If you’re not already into the Korean drama craze, first, what are you doing? And second, 2021 is as good a time as ever to start. I don’t know what kind of magic is in these shows, but there’s nothing quite like K-drama that sharpens my feelings and tendency to swoon. So if you’re looking for a good laugh, a good cry, a good scare, or a good dose of butterflies in your stomach, a show in Korean will probably do just fine. And, yes, those subtitles are worth the minimal effort to read. While there are collections full of crucial K-dramas from past years that hold your attention, this year’s list makes some cool new options that are canon-related. From funny romantic comedies to series that show psychological trauma.
Whether you like to show based on crime then Partners for Justice is one of the best television series. In crime and life, all connection leaves a mark. There is no absolute crime and the ultimate collaboration of our hero and heroine. The drama continues the story of forensic doctors and a prosecutor who make up the best teams.
Partners for Justice Season 3 Release Date
K-drama Partners for Justice is a 2018 television series. Season one was released in May 2018 on MBC. It was premiered every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 (KST) the slot time. You can also watch on Youtube. In October 2018, the announcement of the second season of the series by MBC. It was started on 3 June 2019 and concluded on 29 July 2019. Season two of the series was more serious than season one. Whereas in season one there were a lot of regular cases which introduced us to the forensics entire world and use forensics to figure out cases.
Partners for Justice season 2 was a bunch about power abuse within the prosecution. I liked the thing that season two contains more twists and turns as compared to the first season. The director of the show No Do Chul submitted his resignation letter to MBC for next season. He works with MBC since 1996 and seasons one and two of Partners for Justice both directed by him. But it is doubtful whether Partners for Justice Season 3 release date comes or not? Although still there is nothing confirmed about the third season of the series.
Partners for Justice Season 3 Cast
Partners for Justice Season 2 amazing cast members as the series was. Jung Jae-Young plays Baek Beom, who is calm and self-reliant and had over 10 years of experience in forensic work in the National Forensic Service. And Jung Yoo Mi plays Eun Sol, who is a little princess, coming from a rich background. She is friendly but yet a newbie prosecutor. Although she is bright enough, so bright that she would have become a judge rather than a prosecutor. In the series both together have to pull their resources to solve heinous crimes. But both couple is opposites.
Jung Jae Young after the release of season 2 he thanks all the viewers to connect with them in both the seasons of Partners for Justice. He also said thanks to the writer, the director, staff members, and co-stars! You worked so hard. Other leading casts of the series have Park Eun Seok as Kang Hyun, Staphanie Lee as Stellar Hwang, and Lee Yi Khung as Cha Soo Ho. As season 3 is not finalized anything now so if there is any news coming regarding the show we will give an update about it.
Partners for Justice Season 3 Story
As the second season takes a year after the cliffhanger finished of the first season when Oh Man-Sang the main suspect was thought to have died in a burning car while trying to exit. The crimes showed are not all connected to Oh Man-Sang, but it seems that the central character Baek Beom is not completely certain if Oh-Man-Sang is dead.
Jung Jae Young’s comeback in the role of Baek Beom, in National Forensic Service, works as a medical examiner who thinks that no living bodies have tales to tell. He is yet as angry as he was in Season one and is however as passionate about figuring out the secrets surrounding people’s end life.
He still protects himself and is still obstinate, ever pushing to get his path when he realizes he can do the job better than his kind of enemies, Ma Do-Nam, played by Song Young-Kyu. Eun Sol is however as a good-hearted person in both seasons. In season 2 of her work, she has not increased confidence in herself. She however falls to conclusions and is more emotional in the cases, making her dependent on her seniors.
As deaths may not take upon any conclusions, but Jung Jae Young and Eun Sol must disclose the reasons and the fact that lies underneath the dead bodies. In the autopsy room, using the evidence to solve mysteries. What sort of events happen in these rooms, and what type of people are in there?
Gather these two researchers on their path as they find the reality and right the wrong! Although nothing is still finalized about the third season is in the works, because of the manner Season 2 concluded and the reality that Director No Do Chul disclosed the expectation of a Season 3 at the “Partners for Justice 2” press meeting, there is a huge possibility that “Partners for Justice 3” will become a truth.