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Healer: Episode 12

One of these days, I’m going to run out of words for this show, because I will have used them all already to tell you that it’s worked its weird witchcraft yet again to deliver yet another compulsively watchable episode. I find the recent explosion of interest and excitement to be at once totally understandable and yet also surprising. Girlfriday and I joke about wondering, “Why THIS show? Why Healer?” because when you break it down, it’s not a show I would specifically single out for exceptional directing or action or plot or whatnot. It’s good, yes, but the power of Healer, for me, is something bigger than its parts, which come together in a kind of alchemical reaction, a combustion of chemistry. You have good actors and a good story and a good director and a (better-than-)good writer, but then you crank them through the Healer-o-matic and boom! It becomes some kind of magic.

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EPISODE 12 RECAP

At the police station, Jung-hoo acts clueless as he’s escorted to an interrogation room, while his narration tells us, “Teacher once told me that when fishing, the best bait is myself.”

With Moon-shik dropping in unannounced at the Someday office, the staff is abuzz with curiosity. The natural assumption is that he’s here to see his brother, so Young-shin offers him tea while waiting. He’s staring at her so intently that it’s a bit odd, as is his comment about how nicely she grew up. She laughs awkwardly and wonders what he’s about, while he falls into flashback:

After finding Ji-an at the orphanage, Moon-shik drives them home while Ji-an clutches his sleeve. She waits in the car when he steps aside to buy her a drink, but a lady walking by makes her cry out, “Mommy!” When Moon-shik returns, her seat is empty. He runs through the neighborhood looking for her… until he just stops. Stands there. Considers the alternative.

In the present, he compliments Young-shin on the press conference, which is a normal thing to say, then looks her up and down and asks about her height, which is not. He holds his arm out to her shoulder and notes, “You’re similar. Or are you smaller?”

Moon-ho bursts into the room and shoves that arm aside, ordering Young-shin out. He glares at his brother for having the audacity to see Young-shin, “without even trembling, or kneeling down before her!” Moon-shik says that Moon-ho’s the reason for putting Young-shin in danger, which is such a backward way of looking at the issue that Moon-ho growls that there would be zero danger at all if hyung just stepped the hell out of it.

Moon-shik explains how he’s being pushed into the mayoral race against his own intentions, blaming Moon-ho for making the news broadcast that took down Assemblyman Kim. Moon-shik sure has a way of twisting truth to absolve himself of responsibility, and I do believe that’s one of the things that infuriates Moon-ho most.

Since the Elder considers Ji-an to be Moon-shik’s weakness, he wants to get rid of her. Therefore, Moon-shik has decided that he must protect Ji-an by keeping her close. Which is such a laughable notion that Moon-ho sneers at hyung’s twisted idea of protection. Is he going to break her legs, or put her into a cage? “That’s how you protect,” he says.

Moon-shik counters that Moon-ho’s no better off, taking in these “kids” who know nothing. He asks if Moon-ho sought out Seo Jung-hoo, and while hearing the name is surprising, Moon-ho plays it cool and feigns ignorance. Oh, did hyung find Seo Jung-hoo? Is he going to “take care of him” like he did Ji-an? (I love this shot, and the look on the Moon-bros’ faces, which tells you everything about their relationship.)

Moon-shik replies that somebody dropped by the house recently, and he had a feeling it might be Jung-hoo.

Speaking of whom, Jung-hoo is left to wait at the police station for seemingly hours. He keeps up his happy-go-lucky act the entire time, until Secretary Oh arrives to announce that his father’s friend would like to meet him.

In the car ride, Jung-hoo makes a conspicuous display of yawning and acting sleepy, commenting on his jet lag while he lies down and slips a bug under the car seat. Then when they arrive at Moon-shik’s estate, he oohs and ahhs over the grounds and snaps photos like a tourist, which he’ll use later to take note of all the security cameras on the premises.

Moon-shik welcomes him familiarly, asking whether he remembers him. Jung-hoo doesn’t, but returns the greetings and explains that he only recently arrived in Korea, having studied in Russia.

He guesses that Moon-shik’s connections got him released from custody so quickly, but wonders why he was detained in the first place and how Moon-shik knew to get him out. Moon-shik tells him of the alert placed on his father’s file, saying that he helped because his father was such a good friend.

Moon-shik has Myung-hee brought in without informing her why, and waits for her reaction when he introduces their guest. But she has no reaction at all, remaining calm as she says he doesn’t resemble Joon-seok in the least. Ah, so now she’s closing herself off from her husband. I’m both relieved and nervous about this.

But Myung-hee can’t contain her genuine emotion as she speaks to Jung-hoo, holding his face in her hands and taking in the adult he’s grown into.

At Someday, Young-shin presents Moon-ho with a story pitch to reinvestigate President Hwang’s suicide—the detective’s suggestions about its convenient conclusion have gotten her thinking. She proposes revisiting the story from the angle that somebody arranged the suicide to make Hwang the fall guy.

Moon-ho reminds her that she hated Hwang, to which she replies that a reporter’s job is to seek out truth and justice regardless of her personal feelings.

Moon-ho shrewdly points out that when someone uses the words truth and justice, they’re often covering for ulterior motives, asking what hers are. So she tells him of Detective Yoon’s visit, and his suspicion that Healer is the killer. She wants to find out the truth (read: clear Healer).

Moon-shik puts in a request to check flight records to confirm Jung-hoo’s story. That info won’t come in till tomorrow, so Jung-hoo’s safe for a day at least. But even more troubling to Moon-shik is the niggling feeling that Myung-hee’s lying—something she’s never been good at hiding. “Why would she lie to me?” he asks.

Jung-hoo wheels Myung-hee to her room, where she warmly invites him to sit and shows him that old photograph. Jung-hoo gets right to the point, saying that he heard someone say that his father killed his friend, and Myung-hee’s face clouds over.

Jung-hoo asks, “Then… did my father kill your husband?” Moon-shik steps forward to intervene, but Myung-hee ignores him to tell Jung-hoo that the information is wrong, that his father didn’t kill anybody. Then when Moon-shik tries to get Myung-hee to rest, she pulls her hand from his, offering it to Jung-hoo instead. He takes it, and she calls him brave for confronting this when he could have ignored it.

