In his closing argument, the law professor cited that the law was dead. In addition, he asked the court to allow him to make a video call to testify. Kang Sol A is a student from a poor family who attends school on a scholarship. As a high school student, she was accused of bullying at school and met Professor Yang, the prosecutor in charge of the case. Because he is wrongly accused, Sol A is determined to become a lawyer. Sol A is particularly close to Joon Hwi and visits his study group. There`s an obvious romantic chemistry, but it never goes further than that. She and Joon Hwi take the lead in Professor Yang`s case, and while she investigates, Sol A discovers that her twin sister, who mysteriously moved to the United States several years ago, could play an important role in finding a motive for Byung`s murder. Han Joon Hwi is the nephew of Seo Byung Joo, the murdered professor. As a law student at the school where his uncle and Jong Hoon teach, he is quickly drawn into the middle of the case and even leaves enough suspicion to make himself suspicious from the start. A star student who never believes Joon Hoon is guilty, Joon Hwi puts all his skills and relationships to the test as he works with his classmates to uncover the truth. However, the last Sol A claimed to be Dan was pretty awesome – I appreciated the fact that she definitely channels the cool condescension of her favorite teacher into the role. It`s a shame that there was a lack of effect, because in episode 15 alone, many plot twists were stuffed.
And then we have another leap forward, because why not, I think? Anyway, this one is a few years later. Sol-A is a lawyer and has her own law firm, Park and Yang. Joon-Hwi is now also a prosecutor, while Yang is still a professor. When the drama ends, they all enter the courtroom spectacularly. Kang Sol B also has a family connection to the school`s administration, which she keeps secret. His father was vice-dean. Coming from a wealthy family of judges, Sol B`s mother spent her entire life trying to make Sol B the best law student, even if it meant submitting a pampered job. But after being pushed to the edge of the abyss for years, Sol B could be at the end of his rope. This is exactly what Sol-A needs when she finally returns to law school for her mock trial.
Now it becomes clear that Kang-Dan was also involved. Maybe things will become clearer for him in the later years of law school when she starts dating another person, and that kind of love is written like fanfiction:D The law is the key issue and we have seen how it has been tested and challenged in various circumstances. It`s not perfect, but that`s all we have to protect ourselves from the law of the jungle. Go sounds cartoonish, but so slippery that many would say what it`s for. He has the prosecution in his pocket and he has a stranglehold on the media. He can do whatever he wants with impunity. Only people like Professor Yang, who are quite skilled in law enforcement, can be close to bringing him down. It`s fabulous to see him educating his students like the next generation. I loved the fact that he made Ye-seul take responsibility for his own defense and gave Kang Sol B space to find his integrity. But more than anything, I really liked that he confronted his students with issues like the right to defence, even for people they considered unworthy. It`s all a matter of law, not romantic OTPs, a pleasant side issue.
The story then rushes to Han Joon-hwi, who is watching the CCTV of Kang Sol A; Lee Man-ho beats someone – he rushes outside. Meanwhile, Lee Man-ho tied up Professor Yang – he managed to remove his tracker from his ankle. Professor Yang asks Lee Man-ho why he killed Professor Seo – Lee Man-ho is injected with methamphetamine to kill him with an overdose, but Yang says it won`t look like a suicide to buy time. But when he wants to inject her, he gets a phone call, and Professor Yang yells, “He`s not home,” and kicks the man. However, Lee Man-ho manages to lash out at him and starts injecting him with methamphetamine. Han Joon-hwi rushes into the apartment and stops him. Episode 14 of “Law School,” starring Kim Myung Min, Kim Bum, and Ryu Hye Young, provided viewers with an intense and exciting scene where faculty and students learn about the person who murdered Hankuk University. However, Kang also noticed the medicine on the table and it was he who apparently put it in Seo`s café. As Kang sits across from Yang, he confirms that he was the one who killed Professor Seo. Unfortunately, he did not succeed. This led the prosecutor-turned-professor to find out who ordered Lee Man Ho`s murder. After his death, the police revealed to Professor Yang that it was Ki Du-Seong who had stabbed him; However, he claims that it was Lee Man Ho who attacked first, and what he did was self-defense.
