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Justice (2019)

Justice cast: Choi Jin-Hyuk, Son Hyun-Joo, Nana. Justice Release Date: 17 July 2019. Justice Episodes: 32.
Justice cast: Choi Jin-Hyuk, Son Hyun-Joo, Nana. Justice Release Date: 17 July 2019. Justice Episodes: 32.

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Overall: Justice is a Korean Thriller Drama (2019). Justice cast: Choi Jin-Hyuk, Son Hyun-Joo, Nana.Justice Release Date: 17 July 2019. Justice Episodes: 32.

Justice Detail

Drama: Justice (2019)
Network: KBS2
Director: Jo Woong
Writer: Jang Ho (web novel), Elja (web novel), Jung Chan-Mi
Main Stars: Choi Jin-Hyuk, Son Hyun-Joo, Nana
Genres: Thriller, Mystery
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean
Release Date: 17 July 2019
Episodes: 32
Aired: 17 July 2019 – 5 September 2019
Aired On: Wednesday, Thursday
Also Known As: Ineoseokeul, Inner Circle, Jeoseutiseu, 이너서클

Justice Synopsis and Plot Summary

Lee Tae Kyung is a star legal advisor with the best win rate. He can win cases by utilizing his sharp rationale and shrewd discourses. He stores up influence and riches by managing customers who are a piece of the exclusive class. His cases have typically alluded from Song Woo Yong who is the proprietor of a development organization. Lee Tae Kyung gets these high-class lawbreakers vindicated or at least get probation. He initially turned into a legal counselor to seek retribution for his more youthful sibling yet has since gotten concentrated on cash. He changes when he manages a progression of cases including missing on-screen characters.

In the mean- time, Song Woo Yong has developed his development organization by piping criminal cases including affluent individuals to Lee Tae Kyung. For his family, he wants significantly more force. He clashes with Lee Tae Kyung over the cases including missing on-screen characters.

Justice Cast

Choi Jin-Hyuk as Lee Tae-Kyung
Son Hyun-Joo as Song Woo-Yong
Nana as Seo Yeon-A
Park Sung-Hoon as Tak Soo-Ho
Lee Eol as Woo Jong Ryeol Public Prosecutor General

Lee Hak-Joo as Ma Dong-Hyeok
Lee Ho-Jae as Seo Dong-Suk
Kim Ji-Hyun as Cha Nam-Sik
Oh Man-Seok as Joo Man-Yong
Jo Dal-Hwan as Nam Won-Ki

Ji Hye-Won as Jang Young-Mi
Lee Seo-An as Jung Hae-Jin
Yang Hyun-Min as Jang Ji-Soo
Kim Min-Seok as Lee Dong-Il
Kim Hyun-Mok as Lee Tae-Joo

Kim Hee-Chan as Song Dae-Jin
Jang In-Sub as Section Chief Choi
Lee Seo-Hwan as Kook Jin-Tae
Lee Bom Sori as Park Hyo-Rim
Kim Joo-Mi as Shim Sun-Hee

Song Duk-Ho as Shim Kwang-Hee
Lee Dae-Yeon as Kang Il-Man
Heo Dong-Won as Yang Chul-Ki
Lee Kang-Wook as Jo Hyun-Woo
Lee Hwang-Ul as Do Hoon-Je

Han Ki-Joong as Shin Il-Hoon
Lee Eol as Public Prosecutor General
Yang Hee-Won as boy in superhero costume
Lee Kyu-Seop as loan shark
Kim Jung-Chul as Tak Soo-Ho
Eom Ji-Man as Detective

Additional Cast Members

Park Seung-Tae – Young-Mi’s grandmother
Oh Kyung-Joo – prosecutor
Hwang In-Jun – cop 1
Song Hoon – PD
Kim Jung-Chul – Tak Soo-Ho young
Kang Woo-Je
Park Sung-Kyun
Park Joo-Yong
Park Han-Sol
Kim Seung-Tae

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