Jung-hoo tells her honestly, “There’s somebody I’ve come to care for. So I had to find out what kind of father I was son to, and if it would be okay for me to like her.” Myung-hee nods and tells him yes. Then she talks to Ji-an’s photo to tell her that Jung-hoo’s grown up well… and that name triggers a memory. Jung-hoo hears Ji-an’s giggly voice, and then a man calling out frantically, “Ji-an-ah!”

Omg. It’s Moon-ho’s voice after her elevator accident. Jung-hoo asks Myung-hee for the name again, and the confirmation gives him a shock. But it’s worse for her, as another panic attack starts to set in.

This time Jung-hoo complies when Moon-shik ushers him aside, struggling to make sense of this staggering information.

Min-ja looks at the photos Jung-hoo snapped at the house and wonders where she’s seen Secretary Oh before. It takes her a while to place it, but she recalls seeing him lurking near the building where Young-shin had her elevator accident, and all but confirms that he’s the one who tried to kill her.

Jung-hoo leaves the house with his head buzzing with all this information, starting with Moon-ho’s particular interest in Young-shin. He takes off at a run.

He catches up to Moon-ho in his apartment parking garage and launches himself at him, decking him several times, ready to unleash all his anger. Moon-ho registers his fury and raises his hands, and Jung-hoo gets a hold of his anger, barely.

Moon-shin asks how much he knows. (A rather damning question in itself.) Jung-hoo demands to know why he hid Young-shin’s identity and said she’d died. Moon-ho says Ji-an was in danger and offers to explain, but Jung-hoo scoffs at Moon-ho’s way of explaining things—only enough to explain the situation at hand, mixed in with lies.

He yells that they all lie to him, so he can’t believe when they say his father wasn’t a killer. Seeing Ji-an every day and saying nothing, knowing that her mother is alive—how is that protecting her?

But Moon-ho says earnestly, “If that child and her mother find out, the girl will truly lose her mother!”

Jung-hoo asks, “What the hell have you guys done to us? What have you done?!” And all Moon-ho can do is say that he’s sorry.

Jung-hoo tells him that he and Young-shin have grown up fine without them, and will continue to live well without them: “So don’t concern yourself with us anymore.”

Moon-ho starts to explain that there’s still a lot Jung-hoo doesn’t know yet, about what kind of people they’re dealing with, but Jung-hoo isn’t interested. He tells Moon-ho to stick to his people, and he and Young-shin will stick to themselves.

Moon-ho asks what he means to do about his father. Jung-hoo replies that it’s between himself and his father—ergo, none of his business. He walks off.

Jung-hoo shows up at the cafe that evening to see Young-shin, who wonders if he’s still mad at her. He tells her he’s struggling right now and asks for her help, and as soon as she agrees, he grabs her in a hug. Surprised at first, she lets him hold her—and even closes her eyes for a moment before snapping back to attention.

She wriggles from the embrace and says that should be enough, but Jung-hoo just shakes his head and says, “Not yet.” He goes in for another hug, and that sparks her annoyance and she kicks him. Haha.

Armed with a bug-infestation excuse, he asks her to put him up for the night. She seems skeptical of his reasons and says he could go to a hotel or crash with family, but when he tells her he lives alone, she looks at him in surprise. He explains that his mother remarried and his father died young, and she looks at him with newly sympathetic eyes.

And when she leans in to wipe stray whipped cream from his lip, there’s this… moment, when she stares at him. I love it.

She recovers and says she’ll ask her father, and catches him staring at her thoughtfully. He reminds her that she likes somebody, and asks if it’s okay for her to put up a guy so easily. HA. Are you actually cockblocking yourself? Whose side are you on, Jung-hoo? Is there even a sense-making answer to that question?

Young-shin just retorts that he’s not a man, teasing him for his fear of everything.

Moon-ho hears of Myung-hee’s episode and hurries to her side. She’s been treated by the doctor and is asleep, and Moon-shik tells him of Jung-hoo’s visit and asks whether Moon-ho supplied him with his information. What does Ji-an know?

Moon-ho says heavily that he’s always thought he was a better person than his brother, but now realizes that he’s only ever had his brother to learn from: “I’m becoming just like you.” And therefore, he can come to the conclusion, “If something’s dirty, wipe it with a rag. A white towel is too much of a waste.”

Moon-shik’s concern now is that the Healer has the Elder’s incriminating video, and may be working with Moon-ho. Secretary Oh has made a new request offering gobs of money, but received no response. So Moon-shik concludes that they’ll have to force the Healer out of hiding: “I didn’t want to go this far,” he says. “It’s too bad.”

Over at the Chae household, Young-shin directs Jung-hoo to help prep dinner, only he has no idea what to do with the vegetables she sets before him. He tries to peel potatoes with the wrong part of the peeler, then tries to peel an onion like it’s an apple. It’s hilarious; I’d almost think it was part of the helpless Bong-soo act, except we’ve seen his piles of takeout containers. Young-shin even tricks him into touching his eye with an onion-soaked finger, then laughs her head off at his reaction.

Still, they manage to make dinner for two, and she watches for his reaction as he takes a bite. He grimaces and tricks her into thinking it’s terrible, laughing when she falls for it.

She hands him her father’s pajamas to change into, and when she drops them on the floor, they both reach for it at the same time, their hands brushing together inadvertently. They freeze, and her mind immediately flashes to her Healer date.

Jung-hoo quickly moves his hand aside, but the idea is too strong in her mind. She grabs his hand back, then aligns their fingers, about to intertwine them. Omg omg. My heart can’t take this anticipation.

Jung-hoo can’t do anything but stand there with his heart in his throat, but Young-shin brings herself back to the moment, seeing his reaction and dropping his hand. She apologizes and excuses herself quickly.

Jung-hoo asks ajumma t to look into Myung-hee’s medical records, wanting to know if Moon-ho’s fear is warranted that meeting Ji-an might send her into a dangerous condition.

Min-ja offers up her own analysis on his condition, telling him he’s a robot whose artificial intelligence has gone haywire. She reminds him of that Superman dude she once compared him to, and says that Jung-hoo’s kryptonite is a person.

