Character posters for ‘Miss Hammurabi’ released by JTBC

JTBC released today five character posters for its upcoming entirely pre-produced drama Miss Hammurabi which stars Go Ara (Black), Infinite idol (Ruler: Master of the Mask), and Sung Dong-il (Prison Playbook). The series is based on a novel of the same name and is also written by the author of the original work, Moon Yoo-seok.

Miss Hammurabi is a legal human drama about three judges who oversee relatable and minor cases in court. Go Ara is playing a passionate rookie judge who dreams of a courthouse that protects the poor and fights those that oppress them. She possesses an energetic spirit and has a kind and charismatic personality as evident in the poster below that reads: “As for me, I’m not going to become a judge that looks down on people expressionlessly.”

Miss Hammurabi Poster 2

INFINITE’s L, on one hand, seems to be playing a judge who cares more about his self than the people involved in court trials. His poster reads: “Court trials are by nature other people’s problems. I became a judge just to eat and survive.” He took the elite course to his position and is described as a realist and serious person who avoids making rash decisions.

Miss Hammurabi Poster 3

Meanwhile, Sung Dong-il takes on the role of a realistic judge who entered in his judicial career later in life. As the oldest of the three main judge characters, he has a different perspective on life, saying in the poster that the strongest and most dangerous person in the court is the judge.

Miss Hammurabi Poster 4

Character posters are also out for the two major supporting cast. Ryu Deok-hwan plays a friendly judge who is popular among women thanks to his job. His character poster reads: “Being a judge? It makes you popular among women!” Lee Elijah, meanwhile, plays a court stenographer whose character poster says: “If you’re in court, you might as well work. Don’t poke around in someone’s private life.” She seems serious in her work and avoids to become a nosy court worker as much as possible.

Miss Hammurabi is directed by PD Kwak Jung-hwan who helmed The K2 and The Slave Hunters. It will air on Mondays and Tuesdays beginning May 21, 2018.


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