Extraordinary Attorney Woo

TV Show • 2022 • Drama  Report
Does a cat die?
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cassandrasaur
Abuse of whales, dolphins and other sea mammals at theme parks is discussed, not shown.
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(TW: animal abuse, hunting, juvenile animal death) The practice of killing baby whales as a tactic for capturing/killing adult whales is discussed, not shown.
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A colleague of Young-Woo’s, who feels threatened by her competence, sometimes gaslights her and uses her disability to manipulate her.
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EP. 1 - A husband harasses his wife & screams at her and neighbours about a perceived affair. Later she hits him back in anger. EP. 3 - A brother hits his older brother in anger after an attempted suicide attempt. EP. 6 - A husband beats his wife badly, shown on screen along with evidence of injuries . EP. 11 - A man yells at his wife and trashes things while intimidating her. He is later reported to have hit his wife and child (not shown on screen)
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cassandrasaur
Young-Woo is mistreated in flashbacks to her childhood but there’s no physical abuse by adults. In S1E6, a child is surrendered into foster care but not because of child abuse. In S1E9 deals with children who are forced by their parents into rigorous academic schedules that are so intense that they are working 12 hours a day and not able to eat or sleep properly, let alone play or have any free time to just be kids. S1E11 a father hitting his children is discussed, not shown.
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cassandrasaur
High blood alchohol mentioned in a postmortem toxicology report in S1E3. A few other instances of characters getting drunk and obviously inebriated (slurred speech, less inhibitions, belligerence).
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cassandrasaur
S1E3 Suicide by hanging. In the same episode, someone else puts thier head in a noose for forensic purposes.
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smallluigi
Episode three, suicide attempt by hanging
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cassandrasaur
Yes. (minor spoilers) Young-Woo falls down some stairs in S1E8 at about 35 minutes. She is injured but it’s not as bad as it could have been, just some scrapes and bruising.
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Does a kid die?
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Benrybenry
The Korean equivalent
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cassandrasaur
In S1E9 the defendant is a man who commandeered a school bus full of children and took them to play in the woods all day. He does this in order to make a political statement and does not harm or abuse them.
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cassandrasaur
(Minor spoilers) Young-Woo’s mom is not dead. It’s a mystery in the beginning but later it is clarified that she is alive.
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cassandrasaur
Not cheating exactly but S1E2 (warning: spoilers for this episode) involves an arranged marriage of sorts and it is revealed that one of the betrothed is in a relationship with someone else. Also, S1E1 involves a man with dementia who constantly thinks his wife is cheating on him (she’s not). A man has an affair in S1E11.
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cassandrasaur
Comical ones. A character unexpectedly jumping out at someone and startling them. Not especially scary.
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BaggedMilk
No, but there is a scene in S1 E2 where a character has stomach troubles and rushes to the bathroom. She doesn't vomit, but it can be considered distressing for those with emetophobia.
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Benrybenry
There are stomach gurgling sounds in episode 2
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prettybeebalm
Episode 2 - Someone has stomach trouble and rushes to a bathroom. They require someone bring them a change of pants, implying that they soiled themselves but this isn’t shown.
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S1E3 deals with a minimally speaking autistic man who is found shaking and hitting his brother. (Spoilers for this episode) It is later revealed that this was not aggressive or meant to harm, he was trying to save his life.
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prettybeebalm
EP 3 - A brother demonstrates some PTSD symptoms after witnessing his older brother attempt suicide on multiple occasions.
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cassandrasaur
Young-Woo has AFRID, which is a common comorbidity for autistic folks… it’s not referred to by name but she mostly only eats kimbap and maki because of the predictable taste/texture, uniform appearance and all the ingredients are visible. She rarely eats anything else and is reluctant to do so. In S1E2, she notices a slight change in one of the ingredients in the kimbap at her dad’s restaurant and she doesn’t eat it. Also in S1E2, it is briefly mentioned that a traumatic event triggered another character’s eating disorder to return.
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cassandrasaur
Autistic meltdowns and sensory overload.
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cassandrasaur
Briefly alluded to in E2. Like, very briefly. When the attorneys are talking to the plaintiff’s psychiatrist.
