Hae-yeon, Woo-hyun, Oh Man-seok, and Lee Chun-hee enhanced the quality of the work with their trusted and viewed performances that no one can dispute.
One of the reasons why viewers of JTBC’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “Law School” (directed by Kim Seok-yoon, scriptwriter Seo-in, production JTBC Studio, Studio Phoenix, and Dong-dong House) responded over the past eight weeks is that there was no acting hole anywhere in the play. From Lee Jeong-eun, who filled the inside and outside of the law school, to Gil Hae-yeon, Woo-hyun, Oh Man-seok, and Lee Chun-hee, all characters were able to have a special presence thanks to their solid acting.
First of all, Lee Jung-eun instilled deep experience and reality into the role of Kim Eun-sook, a civil law professor with extraordinary loyalty and virtue, and received a response throughout the broadcast, saying, “I wish I had such a life mentor.” In particular, Jeon Ye-seul (Ko Yoon-jung), a student who collapsed due to lack of dating violence, said, “violence is not love,” and sprinkled thrilling sparkling water with a big picture that penetrated the number of “lawmaker” Ko Hyung-soo (Jung Won-jung). Kim Eun-sook’s warm and righteous move was possible because of Lee Jung-eun’s passionate performance, which inspired each line with sincerity.
Gil Hae-yeon broke down into Oh Jung-hee, the president of Korea National University Law School, and showed what charisma comes from experience. He always stood firm against the pressure of schools, empowering law school professors and students. In particular, the moment when he responded gracefully to Ko Hyung-soo, who threatened Jeon Ye-seul with his powerful eyes, created a scene that stuck in his mind.
Oh Man-seok, who plays Vice President Kang Joo-man, realistically depicts the conflict between his father and his responsibilities as a constitutional professor. While feeling sorry for his daughter Kang Sol B (Lee Soo-kyung), who grew up under pressure, he pushed with a bitter voice that she lacked “qualifications” as a lawyer, increasing the persuasion of his father’s love. That’s why I’m even more curious about the ending of the two fathers and daughters, who have experienced various crises together on campus and know each other’s true feelings.
Lastly, Woo-hyun and Lee Chun-hee, who played the role of Sung Dong-il, president of the copy room, and Park Geun-tae, a public lawyer, played a perfect combination play with an unimaginable tiki-taka. He was responsible for the laughter of viewers by invigorating the play with his detailed wit. Above all, while giving students a bone-hitting fact, Yang Jong-hoon (Kim Myung-min), Professor Kim Eun-sook, and increasingly one “Law School” students increased team synergy. Expectations are also high for the final performance of the two, who burst into laughter whenever they appear.
The final episode of “Law School” will air on JTBC at 9 p.m. tomorrow (9th).
[Maeil Economic Daily Star Today reporter Jin Hyang-hee]
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