The first season of Extraordinary Attorney Woo just ended, and it had the seventh-most viewers of any Korean cable show ever. It also got the most viewers of any show ever on the Korean network ENA. It has also done well on Netflix. In its seventh week of global streaming, it was the most watched series in the world, and it is now Netflix’s eighth most watched non-English series of all time. Extraordinary Attorney Woo, a popular Korean drama on Netflix, is getting an extraordinary Attorney Woo season 2, but it looks like viewers will have to wait until 2024.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 2:Story
In the first season of Extraordinary Attorney Woo, there were many different cases, and some of them went on for two episodes. In Season 2, Woo Young-woo and her team at Hanbada will probably take on a different case every episode or two.
Astory and the show’s writers haven’t said much about Season 2, but Woo Young’s relationship with her mother, Tae Soo-mi, CEO of Taesan Law Firm, is likely to grow. Episode 16 of Season 1 didn’t seem to wrap up their story completely, so expect to see more of them in Season 2.
Woo Young-woo likes Lee Jun-ho, who will, of course, play a big part in the story. Most likely, their relationship will be tested again. Will they get married? What could make them stop being together? Many fans are asking these questions now, but they will have to wait until Season 2 to find out the answers.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 2:Cast
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The main actors from Season 1 of Extraordinary Attorney Woo should be back for Season 2. The main lawyer will come back, so you can expect Park Eun-bin to play Woo Young-woo again.
Other actors who are expected to come back are:
- Kang Tae-oh as Lee Jun-ho
- Kang Ki-young as Jung Myung-seok
- Ha Yoon-Kyung as Choi Su-Yeon
- Joo Jong-hyuk as Kwon Min-woo
- Woo Gwang-ho is played by Jae Bae-soo.
- Tae Soo-mi is played by Jin Kyung.
- Joo Hyun-young as Don Geu-ra-mi.
- Kim Min-Shik is played by Im Sung-Jae.
Season 2 will have new characters and guest stars, but as of this writing, no new cast members have been announced.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 2:Released Date
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We do have some good news for this person. It looks like plans are already in place for season two, but we’ll have to wait a little bit.
The CEO of network ASTORY, Lee Sang-baek, told South Korean media outlets (NME’s report and Soompi’s translation) that good things are coming for Woo and her cute, addictive world.
But it’s not happening yet, even though there are signs that it’s going in the right direction.
“Thanks to the support of many viewers, ‘Attorney Woo’ will return for season 2. We hope to air the second season sometime in 2024. However, the process of adjusting the schedules of all of the cast members and crew will pose a significant challenge. Nonetheless, we plan to proceed with season 2 without any cast member changes or any changes to the production staff. “
The South Korean channel that airs Extraordinary Attorney Woo, ENA, has confirmed that talks are going on about a possible second season, but nothing is set in stone. If it does happen, a release date of 2024 seems very likely.
Every step of the way, we’ll let you know what’s going on.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo Season 1 Quick Recap
The show is about Woo Young Woo, a 27-year-old lawyer played by Park Eun-bin who went to law school at Seoul National University and has an IQ of 164, a great memory, and a very creative way of thinking. She also has autism, and the show dispels the idea that autistic people don’t have “social skills” or “emotional intelligence.”
The Character Of Woo Young-Woo Was Inspired By An Actual Person.
The main character, Woo Young-woo, was partially based on a real-life person named Temple Grandin. Temple Grandin is an American scientist and professor of animal science. As an adult, she was told she had autism. She was an important part of academia and society because she helped end the stigma against people with autism.
A Fanimalew Of The Court Cases Were Based On Actual events.
Some of the courtroom drama’s cases are based on factual events; some of them were even publicized by the real attorneys who handled them. For instance, the lottery case from episode 11 was revealed in the essay written by attorney Cho Woo-sung.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 2:trailer
Since filming for Season 2 of Extraordinary Attorney Woo hasn’t started yet, don’t expect an official trailer to come out anytime soon. For now, you can watch this behind-the-scenes look at Season 1 from The Swoon’s YouTube channel: