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5 Korean Dramas That Discuss Juvenile Crime, Full of Meaning!

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In addition to adult stories, there are also many Korean dramas that discuss the lives of teenagers. not only coming of age and ABG-style love, some of them take the theme of crimes committed by teenagers, for example, the following five popular drama titles.

Starring well-known artists, the five dramas below are full of deep meaning with stories that discuss social issues. Come on, take a look!

1. Juvenile Justice (2022)

Juvenile Justice is a Netflix original drama released on February 25, 2022. This drama stars top artists, such as Kim Hye Soo, Kim Mu Yeol, Lee Sung Min, Lee Jung Eun, and many more.

The drama’s story centers on a juvenile judge serving in the Yeonhwa district court. In this drama, they handle cases of minors, such as murder, driving negligence, identity fraud, theft, and mass rape.

2. Juvenile Delinquency (2022)

Juvenile Delinquency be Yoon Chan Young’s second drama in 2022 after All of Us Are Dead. Won Ji An, Yoon Hyun Soo, Han Se Jin, and Yang Seo Hyun also play the drama, which will air from March 25.

This drama itself tells of a teenager who was asked by his parents to be a drug delivery man. One day, his delivery went into trouble and he fled to the countryside. There, he meets a group of other teenagers and discovers a marijuana field.

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3. Extracurricular (2020)

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Drama also known as Human Class this is a Netflix original drama studded with talented young stars. Some of them are Kim Dong Hee, Park Ju Hyun, Jung Da Bin, and Nam Yoon Su.

Extracurricular tells the story of a model student named Oh Ji Soo (Kim Dong Hee) who is secretly a pimp for online prostitution. At first, his illegal business went smoothly until some students at his school learned the secret and complicated matters.

4. Beautiful World (2019)

Drama Beautiful World raise the theme bullying in the school environment. The drama that made a flood of tears was played by Park Hee Soon, Choo Ja Hyun, Oh Man Seok, Cho Yeo Jeong, Nam Da Reum, and Kim Hwan Hee.

The drama’s story focuses on a student who is seriously injured due to violence at his school. Her parents struggled to uncover the truth behind this incident. Meanwhile, the perpetrator’s parents tried to cover up their child’s mistakes.

5. Class of Lies (2019)

Class of Lies is a drama thriller played by Yoon Kyun Sang, Geum Sae Rok, and Choi Yu Hwa. The drama also stars Lee Jun Young, Choi Kyu Jin, Han So Eun, Kim Myung Ji, Jang Dong Joo, and Jung Da Eun.

This drama tells the story of a lawyer who disguises himself as a substitute teacher at an elite high school to investigate the murder of a student. But in the process, he discovers another shocking fact involving four popular students from influential families.

Raising the topic of criminal cases committed by teenagers, the five dramas above are full of deep meaning. From that list, which one would you like to see the most?

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