Law School -- Episode 3: Beyond the Law

"Many remark justice is blind; pity those in her sway, shocked to discover she is also deaf "~ David Mamet.

I love Kim Myung Min in this role and his voice even more. But let me say, I am equally annoyed with the students who all seem to be hiding something; and the good-for-nothing detective and prosecutor who are ready to indict rather than do their darn jobs and actually investigate. And please don't get me started on the corrupt prosecutor turned law professor's wife; all she wants is money. To look down on Jun Hwi for speaking out for justice and condemning him for his uncle's action, and wanting to frame him makes her even worse than the uncle himself. What happened to presumed innocent until found guilty.


I don't get how a convicted rapist is allowed to live next to little children, let alone the child he assaulted; what is the point of an ankle monitor if it's not to keep the victim safe from the preparator. I don't even get why they have that monitor on him since he seems to be everywhere. Everybody seems so incompetent but what's even scarier is that they are all in collusion. It's like nobody is interested in true justice, be it the students or professors who want to eliminate "the" competition or the cops and prosecutors who only care about saving face rather than affecting justice. Everyone wants Yang either convicted or dead.


What is Jun Hwi scared of; something isn't right with him. I highly doubt he's the killer, but it seems like he either knows something or someone is after him. I think the Vice Dean hid the sugar packet, and Yoo Seung Jae took the laptop, but why; what is up with these people; even Kang Sol B is hiding something but then so is Kang Sol A; I am thinking the boy the prosecutor hit with his car may have been her brother. It makes my head hurt just thinking about it all. I wish lady justice would remove the bandage from her eyes to distinguish between the vicious and the unfortunate. Watch Episode 3 here.

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