Actor Cho Seung-woo, who played the lead prosecutor for two seasons on the smash show Stranger, will return to the legal arena in March as Shin Sung-han in the JTBC drama series Divorce Attorney Shin, which will be available on Netflix throughout the world.
Sung-han is no average lawyer, just like the countless others from Korea who have been flooding our screens recently.
He has a gorgeous, modern apartment with a state-of-the-art sound system, yet he still enjoys singing and dancing to old-time trot music in his automobile and chatting with daytime soaps.
The sleek wine fridge in his home is crammed to the gills with bottles of soju, which he drinks from a wine glass, exemplifying the collision of sophistication and folksiness that permeates his life.
Sung-pristine man’s track record in divorce disputes is a testament to his quick thinking and keen perception. He has never lost one, and they rarely go to court.
His track record as a mediator shows that he consistently achieves his clients’ goals. Given his skills, this lawyer’s moniker seems particularly suitable – in Korean, shinsunghan means “sacred.”
Potential clients enjoy seeing the shingle “Sacred Attorney.” Yet, they are taken aback as they enter his cramped and humble office, packed with wooden panels, heaps of legal reports, and a sliding door that constantly gets stuck.
Jang Hyeong-Geun, Sung-trustworthy Han’s office manager (Kim Sung-Kyun). On a morning at work, the latter tells Sung-han about his favorite radio DJ, Lee Seo-jin (Han Hye-jin), recently fired due to a controversy.
Amid their talk, Sung-secretary han’s welcomes a new customer, and Hyeong-mouth geun drops when his DJ crush walks in.
Seo-jin will lose not just her work but also her husband and daughter. Her partner exposed her affair to the world by posting an s*x clip of them online.
Sung-han is only vaguely aware of the controversy, so he rejects the hopeless case initially. Seo-jin assures him that she only worries about having custody of her little boy and not a penny more from the divorce.
Her straightforward yet sincere wish stirs something in Sung-han, and he agrees to take on the challenging case. Seo-determination jin’s to keep her son has been linked to something in Sung-history, han’s, as evidenced by his unexpected change of heart.
Even though Seo-jin had an affair, it soon became apparent that she was living in fear of her terrible husband. He has cameras throughout the house and demands that she continuously document her activities outdoors.
Sung-late han’s start in the legal field may have contributed to his current success as a divorce attorney. As a young man, he excelled as a pianist, and later in life, he became a music professor in Germany.
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Sung-seemingly han’s carefree demeanor may be concealing some deep-seated emotional suffering from his past, while we can only speculate as to what may have motivated his career shift.
Singing in a folksy trot while chugging soju is a charming act, but it’s also a pattern of behavior that’s evolved as he tries to escape from his history.
The loud singing and jangly dancing can be overwhelming, whether just him in the car or him, Hyeong-Geun, and their third member, property agent Jo Jeong-sik (Jung Moon-sung). However, the mood becomes reflective and emotional when classical music is substituted for the trot.
At the end of episode two, Sung-hang encounters a piano near the Cheonggyecheon stream in Central Seoul and is overcome with memories and emotions he had long pushed to the back of his mind.
He touches the keys, plays a few soft bars, and then breaks into a bold and complicated piano sonata that cries out with the anguish of his soul.
Sung-han, Cho’s previous character, is somewhat distant and intelligent but also reliable. Cho was last seen as a genius time-travel scientist in the underwhelming series Sisyphus: The Myth. This is another easy and inviting move by Cho, and it shouldn’t give him too many problems.
Han, who has not been seen on screen since 2018’s Hold Me Tight, co-stars as the dishonored radio host in the episode.
It remains to be seen what Seo-position jin’s will be in the show after the first weekend when her divorce is finally finalized, but it seems likely that she will become a romantic interest for Sung-han.
Divorce Attorney Shin follows a similar episodic structure to other Korean legal dramas, with Sung-han taking on different cases throughout the 12 episodes.
It’s a tough sell in a genre flooded with Korean courtroom dramas, but the show’s polished performances and emotional heart, powered by classical music, may be enough to make it stand out.