Next Time On… Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 1, episodes 3 & 4

June 30, 2022
Jonathon Wilson 0
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This article is a preview for Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 1, episodes 3 & 4, and may contain spoilers for previous episodes.

Netflix’s latest k-drama offering is Extraordinary Attorney Woo, a charming dramedy about a young woman with an autism spectrum disorder joining a big law firm and facing a fair helping of irrational prejudice alongside her legal cases.

The first two episodes focused on establishing the show’s structure, tone, and characters, so here’s where we stand after the first week:

Episode 1: “The extraordinary attorney of the title is Woo Young-woo, the sole blue duck among a flock of yellow, at least according to the episode’s opening visual metaphor. Like most people with ASDs, Young-woo was diagnosed young, at five years old, her Asperger’s manifesting as being socially quiet and reserved but also a genius in many respects, and obsessively in love with whales.”

Episode 2: “But love always wins in the end, doesn’t it? Hwa-young, it turns out, is actually in love with her friend, and when she finally speaks for herself, the whole lawsuit is thrown out and she walks away happily – her father less so, understandably, but the heart wants what the heart wants, which I suppose is a fittingly chirpy conclusion for an episode in a show such as this.”

Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 1, episodes 3 & 4 release date

Extraordinary Attorney Woo episode 3 is slated to air on Wednesday, July 6, with Extraordinary Attorney Woo episode 4 airing the day after, on Thursday, July 7.

Where to watch Extraordinary Attorney Woo online

This show is exclusive to Netflix, and is available to watch on the platform with a subscription. As mentioned above, you can check out new episodes every Wednesday and Thursday.

What is Extraordinary Attorney Woo about?

From AsianWiki:

Woo Young-Woo (Park Eun-Bin) is extremely smart and she also has autism spectrum disorder. She never forgets what she sees, but she lacks in social skills and empathy. Woo Young-Woo begins to work as a trainee lawyer at a large law firm. While working there, she faces prejudice and irrationality against her, but she solves cases with her own unique perspective and grows as a lawyer.

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