SBS drama "Doctors" is on a roll. Kim Rae-won and Park Shin-hye are doing an excellenttaskyetit isn't an overstatement to mention that creator Ha Myeong-hee's writing talentsalso arethe finish result of its robust progress.
Ha Myeong-hee is understood for her vintage lines in "Kind Words" and "High Society". She's doing it back in "Doctors".
Lines equivalent to Kim Rae-won's "Are you married? Do you've got a boyfriend? That isok then", "Are we going out? Are you refusing me?" and others hit it off. Ha Myeong-hee knows what the audienceneed as she throws lines that quench everyone's thirsts.
The narrations that will also be heard with each and every episode speaks on behalf of the foremost characters and increases concentration at the drama. It also adds a trailing note. Ha Myeong-hee also depicts circle of relatives love and wonderful romance thru Yoo Hye-jeong's (Park Shin-hye) past.
Ha Myeong-hee does notsimplestdepend on romance but she draws attention to the relationships between people.
The drama production says, "Ha Myeong-hee stimulates the public's ears and eyes and her spark is the source of the drama's success".
"Doctors" is the romantic tale of Yoo Hye-jeong who was once once a riot only becomes a physician and Hong Ji-hong who is her senior.