A few days ago, South Korea's "Witch's Court" once again achieved double-digit ratings and successfully won the ratings championship. This is a story about a female prosecutor who pursues fame and a rookie novice prosecutor who has abandoned her doctor to join forces to bring to justice criminals targeting children and women.
Judging from the selection of materials, the sharp script is compact and exquisite, with sexual crime as the starting point. It is a script that people want to sell to the world after reading it. Just as good medical dramas should only focus on the doctor-patient relationship, so the prosecutor's subject matter should focus on the case rather than falling in love. The most surprising thing is that after watching the four episodes, I actually got the cp feeling of the male and female masters, and some of them are looking forward to the long-term emotional relationship while working!
It can be said that this type of subject matter is not new enough. For example, the popular "Secret Forest" some time ago was also mainly prosecutors, and Douban scored as high as 9.2 points.
But this "Witch's Court" is very cleverly focused on the issue of sensitive "sex crime"-
Especially the first case was a strange case of "man being sexually assaulted by a woman".
The heroines of this drama and ordinary Korean dramas are innocent, full of sense of justice, and some even have a "Mother's Disease";
However, the heroine in this play, Mary Shield, is a self-interested man who uses whatever means to achieve his purpose.
In general, the biggest difference between "Witch's Court" and other court plays is that the focus is on "women and children commit crimes." Relevant information such as sexual harassment and sexual torture have aroused great response. Related issues are always difficult to get enough discussion in reality, this play is to give this helpless reality and prejudice a blow.