Kim Myung Min Accepts Lead Role in “Law School”

Law School Korean Drama - Kim Myung Min

Kim Myung Min (Miracle That We Met) has accepted a lead role in the new Korean drama Law School. Law School is about a former prosecutor who is now a professor at a prestigious law school and a group of students that get involved in an unprecedented case.

Kim Myung Min will play the professor. He will be joined by Kim Bum (Mrs. Cop 2) and Ryu Hye Young (Dear My Room) who will play law school students and Lee Jung Eun (Once Again) who will play another professor.

Law School is hoping to air in the first half of 2021 on JTBC.

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4 Responses to Kim Myung Min Accepts Lead Role in “Law School”

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    Hmm…it could be interesting I guess? Depends a bit on what that “unprecedented case” is. The law angle usually is a bit of a hit or miss with me, but we’ll wait for a first trailer😀

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  2. Timescout says:

    Leagal dramas tend to put me to sleep but there has been exceptions. 😁 This could be one of those… maybe.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kay says:

      Yep, we’re similar in that area. I’m super picky with my legal dramas as they really have to play up other elements that I like. We’ll see what we get with this one.

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