The doctors (2016 TV series) Review

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Today, we will have The doctors (2016 TV series) review! Are you excited about our review? After that, let’s watch this wonderful drama!

I really liked The doctors (2016 TV series) or Doctor Crush review within the beginning of the story, then later, when there’s a time jump of thirteen years, and therefore the famous female lead Park Shin Hye‘s feisty main character became an adult doctor, the series began to become more routine. Its average grades on the streaming sites began to drop a lot because the series progressed, so I do know I wasn’t alone in my feelings about this drama. By the top, it absolutely was just another cliched medical drama, in my opinion.

Another medical drama running at the identical time, which was rather more revolutionary in its story, and which impacted me more emotionally, was called Beautiful Mind starring master actor Jang Hyuk, and that I recommend that medical drama the maximum amount more intense and interesting than Doctor Crush. I believe that Doctor Crush got higher ratings in Korea because that station had more cash budgeted for publicity, and also thanks to the actual fact that it absolutely was promoted because of the first drama within which Park Shin Hye would play a “bad girl”. (I still prefer when she plays good girls).

Maybe within the first three episodes that were true, she was a naughty teen girl with a gangster kind of personality, and sometimes she made me laugh in her scenes, but by the time the character became an adult doctor she mellowed and was less of a noteworthy personality to observe. I didn’t much care that her romantic interest was older than her by quite a few years, which he played her high school teacher, too. I read that it made lots of individuals uncomfortable that an instructor, during this case played by experienced actor Kim Rae Won (What Planet Are You From? and Love story in Harvard) who is approaching forty, obviously developed a crush on his teenage student, and it never really dissipated on behalf of me throughout the drama. The actor looked younger than his years but fans still know his true age. He must have discovered in a very gym and/or had cosmetic surgery, to form himself look more like thirty than forty, so he could star during this series with Park Shin Hye.

The Story: before becoming a doctor, Yoo Hye Jung (Park Shin Hye) was a rebellious teenager whose father deserted her. She was angry at the planet and he or she was always ready for a fight. Although she seems to create two friends fairly quickly at her new school, she butts heads with one in time, named Seo Woo (Lee Sung Kyung from Cheese within the Trap).

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Hye Jung meets Hong Ji Hong (Kim Rae Won), a lecturer at her new school, and also the two immediately become antagonistic with each other, although the teacher tried to indicate her patience. He also becomes a doctor and later Hye Jung is inspired to show her life around after witnessing Ji Hong’s medical expertise and dedication. together with her midterms approaching, she needs an instructor and Ji Hong becomes that person. They both start to appreciate they’re drawn to each other.

There are scandals that plague them. Hye Jung takes more blame than she should have for an abandoned building fire that occurred when she and her girlfriends were fighting. Ji Hong has got to accommodate a photograph scandal that would compromise both his careers. The death of the grandmother (veteran actress Kim Young Ae from Liar Game and therefore the Moon Embracing The Sun – in an exceedingly beautiful but too short performance), who had taken her in after her father abandoned her, finally makes Hye Jung start to mature and become a wiser person. The grandmother had been the sole person to indicate her true love and stability.

We then skip ahead thirteen years. Hye Jung may be a neurosurgeon starting her first day at Gookil Hospital, where she quickly runs into some familiar faces, friends from her old high school days who failed to have good memories of her, but who are now functioning at the hospital. Not most are pleased with her presence, including Seo Woo, who had had a crush on Ji Hong herself once they were beat school as girls. Now she is an intern at the hospital, promoted because both her grandfather and father have director positions there, and old jealous feelings start to come back go in her, especially when she sees Ji Hong and Hye Jung becoming closer. Meanwhile, Hospital Director Myung Hoon (veteran historian Um Hyo Sup, who has been in too many dramas to count) schemes to stay the hospital under his sole control, which causes disharmony among the staff. He also has plenty to cover about his past.

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Never having the ability to urge over her grandmother’s mysterious death, Hye Jung asks Ji Hong to assist her access her grandmother’s old medical files. a brand new patient arrives whom Hye Jung would rather not treat. When Soo Chul (cameo by up and coming actor Ji Soo) is badly injured, Hye Jung must decide if she’ll assist within the risky surgery. there’s also a guest appearance by Nam Goong Min (Remember, I need Romance 3) playing someone considering suicide. Hye Jung also includes a new neurosurgeon on visiting staff who is inquisitive about her romantically, named Jung Yoon Do (Yoon Kyun Sang, who played Deokman in Faith) which after all only serves to create Ji Hong a touch jealous.

Adamantly seeking revenge against the person she blames for her grandmother’s untimely death, Hye Jung takes new steps to unveil the reality behind her death. additionally, at the identical time, a loved one’s health scare puts Ji Hong in a very fragile state and he’s unable to assist Hye Jung considerably together with her plans of revenge, which is maybe all for the most effective anyway. Revenge nearly always backfires in Korean dramas.

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The drama continues for twenty episodes (it would are better if it had been move sixteen) and that we see Hye Jung and Ji Hong and their co-workers tackle various health challenges in their many patients. Honestly, I actually wasn’t all that curious about all the medical technology of the series, but I cared more about the non-public relationships between the hospital staff members and their families, and whether Hye Jung would ever halt her plans of private revenge and at last learn to completely become older.

I think Doctor Crush was a drama that was personality-driven, as against Beautiful Mind which was story-driven, and so that one was more interesting. I’d recommend you watch both of those dramas and form up your own mind which one is best.

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