While Park Eun Bin, Kang Ki Young, and other cast and staff members of “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” will be departing for a Bali vacation, Kang Tae Oh is unfortunately absent.
According to an article from OSEN, published on August 3rd, director Yoo In Sik of the K-drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo”, as well as leading actors Park Eun Bin, Kang Ki Young, Joo Jong Hyuk, and Ha Yoon Kyung, will go on a vacation in Bali, Indonesia, starting August 8th. The vacation is scheduled to last for a total of 4 nights and 6 days.
This is a little different from a “reward vacation”, which normally consists of all the staff and actors. Insteader, it feels closer to a personal trip with the director and cast members who fit the schedule.
In addition, Kang Tae Oh, the indispensable male lead of “Extraordinary Attorney Woo”, was unable to attend, as he has plans to enlist in the military in the second half of 2022.
Previously, the production team of “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” said: “In order to repay the hard work of the production crew and actors at Studio Genie, we prepared ‘Golden Whale’ as a reward to the staff and actors, including the writer, director, and actors. Unfortunately, in the case of the reward vacation, it is unfortunately difficult for all staff to move.”
On the other hand, the 10th episode of “Extraordinary Attorney Woo”, which broadcasted on July 28th, showed the female lead Woo Young Woo (Park Eun Bin) being worried about falling in love as a person with disability. Meanwhile, male lead Lee Jun Ho (Kang Tae Oh) defended his feelings for Woo Young Woo by overcoming the prejudice that it was compassion rather than love. The kiss between the couple, who confirmed each other’s feelings, also provided a heart-warming feeling and excitement. As a result, episode 10’s rating rose to 15.2% nationwide, 17.2% in the metropolitan area, and 19.2% in Bundang (Nielsen Korea, paid household standards), maintaining the series’ high popularity.