Good morning, fellow WEBTOON readers, and welcome to this week’s installment of Saturday Morning Webtoons! This is where we shine a light on two WEBTOONs we are thoroughly enjoying. These stories have had us captivated chapter after chapter each week, and we couldn’t pass up sharing them with you! So grab your favorite snacks and an electronic device and settle into these sensational stories.

DISCLAIMER: The following posts have possible spoilers for Extraordinary Attorney Woo and Re: Trailer Trash.

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Extraordinary Attorney Woo

Woo making sure her roll is straight in Extraordinary Attorney Woo.

Extraordinary Attorney Woo WEBTOON Series.

Sometimes, we just need some drama in our lives. Our first WEBTOON pick this week is Yuil, HwaUmJo and LeeYeJi’s adaptation of Moon Jiwon’s Extraordinary Attorney Woo. The series follows Woo Young-woo, a rookie attorney on the autism spectrum. She’s got an encyclopedic memory and uses that and her creative thought process to solve even the toughest of cases. Woo is doing great in her rookie role, but can she continue to succeed in a place where she is faced with discrimination and stigma?

We love cozying up with our drama WEBTOON series every week, and Extraordinary Attorney Woo is a must-read on that list. Woo is an incredible character to follow as she conquers everything in her way. We also love the diversity within the series and how it doesn’t focus on the negative stereotypes usually seen in media. We highly suggest checking out this series if you enjoy legal shows. It is also an excellent series for those looking to dive into the WEBTOON scene. We promise you won’t regret it.

Extraordinary Attorney Woo updates every Friday and can be read here!

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Re: Trailer Trash

Tabitha asking the nurse if it is safe to go into the MRI in Re: Trailer Trash WEBTOON.

Re: Trailer Trash WEBTOON Original Series.

Our second series this week is Yishan Li, Alyssa Villaire, ManHe Studio and WmW‘s adaptation of FortySixtyFour‘s Re: Trailer Trash. Tabitha Moore has lived a pretty crappy life filled with regret. She’s even been dubbed “trailer trash.” But in a freak MRI accident, her mind is sent back in time, landing her in her 1998 body. Armed with the knowledge of what is to come, Tabitha has a chance at a redo. But is it really that easy? Or will she fall back into the mistakes of her past?

Who hasn’t ever had a moment where they thought about redoing things in their lives? Re: Trailer Trash handles this concept in a way that feels real. Just because Tabitha has a chance to relive her life from 16 years old doesn’t mean that she isn’t going to change everything. Of course, we want to do things the “right way,” but sometimes, we can’t change who we are. While filled with drama, this series will have you asking yourself what you would do in Tabitha’s shoes.

Re: Trailer Trash updates every Wednesday and can be read here!

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