INFINITE’s L, Sung Dong Il, Ryu Deok Hwan, Lee Elijah and Go Ara attended the upcoming Monday-Tuesday JTBC drama “Miss Hammurabi.”
In addition actors Kim Young Ok, Lee Won Jong, Go In Bum, Park Soon Chun, and Lee Chul Min attended the script reading as well.
The upcoming JTBC drama is a realistic court drama that is set to focus on the lives of three judges with three different personalities. Park Cha Oh Reum is the ideal passionate judge, while Im Ba Reun is the ‘play by the book’ judge, and Han Sae Sang the realistic head judge.
The drama is taking a different approach to the average court room drama, instead of focusing on huge scandalous cases, the drama will focus on smaller relatable realistic cases.
Go Ara is taking on the role of Park Cha Oh Reum, the passionate rookie judge who can’t contain herself when she sees injustice taking place. She is positive and has charisma that draws people to her side.
INFINITE’s L will play the role of Im Ba Reun, the elite judge who is all about following the book. He is good looking and intelligent, despite his image, he only wants to live a quiet life and has no interest in climbing up the career ladder. He will often get into arguments with Park Cha Oh Reum over what happens in court.
Sung Dong Il will play the role of Han Sae Sang. Someone who became a judge belatedly, he understands reality better than most of his peers. He uses his wisdom to balance between Park Cha Oh Reum and Im Ba Reun.
Ryu Deok Hwan is taking on the role of Jung Bo Wang, this is the actor’s first role after returning from the military. His character is known as antenna of the judge community because of his many friendships and connections, he’s also been a friend of INFINITE’s L character since middle school.
Lee Elijah is taking on the role of Lee Do Yeon, a cold judge who keeps her private life hidden well, she works hard non-stop and flawlessly.
The writer of the original novel that the drama is based on will also be writing the drama, Judge Moon Yoo Suk is going to write the drama script, using his first-hand experience, he will help give the drama the realistic touch it needs.
The drama will be directed by director Kwak Jung Hwan, who’s works include “Slave Hunters,” “The Fugitive Plan B,” and “The K2.”
The drama will begin filming soon as a pre-produced drama, the first episode is set to air in May.
Are you excited about the upcoming legal drama?