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[Spoiler] "Your Honor" Heo Sung-tae Is an Elite Villain

2018/07/25 | 198 views | Permalink | Source

"Your Honor" Heo Sung-tae made a strong impression as an elite villain.

He appears in the new SBS drama "Your Honor" as Lee Yoo-young's supervising judge.

On the episode of the drama on the 25th, Hong Jeong-soo (Heo Sung-tae) and probationary judge Song So-eun (Lee Yoo-young) didn't get along.

So-eun had finished questioning the defendant and Jeong-soo suggested celebratory drinks. He forced her to drink and waved his right hand saying, "I will be evaluating you when your probation is up. Everything depends on this hand". He even asked her to go sleep with him and when So-eun reported sexual harassment to the chief judge, Jeong-soo paid her back for it by handing her a bunch of papers and saying, "Have these sorted out. That's what you're good for".

Heo Sung-tae did all of these with a peaceful expression and brought out Hong Jeong-soo's character. He pressured his opponent with just a gesture of his hand.

Heo Sung-tae has been in dramas "The Witch's Court", "Cross" and now "Your Honor". He's an intelligent character, but an evil one and increases anticipation for the drama in the future.

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