Where Can I Watch Extraordinary Attorney Woo? The Hit Korean Drama

Extraordinary Attorney Woo

If you're hoping to watch the Korean drama Extraordinary Attorney Woo, I've got good news for you: Netflix is now streaming the show in a number of different countries!

The Legal drama is one of the popular shows on Korean TV. Extraordinary Attorney Woo is a drama about a woman named Woo Young-Woo who has autism spectrum disorder and works as a lawyer at a large law firm.

While working there, she faces both friendships and prejudices against her, but she solves cases with her unique perspective and grows as a lawyer.

In Korea the series aired on ENA from June 29 to August 18, 2022, every Wednesday and Thursday at 21:00 (KST) for 16 episodes. However, Netflix subscribers in the following countries can now watch season one:

Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. Plus 162 other regions.

Watch Extraordinary Attorney Woo For Free?

I would not advise anyone to use illegal streams, instead you can take advantage of Netflix's free trial offer.

Netflix offers all new subscribers a free month of service. And if you cancel before the end of the trial, you will not be charged.

So you can watch Extraordinary Attorney Woo for free this way.

Just remember to cancel before the end of the trial or you will be charged for the next month. Netflix's basic plan starts at $9.99 per month, the standard is $15.49, and the premium is $19.99.

What is Extraordinary Attorney Woo About?

The series follows the life of Woo Young-woo, a rookie lawyer with autism, and has quickly become one of the most popular Korean TV exports.

Although it hasn't reached the heights of Squid Game (at least not yet), this lovable legal drama has already amassed over 67 million viewing hours on the streaming platform.

On top of that, Extraordinary Attorney Woo is now the eighth most-watched non-English series of all time on Netflix.

So what exactly is the show about? The official Netflix synopsis reads:

“Woo Young-woo is an extremely smart lawyer with autism spectrum disorder. She never forgets what she sees, but she lacks 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 unique perspective and she grows as a lawyer.”

Woo Young-woo (Park Eun-bin) was raised by her single father and has only one friend at school, a strange but kind girl who protects her from bullying kids.

At the top of her law school class at Seoul National University, she graduates with honours. Although many firms refuse to hire her because of her condition, she eventually gets a job offer from a large Seoul firm through one of her father's connections.

Her ability to remember laws and almost everything she reads, sees, or hears enables her to become an ‘Extraordinary' Attorney.

If you're looking for a heartwarming legal drama with a strong female lead, then you'll want to check out Extraordinary Attorney Woo. You can stream the entire first season on Netflix now.

Critical Reception

The series currently has a 100% rating on the review site Rotten Tomatoes. On IMDB the show is rated 8.9/10 based on 8,000 reviewers. That's an impressive score.

NME called the show “a simple but heartwarming representation of autism” and gave it four stars.

More Korean Dramas?

It's no secret that Korean dramas have taken the world by storm in recent years. If you're looking for more great shows to watch, then check out some of our reviews of Korean series and movies:

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Inspector Koo

The series with the most similar vibe to Extraordinary Attorney Woo is Inspector Koo. Dubbed as Korea's answer to Killing EveInspector Koo hit our screens in 2021.

The series is a cat-and-mouse chase between a young female serial killer and an eccentric insurance investigator, who also happens to be a woman.

If you love crime shows mixed with a little bit of craziness, Inspector Koo is the show for you.

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