Kim Hye-soo, Kim Mu-yeol courted for Netflix drama Juvenile Court
Kim Hye-soo, Kim Mu-yeol
Kim Hye-soo (Hyena) and Kim Mu-yeol (Intruder) have reportedly been offered roles in the upcoming Netflix original series Juvenile Court. According to both of the actors’ respective agencies, they are currently in the stages of reviewing the project.
The role Kim Hye-soo has been offered is that of the main character, a prickly judge who hates young criminal offenders, but has been recently appointed to preside cases at the local district’s juvenile crimes court. Similarly, Kim Mu-yeol’s character is also a judge for the same juvie court, but he graduated with only G.E.D. (basically, he’s never gone to college), so clearly there’s a story behind his youth.
Meanwhile, Kim Hye-soo’s mystery film The Day I Died, directed by Park Ji-wan, will be released on November 12 if you’re itching to watch her in a new project soon. Likewise, you can catch sight of Kim Mu-yeol in the mystery film Intruder, directed by Sohn Won-pyung, which premiered in June of this year.
Netflix drama Juvenile Court, written by Kim Min-seok and directed by Hong Joong-chan, has yet to release details regarding its air date.
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