Kang Tae Oh Talks About His Role As Lee Jun-Ho In ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo’

Actor Kang Tae-oh talked about his character Lee Jun-ho in the ENA Wednesday and Thursday drama ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo‘, “At first I thought no, but Jun-ho is Fox.”

On MBC Radio FM4U’s “Noon’s Hope Song,” which was broadcast live on the 29th, Kang Tae-oh made an appearance and stated, “(viewers) said “Lee Jun-ho is Fox,” so I didn’t think so, but after watching it yesterday, I thought it was too much (laughs). A Fox is Junho. He played a prank on Young-woo,” Lee Jun-persona ho’s is described in this way.

The survival story of Woo Young-Woo (Park Eun-Bin), a rookie attorney with both a brilliant mind and autistic spectrum disorder, is told in “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” (written by Moon Ji-Won, directed by Yoo In-Sik). Every Wednesday and Thursday at 9:00 PM, ENA and Netflix broadcast it. Lee Jun-ho, a member of the Hanbada litigation team of a law firm, is played by Kang Tae-oh.

On the show, Kang Tae-oh remembered the incident where Jun-ho took Young-woo’s eyelashes off from her cheeks, and he remarked, “As I was filming, I was embarrassed since the eyelashes looked bad. I had to remove it with my fingernails because I needed to set the time. He recalled and laughed hesitantly, “I was embarrassed since (Park Eun- bin’s) makeup was taken off while filming.

‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo’ was not well known at the beginning of the broadcast, but after it aired, it gradually gained word-of-mouth and recorded an audience rating of 15.2% (provided by Nielsen Korea). In response, Kang Tae-oh said, “I didn’t feel popular, but I got a lot of calls from acquaintances and friends.

The kissing scene with Park Eun-bin was also mentioned, grabbing listeners’ interest. Kang Tae-oh said, “It was filmed in the hallway of the apartment late at night, so I did it quietly and carefully. Since it was a kissing scene, I was very nervous, and I think it came well because Eunbin noona led the romance atmosphere well.”

Regarding his ‘best love’ scene, he said, “I like the scene where Lee Jun-ho asks Woo Young-woo on a date for the first time. I thought that was a scene in which I confessed my heart indirectly.” “I focus on how much I sympathize when I see a certain work, but when I confessed to someone or asked for a date, I felt my heart pounding. I think the steering wheel must have been slippery with sweat, but when I put it into that feeling (I felt it before), I could feel Junho’s feelings.”

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  1. We have loved EXTRAORDINARY ATTORNEY WOO, rationed watching the episodes. Favorite was the absence of foul language. Gosh and oh my goodness! We loved that after all the stupid f-bombs in western film..


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