Actor Kang Tae-oh expressed his thoughts on the end of ENA’s “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” (hereinafter referred to as “Woo Young-woo”).
Kang Tae-oh played the role of Lee Joon-ho in “Woo Young-woo.” He showed off his romantic chemistry by interacting without any prejudice with Park Eun-bin (playing Woo Young-woo). With his soft charm, he raised viewers’ excitement and immersion in the story.
Kang Tae-oh is receiving many favorable reviews for his extraordinary character skills and solid acting skills. He also created many famous lines in each episode, such as “I’ll be your exclusive hug chair,” and “I’m sad.”
Kang Tae-oh said, “While filming ‘Woo Young-woo,’ I only had thoughts about how to approach the audience with a good drama. Thank you so much for your love, both for the drama and for me personally,” he said.
“It is all thanks to the viewers that the efforts many staff members had put in have not been wasted. I’m thinking about how to repay your love with a better acting performance,” he expressed his sincerity.
He pointed out that he has grown further as an actor through this project. “Just like Young-woo who passed the revolving door in step with Joon-ho in the drama, I think I have passed a new revolving door as an actor through ‘Woo Young-woo’.”
He also showed a special affection for this work, saying, “To me, I hope it will be remembered as a work that makes viewers laugh and always stays with us,” he concluded.
Meanwhile, “Woo Young-woo” depicts the survival at a large law firm of Woo Young-woo, a lawyer with a genius brain and autism spectrum. The show is gaining popularity with its heartwarming stories every episode. It has recorded a maximum audience rating of 15.9%.