After all the hearings I attended in the legal drama parade this year, I became less impatient to Witch’s Court when it started dragging out halfway through its airing. If not for Ma Yi Deum’s tenacity which pushed me to bear the painstaking journey of taking down an indestructible villain, I would have not stayed faithful.

Following the yardstick for courtroom dramas, Witch’s Court provides side stories to support the main conflict of defeating the invincible antagonist. It is as if the heroine and the villain are at the other edge of a justice weighing scale, pulling it in and reversing it in with their outwitting game.


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