“Her way of eating kimbap is different” “Woo Young-woo” Park Eun-bin’s surprising acting details

An interesting analysis came out as ENA “Extraordinary Attorney Woo Young-woo” is gaining popularity enough to be called a syndrome. 

On July 18th, the YouTube channel “Drama Gallery” introduced an inference about actress Park Eun-bin‘s acting details. 

Woo Young-woo (Park Eun-bin), a lawyer in the drama, has been filling her hunger with kimbap (seaweed rice roll) ever since she was a student. 

For her, as someone who suffers from autism spectrum disorder, kimbap is a stable food that allows her to see all of the ingredients at a glance. She usually eats kimbap only because it tastes predictable. 

What’s unique is that Woo Young-woo’s behavior changes depending on where she buys the kimbap. Woo Young-woo eats vertically cut gimbap at “Woo Young-woo Gimbap” run by her father. 

However, when she eats kimbap at another place, she needs to arrange the rolls one by one so that she can see the ingredients inside. It is only after checking the contents herself that she put them in her mouth horizontally. 

It is known that Park Eun-bin proposed such details to the director herself as she wants to portray an interpretation that shows her deep trust in her father. 

Meanwhile, “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” depicts the survival at a large law firm of Woo Young-woo, a new lawyer with both a genius brain and autism spectrum. The show airs very Wednesday and Thursday at 9 p.m.

Source: dispatch

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