10 Must Watch Korean Dramas About Law That Will Makes You Think!
In this article we will share to you the 10 Must Watch korean dramas about Law that will makes you think. Let’s dive right to it.
1. Remember: War of the Son
This kdrama follows Seo Jin Woo, a lawyer whose father had been wrongly accused of a crime he did not commit. He once has a condition called ‘hyperthymesia’, which refers to ability to remember a substantial amount of life details and experience vividly.
He use his condition to remember things clearly to fight for justice due his father against a powerful rich criminals. The problem started when Jin Woo start losing his memory due to Alzheimer’s disease.
2. The Good Wife
The Good Wife is a remake of the American TV series of the same title with some unique differentiation that will makes you feels like it’s a different drama. This kdrama follows a story of Tae Joon, an accomplished prosecutor, who ended up in jail as he involved in political scandal and his wife, Hye kyung, who used to be an attorney and after 15 years, resumes her career and begins to find her true identity.
3. Suspicious Partner
Suspicious Partner korean drama is a story about Noh Ji Wook, who is a brainiac prosecutor and Eun Bong Hee is a rookie justice department intern, who always seems to find herself in the most unfortunate and embarrassing situations. Bong Hee is falsely accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend, and Ji Wook gets demoted because he risks his career and reputation to save Bong Hee.
Things get complicated as their careers, and love lives get entangled, but one thing brings them together- catching the real culprit responsible for a series of murders before they run out of time and get themselves killed. Ji Eun Hyuk used to be a good friend of Ji Wook, and their friendship used to be the strongest ever. During Eun Hyuk’s troubled childhood, Ji Wook used to feel like his only family. However, after few years, Bong-Hee and Ji-Wook meet again, but on opposing sides. Bong-Hee is representing the plaintiff and Ji-Wook is representing the defendant in a court case.
Defendant is a legal drama that have a thrilling journey to prove a man’s innocence. Defendant follows the story of Park Jung-woo (Ji Sung) a leading prosecutor and head of the violent crimes investigative division.
He has a reputation for never losing a case. One day he wakes up finding himself in prison, he was framed for the murder of his own family and sentenced to death. The problem is he has no idea how he got there due to suffering from amnesia. It’s a race against time to prove his innocence and uncover the truth.
5. While You Were Sleeping
Hong-joo is cursed with her ability to see the future deaths of others in her dreams, even though she never knew the date of when it will happen. The problem start when she dreamed the death of her own mother. Prosecutor Jae Chan knew this and try his best to keep her mother and prevent the dream from come true.
6. Law School
Law School depicts the struggles of law school students and professors in South Korea’s top law school. This new 2021 Korean drama is the first Korean law drama to be focused on life in a law school.
Yang Jong-Hoon (played by Kim Myung-Min) is a former prosecutor who now teaches at a university as a law professor. He is known for his harsh approach to teaching, which he sees as integral to cultivating successful candidates for the law field. But the entire university becomes enshrouded in a murder mystery in which everyone is a suspect.
7. The Devil Judge
Devilish Judge is a drama about a judge, Kang Yo-han (Ji-sung), and Kim Ga-on (Park Jin-young), his associate who keeps his identity a mystery from everyone.
GOT7’s Park Jin-young plays Kim Ga-on, a jury member who lost his parents in a tragic incident when he was a child. With the support of his father’s friend, he studied hard to become a judge, landing him the position of an associate under Yo-han.
8. Lawless Lawyer
This action packed korean dramas follows the life of a gangster-turned-lawyer Bong Sang-pil. he fight the corruption that exist using both his fist and his skills. This 16 episode of korean dramas is definitely worth to watch.
9. I Hear Your Voice
After overcoming poverty and a difficult childhood, Jang Hye-sung (Lee Bo-young) becomes a lawyer, specifically a public defender, but she is pragmatic, self-preserving and jaded. Her life changes when she encounters Park Soo-ha (Lee Jong-suk), a high school senior with the supernatural ability to read other people’s thoughts by looking into their eyes.
Soo-ha gained his mind-reading ability when witnessing his father getting murdered ten years previously. His father’s death had initially been dismissed as a car accident until Hye-sung, then a high school girl (Kim So-hyun), gave a decisive testimony in court despite the killer’s threats (Jung Woong-in).
As Hye-sung works with Soo-ha and a cop-turned-lawyer Gwan-woo (Yoon Sang-hyun), together, the unlikely team uses unconventional methods to solve their cases.
Vincenzo is a romance-comedy about 2 lawyers – Park Joo-hyung (Song Joong-ki) and Hong Cha-young (Jun Yeo-bin). At age 8, Park Joo-Hyeong moves to Italy after being adopted and takes on the name Vincenzo Casano (Song Joong-Ki). He begins working for the mafia.
After fleeing to South Korea, Joo-hyung meets Cha-young by chance and soon falls in love with her, putting the two lawyers into a budding romance amidst their pursuit of justice.
Law kdramas to makes your brain cells wake up!
This law kdramas will definitely cause you to think more about life and open your eyes about social issues in almost every society, in this case, it taken place in korea. You don’t need to understand korea legal system to be entertained by these law korean dramas. Just watch and makes you you have a cup of coffee accompany your watching time.