In the fourth week of July, the most talked-about K-dramas and actors were revealed. Continue reading to learn more.
The rankings of the dramas and actresses who caused the most buzz during the fourth week of July have been made public and can be found on various lists. The information for these weekly rankings comes from a variety of sources, including online groups, social media posts, news articles, and more. The goal is to discover which drama and performer generated the most talk within a particular time period.
ENA’s “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” has maintained its position at the top of the list of the most buzzworthy K-dramas for the fifth week in a row, making this the show’s fifth straight week of doing so. In the meantime, ‘Big Mouth’ from MBC, ‘Today’s Webtoon’ from SBS, and ‘ADAMAS’ from tvN have all made their debuts on the list, coming in at numbers 2, 4, and 7, respectively.
The Following is a List of the Top 10 Most Buzzworthy Korean Dramas That Aired During the Fourth Week of July
1. ENA’s Extraordinary Attorney Woo
2. MBC’s Big Mouth
3. tvN’s Alchemy Of Souls
4. SBS’ Today’s Webtoon
5. KBS2’s Gold Mask
6. tvN’s ADAMAS
7. KBS2’s It’s Beautiful Now
8. KBS2’s Café Minamdang
9. KBS2’s Jinxed At First
10. KBS1’s Bravo My Life
Meanwhile, Kang Tae Oh, the hero of ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo,‘ remains the most talked-about actor in Korean dramas this week. His appearance in episode 9 of the ENA show landed him at number four on this week’s chart.
Lee Jong Suk and YoonA, who appear in the drama “Big Mouth,” also make their list debuts this week, debuting at positions 3 and 7, respectively. ‘Today’s Webtoon’ sensation Kim Sejeong made his acting debut this week at number eight.
For the Fourth Week of July, the Top 10 Most Talked-about K-drama Performers Are as Follows
1. Kang Tae Oh (Extraordinary Attorney Woo)
2. Park Eun Bin (Extraordinary Attorney Woo)
3. Lee Jong Suk (Big Mouth)
4. Koo Kyo Hwan (Extraordinary Attorney Woo)
5. Jung So Min (Alchemy of Souls)
6. Lee Jae Wook (Alchemy of Souls)
7. YoonA (Big Mouth)
8. Kim Sejeong (Today’s Webtoon)
9. Joo Jong Hyuk (Extraordinary Attorney Woo)
10. Jin Kyung (Extraordinary Attorney Woo)
Extraordinary Attorney Woo About
There are times when the key protagonists represent the wrong people, and they do not always win their cases in this courtroom thriller.
One of the most difficult of these specific situations is the one seen in episode 10. Detectives chase and apprehend a suspect on the train, which Young-woo observes. As a result of her insistence that the officers read the suspect’s Miranda rights and identify the charge for which he is being arrested, she humiliates them.
When the man was accused of “quasi-rape of a disabled person,” it was Young-time woo’s to be frightened. On her first day on the job at the Hanbada Law Firm where she works, she discovers that she may be on the wrong side of ethics.
The man maintains that his sexual contact with a mentally disabled woman was consenting. And he insists that they’re madly in love. The girl’s mother, as well as the prosecutors, vigorously deny that claim.
The man has a history of exploiting women with impairments, it is revealed. When the victim confides in Young-woo privately that she loves the man, their sexual contact was consensual, and she was compelled to say otherwise by her mother, she almost walks away from the case.
As a result, she doesn’t get the testimony she expected, and the reality of their relationship becomes even more murky.
Young-woo is particularly perplexed by this case because it so closely resembles her own personal situation. When Lee Jun-ho recently disclosed to her that he and she had feelings for each other, the two of them uncomfortably transitioned into the dating phase of their relationship.
The nature of Jun-feelings ho’s for Young-woo, who is autistic, remains a mystery, as does what a future relationship between the two of them would look like.
A partnership with neurotypical and neurodivergent partners can have different interpretations of words like “love” or “dating,” and Young-woo learns this the hard way through her own experience in her instance.
It was a week previously when Tae Su-mi (Jin Kyung), CEO of the Taesan Law Firm, faced up against Young-woo during the two-part Sodeok Neighbourhood trial.
The Hanbada Law Firm assisted the leaders of the Sodeok neighbourhood in their battle with the government to halt the construction of a freeway that would have cut through their neighbourhood.
Awed by the calm Su-mi and amazed by Young-exceptional woo’s qualities, Su-mi is equally awed by Young-woo. A job with the firm is even on the table!
Woo Gwang-ho (Jeon Bae-su), the father of Young-woo, ultimately reveals where she came from when he learns of this. Young-mother woo’s is Su-mi, even though she doesn’t know it yet.
Young-woo asks her mother if she recognizes her when she visits Su-mi, who assumes she’s there for the job offer.
Young-woo confesses their relationship in the most devastating scene of the show. Finally, Su-mi inquires as to whether or not Young-woo harbours any resentment for her. “It was lovely meeting you,” she said.
Kwon Min-woo (Joo Jong-hyuk), a fellow lawyer, has progressively evolved to become the show’s genuine villain. Because he doesn’t look like a monster, he’s even more successful because he’s so relatable.
When he finds out that Young-woo is connected to Hanbada’s CEO, Gwang-former ho’s law school classmate, and eventually to Su-mi, whose bid for justice minister in the South Korean government would be jeopardized if the news of her secret daughter ever got out, he grows more and more enraged at the attention she receives.
Among many other highlights of the show, Bang Gu-ppong, the self-proclaimed “Commander in Chief of the Children’s Liberation Army,” was featured in a funny episode. When Koo Kyo-hwan plays Gu-ppong in a guest role as a lovely creation who refuses to join the world of adults, the audience can’t help but laugh heartily.
“In children’s hearts” is how he responds to simple questions like his address, making “children laugh and adults upset” in the courtroom, where he has a “bizarre legal name” that “makes children laugh and adults angry”.
Extraordinary Attorney Woo has only three weeks left, and this reviewer is already lamenting saying farewell to summer’s most upbeat character.