The BEST episodes of Miss Hammurabi

Every episode of Miss Hammurabi ever, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best episodes of Miss Hammurabi!

Park Cha O Reum works as a rookie judge. She is in her mid-20's and follows "an eye for an eye" principle. She does not accept prejudice or blindly follow authority. Dealing with cases, she and her colleagues, including Im Ba-Reun, grow as persons.

Last Updated: 4/10/2024Network: JTBCStatus: Ended
Reputation Is Very Important
7 votes

#1 - Reputation Is Very Important

Season 1 - Episode 4 - Aired 5/29/2018

Cha Oh Reum’s fellow colleague, Hong Eun Ji, in another department recently becomes pregnant. However, knowing how much of a workaholic his senior and Presiding Judge Sung Gong Choong is, she dares not tell him about it. Meanwhile, Gong Choong has been working hard even on the weekends so that he may get a promotion. Cha Oh Reum sees how much of a hard time Eun Ji is having and decides to stand up for her.

Privilege and Misunderstandings
8 votes

#2 - Privilege and Misunderstandings

Season 1 - Episode 9 - Aired 6/19/2018

The court stirs with the rumors of former judges having special privileges, and Oh Reum’s panel takes over a case where the lawyer is a former colleague of Presiding Judge Han. Moreover, Oh Reum sees a protest in front of the court that demands for Presiding Judge Han and Ba Reun. Meanwhile, Presiding Judge Gam asks Oh Reum for a favor regarding the case of Asia Cosmetics.

We Might Not Have Money, But We Have Our Pride
9 votes

#3 - We Might Not Have Money, But We Have Our Pride

Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired 5/28/2018

Cha Oh Reum and Ba Reun attend a trial regarding a female intern who has experienced sexual humiliation from her manager. However, much to their disgust, all the female employees of that company who are summoned as witnesses stand on their manager’s side and would rather make the intern look crazy. Cha Oh Reum, who has experienced several incidents of sexual harassment herself, cannot help but feel attached to this case.

First Trial
8 votes

#4 - First Trial

Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired 5/22/2018

Cha Oh Reum attends her first trial with Im Ba Reun and Han Se Sang. Unlike Se Sang who witnesses all sorts of crazy chaos regarding civil cases and appeals, Cha Oh Reum remembers the people’s heartrending pleas and becomes teary-eyed. Meanwhile, Cha Oh Reum gets into conflicts with her colleagues due to her rash decisions and blind ambition.

General Judges’ Meeting
6 votes

#5 - General Judges’ Meeting

Season 1 - Episode 5 - Aired 6/4/2018

Ba Reun and Cha Oh Reum prepare for the general judges’ meeting. They go against Presiding Judge Han’s orders and start sending out flyers to fellow judges and even presiding judges. However, it is surely not an easy task. Meanwhile, the trial for the old lady begins, and Cha Oh Reum is called to the chief presiding judge’s room.

The Right to Be Forgotten
5 votes

#6 - The Right to Be Forgotten

Season 1 - Episode 6 - Aired 6/5/2018

A trial opens when a congressman refusing to reveal a photo of himself from the past files a lawsuit. As a judge, Ba Reun tries to understand why the plaintiff is so determined to forget about his past. Meanwhile, Ba Reun becomes curious about Cha Oh Reum’s past, wondering what happened for her personality to change so much.

Let’s Handle It Together
7 votes

#7 - Let’s Handle It Together

Season 1 - Episode 8 - Aired 6/18/2018

The trial for the attempted suicide of an elite man begins. Ba Reun gets emotionally involved in the case and struggles. Cha Oh Reum watches Ba Reun struggle and feels bad for him. The final verdict for a custody case makes Se Sang think in the shoes of the plaintiff. Meanwhile, Ba Reun is jealous of Yong Jun and Cha Oh Reum’s relationship.

Alcohol-related Violence
6 votes

#8 - Alcohol-related Violence

Season 1 - Episode 12 - Aired 7/2/2018

Thanks to Presiding Judge Han Se Sang’s fiery personality and slip of the tongue, Cha Oh Reum’s department takes over some of the criminal department’s cases. While looking over the cases, Ba Reun is flabbergasted by the people who committed horrendous deeds and then blamed it on alcohol as if it could be justified. However, on the other hand, Cha Oh Reum listens to their stories and their situation. Once again, their opinions clash.

