DOCTORS -- EPISODE 7
Introducing the reverse wrist grab
Hye Jung reflects on her past and why she does not want to fall in love. Seo Woo finds out the guy she has a thing for, Yoon Do, likes Hye Jung. Ji Hong is assigned to cure Olympic athlete Lee Soo Jung in attempt to raise prestige in the neurosurgery dept. Yoon Do treats Hye Jung's stepmom. Our heroine rebuffs her family's attempts to reconnect, but the world she built for herself shatters when she sees her first love -- bad boy Soo Chul -- seemingly die in a motorcycle accident...
I like Chief Tae Ho but I'm worried about what's going to happen. The other unscrupulous, greedy directors seem only concerned with more money and are going to be unimpressed with the prestige of treating an Olympic athlete. I have few doubts about the abilities of Ji Hong. I'm worried that there will be a coup that forces Tae Ho out.
Well, I just couldn't wait to take a shower so I jumped right in, clothes and all.
Now Seo Woo has more of a reason to hate Hye Jung, which is just delicious. I wasn't sure she'd actually be a romantic rival this time around. I knew they'd be at each other's throats, but I wasn't sure how. Just makes me wonder what exactly she is going to do about it. We already know from the past that she plays dirty pool. I hope they come with some original revenge plots!
Hye Jung doesn't want to fall in love because her mother was abused and lived only to please her hubby. It gives her an interesting barrier to being with Ji Hong, and I wonder if she can overcome that. I'm fairly sure she can. After everything, it would be kind of a let down if two star-crossed lovers can't be together. And I can't see any reason for them not to be.
This is a coffee cup and we hold it like so
Triangle alert! Wish we could have some official signal, like alarm klaxons and horns. So now, just like the drama 'Angel Eyes,' the heroine has two established, attractive doctors vying for her attention, and one of them is a prominent figure from her past. Naw, we haven't seen that before. At least the heroine is entirely different. What I think would be funny is to have several triangles going on at once.
Poking fun aside, I still really like this. I haven't seen tension like this in every episode of a drama for a while. One thing I really like about it is the patients. Often, medical dramas will simply have the patient of the week, and they deal with them and move on to the next one. They've done a really good job with characterization here. These characters march into our hearts and don't easily leave.
Alcohol -- Because no good story starts with someone eating a salad
I don't know about you, but I'm hooked. Are you guys? Drop me a line below!