If you are in the mood for binge-watching or just want a small dose of entertainment to kick out the day’s stress, Netflix is your savior. While the streaming giant boasts of thousands of titles to watch, there are times when nothing seems to be interesting enough. So, when in doubt just watch a crime drama, because you can never go wrong with one.
Unexpected twists and intriguing stories, crime dramas are anything but normal. The latest addition to the genre which seems to be promising enough is Juvenile Justice, an upcoming Netflix original Korean crime drama. Juvenile Justice is directed by Jong Jong Chan and is written by screenwriter Kim Min Sook.
So, if you are a fan of all things Korean and are already excited about this K-drama, here we have all the latest updates about it.
Juvenile Justice on Netflix Release Date
The crime drama was originally slated to release in January 2022, as per What’s On Netflix. However, since many series and movies are seeing delays, Juvenile Justice is no exception. It is now confirmed to release in February 2022. The new and final Netflix release date of Juvenile Justice is Friday, February 25, 2022.
Juvenile Justice Trailer
The teaser trailer for Netflix Original Juvenile Justice has been released on January 25, 2022. It looks promising and exciting. ‘I detest young offenders’, the judge is seen saying with her eyes validating the statement. ‘How dare you commit a crime at such a young age,’ is written in bold which is another proof of the judge’s dislike towards juvenile offenders.
Watch the Juvenile Justice trailer here.
Juvenile Justice Plot
It’s a no-brainer that the series is set in the backdrop of juveniles. A judge who is infamous for having a strong dislike towards juveniles, ironically, gets appointed as the new judge of a Juvenile Court. However, there’s always a story behind such behavior. So is the case with this judge. In her youth, she has taken to some juvenile crime, and now when positions are switched she gets a chance to handle juvenile cases and realize what it means to be an adult.
Juvenile Justice Cast
Kim Hye Soo will lead the series as Judge Shim Eun Seok. The K-dramas fans might be knowing that Soo, to date, is one of the most popular South Korean actresses. The other cast members include Kim Mu Yeol as Cha Tae Joo, Lee Sung Min as Kang Won Joong, Lee Jung Eun as Na Geun Hee, Park Jong-Hwan as Go Kang Shik, Park Ji Yun as Woo Soo Mi, and Shin Jae Hwi as Seo Bum, among others.