I Hear Your Voice

I Hear Your Voice is a South Korea  television series   Airing on SBS from June 5, 2013 to July 25, 2013 , on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes
The series is a mix of judicial and rom-com with a taste of fantasy put together. Jang Hye- Sung (Lee Bo- Ryung) the lead female character  overcome poverty and a difficult childhood, to becomes a lawyer, specifically a public defender, she is pragmatic, self-preserving and jaded. But her life changes when she re-encounters Park Soo-ha (Lee Jong-suk), a high school boy with the supernatural ability to read other people’s thoughts by looking into their eyes that  she helped  10 years prior, and the cop-turned-lawyer Cha Gwan-woo (Yoon Sang-hyun) whose character is cheerful and idealistic,but with a  big dose  of a dorky  to  his name.  As Hye-sung works with Soo-ha and Gwan-woo, she gradually lets go of her pursuit of money and glory. Together, this unlikely team use unconventional methods on their cases, proving that while sometimes justice is blind to a fault, she can still hear your voice.
  • Lee Bo-young as Jang Hye-sung
  • Kim So-hyun as young Hye-sung
  • Lee Jong-suk as Park Soo-ha
  • Goo Seung-hyun as young Soo-ha
  • Yoon Sang-hyun as Cha Gwan-woo
  • Lee Da-hee as Seo Do-yeon
  • Jung Min-ah as young Do-yeon
  • Kim Kwang-gyu as Kim Gong-sook
  • Jung Dong-hwan as Judge Seo Dae-seok, Do-yeon’s father
  • Kim Hae-sook as Eo Choon-shim, Hye-sung’s mother
  • Jung Woong-in as Min Joon-gook, murderer of Soo-ha’s father
  • Kim Ga-eun as Go Sung-bin
  • Yoon Joo-sang as Shin Sang-deok
  • Choi Sung-joon as Choi Yoo-chang
  • Kim Byung-ok as Hwang Dal-joong
  • Park Doo-shik as Choong-gi
  • Han Ki-won as Jeong Pil-jae, the elder twin (guest appearance, ep 4-6)
  • Han Ki-woong as Jeong Pil-seung, the younger twin (guest appearance, ep 4-6)
  • So Yi-hyun as Min Joon-gook’s lawyer (cameo, ep 1)
  • Kim Sung-kyun as detective (cameo, ep 1)

Why  watch:

Forget about the absolute eyes candy why  trying  to  watch  Soo Ha and his friends. I hear  your voice  definitely  brings a different twist to  judicial  drama  out there. And the  metaphorical  subtlety of saying to us that even  when  justice is blind , there’s  someone  out there that can  hear your  voice, will  be  really  what  draws  the  viewers  in.  there are suspect that are definitely  guilty but  when  you watch I hear  your  voice and  listen  to those  lawyers  you may  find yourself  shaking, because  you conviction  are going to  be  tasted.  Don’t  just  trust me on it  and  give it a watch. on Viki.com  or Dramafever.com  and for  those  who  are  that  lucky to  live in the US you may  try  your luck  with  gooddrama.net.

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