Five Drama Recommendations… For Cool Dramas That Don’t Suck » Dramabeans Korean Drama Recap

Five Drama Recommendations… For Cool Dramas That Don’t Suck » Dramabeans Korean Drama Recap

Five drama recommendations… for cool dramas that aren’t bad

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Dramaland loves their legal dramas, but what makes legal dramas really work and be fun? Accurate representation of the law and legal process? A dose of romance? A slice of life that contains stories about people, not just cases?

Whatever makes legal drama popular for you, there’s more than enough to choose from, each with a unique genre. Here are some of our favorites.

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Jas (2018)

I’ll admit I haven’t been through a lot of cool dramas – and a lot of the ones I’ve finished are simply because I forced myself to work hard these last few episodes. not so with Costume, whose characters and cases gripped me from start to finish. When newly promoted senior partner Choi Kang-seok (Jang Dong-gun) decided to give Go Yeon-woo a chance who dropped out of school (Park Hyung Shik), he did so knowing that Yeon-woo had just made a mistake that should have landed him in prison — and that taking Yeon-woo under his wing would get the two of them in more trouble if caught.

Between the stakes, exciting and inspiring bits of life lessons sprinkled throughout the episode, and of course the magnetic chemistry between Jang Dong-gun and Park Hyung-shik, the show kept me glued to the right mix of wit and heart. –@mistyisles

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Ninth Hammurabi (2018)

I’m not a big fan of legal dramas, but what interested me Ninth Hammurabi it’s a unique focus on judges rather than lawyers. The fact that it was written by a real judge is another plus. I’m definitely no legal expert, and I’m sure there’s a little creative license at play, but it seems like a realistic look at the day-to-day lives of judges and the dilemmas they face.

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Our way into this cool realm is through our fresh-faced judge played by Go Fig and I. Of course, it wouldn’t be a drama without a clue at the opposite end of the spectrum. Go Ara is overly empathetic and struggles to distance herself from her case, while L is all logic and rules. The most experienced jury is played by Sung Dong Il serve as your pragmatic partners, helping our judges learn how to approach the emotional and ethical side of their roles in a more nuanced and balanced way.

While this drama isn’t perfect, I think it’s one of the most interesting and grounded legal dramas I’ve ever watched. I enjoyed the slice of life approach to the life and work of judges in Korea and watched two young judges discover what their work meant to them. –@quirkycase

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Diary of a promoter (2019)

This drama will always have a special place for me as it was one of the first dramas I recapped. I went there to lead Lee Sun Kyun and Jung Ryeo-won, both I love. While they were as good as expected, I found more love about this low-key legal drama.

Most stories about lawyers or prosecutors focus on dramatic courtroom scenes for dramatic cases involving murder or other shocking crimes. But Diary of a prosecutor it’s all about menial jobs, which take up most of the prosecutor’s time, and mundane cases that can range from minor to tragic. The realist point of view likely stems from the fact that it was inspired by the stories and reflections of real promoters.

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I appreciate the way the case and the characters’ lives intertwine thematically, making this week’s case even more relevant in the drama’s grand scheme of things. The balance of cases, character development, and the inner workings of the legal system are all right. And it’s very cute, despite the heavy nature of some cases and themes. If you want to take a look at the everyday life of a group of overworked prosecutors navigating the good, the bad, and the ugly of their profession, this is your drama. –@quirkycase

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Hyena (2020)

While legal drama was done to death in drama land, Hyena offers a slightly fresher and more fun twist on the genre. There isn’t a dull moment, and all the petty cases dotted around the drama that seem unrelated end up coming together to set the stage for the final showdown between the good guys and the bad guys.

Hyena also introduces an interesting main character with a gray sash. Joo Ji Hoon plays a smart lawyer – the snobby type who knows he’s good at his job but is surprisingly a bit romantic. Kim Hye-soo (and their pixie cut) play lawyers as gangsters, willing to do anything to win a case. And the combination of these two characters is really wild!

This drama focuses more on the legal angle and all the crimes that take place between law firms and their clients, and romance is behind it. But the electric current under constant bickering between a man and a woman takes more than makes up for it.

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It’s a light watch, the atmosphere isn’t too serious, and there are plenty of laugh-out-loud moments in the drama. And if you like scenarios where characters reluctantly come together as a team because, well, that’s their job, but they end up forming a bond based on mutual respect and trust – then this is the drama for you. [email protected]

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Faculty of Law (2021)

As the title suggests, this K-drama is more about aspiring rookie lawyers than actively practicing, but it still manages to be one of the most comprehensive legal dramas I’ve ever watched. As students learn about South Korea’s justice system, so do we, and while I cannot guarantee its accuracy, this exploration of this particular drama genre to feel more realistic because our law students don’t do odd jobs like guards. Instead of fighting with their fists, they follow – and sometimes exploit – the law to fight injustice on the court battlefield.

Another interesting aspect of this drama is the teamwork shown by the cast. We have a lot of cool drama in dramaland, where our lead – and maybe her love interest – is the driving force behind the story, but Law School features a large group of students and their teachers working together and gathering their combined expertise to save their clients and uncover the truth behind their teacher’s murder. While the students don’t always agree or get along, it’s the mix of their combined personalities – plus the additional pressures and conflicts they face as competing students – that really makes this a unique and standout legal drama. –@daebakgrits

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