The Johnny Depp case is one of the most heard topics recently. What amazes people, even more, is the support that Depp is getting from all around the world. Besides all the support the one person who is fighting back like no one is Depp's attorney "Camille Vasquez".
Taking inspiration from Camille Vaquez, We've produced a list of some of the top female leads from recent Korean dramas who give us Camille Vasquez vibes.
Most people believe that Korean drama fans only watch for gorgeous, chiselled male stars. While this is partially true, it is far from the primary cause.
Nothing inspires us more than seeing other strong, accomplished women. And with these fantastic dramas that deliver a heartfelt, compelling tale, who needs a male lead when these leading ladies merit our admiration?
Cha Moon-sook- I Hear Your Voice
Cha Moon-sook is a high-ranking judge who is well-liked but corrupt and greedy. She presents herself as noble, kind, and just, and she will go to tremendous measures to maintain that image.
She's ordered assassinations, fixed trials, ran a fraudulent charity for personal benefit, and chosen municipal officials who are sympathetic to her cause. She is the series' adversary and is skilled at manipulating others. She is a formidable opponent who has shown no remorse for her previous actions. Near the end of the series, she was condemned to life in prison for her actions.
Lee Jung-Joo- Judge vs Judge
Lee Jung Joo is a hot-tempered judge who is incapable of holding her emotions to vent shameless defendants with unspeakable words. She presides at the Seoul District Court.
The Seoul District Court is presided over by Judge Lee Jung-Joo. She uses unimaginable obscenities when she swears at shameless defendants. Judge Sa Ui-Hyun will sit on the same jury as Judge Lee Jung-Joo. Sa Ui-Hyun is well-known for using the law and his conscience to reach decisions.
Lee Jung-Joo is up against a powerful force that murdered her older brother after framing him for murder.
Ma Yi-Deum- A Witch's Court
She is a seasoned prosecutor who has worked in Seoul's four district prosecutors' offices. She has to tread carefully between legal and unlawful investigation. In order to win her case, she does not hesitate to employ personal insults, manufacture evidence, or instigate perjury.
She is, however, egotistical and irritable. She has struggled to advance from poor beginnings at Korea's most conservative organization. Then she becomes involved in a case and is assigned to the organization's most despised team, the special task force for child sex offences.
Seo Do-Yeon I Hear Your Voice
Seo Do-Yeon is a prosecutor whose father is a judge, and her mother is a doctor, therefore she comes from a wealthy, well-connected family. Do-Yeon has always strived to be the ideal daughter in order to please her parents.
In high school, she had a rivalry with Hye-sung, and after a fireworks accident nearly blinded her, she blames Hye-sung, despite the latter's protests. Do-Yeon was also a witness to Park Soo-murder, ha's father but she loses her courage at the last minute and refuses to testify.
Shin Hee-min- While You Were Sleeping
A female prosecutor with a warm and approachable demeanour. Prosecutor Shin was Jae-college chan's roommate, but she now occupies a higher position in the prosecution office, close to their bosses, than Jae-chan.
She also has a high success rate in prosecuting criminals, yet she struggles to recognize her own mistakes, particularly her failure in the poisoning case of Kang Dae-hee.
Kim Hye-Kyung- The Good Wife
Kim Hye Kyung is a newly hired lawyer. Kim Hye-Kyung is a lawyer with tremendous talent but hasn't utilized it in over a decade after marrying and becoming the obedient stay-at-home mom and housewife.
That all changes when her husband, Yoo Ji Tae's Lee Tae Joon, is jailed after being caught up in a political and (very broadcast) sex scandal.
She's suddenly dodging reporters and resuming work at an old friend's firm. Hye Kyung begins to discover herself, love, and everything about her spouse thanks to her friend Seo Joong Won and his older sister Seo Myung Hee.
Cha Myung-jo- Diary Of A Prosecutor
She has no choice but to move to Jinyoung and work at the District Prosecutors' Office until she can return to Seoul, where she was previously a successful prosecutor.
She was Sun-Woong's junior in university, but she began her legal career a year before him. She avoids wasting time on cases, making her appear careless from the perspective of some of her coworkers.
Kim Eun Sook- Law School
Professor Kim Eun Sook is a fantastic person. Kim Eun Sook is also a civil law professor at the university. She is a breath of fresh air in an institution full of gloomy instructors. She has repeatedly demonstrated true affection for her students.
Despite being a complete wuss, she is the toughest person in the courtroom. Many in the audience had major trust difficulties as a result of her. She is also the only one who has succeeded in becoming Yang Jong Hoon's friend. This is significant since Yang Jong Hoon's demeanour and aura scare most people.
Ha Jae-Yi- Lawless Lawyer
After vocally challenging a dishonest judge in court, a lawyer of integrity is temporarily disbarred. After her mother's departure, she is raised by her father and returns to Kisung jobless and in disgrace, but she meets Sang-Pil, who offers her the chance to reclaim her license. She regarded Moon-sook as a role model before returning to Kisung.
She is adamant in her pursuit of justice for her mother and Sang-Pil now that she knows the truth. According to actress Seo Yea-Ji, when she is in the right, she does not back down, who describes her as "unable to hold in her fury."
She is an equal partner with Sang-Pil and protects those she loves as a robust and independent lady. Even when others, including her father, reject her connection with Sang-Pil, she remains devoted to him.
Kang Sol A- Law School
Kang Sol A is a Hankuk Law School first-year student. Kang Sol A's character has become a symbol for students all around the world. One of the most sympathetic characters in the Korean drama Law School.
Kang Sol A was also admitted to Hankuk Law University under a special admissions policy. She suffers intellectually and financially in a university that attracts Korea's brightest pupils. She can't tolerate seeing anyone else struggle, even while she is struggling herself.
Kang Sol A's character, in my opinion, was one of the smartest pupils in the class. She suffered academically as a result of her inability to say no to everyone who needed assistance.
Hong Cha Young- Vincenzo
In the hit Korean drama Vincenzo, Hong Cha-young, played by actress Jeon Yeo-been, works as a lawyer in a firm that represents many wealthy but morally questionable clients.
Cha-Young is seen in the first few episodes deviating from her father, who is also a lawyer, because she had no intention of working with low-rent clients, no matter how noble the reason.
Her father, on the other hand, fought for the underprivileged. Cha-Young has a competitive attitude as a person who is more concerned with practicalities than with virtue, and despite her shortcomings, she excels as a lawyer in court.
Another interesting aspect of her character is that she has been seen in a variety of ultra-polished ensembles, complete with the latest accessories, emphasizing her strong female lead.
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