Jinyoung Offered Role in “Devil Judge”

Devil Judge Korean Drama - Jinyoung

An offer is out to Jinyoung (When My Love Blooms) for the new Korean drama Devil Judge. He would play an assistant judge. Ji Sung (Doctor John) is also still considering an offer to star as a chief judge.

The Devil Judge is about how judges discover the truth about people in court and centers around a chief judge who doesn’t believe justice actually exists and makes a big spectacle of doling out punishment in court. An assistant judge starts to question his motives and tries to find the truth. It comes from the writer of Miss Hammurabi.

The Devil Judge is hoping to air in late 2020.

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4 Responses to Jinyoung Offered Role in “Devil Judge”

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    Hmm…even though it’s seemingly another legal drama, I do like the sound of this one. It’s a pretty original storyline, and it could be nice to see how this will turn out 😊

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  2. Timescout says:

    In general I find leagal dramas a dead bore but there are exceptions. I quite liked Miss Hammurabi, so maybe this could work too.

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    • Kay says:

      I’m exactly the same way. Not into the legal genre, but occasionally one wins me over. Miss Hammurabi was a good one for me too, so that does perk me up a bit, and I will keep an eye on how this one develops 🙂


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