Park Eun Bin Describes How “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” Changed Her Outlook

Legal drama Extraordinary Attorney Woo aired its finale on August 18, with a national rating of 17.5 percent. At its peak, the final episode hit 21.9 percent viewership rating, breaking its own highest record throughout its airtime. The breakout drama propelled Park Eun Bin, 29, and Kang Tae Oh, 28, to mainstream popularity.

Praised for her portrayal of the show’s protagonist Woo Young Woo, who is a brilliant lawyer with autism, Park Eun Bin expressed, “The drama ended on a successful note. I hope that it will leave good memories for everyone. I am thankful that everyone loved this series so much. Because of your love, I have also become more motivated. I want to express my heartfelt thanks.”

Kang Tae Oh, who portrayed male lead Lee Joon Ho, was also sentimental about the drama’s conclusion. He expressed, “When I was shooting this project, I only wanted to do a good job and film a good drama. Regardless of whether it’s for the project or myself, I am extremely grateful for all the love.  The staff’s hard work was not in vain. This is all thanks to the audience. I will continue to work hard on honing my acting skills to thank everyone for their love and support. I sincerely thank you all for the love of the drama and my character, Lee Joon Hoo.”

He added, “Just as Woo Young Woo and Lee Joon Hoo worked together to pass through a revolving door and grow, I have also passed a revolving door as an actor through this project. I hope that both the audience and I can remember Extraordinary Attorney Woo for making us laugh and stay by our side.”

Source: Korea Star Daily

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