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1st Place Winner - JangHaven's 2021 Most Anticipated Drama Korean Broadcast: tvN US Broadcast: Netflix Broadcast Schedule: 2021 About the Drama: Season 2 of Hospital Playlist continues the story of five surgeons who had become friends in medical school as their lives and careers intertwine. With episodic stories of the various patients who are treated by these surgeons as well as the hospital staff of doctors, residents, interns, nurses, and others, this drama presents a slice of life accounting of the lives of this group of friends who are dedicated to each other and their calling. In Season 1, the five friends were pulled together by Ahn Jung Won (pediatric surgeon) to all work at Yulje Medical Center, a teaching hospital, together as well as reforming their medical school band which was one of Yang Seok Hyung's (obstetric and gynecology) conditions for joining. But as life continues, there are challenges in store for both of them as well as for Chae Song Hwa (neurosurgeon), Lee Ik Joon (general surgeon) and Kim Joon Wan (cardiothoracic surgeon). While the setting is a hospital and there are plenty of medical cases, this drama is a slice of life drama which happens to be set amongst the staff of a hospital rather than a medical drama per se. Genre: Slice of life, Medical, Romance, Comedy, Drama
Broadcast station: JTBC Schedule: 2022 About the Show: The story tells of the romance and everyday lives of three friends who will be turning 40 soon. Cha Mi Jo (Son Ye-Jin) was born and raised by wealthy parents. Now 39-years-old, she works as a dermatologist at her own clinic in Gangnam. Jung Chan Young (Jeon Mi-Do) is one of Cha Mi Jo's close friends who works as an acting coach. Genre: Friendship, Romance, Drama
Career Jeon Mi Do is a musical actress who debuted with the musical Mr Mouse in 2006. She won Best New Actress from 2008 Korea Theater Awards for her performance as Agnes in a play Agnes of God. Since then she mainly active in theater and musicals, such as The Cherry Orchard, Romeo and Juliet (2012), Mephisto, Hero, Doctor Zivago, Bungee Jumping, Once, Man of La Mancha, Werther, Sweeney Todd, Maybe Happy Ending and many more. She won Best Actress Award twice in a row from 2017 and 2018 Korea Musical Awards. She made her first debut in the broadcasting industry through tvN drama Mother (2018). In 2020, she landed her first lead role in television series with medical drama Wise Doctor Life (Hospital Playlist). Her performance earned her a nomination for Best New Actress in the television category for 56th Baeksang Arts Awards. Personal Life Jeon Mi Do got married on April 2013 after dating her boyfriend (non-celebrity) for six months. Official Site: Instagram Twitter 🟢 FILMOGRAPHY & STAGE 🟢 DISCOGRAPHY 🟢 AWARDS & NOMINATIONS 🟢 SPECIALS source: 1 2 3 4 5
Summary: When five long time friends are brought back to work in the same hospital as professors, great stories are bound to follow. We get to watch as each of the friends tackles life in their own way. Whether it be through love trials, illness or just general everyday life, these five will show you what true friendship goals are. Characters: Song Hwa is the professor of neurology who loves camping in her free time and makes her pals laugh with her off key singing voice. Next is Ik Jun, the professor of general surgery. He's a goofball who seems to be the most carefree of the group but he is also the most mature. He has an adorable little boy and their interactions are easily some of the cutest in the show. Then we have Jeong Won, a pediatric surgeon who has a weak spot for kids and all things winter. All of his siblings are nuns/priests and it's his dream to join them. Fourth is Joon Wan, the resident professor of cardiothoracic surgery. He appears cold and calculating but truly cares about and gives his all for his patients. Last but not least is our OBGYN, Seok Hyung. Great at his job, he truly enjoys life and just wants to spend time with those he loves. Review: This show has multiple seasons and the first season primarily focuses on character introduction and development. We get to learn the ins and outs of the friendship these five have shared since their med-school days and watch as they grow and support one another. While each episode tends to revolve around a specific set of patients, most of our attention is drawn to the friends and those who work in the hospital with them. The love lines span from quick burn romance that's just starting to a long divorced man who has no interest in love at all. The plot itself is very slice of life with a few memories thrown into the mix to explain the characters' backstories as we follow them in their everyday life. While some episodes, especially at the beginning, are very addictive other episodes barely held my attention long enough to get through the story. I will definitely be waiting to see what happens in the next season as I really love seeing the friends interact, but I don't really think I'll be re-watching more than a handful of scenes from this season. Pros: 1. The friendship is amazing to watch. Any scene with all of them together or Ik Jun with his son is pure gold. 2. Majority of the love-lines are cute but realistic. It's fun watching them unfold. 3. The songs on the OST are lovely, as are the songs the friends sing in their band scenes. Cons: 1. There are multiple seasons so if you're like me and don't want to wait long, this is not a show for you..... at least not until all the seasons are out. 2. Because there are multiple seasons, some of the pacing is really slow and it's hard to stay interested. 3. I wasn't a fan of the first romance that comes to fruition. It didn't feel very genuine to me and I kept wanting to fast forward through all their scenes. Plot/Story: 7/10 Cast/Acting: 10/10 Production Value: 9/10 Re-watch Value: 6/10 Overall: 8/10