Jung-hoo’s feeling warmhearted tonight and tells ajumma he knows she cares about him. He guesses that Min-ja knew about his father supposedly killing Young-shin’s father, which is why she kept trying to pull him away from her: “Because you didn’t want me to get hurt.”

She admits nothing, just asking, “Did you get hurt?” Jung-hoo replies that he can’t even remember his father’s face, so what does it matter what he did twenty years ago? “As long as my father didn’t kill the woman I care about,” he says. “I like Chae Young-shin,” he declares. (Ajumma mocks, “Did you figure that out now?”)

“So be prepared,” he continues. “Even if I’m hurt, I can’t do anything about it. It’s okay if she doesn’t know, I still have to be next to her. Don’t tell me to run away. I don’t know how to run away.”

The Someday staff watches the news in satisfaction as Assemblyman Kim is summoned by police, signaling the beginning of his end. Moon-ho announces that their next order of business will be to report on the next Seoul mayoral candidate, who has yet to be announced—but since he has an inside line, he shares the name with his staff.

Everyone’s jaws drop to hear that Moon-shik will be announcing his candidacy, and Editor Jang goes off on a tirade. He says that he had been proud and impressed when Moon-ho went after Assemblyman Kim with such success, but now he assumes that Moon-ho is standing by his brother, which means Moon-ho only took over Someday to make it Moon-shik’s mouthpiece.

Editor Jang expresses his deep disappointment in the boss and resigns his post on the spot. Everyone else looks equally bummed, and Moon-ho enjoys his reaction, because he’s about to prove them all wrong. He declares that rather than promoting his brother, his intention is to prove why he’s unfit to be mayor. Jung-hoo looks taken aback, and Young-shin’s smile returns.

Jung-hoo’s mother lights up at a text from her son asking to lunch together… but we see that she’s being photographed from afar. Uh-oh. Is this a trap?

Moon-ho agrees to Young-shin’s pitch for the Hwang story, advising her that following the money trail is always the fastest way to the truth. He assigns Bong-soo to work with her, and Young-shin takes the lead.

Once they’re alone, Jung-hoo challenges the decision—if Young-shin is in such danger, how can Moon-ho have her just poking her nose around in trouble? Moon-ho replies, “You said you’d protect her.” It’s too late to hide or run, he says, so they have to counterattack.

Jung-hoo asks if he’s going to leave Young-shin in the dark. Moon-ho answers that he’s waiting “until Ji-an comes to me of her own accord.” He’s prepared to take a hit (literally) from her when that time comes.

While staking out the Do(u)ble S guards, Detective Yoon receives Young-shin’s text requesting a meeting. Just then there’s a sudden flurry of activity as Sang-soo leads a team of goons out, and Detective Yoon hastens to follow.

Aw, Jung-hoo’s mother looks so happy as she shops for a gift before her seeing Jung-hoo. By now it’s becoming apparent that it’s no regular lunch date, and the photos of her get sent to Min-ja in an email titled “I am looking for Seo Jung-hoo.” Definitely a threat.

Jung-hoo’s driving with Young-shin on their way to cover the story when she gets a call from Detective Yoon, and he checks in with Min-ja. She sends him the email, and he grabs his glasses to take a look—and one glance at his mother has him pulling over with a screech. He talks aloud to Min-ja despite Young-shin being right there, but thankfully she just assumes he’s talking to her about directions to meet the cop, while he’s after directions to his mother.

Min-ja warns that this is an obvious trap, and that going would be tantamount to admitting his identity as the Healer. Furthermore, she sees from the tracker Jung-hoo planted that Secretary Oh is heading toward his mother.

Mom arrives at the restaurant, and is shortly joined by Secretary Oh—a sight that makes her shrink back fearfully. Moreover, she recognizes him and calls him by a different name: Lawyer Baek.

A snapshot of their meeting gets emailed to the Healer, and seeing Mom with the murderous secretary prompts Jung-hoo to pour on the speed. And Mom’s fears grow as Secretary Oh asks after her son, recalling his name as Jung-hoo. She doesn’t know what to expect, but she knows it can’t be good.

Detective Yoon follows the SS goons to a parking lot, where he logs onto the network to do some hacking of his own. He taps into the security camera feed, which informs him where the guards are stationed.

Jung-hoo arrives and pulls the car over, grabbing a bag and telling a bewildered Young-shin that he has to take care of an emergency. He darts into some kind of lobby bathroom… and whooshes back out in full costume change. Pwahaha.

Dressed in full Healer gear, he races to the restaurant. Hearing that his mother left through the back exit, Jung-hoo takes off running. Min-ja confirms that Mom is heading toward Secretary Oh’s car, hacking into security to look for a visual.

Parked across the street, Young-shin’s curiosity is piqued by a man taking photos outside the restaurant… of somebody inside dressed in black. She can’t see him clearly, but it’s enough to get her out of the car to see for herself. The waitress assumes she’s here to meet Mom, and informs her that she already left.

Detective Yoon’s hacked security feed gets blocked—ha, ajumma superseded his hack. Ajumma reports that Mom is now in Secretary Oh’s car, just as her hack gets hacked—argh, it’s snoopy Detective Yoon, hacking right back!

Ajumma scrambles to counter and cuts power, throwing Detective Yoon back out. But now she’s cut off Jung-hoo too, who’s left hanging. He knows this is a trap, but he’ll have to charge in blind anyway, since not going after his mother isn’t an option.

He slips into the parking garage and spots Secretary Oh in his car, surrounded by SS guards. He quickly takes down the guards and reaches for the car door, locking eyes with Secretary Oh, but the locked door keeps him out.

And then Yo-Yo pops up and darts him in the leg. Ohhhhh shit.

Jung-hoo runs off, and the guards scatter in pursuit. He manages to outsmart them (what, like that’s hard?) by hiding under a car, and makes it back to the stairwell safely.

But that dart was drugged, and his vision blurs as Yo-Yo finds him and attacks. Jung-hoo puts up a good fight, but Yo-Yo gets in a few good licks, including a particularly nasty injury as his yo-yo cord cuts through clothing and draws blood.

