ENA’s Extraordinary Attorney Woo finished its journey amid rave reviews.
Like how Woo Young Woo (Park Eun Bin) said, “Though my life is unusual and peculiar, it’s valuable and beautiful,” the drama ended by announcing the new beginning of the “extraordinary” attorney rather than the end.
In the final episode, Woo Young Woo and Hanbada competed with Taesan in the largest class-action lawsuit when users of the online shopping mall Raon sought damages for a personal data breach. Woo Young Woo found herself confused when she found out that the hacker that hacked into Raon’s system was Choi Sang Hyun (Choi Hyun Jin), Tae Soo Mi’s (Jin Kyung) son.
Not only did Choi Sang Hyun confess to all his crimes, but he also revealed that it was none other than Roan’s co-CEO Kim Chan Hong (Ryu Kyung Hwan) that asked him to do the deed. Struggling between “social justice” and “client’s interest,” Woo Young Woo came up with a brilliant idea that satisfies both. Having fulfilled her role and responsibility as a lawyer, she has grown one step further.
On the first day she went to work as a full-time attorney of Hanbada, a new emotion called “a sense of fulfillment” bloomed in Woo Young Woo’s world.
And of course, her romance with Lee Jun Ho (Kang Tae Oh) also saw a happy ending. Lee Jun Ho showed his sincerity to her, saying, “My feelings toward you are like the unrequited love toward a cat. Cats sometimes make their owners lonely, but they make them just as happy too.” Woo Young Woo responded to his touching confession, “The expression ‘the unrequited love toward a cat’ is inappropriate. Because cats love their owners too. So let’s not break up.”
Meanwhile, the final episode of Extraordinary Attorney Woo reached up to 17.5% viewer ratings, setting its all-time best record.