Gu Dong Chi is a prosecutor who is good in catching bad guys but unpopular among higher ups. Soon after creation new prosecutor team, Han Yeol Mu, intern fresh out law school, falls on his shoulders. As if this were not enough, the two also share unfinished business from the past.
Starting off as a taunt, well-written story, Pride and Prejudice unfortunately falls into the common vice of having the plot drag once all the major shake ups have happened.
The first half is well written, with reveals happening at a fast enough pace to keep the story moving. However, in the second half it feels like the writer never anticipated so many episodes and so the story starts to drag, and it feels like the same information begins to get rehashed.
The acting is well done, with good inter-team camaraderie and moments where you can see the nuances and hidden feelings underneath. It manages to carry the drawn out plot in what would be an otherwise dull story.
Not the worst show out there and great for fans of the cast, but also not something that will likely make many favourite lists.