Now Streaming: Netflix’s ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo’, a Legal K-Drama Featuring an Autistic Lawyer

The new K-drama is a courtroom equivalent of the hit series 'The Good Doctor'.

Streaming giant Netflix has released the pilot episode for the new K-drama, Extraordinary Attorney Woo. A show revolving around an autistic lawyer, making it a court drama equivalent to the hit series The Good Doctor.

The series follows Woo Young-woo, a young autistic woman who just got into a respected law firm. Due to her peculiarities, she is quickly met with skepticism, with the people around her doubting if she could really work as a lawyer. But despite their prejudgments, Attorney Woo would exhibit brilliance in the courtroom as she defends her clients and upholds justice.

Created by Yoo In-sik of Vagabond and Moon Ji-won of Innocent Witness, this new K-drama stars Park Eun-bin, Kang Tae-oh, and Kang Ki-young. New episodes will be released weekly, every Wednesdays and Thursdays, with a total of 16 episodes for its first season.

If you enjoy courtroom dramas or heartfelt shows that feature characters on the autism spectrum, then ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo‘ is definitely worth checking out. Stream it now on Netflix.

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