Actors Ahn Bo Hyun and Jo Bo Ah‘s drama ‘Military Prosecutor Doberman‘ has finally been released.
The first episode of tvN’s ‘Military Prosecutor Doberman‘, which aired on February 28, recorded an average rating of 5.9% and a maximum of 8.1% based on Nielsen Korea’s metropolitan area.
The national average was 5.3% and the highest was 7%.
In the first episode of ‘Military Prosecutor Doberman,’ aired the day before, Do Bae Man (Ahn Bo Hyun), a former earth-Spooner, was seduced by Yong Moon Goo (Kim Young Min), the representative of a law firm, and became a military prosecutor receiving black money.
Cha Woo In (Jo Bo Ah) was the daughter of a chaebol but became a military prosecutor to take revenge after losing her father.
Cha Woo In is a righteous person who begins to create a new wind of justice based on the code of law, rather than top-down clothes in the military courts that follow abusive practices and vertical hierarchies.
Do Bae Man, who received an offer from Yong Moon Goo to hire Lo & One’s partner lawyer after serving five years as a military prosecutor in the military, asked the newly appointed Cha Woo In not to think about it until he was discharged.
In this way, Do Bae Man and Cha Woo In aroused interest from the first broadcast with their opposite appearances.
‘Military Prosecutor Doberman‘ tells the story of Do Bae Man and Cha Woo In the meeting, overcoming the black and rotten evil in the army, and growing into a real military swordsman.
Attention is focused on whether ‘Military Prosecutor Doberman‘, who captivated viewers from the first broadcast with a fresh genre of military court drama and announced a pleasant start, will continue to gain popularity.