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[Drama 2017] Witch at Court 마녀의 법정

Go Seung Ji

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Witch's Court 마녀의 법정















Kim Young Kyoon

(Marry Me, Mary!, Jolly Widows )



Jung Do Yoon

(Babyfaced Beauty, The Time We Were Not In Love)


Episodes: 16 


Broadcast Period: 2017-Oct-09 to 2017-Nov-28

Runtime: Mondays & Tuesdays 22:00 


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A materialistic female prosecutor who does not hesitate to use personal attacks, fabricate evidence, and incite perjury in order to win her case is assigned to special task force for sex crimes. A newbie prosecutor also joins the task force, and together they solve crimes with a grudging chemistry.



Takes over the KBS2 Mon & Tue 22:00-time slot previously occupied by "Girls' Generation 1979.'"

Early working title was "Geunyeoreul Mitji Maseyo" ("Don't Believe Her").
First script reading took place September 5, 2017 at KBS Building in Yeuido, Seoul.








Jung Ryeo-Won - Ma Yi-Deum

She is an ace prosecutor with experience in all four of district prosecutors' office in Seoul. She walks a fine line between legal and illegal investigation. She does not hesitate to use personal attacks, fabricate evidence and incite perjury in order to win her case. That being said, she is egoistic and ill-tempered. In the most conservative organization in Korea, she has been struggling to rise from humble beginnings. Then she gets caught up in a case and is assigned to the special task force for child sex crimes, the most undesired team in the organization.








Yoon Hyun-Min - Yeo Jin-Wook

He is a newbie prosecutor who graduated from law school at the top of his class. He takes no interest in promotion, success and office politics. He used to be a pediatric psychiatrist, so he is able to distinguish truth and falsehood by finding the subtle nuance and hidden clues in people's testimony, which is a useful ability for solving sex crimes, which always lack physical evidence. At first, he is not fond of Ideum, who pursues power without reserve. But when he learns about her painful past, he holds out his hand to her and protects her.







Jeon Kwang-Leol - Jo Gab-Soo

Because his father was a left-wing activist under the right-wing government, he was not able to become a prosecutor. Instead, he became a policeman. Whenever he had a chance of getting promoted, his father's record would always drag him down. So he accused innocent people as communists to show his loyalty for the government. Yet he holds no regret or shame for the terrible things he's done. After retiring as a chief officer, he is elected as a member of the National Assembly. He is a member of the advisory board of a law firm, and he runs for the mayor of Yeong-pa city.






Kim Yeo Jin as Min Ji Sook

She is the chief prosecutor of the special task force for sex crimes against children and women. She created the task force herself to help the victims more efficiently. 20 years ago, she investigated the sexual torture case of Superintendent Jo Gabsoo. She desperately wanted to punish him but failed due to lack of evidence. After 20 years, she is still fighting against Jo Gabsoo's law firm at the court.






Kim Min Seo as Heo Yoon Kyung





Lee Il Hwa as Kwak Young Shil (Yi Deum’s mother)
Kim Jae Hwa as Son Mi Young
Choi Ri as Seo Yoo Ri
Jun Bae Soo as Oh Soo Chul
Yoon Kyung Ho as Goo Suk Chan
Jun Mi Sun as Go Jae Sook
Chae Dong Hyun
Jun Ye Seo


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AUG 18 2017

Jung Ryeo-Won offered lead role in KBS2 drama series “Don’t Believe Her”


Jung Ryeo-Won has received an offer to play the lead female role in new KBS2 drama series “Don’t Believe Her” (literal title). Currently, Jung Ryeo-Won is “positively considering” the offer. If she accepts, Jung Ryeo-Won will play Ma Yi-Deum. She has worked as a prosecutor for the past 7 years and receives a transfer to a special division dealing with sex crimes.

“Don’t Believe Her” first airs this October in South Korea.







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2 hours ago, jongski said:

 @Go Seung Ji Huh? is he confirmed? what happened to up coming drama Paul Fell From The Sky? I'm waiting for that one....

No, he is not confirmed. He is positively reviewing the offer. 

I am not sure about Paul Fell From The Sky, as there has been no news since the announcement of that drama. It was supposed to premiere in August, but they still have not finished casting I assume. Maybe it was delayed and thus he is looking for another drama. Hopefully, it is not canceled. 

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Jung Ryeo-won and Yoon Hyun-min courted for legal drama Don’t Trust Her

by awcoconuts


This pairing is unexpected, but one that I like the sound of. Jung Ryeo-won(Bubblegum) and Yoon Hyun-min (Tunnel, Beautiful Mind) are being courted for a new KBS legal drama called Don’t Trust Her. Jung’s favorably considering the starring role of a ferocious ace prosecutor who’s led several daring investigations.............


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Jung Ryeo Won And Yoon Hyun Min Confirmed To Lead New Drama


Jung Ryeo Won and Yoon Hyun Min will be starring in a drama together!

On September 1, a source from KBS stated that the two actors have been confirmed for the upcoming Wednesday-Thursday drama “Don’t Trust Her” (literal title).

Jung Ryeo Won will be playing the role of a public prosecutor who’s part of the sex crimes task force. Her character’s aggressive method of investigation lies on a fine line between legal and illegal investigation, but it has earned her a reputation as an ace prosecutor.

Through this drama, Jung Ryeo Won will be returning to the small screen approximately two years since her drama “Bubblegum” back in 2015. Yoon Hyun Min, on the other hand, will be making a drama comeback approximately four months since OCN’s “Tunnel.”

The cast of “Don’t Trust Her” will be holding their first script reading next week. The drama is slated to air in October after “Lingerie Girls’ Generation,” which is the follow-up to “School 2017.”


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SEP 1 2017

Jung Ryeo-Won and Yoon Hyun-Min cast in KBS2 drama series “Don’t Believe Her”


Jung Ryeo-Won and Yoon Hyun-Min are cast for lead roles in upcoming KBS2 drama series “Don’t Believe Her” (literal title). In the drama series Jung Ryeo-Won will play Ma Yi-Deum. She works as a prosecutor and uses drastic methods to win cases. Yoon Hyun-Min will play a rookie prosecutor who is full of justice.

The first script reading will take place sometime next week and the drama series will first air October, 2017 in South Korea.


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SEP 19 2017

First script reading for KBS2 drama series “Witch’s Court”



First script reading for KBS2 drama series “Witch’s Court” took place September 5, 2017 at  KBS Building in Yeuido, Seoul. Main cast members including Jung Ryeo-Won, Yoon Hyun-Min, Jeon Kwang-Leol, Kim Min-Seo, Kim Yeo-Jin and Kim Jae-Hwa all attended. Director Kim Young-Kyoon spoke prior to the beginning of the script reading and said “The drama ‘Witch’s Court’ deals with sexual crimes against women and children, so it is a sensitive subject. We will try to make the drama delicately and we will also try infuse some lighter moments.”

“Witch’s Court” first airs October 9, 2017 in South Korea.









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