Jung-hoo manages to get a head start on his getaway, but he leaves a telltale trail of blood. Right before he makes it to the roof door, Jung-hoo is attacked from behind, his cap whipped off his head, and shoved onto the roof. Bleeding, woozy, and unsteady on his feet, Jung-hoo slumps against the wall.

The SS guards charge up the stairs, and Yo-Yo smirks, “Too bad, the door’s locked, Healer.” He addresses the figure standing there in black leather and a cap—ooh, is this who I think it is? The man starts to turn around…

Ajumma regains power. She sees that Jung-hoo’s vitals are in the danger zone, and none of her calls go answered, as he is currently unconscious in a pool of his own blood.

So when Young-shin picks up a phone call, it’s Min-ja’s voice that comes on the line. She mentions Bong-soo’s name and asks for Young-shin’s help finding him: “He’s in a lot of danger.”

 
COMMENTS

Oh ajumma, in Healerspeak, does this mean you’ve just given your consent? How great is it that after all that worry about Young-shin finding out of her own accord (and the drama did a great job toying with that will-she-won’t-she conflict), it’s ajumma who actively pushes her in Healer’s direction?

I guess that discovery is mitigated by the fact that Young-shin seems well on her way to putting the pieces together, even if I do think it would be fun to draw it out just a bit longer. As much as I’m itching for Young-shin to find out (and nearly gave myself a heart attack waiting for her to intertwine their fingers and confirm her hunch), we know she has to find out eventually—so can’t we enjoy her confusion a bit longer, as she deals with these weird feelings she’s starting to have for Bong-soo?

Because how great was all that Bong-soo-directed confusion? It’s one thing when she’s prompted by an external provocation—say, Moon-ho claiming all of Bong-soo’s attention, or him being the one to initiate a hug. But when it’s Young-shin wiping his lip and grabbing his hand and Feeling Things, that’s all her. I was actually relieved when she pulled back from the almost-handhold, because she isn’t ready yet to confront her suspicions, and she needs time to work through the information—and I want to enjoy watching that process.

I’m surprised to have Jung-hoo revealing himself to most of the main players at this stage, given that there are plenty of episodes left, but I’m always happy to have a story get to a point quicker than I expected. That twists the question away from “When will XYZ happen?” to “Now that XYZ is out in the open, where do we go from here?” That is the best way for a drama to approach its execution, in my book, because it’s impossible to create a story that’s entirely fresh and never been done before—the way to keep us on our toes is to address the obvious points quicker, and take its time exploring the aftermath.

So I love that Jung-hoo found out about Moon-ho’s lie—both the lie of omission about his interest in Young-shin, and his explicit lie about her death. I’d wondered at Moon-ho’s motives behind keeping that, and Jung-hoo’s reaction mirrors ours when he says that Moon-ho owed it to him to reveal the truth about her, at the very least. It makes sense that Jung-hoo now eyes Moon-ho as even more of the “other”—he and Young-shin have been pawns and victims, while those other big important people use information as strategy and weaponry, playing god over who gets to know things and who doesn’t.

It’s one of Moon-ho’s tragic flaws, that he is such a well-meaning, caring, justice-minded person, and yet he’s just as guilty of stripping his loved ones of agency. We see it very obviously in Moon-shik’s treatment of Myung-hee, and Moon-ho charges him explicitly with keeping her captive in a cage under the excuse of protection. But Moon-ho’s done the same thing, perhaps to a lesser degree, in depriving Young-shin and Jung-hoo of critical information.

It’s information that shapes their very identities and lives, and in withholding it “for their own good,” he’s robbing them of their agency. They can’t make informed decisions about their futures, and I want Moon-ho to realize this so that he can let go and start fresh—I still see hope for a brighter future for him, whereas Moon-shik is too far gone. I suspect losing Myung-hee’s faith would crush him entirely, whereas I want Moon-ho to dig deep and be able to rebuild himself.

But right now, all that is secondary to the big question looming on the horizon: Does she find out does she does she does she??? I’m preparing for the drama to throw in a twist and divert Jung-hoo before Young-shin finds him (especially if that’s Teacher stepping in as faux Healer, as I suspect), but Young-shin is so close that it could happen. And the fact that ajumma makes the overture is enough of a step forward for me. Perhaps a clueless Young-shin might buy a cockamamie excuse about Bong-soo being in danger, but her brain is quietly collecting clues and connecting dots, even if she’s too spooked to voice them aloud. Yet.

Gah, I can’t believe that’s the scene they left us on, because that’s a surefire way to drive me crazy thinking about it for the next week. I love/hate great cliffhangers, because they are so painful/gratifying, in a perverse way. Welcome to the Healer club, everyone.

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Hello GB, :-)

You are so efficient and so in charge (in a good way)! Can I call you CEO GB, or Chief? :-)
Joking aside, I just love how immersed and involved you have become. It is neat to see you buzzing about, organizing things. May I just ask, "does your family still see you? Do you guys still eat dinner together?" I kid, I kid :-) You have become the Shalini of Healer recaps, (and that is a compliment, btw) :-) No, but this dongsaeng likes you, you know that right? :-)

On a different note, I thought JB's question about the recent surge of interest in Healer was a good one, and a valid one as well. What makes Healer so different, and so addictive? There have been good shows before (I Hear Your Voice, Misaeng, Answer Me 1997, and 1994, Gaksital, City Hunter, etc...) and they were popular too, but they didn't reach this level of fervor among international fans, and DB readers. As JB pointed out, yes the actors are good, the plot is good (but not everything in it is new), the directing is good (but not jaw dropping, if I read well), and the writer? Well, she can be better than good. So what is it? Why and how does Healer get a hold of our hearts the way it does (b/c it certainly does that for me, and I am one who tends to think a lot about what I have watched. Yes, I let myself feel, yet I also take the time to reflect on what I have watched).

I also agree with JB about running out of words to express how I feel about Healer, and its awesomeness (so far). I guess all that is left to do, is just to enjoy the ride, so I am currently enjoying it. And judging from your involvement here, I know you are too :-)

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Ivoire- that's exactly what I've been thinking! The fan craze that I'm seeing on Dramabeans has left me bewildered! Lol.

