Follow Park Eun Bin’s journey to become an extraordinary lawyer! Extraordinary Attorney Woo, the latest legal drama series from director Yoo In Shik (Dr. Romantic), is ready to air from June 29, 2022 online via the live streaming video platform Netflix.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo tells the story of Woo Young Woo, a young female lawyer who is about to start her career at a law firm. Young Woo has an autism spectrum disorder, so adapting to her new job and colleagues is a challenge in itself.
After working on the action-thriller series Vagabond, Yoo In Shik is back with a light story that highlights daily struggles. Park Eun Bin (The King’s Affection, Do You Like Brahms?) is chosen to portray the unique main character, along with the responsibility of representing people on the autism spectrum. In addition, well-known actors Kang Tae Oh, Kang Ki Young, Jeon Bae Soo, Baek Ji Won, and Joo Hyun Young round up the cast of the series.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo Korean Drama Info
Schedule & How to Watch
|Title||Extraordinary Attorney Woo|
|Director||Yoo In Shik|
|Writers||Moon Ji Won|
|Release Date||Wednesday, 06/29/2022|
Being diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder does not prevent Woo Young Woo (Park Eun Bin) from becoming a great lawyer. After graduating at the top of her class from Seoul National University, Young Woo enrolls as a trainee lawyer at the prestigious law firm, Hanbada. However, once accepted, her struggle has only begun.
From her first day on the job, Young Woo faces judgment and discrimination from her surroundings. She has difficulty in responding to social interactions and in managing her emotions. Still, using her above average intelligence and memory, a creative perspective, and the support of good colleagues like Lee Joon Ho (Kang Tae Oh), Young Woo steps slowly but surely towards the courtroom to become an extraordinary attorney.
- Park Eun Bin (Woo Young Woo)
- Kang Tae Oh (Lee Joon Ho)
- Kang Ki Young (Jung Myung Seok)
- Jeon Bae Soo (Woo Gwang Ho)
- Baek Ji Won (Han Seon Young)
- Jin Kyung (Tae Soo Mi)
- Joo Hyun Young (Dong Geulami)
- Ha Yoon Kyung (Choi Soo Yeon)
- Joo Jong Hyuk (Kwon Min Woo)
- Im Sung Jae (Kim Min Shik)
- Lee Gi Young