ENA’s New Drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” Continues To Gain Ratings With Its Latest Episode. On July 14th, The New Series Starring Park Eun Bin And Kang Tae Oh Continued Its Perfect Streak By Seeing A Huge Increase
ENA’s new drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” continues to gain ratings with its newest episode. On July 14, the new series starring Park Eun Bin and Kang Tae Oh continued its perfect streak by seeing the viewership increase in each episode.
“Extraordinary Attorney Woo” itself tells about Woo Young Woo ( Park Eun Bin ) who is very smart and he also has an autism spectrum disorder. Woo Young Woo never forgets what he saw, but he lacks social skills and empathy. Woo Young-Woo starts working as an intern lawyer at a large law firm. While working there, he faces prejudice and irrationality against him, but he solves cases with his own unique perspective and grows as a lawyer.
According to Nielsen Korea, the sixth episode of “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” scored an average nationwide rating of 9.569 percent, breaking its own record for the highest viewer rating ever achieved by any program in ENA history. Meanwhile, tvN’s “Eve” which is only one week away from airing has increased to an average national rating of 3.782 percent for its latest episode.
“Eve” is a new revenge romance drama about a 2 trillion won (approximately $1.7 billion) chaebol divorce lawsuit that shocked the entire nation. Unbeknownst to the public, the lawsuit was the result of a carefully calculated revenge scheme spanning 13 years. Seo Ye Ji plays Lee Ra El, an attractive dangerous woman at the center of a divorce lawsuit, while Park Byung Eun plays Kang Yoon Kyum, CEO of LY Group.
JTBC’s “Insider” also saw a small increase in viewership, scoring an average nationwide rating of 3.139 percent for the night. “Insider” is a suspense action drama about a judicial trainee whose life falls apart in the blink of an eye while going undercover to investigate a corrupt prosecutor. While in prison, he begins plotting revenge for his betrayal. Meanwhile, KBS 2TV’s “Jinxed at First” fell slightly to 2.6 percent.