The highly-anticipated second season of “Partners for Justice” has unveiled its main posters.
By Anna Kim
“Partners for Justice 2” revealed a sneak peek of its two leads working together through a brand-new poster for the drama at the end of May. The prickly forensic scientist Baek Beom(played by Jung Jae Young), the passionate rookie prosecutor Eun Sol(played by Jung Yu Mi), and the experienced prosecutor Do Ji Han(played by Oh Man Seok) display a perfect chemistry. All of them reunite to solve new cases together.
“Partner for Justice” is about a female prosecutor and a male forensic doctor who search for the truth from the victim. Baek Beom is a quirky yet outstanding forensic scientist who performs autopsies on victims, while Eun Sol is a newbie prosecutor who corners and pins down assailants. The poster shows Eun Sol and Baek Beom closely examining a piece of evidence together, with their teamwork appearing stronger than ever. The poster also features glimpses of the drama’s star and supporting cast, creating an atmosphere of suspense through the characters’ tense expressions.
“Partners For Justice” aired its finale on July 17th, 2018. The last episode had the caption, “To be continued-the story will go on” at the end, allowing viewers to expect another season. Rumors regarding the creation of the drama’s second season started July 18th, and MBC finally revealed that they had had it in the works with the production company and the actors.
This drama gained attention from viewers as it boasts a star-studded case of talented actors and it focuses on hunting down criminals rather than love lines, and pulls viewers in with its strong characters and storyline. With an equally brilliant supporting cast to back up the multiple cases driven narrative, “Partners for Justice” has astonished with its consistent elevated progression that escalates one superb chapter after another.
Viewers cannot help but be captivated by this compelling drama.
“Partners for Justice made sure to stick on its framework by weaving in the cases tacked by the cast while limning the growth of its character,” said a viewer online. “It intelligently captured how crime dramas can be made polished without excessive aberration and pointless plot twists by depicting a straightforward narrative.”
In regards to the award, Director No Do Chul said, “It’s an honor to receive a big award at this film festival with a special genre of a Korean crime investigative drama. This would not have been possible without the viewers’ support.”
Other winners include SBS’ “Return” and “Witch’s Court,” which received the Gold Remi Awards, KBS’ “Marry Me Now,” receiving the Silver Remi Award, and SBS’ “Law of the Jungle in Antarctica,” which won the Platinum Remi Award.
“Partners for Justice 2” revealed a sneak peek of its two leads working together through a brand-new poster for the drama at the end of May.
“Partner for Justice” is about a female prosecutor and a male forensic doctor who search for the truth from the victim.
“Partners for Justice” received a Gold Remi Award for the TV Drama series category in the WorldFest-Houston International Film & Video Festival.