While I'm a hard core Healer addict- it's leveled with previous addictions- like Coffee Prince and City Hunter. And I actually think the romance of Coffee Prince and the suspense/thriller of City Hunter were better.

I think it all boils down to Ji Chang Wook. (Which is confirmed by all the posts in these threads!)

I only started watching Healer because I was blown away by his performance in Empress Ki (A MUST WATCH FOR THOSE WHO WANT A JI CHANG WOOK FIX). I don't think his performance here meets the standard he set for himself in Empress Ki- but man is he good!!

He's definitely brought out the Cougar in everyone watching.

Ahjummas- calm down! ;)

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I also find his chemistry with Park Min Young SO MUCH more convincing than his relationship with Ha Ji Won was in Empress Ki. It's as if they aren't even acting!

Wonder if the acting has stopped somewhere along the line. Will they pull a Brangelina? :)

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i only watched empress ki recently and everytime i see this actor ji chang wook, i have to think of that cute and lazy innocent crown prince .. LOL.... i still didnt get over park min young and lee min ho from city hunter so i dont really like seeing themi with other actors.. XD and that scene at home seems like just one scene in city hunter XD sorry..

so how is this actor chang wook doing in healer? i tried to watch episode 1 but i dont think i could adapt to the theme of this drama.

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I think most people here agree that it took a few episodes to became addicted. Watch a few more episodes, you'll love it!

And yes, I still can't shake the prince image, especially in the garage scene where he yells at Moon Ho- I was like- WOAH Pay-ha flashbacks :)

I've always wanted a City Hunter Part 2- and this is the closest we're probably going to get! Park Min Young is an amazing actress- so you won't be disappointed!

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@ Sanyo,

Hello there! I don't know if you will see my response, however I will write it and post it anyway.

About this, "that’s exactly what I’ve been thinking! The fan craze that I’m seeing on Dramabeans has left me bewildered! Lol." I am glad that you are seeing what I am seeing. This drama is getting so much love on DB, I really wish we would be able to let everyone involved with the making of the drama, how much it is being loved on this blog (hence loved internationally), and how much we appreciate their hard work. I understand the fervor however: I feel the same way. I don't want to scream all the time, yet I have to say that this drama does move me A LOT. I attribute a LOT of it to the writing, which has been consistent and tight in how the plot keeps unfolding.

# 2-is how well the writer manages to balance the different genres pertaining to this drama: the humor and comedy, the romance, the unraveling of the mystery (and its social, economical and political importance, both in the past and in the present), and the action. None of the genres seem to overtake the others, and there is a fluidity in the way we transition from the present to the past, and back to the present again. Don't you think?

3-I really LOVE the actors and actresses in this drama, all of them. The good guys and the bad guys. I find that they were well cast for their characters, and that their physical attributes (and hair style even), contribute to giving us a visual of what their characters are. I think of Yo-Yo guy with his particular hair cut, I think of Dir. Hwang and his curly (medium) high hair, I think of Sec. Oh and his face that kind of looks like that of a cat (and I love what he does with his face, the way he told SS that he would have to sell his soul. That was so devious). I think of Ajumma and the different ways in which she looks like (in her "office" or when she is all dressed up), etc... I think of the 5 friends, who look so much like they belong to that era in the past (besides being handsome), and I appreciate that this production team pays attention to details.

I have said it in my post below, however I really LOVE the OST for this drama. I watch the drama on the computer with headphones on, and one gets all the beats and the nuances in the pieces and songs that are played. I have loved every single one of them, so far.

For me, the dramas I have loved this much were TK2HS, Angel Eyes (up to ep.13 or 14), the King of Dramas (minus the ending), and to a certain extent, City Hunter. I have also loved MNIKSS, though I was not totally supporting HB's character. I felt that he should have done more to win KSS over. I actually had my 1st withdrawal pains when TK2HS ended. And I actually had to mourn that drama (and let it go), when it was over.

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@ Sanyo, PART 2:

Though I LOVE JCW in this drama, he is not the only draw for me. I LOVE the veteran actors (all of them), and I love PMY in this, and all the other side characters (now I am repeating myself :-) ). The other components are also what I mentioned earlier, (at least for me). I also find the actor who plays KMS (Park Sang-won) really attractive and handsome, and I love how he portrays KMS. He is often quite subtle in his reactions, and I love that. I also love CYS's boss, Jang Byeong-Se. To me, he was like a male ajumma in the 1st few episodes: dramatic, and prone to having his blood pressure go up. I loved watching him lose it.

Also, have you noticed how YJT sounds? I love his voice. And yes, I do love JCW's voice as well. So it sounds like you are recommending "empress Ki" then? I guess I will have to check it out, at some point. Thank you for the recommendation :-)

This, I find quite telling "I also find his chemistry with Park Min Young SO MUCH more convincing than his relationship with Ha Ji Won was in Empress Ki. It’s as if they aren’t even acting!" What do you think lacked in JCW's scenes with HJW? I am curious now :-) For me, I still feel at times that JCW is still acting (just a few times), and PMY has been doing fine.

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@ lilac,
I was confused (a little), when I watched ep. 1 of this drama. By ep.2, I had a better sense of what the drama was about, and seeing PBS, made me want to stick around, to see how he would be like. I have not been disappointed, to be honest.

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Hey Ivoire! Lol- This is the only show that I have ever kept coming back to the comments section for. Lol- I'm just as hooked as the rest of you! :)

You're definitely right about the balance of all parts, from the writing to the acting and the genres. They are doing a great job with this drama!

If I was going to be honest with myself, I think one of my critique's would be the slight inconsistency with the Healer/Bong Soo act. Initially when he first joined someday- he had a major stammer and was super shy. As we progressed a few episodes, there are some scenes where he loses the stammer. I know this may be part of the writing where they want her to pick up on the differences in his speech. But as the country's best errand boy- you would think he would be better at keeping his identity a secret. -- or maybe that's the result of his love, that he loses himself. Who knows. In my opinion, I would have thought of the Healer Image as someone more mentally stronger.

