Netflix has revealed that the law k-drama Extraordinary Attorney Woo would premiere on the streaming service in June 2022. We’ve compiled a list of everything you need to know about Extraordinary Attorney Woo, including the plot, actors, and air dates.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo is a South Korean Netflix Original law drama directed by Yoo In Shik and written by screenwriter Moon Ji Won that will be released abroad. Dr. Romantic, Vagabond, and Mrs. Cop are among Yoo In Shik’s credits. Extraordinary Attorney Woo is Moon Ji Won’s second series; her first was Innocent Witness.
What exactly is the story of Extraordinary Attorney Woo?
Woo Young Woo, 27, graduated first in her class from the prestigious Seoul National University both undergrad and law school. With an excellent memory, a highly creative thought process, and a 164 IQ. However, because of her Aspergers Syndrome, she still struggles in regular interactions.
Who are the Extraordinary Attorney Woo cast members?
Both leads in Extraordinary Attorney Woo have previously appeared on Netflix. Park Eun Bin played the parts of Yeon Seon, Lee Hwi, and Dam Yi in The King’s Affection. Park Eun Bin was acclaimed for her performance in Hot Stove League outside of Netflix.
My First First Love’s Kang Tae Oh appeared in both seasons. He appeared in the 2020 film Run On and most recently in the k-drama Thirty-Nine.
The following actors have been confirmed to play Little Women:
Woo Young Woo, Lee Joon Ho, Jung Myung Seok, Woo Gwang Ho, Han Seon Young, Tae Soo Mi, Dong Geulami, Choi See Yeon, Kwon Min Woo, Kim Min Shik and TBA.
When will Extraordinary Attorney Woo be available on Netflix?
At the time of writing, the first episode of Extraordinary Attorney Woo will be available on Netflix on Wednesday, June 29th, 2022.
The series will have sixteen episodes in total, with new episodes broadcast twice a week on Wednesdays and Thursdays for a total of eight weeks. The season finale will air on October 2nd, 2022. Each episode will be approximately 60 minutes long.