JTBC’s upcoming drama “Miss Hammurabi” has released new stills of Go Ara, INFINITE’s L, and Ryu Deok Hwan.  in  News

Back by:  happyLife  on  May 18, 2018 01:37 AM

INFINITE’s L Surprises Go Ara With A Hug In “Miss Hammurabi”

JTBC’s upcoming drama “Miss Hammurabi” has released new stills of Go Ara, INFINITE’s L, and Ryu Deok Hwan.


“Miss Hammurabi” will explore ordinary legal cases and tell the story of three judges with different personalities: a passionate, idealistic rookie judge named Park Cha Oh Reum (played by Go Ara), an elite judge who goes by the book named Im Ba Reun (played by L), and a realistic head judge named Han Se Sang (played by Sung Dong Il).

The drama aims to break the stereotype of judges while moving and making viewers laugh with the “real” story of judges who agonize between the law and reality.

On May 15, the drama released stills of co-workers and judges L, Go Ara, and Ryu Deok Hwan playing tennis together.

In the stills, the three actors show off their youthful looks while playing tennis. Their competitive match somehow leads to an accidental hug between L and Go Ara.
These photos are from a scene when Park Cha Oh Reum, Im Ba Reun, and Jung Bo Wang (played by Ryu Deok hwan) participate in the court’s tennis club. It shows the “real lives” of young judges behind the law books and thick-rimmed glasses, and how they work towards fair trials in their own ways.

A source from the drama said, “Go Ara, Kim Myung Soo [L], and Ryu Deok Hwan’s teamwork is good, so it was a scene where there was endless laughter. In the process of highlighting the realistic, humanistic sides of judges in versatile ways, we will bring fun while showing the sincerity of law and trials.”

“Miss Hammurabi” will premiere on May 21 at 11 p.m. KST.

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