The Korean legal drama Extraordinary Attorney Woo has quickly become one of Netflix’s most popular original series, even surpassing the popularity of the comedy The Sandman. Drama about a brilliant lawyer named Woo Young-woo who also happens to be on the autism spectrum has become one of Korea’s most successful TV exports ever. Despite not quite reaching the heights of Squid Game (yet), this charming legal drama has amassed an astounding 67 million viewing hours in its sixth week on Netflix, up from 24 million in its debut week.
Not only that, but Extraordinary Attorney Woo has risen to become the eighth most-watched non-English series in Netflix history. But you already know how great it is since you’ve watched all 16 episodes in one sitting more than once. That’s the kind of show it is. You want to know when the next episode will be released so you can keep following the adventures of this remarkable young lawyer. We can help with that. Here at Digital Spy, we’ll be spilling the beans about the second season of Netflix’s Amazing Attorney Woo. As here we will discuss everything about extraordinary attorney woo season 2.
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Extraordinary Attorney Woo Season 2 Potential Release Date
This one actually gets some good news from us! We’ll have to wait a while, but it looks like preparations have begun for Season 2. The CEO of network ASTORY Lee Sang-baek recently spoke to South Korean media outlets (through NME’s reporting and Soompi’s translation) and disclosed exciting plans for Woo and her charmingly addicting universe.
With the help of many, Season 2 of Extraordinary Attorney Woo will be made, Lee has announced. Season two is planned for broadcast in 2024. Despite the undeniable progress that has been made, it has not yet been declared an official reality. Extraordinary Attorney Woo’s South Korean broadcast network, ENA, has acknowledged that talks are ongoing regarding a second season, though nothing has been announced as of yet. A release in 2024 seems very possible if this ends up happening.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo Season 2 Cast
- Woo Young-woo, played by Park Eun-bin
- In the role of young Woo Young-woo, Oh Ji-yul shines.
- Lee Jun-ho is played by Kang Tae-oh.
- In the role of Jung Myung-seok, Kang Ki-young
- Woo Gwang-ho, played by Jeon Bae-soo
- With Jang Seong-beom as a young Woo Gwang-ho
- The cast includes Baek Ji-won as Han Seon-young and
- Actor Ha Yoon-kyung as Choi Soo-yeon
- In the role of Kwon Min-woo is Joo Jong-hyuk.
- “Tae Soo-mi,” portrayed by Jin Kyung
- Young Tae Soo-mi is played by Jung Han-bit.
- Dong Geu-ra-mi is portrayed by Joo Hyun-young.
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Extraordinary Attorney Woo Season 2 Plot
The CEO of the company, Lee Sang-baek, recently told The Korea Herald that he has hired screenwriter Moon Ji-won to work on a potential second-season script. If that’s the case, Ji-path won’s ahead could be rocky. Kang Tae-oh, who plays Young-fiance woos Lee Jun-ho, is getting ready to serve in the military. All physically able-bodied Korean men by the age of 28 are required to serve in the military, therefore future episodes may have to accommodate a lengthy absence for this central character.
Then there’s the debate about how the show depicts autistic characters. Reactions from the autistic community have been divided, with some applauding the show for its depiction and others claiming it misrepresents what it’s like to be on the spectrum. To further emphasize Woo Young-singularity, woo’s she further elaborated in an interview with ET News (via Soompi), saying, “I determined that it was my moral responsibility to omit references as much as possible and not utilize real autistic individuals as a tool.”
My goal was to highlight the unique qualities that make Woo Young Woo who she is; she is not meant to be a spokesperson for autistic people. While that’s happening, three episodes of Extraordinary Attorney Woo will be chosen to serve as the basis for a musical adaptation of Woo’s story (according to a press release from EMK Musical Company). In this way, developing this project further is much more exciting.