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[Video] Jung Ryeo-won and Yoon Hyun-min in first teaser for "Witch's Court"

2017/09/26 | 267 views | Permalink | Source

The first trailer for "Witch's Court" is a visual reflection of the personalities of the main characters played by Jung Ryeo-won and Yoon Hyun-min. The two prosecutors are assigned to a special investigation unit that deals with sexual offenses, a burdensome and troubling sector of work. With their opposing worth ethics and personalities, we'll see how these two fair on a team together, especially since the teaser seems to suggest with color and close cuts of faces that there is more going on beneath the surface than appears to the naked eye.

-Yours, Lisa, who likes characters with a bit of mystery

"Witch's Court" (2017)

Directed by Kim Yeong-gyoon

Written by Jeong Do-yoon

With Jung Ryeo-won, Yoon Hyun-min, Jun Kwang-ryul, Choi Ri, Kim Min-seo, Kim Yeo-jin,...

Mon, Tue 22:00
Formerly known as "Don't Believe Her" (그녀를 믿지 마세요, geu-nyeo-leul mid-ji ma-se-yo)
Synopsis
A prosecutor with a special investigation unit investigates a criminal charged with sexual offenses in this court drama. This new posting will challenge this woman who will do anything to get the job done.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2017/10/09

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