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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] "Legal High" Shares Photos of First Script Reading


Upcoming remake drama "Legal High" has released images from its first script reading, along with more character information. The reading was held last month, and attending were PD Kim Jeong-hyeon-I, writer Park Seong-jin-I, actors Jin Goo, Seo Eun-soo, Yoon Park, Chae Jung-an, Jung Sang-hoon, Lee Soon-jae, Kim Byung-ok, Kim Ho-jung, Jang Yoo-sang and more.

A while ago I shared some news including the basic character information for Jin Goo's Go Tae-rim and Seo Eun-soo's Seo Jae-in, while a later piece will familiarize you a bit with Yoon Park, Chae Jung-an and Jung Sang-hoon's characters. The news covering the script reading gives us a little more on the extended cast, which is looking pretty solid.

Lee Soon-jae plays Goo Se-joong, the unusual office manager of Tae-rim's law firm. Kim Byung-ok is Bang Tae-han, B&G law firm's CEO, while Kim Ho-jung plays Professor Song, who is the legal guardian of heroine Seo Jae-in, and Jang Yoo-sang plays Kim I-soo, the intelligence specialist of Tae-rim's firm.

The script reading went down in good spirits, and the diverse cast reportedly did their best to bring their characters to life in this nice atmosphere. We can expect "Legal High" to hit our screens on February 8th, following "SKY Castle" on jTBC.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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