As for Empress Ki- I'm surprised you haven't seen it!!!! I was kinda hoping we would get an Empress Ki Open Thread on DB lol. Its long- but its a must watch. Besides the story- I love how you can see the characters develop and how their personalities change from the beginning to the end. And the OST IS AMAZING.

K lava describes it perfectly below, saying:

"As for Empress ki the dynamics of their love story is supremely different it can’t compare to healer.in Empress ki the love story is mostly him and his deep, dedication, jealous obsessive kind of love , he almost went brain dead at the thought of losing her. I found myself asking numerous times if such a love exists and where can we get it? I think this is a great part of why it was a success and why fans were rooting for baby emperor more than the manlier, total package Wang Yu.''

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Hello Sanyo,

Here is another response from me, with the hope that you will see this response as well. Thank you for your comment, I enjoyed reading it. About your 1st paragraph, I guess Healer would do that to us huh? Becoming so hooked that we want to keep up with the comments. I find it nice to come back and see if some comments have generated some thoughts from the beanie I was responding to, or from others. So I understand you coming back to read more comments.

About your 3rd paragraph, I agree with this, “I think one of my critique’s would be the slight inconsistency with the Healer/Bong Soo act.” I am glad you noticed that, and I feel the same way. I did notice that inconsistency as well, and I wondered why it was so. I also agree with what you said here, “But as the country’s best errand boy- you would think he would be better at keeping his identity a secret. — or maybe that’s the result of his love, that he loses himself. Who knows. In my opinion, I would have thought of the Healer Image as someone more mentally stronger.” You know, I felt the same way. I too thought that Healer would be someone who was more mentally stronger. I really liked your speculations on why Healer might have become inconsistent with the PBS act, and I agree with those as well. To be honest, I wish we could be told (with some exposition maybe), why Healer became inconsistent. I am wondering if it was a conscious choice by the writer, or not. And you are so right, he not only stammers less, he also seems less shy. Maybe that is a good thing for PBS? I did like PBS (a lot), in his original state, and at the beginning though. I will miss him, if he totally disappears.

About your 4th paragraph, I will have to put Empress Ki on my list of dramas to watch then. Thank you again for the recommendation. I usually LOVE Kdramas OSTs, so that would be another incentive for me to watch that drama. 50 episodes sound to me like it will take me a long while to finish that drama, I am a slow watcher. You know, I did read K lava’s comment about Empress Ki, thank you for bringing that to my attention again. I also liked how she described the drama. I do hope you will see this comment :-)

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@Sae, I love City Hunter, it is one of my favorite dramas to re-watch (along with Sungkyunkwan Scandal, and now Healer. Wow, PMY is in all three. I guess I like PMY and I did not even actively realize it).

For years, like you, I've always wished for a City Hunter sequel or a City Hunter-like show. When I first saw Ji Chang Woo in Running Man last September, I thought he looked like Lee Min Ho, and in my wishful thinking imagined that he would be good in a City Hunter-like story. Three months later, we had Healer!

But JCW is a totally different actor (so good) and I will forever be his fan! Planning on checking out Empress Ki after Warrior Baek Dong-soo next.

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@ ottoke, now that you mention it , I realize that Park min young has been in all these three dramas. She Chooses her projects really well!

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I can't help it... Watched this episode again. Watching Myung Hee being so earnest and unknowingly allowing Jung Hoo to like her Ji An. It was so beautifully captured - accepting him, acknowledging him, assuring him...

Yes, JCW seems so natural in his chemistry with PMY. And the part when he goes in for another hug - It's like he couldn't get enough of CYS, wanting her.

Our healer is a kisser, a stalker, a grabber... Whatever. And don't we all want more of that?? Twisted agony. *Swoon*

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I actually think it's much more different to me. I loved him in empress ki but I wouldn't compare his performance with the different genres in that same way. He exceeded everyone's expectations in empress ki because it was needed for his character and the development of the plot and he did it exceptionally well. Whereas for this drama, I think he's doing another exceptional job for a drama that isn't a historical one. Simply because no other other would be able to replace him as healer, the same goes for Park min young and ji tae. I feel like it's hard for these actors to beat out their other wonderful projects in the past because it's more than just their acting but it also has to do with the production team, their Co stars, chemistry and the writer. I don't know but I would categorize this drama and his performance in a different category from empress ki. Regardless he's amazing as an actor and deserves a lot of attention and awards and I'm not saying this because I'm biased of him. I genuinely see that he is really great at his job. He can flesh out his character like none other. Go ji chang wook!!!

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My thoughts exactly.He's great in both of them, it's just him doing his best with the characters he's been given. As for Empress ki the dynamics of their love story is supremely different it can't compare to healer.in Empress ki the love story is mostly him and his deep,dedication, jealous obsessive kind of love , he almost went brain dead at the thought of losing her. I found myself asking numerous times if such a love exists and where can we get it?I think this is a great part of why it was a success and why fans were rooting for baby emperor more than the manlier, total package Wang Yu.

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Oj exactly my thoughts! I really like him in both of the dramas!
Love the sexual chemistry with ha ji won in Empress Ki and also the for me more friendly one with park min young in Healer. I read somewhere that JCW described the romance as pink :D Anyway it seems like they might be good friends in real life or they are just amazing actors :) I really don't care for their personal lives beyond wishing them all the happiness as a repayment for the excitement and fun they brought me. :D
Anyway I am reading all about JCW 's awesomness but actually for me it's PMY as spontaneous and courageous Young-Shin who I love. The emotions she displayed during the phone call in episode 9 just killed me (I was such a wreck with red eyes afterwards that my family thought someone died ;). Also I love the relationship between her and her father. How he saved her when she was little and how he is still her one true Pilar of hope and unconditional love...I am SO scared for him! I really like this character but I think they're going to kill him :(
I also like noona Myung-Hee, the fighting cheerful happy girl from the flashbacks who is a prisoner of her own body, memories and illness (the first time she had a seizure in the kitchen I actually cried and had to pause it for about 5 min, very sad and touching). For me hers fate is the worst right now. The young brave girl who could do anything and had a bright sunny future before her had everything taken away and is living and loving a man who was at least partly responsible for the broken life and thus mental health. I wonder what will happen to her when she will find out just who she loved all this time. I hope it will not totally break her, but...
In that at least for me is a part of that healer magic. Always loved k-dramas with lot of sadness and wrongful accusations enveloped with friendship family love and hope for a better future for the ones with pure heart ( of course the good wins and the evil ones are punished :) That's why I loved Secret and what I find thrilling and appealing in Healer. The secrets of the past and how they scarred each and everyone, from the visible scars ( Myung-Hee, Young-Shin) to the more emotional ones (Moon-Ho, Moon-Sik) all of them were them.
What I would love now is to see more of the Minion Dae-Yong, Moon-Hoo 's ex Min-Jae and the past of Ajhuma Min-Ja and detective Yoon ( am I the only one to feel some former love connection? Also where does Dae-Yong fit in this? How did she get into this healer business? )
Well I wrote quite a bit. Huh?! I honestly wasn't expecting this. Just wanted to post what was weighing on my soul so my second personality (the k-drama addicted one) will shut up for a second so I can live my own life :) All my family members are going crazy from the talk about k-drama k-drama k-drama ... They don't care! ( I know! How crazy is that?! But they really don't care. I checked! Multiple times! They don't.)
Aaanyway... I really like...

