The opening scene for this episode depicts Hye-jeong as a kidtaking note of a combat between her father and a girl who is either Hye-jeong's mom or her stepmother. It is unclear. Whilst the scene is efficacious in setting up context for Hye-jeong's movementsinstantly after her kiss with Ji-hong, the loss ofcomplete context illustrates the foremosthighertrouble in"Doctors". The drama never reasonablyoffers the Statesall of theknowledgevital for the tale to be utterly satisfying.
Instead, there would possibly be disproportionate focal point on romance. Even exactsurgical operationis significant less because people's lives are at stake and more because who gets what particular assignment will also be interpreted as a type of special favor. While I did notbrain the doctors' indifferent attitude before, we get a massive number of backstory at theprimary patient here, to the point she generally is a starring persona in her own drama. In that context, Ji-hong's mechanical smiles comes off as rather discomforting.
Weirdly ample the major quality I stay sympathizing with is Seo-woo of all people. Where everybody else is too half-distracted with physician stuff to listen onnon-public lives, Seo-woo is totallyfascinated with romance. It actually sucks for her to be hanging all this effort in with Yoon-do and getting nowhere, yet Hye-jeong makes an active effort to steer transparent ofthose entanglements and has gotten Yoon-do wrapped round her finger it sounds as ifviaentire accident.
AdvertisementSeo-woo calls attention to the way"Doctors"is structured around making Hye-jeong glanceexcellent in some way that rather damages the drama as a whole. The go back of Soo-cheol (played byJi Soo) to get started withturns out to fall in to this same pattern. Sooner or later nosotrosin finding out his motives are quite casual, which is a huge relief even supposing Ji-hong and Yoon-do are not going to learn about this for some time. But even then the overall scene manages to veer into predictable emotional overkill. It figures that the only time"Doctors"manages to get a cling ofa suitable song it used to be of route intended to be ironic.
I actually wish shall we become more exploration of Hye-jeong's other character characteristicsapart from "men locate her attractive". It bein order that redundant. Why hassle hiringPark Shin-hyeif such a lot of the script is going to be devoted to telling us, in position ofappearing us, that she's charming? There's such so much ofgreaterputs to go. This entire fourth dimension Hye-jeong has reputedly had an admiring stepsister- why can not we spend more time on that?