Episode 5 of Extraordinary Attorney Woo is hours away. After four heartwarming first episodes, the fandom of Park Eunbin’s latest k-drama has grown rapidly. Ahead of release, take a look at Extraordinary Attorney Woo Episode 5 release time and preview here.
Starring favorite K-dramaland actress Park Eunbin and Kang Tae Oh, Netflix’s midweek therapeutic K-drama Extraordinary Attorney Woo topped Good Data’s list of hottest dramas, with the actress in the front row as well.
With only four episodes released, the drama earned an impressive 9.6 on IMDb and 8.9 on My Drama List.
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Avocado Woo’s Extraordinary Release Time on Netflix
Extraordinary Prosecutor Woo Episode 5 will air on July 13 at 9 p.m. KST / 8 a.m. ET / 5 a.m. PT on South Korea’s ENA network. Later, the episode will air on Netflix at 9:30 a.m. ET / 10:30 p.m. KST. Take a look at Netflix’s international release time below.
- Pacific Time: 6:30 a.m. PT on July 13
- Central time: 8:30 a.m. PT on July 13
- Eastern Time: 9:30 a.m. ET, July 13
- UK time: 2.30pm BST, July 13
- European Time: 3:30 p.m. CEST, July 13
- Indian time: 7:00 p.m. IST, July 13
- Philippine Time: 9:30 p.m. Philippines, July 13
- Japan time: 22:30 JST, July 13
- Australian time: 11 p.m. ACST, July 13
- Singapore time: 9:30 p.m., July 13
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Extraordinary Attorney Woo ep 5 preview
After temporarily resigning from the Hanbada law firm, lawyer Woo is back to dispel doubts about whether she belongs there or not.
According to the latest preview for Episode 5, Lawyer Woo will continue his site visits with Lee Jun Ho and playfully ask on a player if Jun Ho likes the former. The latter lacks words to this sudden question giving fans hope that he might confess his feelings towards lawyer woo in episode 5.
Take a look at the preview below.
What the Cast Says
Park Eun Bin has received accolades for his other iconic role as prosecutor Woo who has autism. Speaking of the role, the actress shared in a recent interview with Allure, “I was a little scared if I could pull it off without hurting or offending anyone.” She continued, “This is my first genius-type character, and Young Woo is also on the autism spectrum. I think I thought about what is considered normal when taking on this role. What is it to be weird, what is it to be abnormal, and are normal people really normal?”
She went on to reveal, “I saw about six episodes of the edited ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo’ version. It is an art. The director even said that even though it’s a drama that we shot together and he did, it’s still fun no matter how many times he watches it. Even the editor compared it to “the vaccine of the time”.
Watch Extraordinary Attorney Woo on Netflix here.
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