There won’t be Season 2 of “Juvenile Justice”

There’s bad news for people who like K-dramas. There won’t be a second season of the hit show “Juvenile Justice.

StarNews confirmed on January 27 that Season 2 of the Netflix original show “Juvenile Justice” will not be made.

Juvenile Justice” is a Netflix show that tells the stories of crimes committed by young people in Korea and the judges who handle those crimes.

Kim Hye Soo, who plays Judge Shim Eun Seok, hates juvenile offenders, but she is put in charge of the juvenile court.

When it came out in February, “Juvenile Justice” was a huge hit with people all over the world. It was the most-watched non-English TV series on Netflix.

Due to the show’s popularity, the actors, the director, and fans have all talked about how excited they are for season 2.

The second season, on the other hand, never got made because the pre-production process was stopped.

People know that a casting call was held to find new actors to play the students in season 2.

But it turned out that the audition organizers told people that the production for season 2 has been canceled.



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