In March 2023, a brand-new jTBC k-drama will be released on Netflix. Cho Seung Woo and Han Hye Jin will feature in the legal k-drama Divorce Attorney Shin.
Here is what we currently know about Netflix’s Divorce Attorney, Shin. Screenwriter Yoo Young Ah and director Lee Jae Hoon have collaborated on the upcoming South Korean Netflix k-drama series Divorce Attorney Shin.
When will Netflix release Divorce Attorney Shin?
On March 4, 2023, the first episode of Divorce Attorney Shin will be available on Netflix. Twelve episodes altogether will make up the series. In addition, there will be two episodes accessible on Saturdays and Sundays each week.
What is Divorce Attorney Shin’s storyline?
Soompi is the source for the Divorce Attorney Shin synopsis:
The tale of an accomplished divorce attorney with the punny moniker Shin Sung Han. The compassionate Shin Sung Han, a divorce specialist, deals with customers who are outlandishly crazy, but he finds comfort in his two closest friends, fellow “40-year-old youths” Jang Hyung Geun and Jo Jung Sik.
Who are the Divorce Attorney Shin cast members?
Following are the cast members of the divorce attorney shin:
Cho Seung Woo mainly portrays Shin Sung Han. A very well-known performer, viewers of Netflix will be aware of his work from series like Sisyphus: The Myth, Stranger, and Life.
Han Hye Jin mainly portrays Lee Seo Jin. Han Hye Jin will be making her Netflix debut with this; before that, she had roles in Jumong, One Warm Word, and Syndrome.
Kim Sung Kyun mainly portrays Jang Hyung Geun. He previously appeared in D.P. and will do so again in the show’s forthcoming Netflix second season.
Also, he had a cameo appearance in Hospital Playlist’s second season. Jung Moon Sung mainly portrays Jo Jung Shik. Before it, he had roles in Prison Playbook, Life, and Hospital Playlist for both seasons.
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Preview of the forthcoming K-Drama Divorce Attorney Shin
The Swoon has published the first teaser for the South Korean drama series starring Cho Seung-woo, Han Hye-jin, Kim Sung-Kyun, and Jung Moon-sung, and it already appears to be a lot of fun.
It was adapted and inspired by the webtoon of the same name made by Kang Tae-Kyung and directed by Lee Jae-hoon with screenplay assistance from Yoo Young-ah.
Our personal experiences frequently serve as sources of motivation for undertaking various endeavors. Similar circumstances apply to Shin Sung-han (Seung-woo), whose personal sorrow forces him to change his career.
Seung-woo, who first worked as a music professor in Germany, changed course after learning some surprising information. He then decides to specialize in divorce litigation, which forces him to appear in court and try to win his clients’ cases by whatever means necessary.
Convening with them is more complex than movies portray this legal job to be, though. So he goes to his best friends, 40-year-old guys who are just as youthful and exuberant as the kids next door, as these various characteristics begin to drive him nuts.
Seung-woo will portray the title character, but other actors will also be included in the principal cast.