Boo Yong-Joo (Han Suk-Kyu) calls himself Dr. Romantic and is called Teacher Kim. He is a weird doctor who does not want to socialize with others. Boo Yong-Joo runs the shabby clinic Doldam. Cha Eun-Jae (Lee Sung-Kyung) is a 2nd year fellow for surgery. She is smart and confident. She has never experienced discouragement or failure.Seo Woo-Jin (Ahn Hyo-Seop) is a 2nd year fellow for surgery. He has excellent skills for surgery. His personality is cynical. Because he went through a tough life, he does not believe in happiness.Cha Eun-Jae and Seo Woo-Jin meet the unusual doctor Teacher Kim. They grow as humans and doctors with their experience with Teacher Kim.
This drama made me wait for every week, so I guess I love season 2 of Dr. Romantic. Still, the atmosphere in Doldam Hospital is amazing, the support, interactions, and teamwork of characters are solid. Aside from medical cases, the drama never fails to keep the fundamental purpose of the story; to showcase the different sides of the new characters, their struggles, and lessons.
Since one of the villains in season 2 is a repeat from season 1, it became bolder and horrid, but at the same tediousness. Thanks to the different stories from the cases presented, it sustains the thematic part and it works. Romance wise, it was just so-so, though the faces are refreshing I still like the previous Dr. Kang Dong Joo and Dr. Yoon Seo Jung love affair.
One of the characters that serve best in this drama is Dr. Kim, who is loved by many. His smart comments are full of sense. His nature and personality as a leader and as a person is what I truly wish to exist in real life. I wish I could find someone like him in my workplace. Furthermore, this drama is worth watching, better not to escape this season 2.
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