Kim Hye Soo Shock: Actress' Juvenile Justice K-Drama Made It To Netflix's Top TV Shows

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Juvenile Justice starring Kim Hye Soo, Kim Mu Yeol, Lee Sung Min and Lee Jung Eun is gaining the attention it deserves after landing in Netflix's Top 10 TV Shows worldwide.

Debuting on February 25, the latest crime Kdrama jumps to the daily rankings two days after it was released.


Juvenile Justice Scored 10th Place at Netflix's Global Top Tv Shows

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According to FlixPatrol, an analytics company that provides streaming ratings and VOD charts globally, Juvenile Justice made it in tenth place with a total of 109 points.

Interestingly, Kim Hye Soo's new drama ranked first in Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan, and Thailand while achieving second place in Taiwan and Singapore and third in Hong Kong.

As for the overall spot, the current most popular tv show on the streaming platform is the historical drama Viking: Valhalla, which stars Sam Corlett.

Inventing Anna and the K-zombie series All of Us are Dead, which previously were the most-watched Netflix Tv show for weeks, slide to second and fourth spot, respectively.


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Why is Netflix's Juvenile Justice Worth the Hype?

Probably the first law-crime Kdrama for 2022, Juvenile Justice is more than just a drama inside the courtroom but shows a deeper story of every character.

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Helmed by Her Private Like and Arthdal Chronicles: Season 2 director Hong Jong Chan, the 10-part episode series follows the story of the ruthless juvenile judge Sim Eun Seok, played by Kim Hye Soo.

Interestingly, this is also the stress' comeback Kdrama after starring in the mega-hit series Hyena with Joo Ji Hoon in 2020.

In Juvenile Justice, she shows no mercy and is vocal about her hate towards the young offenders. "I detest young offenders," she said in episode 1.

Joining her in court is the associate head judge Kang Won Joong, played by Lee Sung Min. He is set to leave the courthouse after politicians persuade him to join them and run for congress.

Completing their team is Judge Sim's junior Cha Tae Joo, portrayed by Kim Mu Yeol. Unlike his seniors, he shows more compassion and understanding towards these juveniles because of his unfortunate past.

As mentioned, Juvenile Justice features a lot of drama and impressive stories aside from the action inside the courtroom.

Apart from the plot, Kim Hye Soo delivered a show-stopping performance being the main protagonist of the Kdrama.

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