East NotaryLawExtraordinary Attorney Woo – Why Attorney Woo Breaks Up With Joon Ho
East NotaryLawExtraordinary Attorney Woo – Why Attorney Woo Breaks Up With Joon Ho

Extraordinary Attorney Woo – Why Attorney Woo Breaks Up With Joon Ho

Extraordinary Attorney Woo is an engaging show about an exceptional law firm embodied by quirky character. The program covers various legal cases with intricate legal issues and ethical considerations.

The series also depicts some of the common symptoms associated with autism, such as echolalia, noise and touch sensitivities and obsession with whales. Some viewers have criticized this representation of autism for stereotyping or inaccurately depicting it.

1. They don’t know each other well

She may seem harmless at first glance; however, she is an incredible legal warrior with strong principles who does not let anything stop her in pursuit of justice for those she represents. Her moral code gives others cause to trust her without hesitation.

Young Woo demonstrates this point most clearly when she defends a mentally handicapped man accused of sexually abusing a girl with autism. All parties involved may assume she will share similar sentiments or emotional bonds with this client; but Young Woo doesn’t deal in feelings; rather she understands each client’s strengths and weaknesses in order to effectively communicate with them.

Her commitment to upholding her morals makes her a fiercely independent lawyer, yet at times it becomes detrimental to her personal relationships. Over time she comes to realize that by not reciprocating his love as well she may be making him lonely; eventually deciding to part ways.

2. They’re not compatible

Attorney Woo is captivating in many ways, including her unassuming yet compassionate demeanor when working on cases for clients. Even when uncertain of an outcome of a case she still strives hard to ensure justice is served.

She is deeply committed to her work and deeply interested in marine life, but can be quite stubborn when it comes to arguing her case. Joon Ho finds this frustrating and wants her to relax a little – telling her it would make him lonely otherwise; yet, she refuses to change her ways and thus results in their breakup.

3. They don’t see eye to eye

Relationally, she finds it challenging to understand Joon Ho. His interruptions during conversations and her constant nitpicking irritate him while his understanding of her logic doesn’t match up.

Young Woo’s most prominent case involved her former neighbors from childhood who were accused of killing their husbands. Being autistic herself, Young Woo argued that their mental impairment prevented them from communicating their message properly during trial proceedings.

Min Woo insisted that his colleagues were lying, even to the extent of asking senior attorney Jung Myung-seok whether she would face any disciplinary actions for their actions. This was just one instance in which they didn’t agree with one another.

4. They don’t have the same goals

Some cases in this drama involve delicate legal considerations and tricky ethical dilemmas. For example, Young Woo is revealed as Tae Soo Mi’s illegitimate daughter from Hanbada’s rival law firm CEO Tae Soo Mi.

During this case, she went out of her way to defend the defendant, even if that meant hurting her personal feelings in doing so. This move infuriated Attorney Jang, as it seemed as though she was making things more personal than necessary.

At times, she can be bothersome during conversations by interrupting and picking apart minor details of his case – such as round statistics or mispronunciations of names – but ultimately understands and respects her motivations, work ethic and efforts; all he wishes she’d stop trying to make him jealous.

5. They don’t share the same values

Park Eun-bin’s performance as Attorney Woo, an autistic woman who is highly intelligent and savant-like, accurately represents autism’s traits in her behavior. To create this character’s portrayal on TV. Screenwriters collaborated closely with special educators in developing this script.

However, some viewers have voiced complaints against the show for its portrayal of autism which reinforces stereotypes and ableism. Moss points out that it doesn’t address how autistic people often have difficulty advocating for themselves and rely heavily on other’s kindness rather than forging their own path in life.

Although some have made valid criticisms about this film, I found it to be an engaging drama with a unique perspective on life and autism. If this topic interests you then definitely make time to watch.