Remaining Neutral
6 votes

#9 - Remaining Neutral

Season 1 - Episode 13 - Aired 7/3/2018

Word that a judge is dating a stenographer spreads, and Bo Wang gets upset that people are speaking negatively of his relationship. Civil Department 44 is in charge of a case where a professor is charged with the quasi-rape of his student. During the trial, Cha Oh Reum feels discouraged and struggles with being neutral. She asks Ba Reun to help her keep her neutrality, and Se Sang tells them about his past cases.

I’m a Testifier, Not a Victim
6 votes

#10 - I’m a Testifier, Not a Victim

Season 1 - Episode 10 - Aired 6/25/2018

Cha Oh Reum is questioned by the prosecution regarding Presiding Judge Gam Seong Ho’s immoral actions. To make things worse, the judges hear about Sung Gong Choong’s promotion. Cha Oh Reum attends a trial regarding a whistleblower who got fired after disclosing a company’s wrongdoings. Witnessing how those who seek justice fail in front of power, Cha Oh Reum begins to think that her becoming a judge was a mistake.

Don't Get Worked up over Little Things
6 votes

#11 - Don't Get Worked up over Little Things

Season 1 - Episode 11 - Aired 6/26/2018

Oh Reum is in charge of underaged children addicted to glue. She feels sorry for the poor children being labeled as outlaws. Ba Reun joins in as Oh Reum starts to take action to attempt solving the problem from the very source. As Oh Reum keeps trying to solve such problems, she slowly realizes how to win those who show no remorse of their wrong doings.

Judges’ Duties
13 votes

#12 - Judges’ Duties

Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired 5/21/2018

On her first day of work as a judge, Park Cha Oh Reum meets her alumnus and fellow judge, Im Ba Reun. Ba Reun acts as if he barely remembers her, but deep down, he has always wondered about her. When an elderly lady, who has lost a trial regarding her son’s death, pleads the judges to help, the two judges clash. Unlike Cha Oh Reum, who believes it’s only right to go out of one’s way to help the weak, Ba Reun believes that all human beings are selfish deep down.

The Meaning of Family
5 votes

#13 - The Meaning of Family

Season 1 - Episode 7 - Aired 6/12/2018

Ba Reun regrets confessing his feelings to Cha Oh Reum. They don’t know how to deal with the awkwardness upon seeing each other. Ba Reun finds out that it is Cha Oh Reum’s birthday and gets her a gift. However, he’s unsure of how to give it to her. A case about a family feuding starts. Cha Oh Reum and Ba Reun have different views on the meaning of family. What kind of verdict will they come to?

She Should Remain in the Court
5 votes

#14 - She Should Remain in the Court

Season 1 - Episode 14 - Aired 7/9/2018

At the office, everyone is supportive of Bo Wang and Do Yeon’s relationship. Ba Reun tells his colleague that he has changed ever since the relationship. However, Bo Wang notices that Ba Reun has also changed and that he’s been curious about others which is unlike him. Meanwhile, Joo Hyung Min makes a suicide attempt, and Cha Oh Reum panicks, thinking she may have made the wrong decision.

I Want to Think About Myself Only
4 votes

#15 - I Want to Think About Myself Only

Season 1 - Episode 15 - Aired 7/10/2018

The public refuses to back down and endlessly bash Cha Oh Reum, and she becomes more and more unsure about her position as a judge. Worried, Ba Reun brings her to the neighborhood they used to live in when they were younger. There, he opens up his heart and shows his feelings. Meanwhile, Cha Oh Reum is summoned by the disciplinary committee.

Thank You for Your Hard Work
7 votes

#16 - Thank You for Your Hard Work

Season 1 - Episode 16 - Aired 7/16/2018

Ba Reun, Bo Wang, and the other young judges stand up for Cha Oh Reum. They tell Gong Choong that if she is wrong, they are just as wrong. Se Sang asks the Chief Presiding Judge if he feels no shame in front of his junior judges. Meanwhile, Cha Oh Reum and Ba Reun oversee a trial involving a jury. As the trial unfolds, the jurors’ opinions clash. What will the final verdict be?