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@ Alien,
I really liked what you had to say, and I especially agreed with this, "He can flesh out his character like none other. Go ji chang wook!!!"

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@ k lava,
I really enjoyed reading your thoughts, especially the part where you describe how much the baby emperor loved empress Ki, and how that made you feel. I just loved your honesty there. I will have to definitely check out empress Ki then...

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@ anah_ria,

Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts. You gave us a lot to think about, and you were funny at the end of your post, when you were talking about your family. Well, at least you have a community here that will understand you, right :-)

I loved what you had to say about MH noona (so true), about CYS's dad (again so true), and about the scars that the characters have.

I loved this, " What I would love now is to see more of the Minion Dae-Yong, Moon-Hoo ‘s ex Min-Jae and the past of Ajhuma Min-Ja and detective Yoon ( am I the only one to feel some former love connection? Also where does Dae-Yong fit in this? How did she get into this healer business? )"
though I don't see a former love connection between Min-ja and Detective Yoon. I too, would like to see more of Dae-yong, and I like the questions you asked about her. They are good questions. Also, why did she get into the Healer business?

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@anah_ria
All my family members are going crazy from the talk about k-drama k-drama k-drama … They don’t care! ( I know! How crazy is that?! But they really don’t care. I checked! Multiple times! They don’t.)

Haha! This sounds like me! Why, oh why can't my sisters get onboard?! Conversations usually include, " Are you still watching kdramas?!" Yes, you should too!" "Meh! Not interested." I'm going to have to resort to devious^^ means here pretty soon since they don't live close enough for me to force convert them. Drama dvd's for every gift maybe? I need to work on a better plan. This could hardly be termed devious^^. It's more obvious and desperate! LOL! I just know they'd fall in love too if they'd give it a chance and then alll the nice long squee sessions we'd have!

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I don't think it is really a problem with Healer that his stammer and awkwardness have diminished a bit, Sanyo. I think a nervous person would naturally be less so as he gets to know someone better. As far as Healer being "stronger" we see again and again his vulnerability most recently in episode 11 and 12.

I am a fan of Ji Changwook's acting, even going back to his roll in The Sons of Sol Pharmacy. Yes, he's easy on the eyes, but there is so much energy to his emotions.

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Ji Chang Wook.

It has everything you'd want in a drama, a good story with characters that are easy to care about, good actors, good directing, and an added something special in the form of Ji Chang Wook...... I'm offically drooling...

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Funny how a character can change how you feel about a certain character. I was pretty meh about JCW, I like him but that's about it. I didn't like him in Empress Ki...but on Healer I loved him, his acting has turned subtle and layered when in Empress Ki he was big and dramatic. I much preferred this style of acting on him.

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This ahjumma is officially besotted, and then some :-)

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I am also completely besotted with JCW ;)

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Approximately 24 hours to Healer episode 13, and it's been a surreal and sweet treat every Monday and Tuesday. What's so special about it?

1. It's rare for the leading guy in love to realize his feelings so early in the show, and most of all to admit and embrace it fully

2. Healer started out as a fictional character and seemingly otherworldly - bizarre skill set and socio-phobic - so it's bittersweet to find out he is not much different from some of us - the desire to love and be loved

3. It's a big blow when ahjumma stated bluntly that CYS could have a better or normal guy - and completely crushing when Healer has hope against hope his despite the alternate truth.

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Yes, less than 24 hours yay. We finally got through this week.!

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YES! Came searching hoping for a the less than 24 hours away comment to see if someone else is counting down the hours lmao. Glad I'm not the only one. Just one more day to go through :D

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TWO HOURS @ azfih ?❤

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About empress ki, @ Sanyo, isn't ji Chang wook the second lead? I really want to watch it but I'm not sure if I should. I won't be able to handle it if he's the second lead. So I started sons of sol pharmacy. And his character the is SO different from healer. NJ

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You are right @saema - he was second lead .... But he certainly stole the show...ha!
In Healer he owns it completely. It did start well but not overwhelming in episode 1 but by the end of episode 2, I was hooked and the rest is history and keep us crazy every week.
Here's hoping for the comments to reach 3000
I love everyone's insight and love for this show...makes me like I am part of Healer universe... Fight injustice, fall in love and friends forever ...

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LOL! Saema, Azfih Shuerei

Only 5 hours more and counting until the show is aired and we have way over 3,000 comments! Way to go Healer Lovers! :)

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I'm not sure Ji Chang wook was the second lead,it was a drama where you literally didn't know who would end up with the leading lady because the male leads were both fleshed out and your rooting for both of them,so either way you get a knife in your heart, but it hurt so good.
Potential spoiler;if the ending determines the leads,then he was the first lead.

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@ Ivoire
"Why and how does Healer get a hold of our hearts the way it does ..."

The comment most often repeated in this show is "Oh, the feels!!!"

I believe it's because the story goes to the heart of our hearts, and that the actors have got in touch with their own hearts so well that they express fully rounded, well nuanced persons in their characters. They have drawn us into their world which has past, present and future.

