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Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 1, episode 2 recap – “The Wedding Dress That Slipped”

June 30, 2022

This recap of Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 1, episode 2, “The Wedding Dress That Slipped,” contains spoilers.

In the second episode of Extraordinary Prosecutor Woo, a woman’s big day quickly escalates into a scandal, setting up another affair for Woo Young-woo after yesterday’s successful debut. Can she make it a twofer? Let’s see.

Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 1, episode 2 recap

So here’s what happened at the wedding: The bride tripped over her dress and ripped her back, exposing a tattoo. Her father, Kim Jeong-gu, decided it was the hotel’s fault and is suing them for 1 billion won in damages despite the locals offering a full refund and a free voucher. Needless to say, although Myeong-seok reports it anyway, this is going to be a tough case to close given that the hotel is not behaving unreasonably and may not have been at fault in the first place. .

An undercover mission at the Daehyeon Hotel is deemed necessary, and Kwon Min-woo and Choi Soo-yeon are put in charge of it while Young-woo talks with the bride, Kim Hwa-yeong. His tattoo is that of Guanyin, the Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion. She claims she ended up being exposed because the dress was loose and hotel staff mispinned it tighter. But a lot of things about marriage seem suspicious. Her dad has taken over the guest list, she’s already taken off her wedding ring, and there’s hardly any evidence the husband exists around. Young-woo, in typical fashion, questions her squarely about whether she’s in love or not.

There’s a vein of humor that runs through “The Wedding Dress That Slipped” involving Su-yeong’s dodgy stomach, which might be considered a bit childish to some. But the actual case is relatively dry. This is to involve a hotel staff accident and a botched cover-up, then a fine of significant damages thanks to the potential land and business issues that were related to the marriage.

But love always ends up winning, right? Hwa-young, it turns out, is actually in love with her friend, and when she finally speaks for herself, the whole lawsuit is thrown out and she happily leaves – her father less, naturally, but the heart wills. whatever the heart wants, which I guess is a fitting conclusion for an episode of a show like this.

You can stream Extraordinary Attorney Woo season 1, episode 2, “The Wedding Dress That Slipped,” exclusively on Netflix.

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