I’m not a fan of medical dramas, but there are 3 exceptions – Japanese Code Blue and Korean D-Day and Dr. romantic. I haven’t seen the first series of Dr. Romantic, only the first 3 episodes and then I wasn’t drawn to this series. My love for this drama started with series 2, which I started because of the pair of young lead actors – Lee Sung Kyung and Ahn Hyo Seop. Thanks to Reset Couple, I couldn’t tear myself away from this drama. Of course, the history of Doldam Hospital couldn’t exist without the famous Kim Sabu and all those colorful staff.
I was so happy to hear that there will be a season 3 with our main characters, Kim Sabu, Dr. Cha and Dr. Seo. I was a little worried about what Eun Jae and Woo Jin’s relationship would look like after these 3 years, and what the writers would do to mess it up (after all, there can be no peace when you work at Doldam). I’m pleasantly surprised, because so far there are no love competitors and love triangles here. The biggest challenge for young doctors is the arrival of our young doctor’s father. The arrival of the new principal stirred things up, but not in the way I expected, and I was getting ready for a fierce battle. I was afraid of a terrible conflict because this actor leaves unpleasant memories of D-Day. It turned out that the screenwriters created a very good story with this thread.
I’m on episode 9 now and it’s very intense. From the first episode there is action, there are very strong emotions, and Kim Sabu, as always, supports his team and fights for every patient. If you like medical dramas, you will not be disappointed with this series.
To watch season 3, you must watch season 2. This is where our couple’s story begins.