Lawyer Choi Soo-yeon (played by Ha Yoon-kyung), who appears in ENA’s “Extraordinary Attorney Woo”, is gaining great popularity.
Choi Soo-yeon is a law school classmate and colleague at law firm Hanbada of Woo Young-woo (played by Park Eun-bin), who has autism spectrum disorder.
She has been showing a warm side of taking good care of Woo Young-woo from college days until now.
Woo Young-woo was also grateful to Choi Soo-yeon. In the July 13th broadcast, Woo Young-woo conveyed her feelings to Choi Soo-yeon, “You’re like the sunshine on a spring day. You’re a bright, warm, kind and friendly person.”
As Choi Soo-yeon is almost the first friend Woo Young-woo has opened her heart to after her best friend Dong Geu-ra-mi (played by Joo Hyun-young), attention is being paid to Choi Soo-yeon and Ha Yoon-kyung as well.
Ha Yoon-kyung made her debut with the movie “Socialphobia” in 2014 and accumulated filmography by appearing in various films such as “Time to Hunt” and “Park Hwa-young”. After that, she joined tvN’s popular series “Hospital Playlist” and played the role of a scene stealer.
She played the role of Yulje Hospital’s “smart girl” Heo Sun-bin in the drama, raising viewers’ immersion level to the highest level with her excellent acting skills. The short perm hairstyle, which reminded viewers of a cute poodle, was also one of the popularity factors.
Heo Sun-bin, who was a silver spoon, told her boyfriend Yong Seok-min (played by Moon Tae-yoo), “I have that money. Come only with your body.” This fluttering proposal became a hot topic.
Upon knowing Ha Yoon-kyung’s splendid career, netizens showed various reactions such as “I almost didn’t recognize her because her styling changed completely” and “I had no idea that Heo Sun-bin was lawyer Choi Soo-yeon.”
Meanwhile, “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” is a drama about the survival at a large law firm of a rookie lawyer with both a genius brain and autism spectrum disorder. This work has been breaking new records in viewership ratings for 6 consecutive episodes amid hot word of mouth.