Yang Jong Hoon is a strict and pragmatic law teacher at an elite law school. As a former prosecutor, he managed to make many enemies, including Seo Byung Joo, who is also a former prosecutor. Professor Yang and Byung Joo worked closely together until Byung Joo fired the then prosecutor, Yang, to cover up his own criminal activities. When Byung Hoon suddenly appears dead in his campus office, Professor Yang is a natural suspect. He is arrested and there is just enough circumstantial evidence to make him appear guilty. Luckily for him, he has extraordinary students who are willing to risk anything to make sure an innocent man doesn`t take blame for a crime he didn`t commit. Students and professors at South Korea`s top law school are involved in a very unusual case. Yang Jong Hoon is a criminal law professor and former elite prosecutor whose harsh words make him the professor to avoid. At the same time, there is something fascinating about his strict teaching methods and his refusal to accept anything less than the best of his future juniors in the legal profession. Han Joon Hwi, a first-year law student, is the best in his class.
He is a natural leader whose beauty and easy charm make him the perfect man – on paper. However, there is an unexpected side to him that remains well hidden. Kang Sol is another first-year law student who overcame poverty and hardship in his childhood by getting special admission to school. She walks a path of thorns because of her constant sense of deprivation and shame in the midst of the wealth and talent that surrounds her. Eventually, his passion will enlighten him on what it really takes to be a good lawyer. Kim Eun Sook is a professor of civil law and once directed the free law clinic at the law school. His natural authority and free-ranging personality earned him the reputation of being a master at court. Known to be a highly assignable teacher, she is the only colleague Yang Jong Hoon dares to confide in. [Source: Soompi; Kim Eun Sook is another law professor who teaches at the school. She is the teacher at heart who tackles the boring subject of civil law and tries to make it funny and exciting for her students. She is also the only colleague that Professor Yang can truly confide in. “Law School” does a good job of trying to tie all the strings together for the many plots and subplots they have introduced.
Our team of teachers and students finally take revenge on MP Ko and he is arrested and sent to prison. It was a bit disappointing that all his subordinates left to continue their shady business, but you can`t get them all out at once, I think. And in case you think that Prosecutor Jin has changed, he is already trying to make a deal with Ji Ho about his father`s case. Fortunately, Ji Ho is not interested in settling for something that is not complete justice. The final mock exams are held, with Ji Ho, Bok Gi and Ye Bum winning their turn. Sol A, Sol B and Joon Hwi lost technically, although their defeat was caused by a penalty that proved that their integrity was more important than winning. So it`s actually a victory! The whole group comes together to celebrate all they have accomplished. After a small jump back in time, we`re back to see Sol A and Joon Hwi use their degrees to help an older man with his legal problems. Ye Seul provides legal advice to victims of sexual and domestic violence. And Sol B and her parents receive much-needed advice themselves.
Seung Jae has asked for the maximum sentence for his crimes, so it is possible that he will spend some time in prison, although we do not see what actually happens to his case. The show ends with Sol A, Joon Hwi and Professor Yang meeting in the entrance area of the school, while the Statue of Justice appears in the background as the trio walks down the hallway. It looks like this team will be together for a long time. I know K-dramas (and movies) have visited too many political scandals lately, starting with Lee Byung-hun`s award-winning (and well-deserved) Inside Men in 2015. Assemblyman Go`s, on the other hand, has a bit of news, which I appreciate: its fake news network. I hope there is no Donald Trump/Rodrigo Duterte/Vladimir Putin/Xi Jinping supporter here (this stupid attack I saw in the comments section of Doom at Your Service is not something I want to see here), but the whole powerful tool of these political crooks is the control of fake news (I heard in Russia that there is a certain term, to name it: Kompromat). If Ye-alone is sexually exploited by her boyfriend at the time (and after all, she still seems to have feelings for him, it`s more hurtful) is a very harmful injury on her part, then these terrible messages for her are the second, equally harmful injury.