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Extraordinary Attorney Woo (2022)

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A brilliant and unique autistic rookie attorney and her struggles in the courtroom, office and life.

Korean Title:

이상한 변호사 우영우




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Extraordinary Attorney Woo is a bit different from many Korean dramas. The main character being autistic portrays a different perspective to life and romance. However, it is still a fairly light drama. It includes plenty of humor, fun side characters, and a great story. It is also very high quality in terms of production values.

One thing I particularly liked was how it captured Woo Young-woo’s sense of fulfilment so well near the end of the last episode. It was such a powerful demonstration of feeling fulfilled, yet was so simple.

It also features my favorite actor, Kang Ki-young, who often plays quirky side characters.

Extraordinary Attorney Woo was one of the highest rating Korean dramas, both in Korea and internationally. It was the highest rating show ever for the distribution company (ENA) and was the third most popular show worldwide on Netflix for a bit.

However, I have to rate this one star less than it would otherwise get because they are making a second season. The story line was mostly wrapped up by the end of the first season, but there was enough left open to continue it.

For us, it sort of ruins the whole point of watching Korean dramas, which usually package the whole story in one season and we prefer this way.

Food Featured in “Extraordinary Attorney Woo”

Gimbap / Kimbap, 김밥 (Korean Seaweed Rice Rolls)

Episodes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16

Bungeoppang, 붕어빵 (Korean Fish Pastry)

Episodes 1, 2, 12

Gesal Juk,  게살죽   (Crab Meat Porridge)

Episode 2

Gim-Chobap, 김초밥 (Seaweed Sushi)

Episodes 2, 15

Sikhye / Shikye, 식혜 (Sweet Rice Drink)

Episode 7

Sagak Kimbap, 사각 김밥  / 접어먹는 김밥 (Folded Kimbap)

Episode 8

Jajangmyeon, 자장면 (Black Bean Sauce Noodles)

Episode 9

Tangsuyuk, 탕수육 (Korean Sweet and Sour Pork)

Episode 9

Chimaek 치맥 – (Korean Fried Chicken) 후라이드 치킨 + (Beer) 맥주

Episode 10

Bibimbap, 비빔밥 (Korean Mixed Rice)

Episode 12

Jeonbok-Juk, 전복죽 (Abalone Porridge)

Episodes 13, 16

Galbi Jjim, 갈비찜 (Korean Braised Short Ribs)

Episode 13

Hoe, 회 (Raw Fish)

Episode 13

Bossam, 보쌈 (Boiled Pork)

Episode 13

Bibim Guksu, 비빔국수 (Korean Cold Noodle Salad)

Episode 14

Gogi Guksu, 고기국수 (Noodles with Boiled Pork)

Episode 14

Eomuk-Guk, 어묵국 (Fish Cake Soup)

Episode 15

Musaengchae, 무생채 (Spicy Radish Salad)

Episode 16

Sausage Bokkeum, 소세지 볶음 (Sausage Stir Fry)

Episode 16

Mechurial Jorim, 메추리알 조림 (Braised Quail Eggs)

Episode 16

Gyeran-Guk, 계란국 (Egg Drop Soup)

Episode 16

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Hi, I'm Michael, Sue's husband. I put together the Korean drama food pages to help you find the Korean food featured in Korean dramas. Needless to say, I love Korean food and also Korean dramas (only the lighter ones).


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