Extraordinary Attorney Woo Episode 8 Recap, Tap To Know More

Su-Yeon displays the bulletin board’s news after the meeting. Having lost, Young-Woo mentions how nepotism has benefited her. Su-Yeon stands up for her, opposing Young-position Woo’s argument that, given her autism, not hiring her in the first place constitutes discrimination. Su-Yeon encourages her to fight back against Min-Woo and shows that she does belong there.

Su-Yeon displays the bulletin board’s news after the meeting. Having lost, Young-Woo mentions how nepotism has benefited her. Su-Yeon stands up for her, opposing Young-Woo’s position argument that, given her autism, not hiring her in the first place constitutes discrimination. Su-Yeon motivates her to retaliate against Min-Woo and demonstrates that she truly belongs there.


The Hanbada Law Firm and Tae Su- Mi’s group arrive at Sodeok-Dong in anticipation of the judges, who promised to appear and tour the town in the previous episode. Both law firms accompany the judges as they are led through the city on this miserable day. However, heung-Min and a few other locals have agreed to the road because Tae Su-Mi has increased the compensation he initially promised to them.

This is obvious to Myeong-Seok, who thinks it’s all a ruse to poll the populace. Unfortunately, 343 of the town’s 488 households have approved this new compensation amount, which has turned the tide in the prosecution’s favour.
The issue is that the precise sum hasn’t been established, and Myeong-Seok fears this is just a big ruse to cheat them and split the community. Unfortunately, it can potentially result in the entire case’s dismissal and appears to work.

Hanbada divides the town into red and blue zones to determine where they fit into all of this. People wearing blue are more likely to support law firms. Those who plan to leave after receiving compensation are highlighted in red.

It’s a precarious situation, though, and several residents have already given in to the temptation of getting more money and leaving. And that number appears to be increasing as Taesan puts in extra effort to start giving out forms to convince them to leave.
Amid this chaotic door-to-door rush, Tae Su-Mi and Young-Woo initiate a conversation. She gives her bag to the other person and mentions the wedding dress case she handled. Su-Mi commends her and even suggests a different path for her to take in the legal system.

Tae Su-Mi allows her to leave Hanbada and join her to work. Su-Mi gives Young-Woo her business card and informs him that Taesan will be a better match for her.

After observing from a distance, Min-Woo approaches Young-Woo and accuses her of being shameless while acknowledging that whatever he had written might be true, regardless of who wrote it.
Young-Woo is motivated by this and decides to leave her father. She packs her belongings, goes that evening, and decides to stay with Ge-Ra-Mi. Unfortunately, her father outright declares that Tae Su-Mi is her mother, preventing her from visiting Taesan. Young-Woo is distracted, loses her balance, and falls down the stairs.

While Young-Woo is recuperating in the hospital, Woo Gwang-Ho elaborates, describing how he met Tae-Su at the university and how she was born before they were ready. Su-Mi wanted to abandon her, but Gwang-Ho begged her to reconsider.

Gwang-Ho even went so far as to beg for her permission on his knees, offering to raise the child himself and forego taking the bar exam.
Since then, he has raised Young-Woo himself, but he now understands that he should have put more effort into protecting Young-Woo after making an empty promise to Tae Su-Mi.
However, as they converse, Young-Woo experiences a “light bulb” moment and realises that the hackberry tree might be their most significant asset in the road development case.

“Dad, hurry up and go,” Young-Woo calls Jun-Ho angrily and mentions how odd it was that the hackberry tree couldn’t be designated as a natural landmark. However, Young-Woo rings at 3.10 am. She must therefore wait until morning, as is only natural.

We learn more specifics about the tree due to their further investigation. Gyeonghae-Do must be consulted before the hackberry tree in Sodeok-Dong can be declared a natural monument.
A report is written asking the Cultural Heritage to designate it if the committee determines it is worthy of designation. Yu-Jin, the violinist in the community, works in an office. When you question him, things get a little awkward because he will look for the documents that show when the experts arrive to examine the tree.

When Jun-Ho speaks to Young-Woo while he is away, she admits she likes him. Yu-escape only stops them. Jin’s Naturally, a lengthy foot chase that ends with Yu-Jin being stopped and knocked down follows. Yu-Jin never formally submitted the report for the tree or contacted the Cultural Heritage Committee as the basis for his candidacy.

He decided to fake the whole thing at the time because he believed the subway would benefit the community. Taesan defeats the committee in court. However, they lose the war.

Myeong-Seok suggests that the proceedings be put on hold and terminated. This is related to the judge’s umbrella, which features an Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin instead of a dolphin. This is identical to Yu-jin.