The series Extraordinary Attorney Woo has broken audience records both in her native country and on Netflix. This series tells the story of overcoming a little girl named Woo within the autism spectrum who becomes an extraordinary lawyer.
The series is a magnificent combination of legal drama, social drama, comedy, and romance that leaves no one indifferent. Today we will tell you a little about the impact this series is having on the world. Extraordinary Attorney Woo is changing fate for many.
Woo’s success in South Korea has been indisputable. The series has transformed into a success both the small television station that transmitted it and its producer AStory. In addition, the “Woo” phenomenon has been such that it has boosted South Korea’s television industry and tourism to the places featured in the series.
But the most important thing has been the transformation of the awareness of South Korean citizens and around the world about the autism spectrum. In South Korea, there are strong taboos regarding disabilities and mental illness. Thanks to Woo, some of these taboos are becoming the topic of the moment.
On the other hand, the Netflix series has had the genius of bringing to light countless social issues that afflict South Korean society. That is why today we will talk about the legal aspects reflected in the series, the social aspects, and the impact it has and is having in your country and in the rest of the world.
Let’s first meet those who worked to make it possible to see Extraordinary Attorney Woo on the autism spectrum.
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Cast and production team of Extraordinary Attorney Woo.
The television series Extraordinary Attorney Woo was surrounded by a team composed of the best of South Korea.
The production company AStory comes from the experience of having produced Kingdom for Netflix, one of the most interesting series on the platform. This series mixes genres in a very skillful way and perhaps this is the key of the AStory production company. In Extraordinary Attorney Woo, genres as dissimilar as legal dramas, social dramas, comedy, suspense, and romance are mixed.
Perhaps this is the first key to the success of the series.
On the other hand, the producer and the script have been risky in presenting taboo topics and situations for South Korean society. Thanks to this, they have come to create an impact on society. This will surely be the second key to its success.
Last but not least, the choice of production, direction and acting team has been fundamental to its success. Betting talented South Korean actors to interpret a subject as sensitive as people with autism spectrum has been very important.
Next, we will tell you a little more about the characters of the series and the actors who play them.
Actors and actresses who bring Woo’s world to life.
The characters of the Netflix series Extraordinary Attorney Woo, and the actors who play them are:
- Woo Young-woo: She is a young lawyer recently graduated from the autism spectrum who gets her first job at a top-tier law firm. Played by Park Eun-bin, a veteran actress who has been acting since she was 7 years old. With only 30 years the actress already has 24 years of experience, 47 participations in television, 7 participations in cinema. She has also been a television presenter, stage actress, model and has participated in numerous music videos. Without a doubt a trajectory that shows why she was chosen for the role. In addition, she has a degree in psychology and media.
- Lee Jun-ho: A lawyer at the law firm where Woo works. He is in charge of evidence collection and research. A character who shows great kindness to people with problems and disabled. In the series he will become a great friend of Woo and perhaps a possible romance. Played by Kang Tae-oh an actor with an interesting career that has proven to win the affection of the public. Thanks to this character his popularity has multiplied by 4. He won two awards for his participation in “The Tale of Nokdu”
- Jung Myung-seok: He is a lawyer of great trajectory who will be responsible for guiding Woo’s first steps in the practice of the legal profession. A teacher who will learn a lot from Woo about prejudice and passion for the law. Played by Kang Ki-young, an actor with an extensive career, participating in 23 television series, 8 films and theater. He won 3 awards for his performance in Korean television series.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo is one of the favorite Netflix series of lawyers
One of the most interesting things this series has achieved is to bring legal dramas closer to the public. Legal dramas can become a genre for a very particular type of person.
Lawyer and financial advisor Gustavo Mirabal Castro said he loved the series because he could share his legal passion with his children and his wife, Maria Carolina Chapellin, through the series.
Even this legal drama has made Gustavo Mirabal’s children consider their father’s profession as an option in the future.
The series has helped humanize the profession of lawyers that is so reviled by society. Thanks to Extraordinary Attorney Woo, viewers can see the ethical and moral dilemmas that lawyers face quite closely.
“The series [Extraordinary Attorney Woo] shows in a candid way how lawyers help make our society a better place”
Gustavo Mirabal Castro
Woo demonstrates that although the law is tough and rigid, lawyers need to be creative to understand their clients’ problems and protect their interests.
A series of lawyers for the whole family
As we mentioned before, Extraordinary Attorney Woo is a series for the whole family. We can see how law and goodness can lead us to be better people and have a better society.
Thanks to the social impact that Woo has had, the situation of families with people on the autism spectrum will be improved, the life of dolphins and whales will be a reality and a small production company, and an unknown television channel will have the opportunity to emerge.
This is how small things that seem insignificant at first glance can have an incredible impact. Small acts that transform the lives of people and societies overnight.