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Language: English
Category: TV Series / Action / Drama / Romance
Original Title: Dakteo Yibangin
Video type: TV Series
As a child, Park Hoon (Lee Jong-suk) and his father were kidnapped by North Korea. In North Korea, Park Hoon was trained to become a doctor by his father who was already a famous doctor. Park Hoon became a genius thoracic surgeon. He deeply fell in love with Jae Hee (Jin Se-yeon) in his high school. Park Hoon's father then died and he tried to flee to South Korea with Jae Hee, but lost in contact with her and at the end, he fled to South Korea alone, while looking for Jae Hee. In South Korea, Park Hoon begins to work as doctor in a top hospital Myungwoo University Hospital. Meanwhile, he found a girl that looks exactly like Jae Hee, Doctor Han Seung Hee, who claimed to not know Park Hoon. Then it appears that she's involved in a secret mission with a man who hates Park Hoon back in North Korea.
Series cast summary:
Jong-Suk Lee Jong-Suk Lee - Park Hoon 20 episodes, 2014
Se-Yeon Jin Se-Yeon Jin - Han Seung-Hee / - 20 episodes, 2014
Ho-jin Chun Ho-jin Chun - Prime Minister Jang Seok-joo 20 episodes, 2014
In-gi Jeong In-gi Jeong - Kim Tae-Sool 20 episodes, 2014
Hae-Joon Park Hae-Joon Park - Cha Jin-Soo 20 episodes, 2014
Hae-Jin Park Hae-Jin Park - Han Jae-Joon 19 episodes, 2014
So-ra Kang So-ra Kang - Oh Soo-Hyun 19 episodes, 2014
Bora Bora - Lee Chang-yi 19 episodes, 2014
Jung-woo Choi Jung-woo Choi - Moon Hyung-wook 19 episodes, 2014
Su-Jeong Eom Su-Jeong Eom - Min Soo-Ji 19 episodes, 2014
Eun-seon Han Eun-seon Han - Eun Min-Se 19 episodes, 2014
Gook-hwan Jeon Gook-hwan Jeon - Oh Joon-gyu 19 episodes, 2014
Sang-ho Kim Sang-ho Kim - Yang Jeong-han 19 episodes, 2014
Yong-geon Kim Yong-geon Kim - President Hang Chan-Sung 19 episodes, 2014
Jae-won Lee Jae-won Lee - Kim Chi-Gyu 19 episodes, 2014

Reviews: [3]

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    Initially I started watching for Lee Jong Suk, who has proved as a very promising young actor. As the series progressed I noticed that the series has a very good plot overall. It has all genres, suspense, romance, action and you could easily characterize it as a 'medical drama'.

    Lee Jong Suk has the main role, and he plays a prodigy doctor who was brought to North Korea when a politically strong individual tricked his father into going to North Korea to cure a politician during the war.

    During the time he and his father where held captives and where used for their medical knowledge and expertise, Lee Jong Suk's character gained excellent medical abilities which he later on uses.

    Destiny then starts to unfold.

    I TOTALLY recommend this drama to anyone who likes what I've described.
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    This drama is incredible. It was full of suspense and the storyline was strong enough to captivate me to watch entirely. However, I did find some of the characters very dull. Overall, it was a very unpredictable drama.
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    This started off with dialogue so bad, i thought it would end up as the drama i gave the lowest rating so far to. Episode 2, didn't raise my hopes too much. There is a silly chase around a pillar, which I don;t think was meant to be funny. But as the show got on, it got better. It seemed to be a show that wanted to tick as many korean type dramas as possible from extreme violence to more light hearted fare, and in between. It was only as the show went, and no longer seemed to be going for extremes that it found it's footing, or perhaps I just got used to it. Acting wise. I thought Kang So-Ra was terrific, followed by Cheon Ho-Jin, who made a great villain. In I suppose what was the nominal female role, Jin Se-Yeon was fine. But she's probably not as good an actress as Kang So-Ra. In the lead role, Lee Jong-Suk, came across as being one of the better pretty boy actors out there. Although I really had to use my imagination to think of him as a doctor, especially when he had that HAIR. What I was a bit confused by, was who was the main female lead. Was it Kang So-Ra, or Jin Se-Yeon. to me it was Kang So-Ra, and the playful scenes between her and Lee Jong-Suk were some of the best in the series. Park Hae-Jin's performance came across as being rather one note, but maybe that was the character he played. Choi Jung-Woo could have done with toning down his performance at times. The acting from the rest of the cast ranged from adequate to good, and better.