review Miss Hammurabi (Korean: 미스 함무라비; RR: Miseu Hammurabi) is a 2018 South Korean television series written by Moon Yoo-seok, the chief judge of Seoul Eastern District Court, and starring Go Ara, Kim Myung-soo and Sung Dong-il.
It is based on the screenwriter’s own novel of the same name, which was first serialized in 2015 on The Hankyoreh and was later published in paperback form in 2016 by Munhakdongne Publishing Group.
It aired on JTBC’s Mondays and Tuesdays at 23:00 (KST) time slot from May 21 to July 16, 2018 for 16 episodes
Go Ara as Park Cha Oh-reum
A passionate and idealistic rookie judge who stays by her beliefs and stands for justice.
Kim Myung-soo as Lim Ba-reun
An elite judge who prioritizes principles and sticks to the rules.
Sung Dong-il as Han Se-sang
A down-to-earth chief judge with years of experience and knowledge who understands the harsh realities of life.
Ryu Deok-hwan as Jung Bo-wang
An elite judge from Department 43, beside Department 44, who knows almost everything about everyone.
Lee Elijah as Lee Do-yeon
A stenographer for Department 44, who has a secret nighttime job.
Also known as Miss Hammurabi
Hangul 미스 함무라비
Genre Legal drama
Based on Miss Hammurabi
by Moon Yoo-seok
Written by Moon Yoo-seok
Directed by Kwak Jung-hwan
Country of origin South Korea
Original language Korean
No. of episodes 16