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prettybeebalm
There is a lot of discrimination due to autism, as the main character (WYW) has it and faces opinions that she’s incapable of doing her job properly. She is sometimes manipulated and maliciously teased by a colleague. EP. 3 - A defendant with autism is incapable of defending himself in court and his parents initially don’t stand up for his best interests. Mention & footage in this episode of Nazis deciding autistic children did not deserve to live. EP. 4 - Flashbacks to serious bullying in WYW’s youth.
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prettybeebalm
EP 3 - Suicide ideation and desire for death are written in a diary, along with record of previous suicide attempts.
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prettybeebalm
EP. 3 Attempted suicides, and death as a result of an interrupted attempt. Diary mentions of previous self harm.
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smallluigi
When the MC is having sensory overload
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Does a baby cry?
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smallluigi
Sort of, when WYW is having sensory overload, the light's start to flicker and the camera starts to shake
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prettybeebalm
No, but in EP. 8 there is a flashback of a young woman who becomes pregnant accidentally. Her partner pleads with her to give birth to the baby, it’s implied that she is considering the alternative of terminating the pregnancy. In the end she does give birth but does not raise the child herself.
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prettybeebalm
No, but in EP. 12 a woman discusses going through IVF fertility treatments. She failed to get pregnant, and is forced to discuss this in court. She is obviously distressed talking about it.
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cassandrasaur
Ableist slurs and insults throughout. Some religious discrimination (anti-Buddhist sentiments) in S1E2. Explicit prejudice against North Korean defectors in S1E6. S1E12 involves highly misogynistic sentiments, policies and behaviors.
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cassandrasaur
A lot of ableist attitudes and insults against people with intellectual and/or developemental disabilities (like “stupid,” idiot” etc.) throughout the series, including the Korean equivalent of the r-slur. S1E3 especially focuses a lot on autistic discrimination and much of the episode could be upsetting. Also S1E10 deals with autonomy versus informed consent for the intellectually disabled and there are ableist sentiments/language throughout the episode.
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cassandrasaur
No slurs but (spoilers for E2) a guy passes out after it’s revealed that his daughter is in love with a woman.
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nini
Episode 3 - Hans Asperger, a Nazi collaborator is briefly discussed. The episode also showed short clips from the World War 2. It was only seconds.
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cassandrasaur
S1E2. A subtle but intentional one from the writers. Woo Young-Woo’s dad is talking to her about a wedding dress (for her to wear someday) and WYW, misunderstanding the conversation, asks him if he wants to wear a wedding dress like that.
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cassandrasaur
S1E3 some comments and camera emphasis on a person’s size for comedy.
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cassandrasaur
The first death is an older Korean man. Most (if not all) of the characters are Korean, there have been no black characters in the show thus far.
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cassandrasaur
I’m marking “yes” here because S1E10 deals heavily with an accusation of sexual assault. Obviously, the issue of sexual autonomy versus informed consent (in regards to adults with intellectual disabilities) is very fraught, so I’m just going to state the facts of the episode so folks can decide for themselves whether it will be upsetting for them: In S1E10, the defendant is an apparently neurotypical man who was in a romantic and sexual relationship with a 27 year old woman with unspecified intellectual disabilities. Nothing is shown and the event itself is not discussed in detail. (Warning: Spoilers for S1E10 ahead) The court finds that the young woman was “unable to consent” to sex with the defendant because of her disability. Whether this decision was the “correct” call is up to viewer interpretation. Also, it’s worth noting that victim exhibits self-injurious behaviors as a result of the event but it’s unclear if it’s the event itself or fear of her mother’s reaction which caused her stress. So yeah, it’s all super complicated and the episode is potentially triggering for a lot of different reasons.
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cassandrasaur
Some light nudity in the beginning of S1E2, female-presenting nipples are briefly visible. Later episodes have some kissing. Discussions about sex and sexual assault in S1E10 but nothing detailed.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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prettybeebalm
EP. 6 - There is a very brief interaction between a public defender lawyer and his homeless client. The lawyer is not compassionate.
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cassandrasaur
Series has not yet ended.
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prettybeebalm
EP. 11 a car speeds into traffic and is hit by a truck. EP. 12 - a car races to catch up to another car, lots of screeching tires from a sharp turn & lane changes
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jomama
yes in episode 11, a car is hit by a truck and the man inside dies.
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jomama
episode 11, a man drives aggressively towards a group (most likely intending to hit them) only for him to be hit by a truck instead.
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leip
In ep 3 theres some blood
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