These powerful K-drama lawyers will steal your hearts.
K-drama female protagonists who are lawyers often gain much popularity. Let’s take a look at four coolest and fiercest female lawyers on the Korean small screen!
Seo Hyun Jin
Seo Hyun Jin is playing righteous and goal-driven lawyer Oh Soo Jae in the ongoing legal drama “Why Her”. Faced with many challenges, she rises to the top thanks to her talent. In front of people with more power, Oh Soo Jae always shows courage and intelligence.
Seo Hyun Jin is not only beautiful but also exudes an attractive and powerful aura which makes her perfect for the role of Oh Soo Jae. Her strong acting skills also draw much praise.
Seo Ye Ji
Seo Ye Ji once transformed into lawyer Ha Jae Yi in the 2018 drama “Lawless Lawyer”. Ha Jae Yi is a talented and honest lawyer. However, when she found out about a series of truths covered up by money and power, she decided to team up with the male lead to expose the bad guys. With her intimidating aura and charming acting, Seo Ye Ji nailed the role of an independent and straightforward woman.
Jeon Yeo Bin
Another iconic K-drama lawyer is Jeon Yeo Bin, who assumed the role of Hong Cha Young in “Vincenzo”, starring alongside famous actor Song Joong Ki.
At first, Hong Cha Young only cared about personal benefits and wealth. However, after the passing of her father, she changed her way, and decided to fight for justice alongside male lead Vincenzo, assisting the weak and unveiling the dirty secrets of Babel Group.
Through this role, Jeon Yeo Bin managed to make a deep impression on K-drama watchers, with a wild, strong, yet extremely hilarious image.
Lee Bo Young
In 2013, Lee Bo Young became a hot topic on the Korean small screen with her role as lawyer Jang Hye Sun of “I Hear Your Voice”.
Having been betrayed in the past, the jaded Jang Hye Sun started out barely caring about her clients, but slowly grew to become more righteous with the influence of the first and second male leads.
Through Jang Hye Sun, Lee Bo Young showed extreme versatility, going from lackluster and uncaring, to smart, cunning, and sarcastic, and yet empathetic as the series ran its course.