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Law School

Korean Drama Law School: Cast, Synopsis, Trivia

Law School K-Drama Official Poster

General Information

  • International Title: Law School
  • Original Title: 로스쿨 (romanization: Roseukul)
  • Genre: Crime, Legal, Mystery
  • No. of Episode: 16
  • Airing Date: 2021.04.14 ~ 2021.06.09
  • Airing Day: Wednesday – Thursday
  • Broadcasting Channel: JTBC
  • International Distributor: Netflix
  • Starring: Kim Myung Min, Kim Bum, Ryu Hye Young, Lee Jung Eun
  • Director: Kim Suk Yoon
  • Screenwriter: Seo In
  • Highest Rating: 6.8% (Nationwide)
  • Awards: N/A


Just like its title, K-Drama ‘Law School’ tells the story of students and lecturers in a law school. Yang Jong Hoon (Kim Myung Min) is an ex-prosecutor that changed his career path to a criminal law professor at Hankuk University Law School. He has a very sharp tongue, thus he became a “public enemy” among students who nicknamed him “Yangcrates”.

Meanwhile, Kang Sol (Ryu Hye Young) and Han Joon Hwi (Kim Bum) are freshmen at the law school. The two comes from different social backgrounds. Kang Sol is from a poor family, in contrast to Joon Hwi who comes from a wealthy family. The two join hands to reveal a mysterious murder case involving “Yangcrates” who is now suspected as the main culprit.


Law School K-Drama Yangcrates Kim Myung Min

Character: Yang Jong Hoon
Portrayed by: Kim Myung Min
Kim Myung Min’s notable works: Immortal Admiral Yi Sun-sin (2004), Behind the White Power (2007), Beethoven Virus (2008), Six Flying Dragons (2015-2016), The Miracle We Meet (2018)

Kim Bum

Character: Han Joon Hwi
Portrayed by: Kim Bum
Kim Bum’s notable works: Unstoppable High Kick (2006), Boys Over Flowers (2009), Mrs. Cop 2 (2016), Tale of the Nine Tailed (2020), Ghost Doctor (2022)

Ryu Hye Young

Character: Kang Sool
Portrayed by: Ryu Hye Young
Ryu Hye Young’s notable works: Reply 1988 (2015-2016)

Lee Jung Eun

Character: Kim Eun Sook
Portrayed by: Lee Jung Eun
Lee Jung Eun’s notable works: Oh My Ghost (2015), Mr. Sunshine (2018), Dazzling (2019), Strangers from Hell (2019), When the Camellia Blooms (2019), Parasite (2019), Once Again (2020), The Book of Fish (2021), Juvenile Justice (2021)

Extended Cast

Lee Soo Kyung as Kang Sol B, a first-year student and Kang Sol A’s roommate
Lee David as Seo Ji Ho
Go Yoon Jung as Jeon Ye Seul, a first-year student
Hyun Woo as Yoo Seung Jae, a former medical student who transferred to law school
Lee Kang Ji as Min Bok Gi
Kim Min Seok as Jo Ye Beom
Ahn Nae Sang as Seo Byung Ju
Gil Hae Yeon as Oh Jung Hee
Woo Hyeon as Sung Dong Il
Oh Man Seok as Kang Joo Man
Lee Seung Hun as Jung Dae Hyeon
Park Hyuk Kwon as Jin Hyeong Woo
Kim Yong Joon as Chief Prosecutor Kim
Min Dae Shik
Shin Mi Young as Kang Sol A’s mother
Park So Yi as Kang Byeol, Kang Sol A’s younger sister
Ryu Hye Young as Kang Dan/ Erica Shin, Sol A’s twin sister
Jung Won Joong as Assemblyman Ko Hyeong Su
Jo Jae Ryong as Lee Man Ho
Lee Hwi Jong as Ko Young Chang
Lee Chun Hee as Park Geun Tae
Sung Yeo Jin as Han Joon Hwi’s aunt
Park Mi Hyeon as Han Hye Gyeong

Character Relationship Chart


Original Soundtrack

  • ‘We Are’ by Lee Seung Yoon
  • ‘We Are (Acoustic Ver.)’ by Darin
  • ‘X’ Safira.K

Trailer Videos

Awards & Nominations



  • The scriptwriting process of the drama has started in 2018. The original title was ‘Law School Monster’.
  • Most cases that appeared in the drama were inspired by real cases.
  • The production team revealed that there is no plan to continue for season 2.

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