We too are products of our histories, and we are aware that if our pasts had been different, we could have ended up far different from what/whom we are now.

The story is about some things that most of us already are innately, profoundly interested in and/or are concerned about: that children, being powerless, should not be abused but instead be protected. We know about how the experiences of youth and childhood form the person, and determines their future to a large extent. And then seeing how tragic was the histories of Ji An and Jung Hoo, we cannot rest until they regain, at least partially, what was taken from them.

Until JH at least, gets beyond his isolation to really eat and live with people. I am struck by how he cannot say, "Thank you for the meal/Let's eat well (jal-moege-soem-nida)". He could not comfortably sit at table with others to share a meal, until this last episode with YS. How tragic is that.

We believe that all of persons deserve to be loved, but yet all of us have scars and we all need to be healed. Our rage and resentment is called forth when the small and marginalised are trampled upon unfairly through no fault of their own, for the convenience of those in power.
We can empathise completely with the pain of YS, JH, MH, and even of Myung Hee, and recognise how far they have come and how much further they have to go. There is pathos aplenty and so much potential for growth. We feel the poignancy, we root for the growth.

In Misaeng we could relate with the everyman/ everywoman of that drama verse, as if we lived their lives. In Healer we can identify every feeling of each character, without having to live their lives.

Add to this potent brew of feels, the mystery that is being peel open a layer at a time, the lure of seeing how our baddies will get their just desserts (and they had better or we will strangle the writer), the chemistry of the actors and a sweet, innocent, first-love romance of soulful longing (we've been there, done that, haven't we???) of persons who deserve to be loved, who deserve a future which compensates for their suffering. And this is what we have.

A bunch of derelict kdrama addicts!!!! LOLOL! But you know what I mean. :)

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Oh GB ! Your comments are SO good.

I mean am still not past 'Oh feels' part , but the way you take notice of all small emotions and connect it to reality, its SO great.

And yes you are totally right, there is a way in which this show handles all characters giving them a depth, loneliness and emotions unique to them, that pulls us in. And it just gives us enough before taking it away, so that we don't get bored either.

Speaking of which, I really really want to see Ahjumma's character background! She is SO awesome but I want MOAR of her!

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@ Divyrus
You are most kind! I am so chuffed you think so, thanks heaps! :)

Yes, about how it gives us enough and not too much, and we anticipate more and more, so how to let go or ever get bored? The PD certainly knows how to tease us!

My fave character was Ahjumma too once I saw her in farmer pants, colourful socks and knitting with wool around her feet!!! All that look, I can pull off, including the frizzy hair, but I wish I could hack like her. :)

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Yes, especially when she starting singing, I have always loved this actress from multiple dramas, but this is the BEST role I have seen her in!

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This is the best drama ever...i really dont understand whats the matter with the ratings..
I feel as though the korean natives have a differnt taste in drama than foreigners.... If this drama was being shown in my country i bet the ratings would be sky rockecting...
I just love both the actors in this drama....both of them are daebak..

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I think the ratings aren't great partly because of its poor start. IMO, the first couple episodes were average at best. At the time, the romance didn't happen yet between our main leads and this show was never great with the action scenes. For me, Healer got better as it focused more on the rom-com and less on the action. The last several episodes have been really engaging and entertaining.

Another possible reason why it doesn't have great ratings is because of its competition. P&P is't that popular, but it has big stars like Choi Min Soo who help it have consistent followers that won't watch Healer.

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Also, Ji Chang wook isn't a big audience drawer yet like Lee Min Ho who was part of City Hunter, which had very good ratings.

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United- I can just imagine what kind of audience he would have had if he played Lee Min Ho's character in Boys Over Flowers!!

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@SANYO right, he would have drawn in a huge crowd!!! But to tell you the truth even I had not seen him until this drama, since I'm not a fan of long dramas (Empress Ki).

He has an international cult following now for sure, I just hope that he gets a native one in Korea because that's how he is gonna earn money and more dramas (which is a huge yay for me).

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Brilliant response GB - beautifully answers the question many of us have been asking or at least thinking (to ourselves): Why Healer?

Note: I've just finished watching episode 12, and am now currently going through a moment of brain freeze. How can a drama do this to meeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!?

Anyways, back to work *sobs* I Look forward to reading all the good stuff from all you passionate beanies once I'm done with work! Catch you all later! x

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@ namedx

Thanks! But LOL! I saw other comments that I thought also answered this question quite well! It would be nice to bring together some of these attempts to answer why we love this show so much. There is much truth in many thoughts shared. :)

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@united i know what you mean....coz even i was a fan of P&P....but once healer started i was literally addicted to it.....but it seems now Punch is coming up in ranks and ratings... i havnt watched a single episode of punch so i dont know how good it is... I really really hope it picks up in ratings..

Especially i really love the 3 main actors acting....There is real emotions and in it..And also Healer has a great popularity online...There are more viewers online...

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I'm watching both punch and healer. But healer is what I'm really ahhing and oohing and squeeing over! Punch has a lot happening but it just leaves me a little tired somehow.. Healer is the one I can't wait for it to come out to watch each week now, eek, how do I survive till ep 13!!???? 4 looong days to go before the next ep..

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Waiting for the 13th episode is driving me nuts.... I keep counting down the days for the next Monday...On top of that they havnt even given the preview for the next episode... Why does Monday seem sooo far away...??
Monday please please come as soon as possible..??

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I really really want to know more about ahjumma to.o. How she ended up becoming a professional hacker, particularity this!

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I love the way you write, GB! :D

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Thank you, dear Saema. I hope to add to the joy of partying on this thread. :) ;)

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The question that brought up, what is it that made healer so popular is quite a good one. I felt the difference in the popularity suddenly. I saw the first two episodes after reading the recap here, at that time I didnt find it that special neither did anybody else I think. Then I went on a vaccation I missed 4 episodes, came back marathoned it but wasnt able to check up with DB. Then I went out on a college trip, I come back start watching the rest of the 4 episodes and this week I opened DB because the subs are late, and I see 1000 comments and I'm like when did this happen. I too pondered on the how, I think its majorly due to a good combination, more often than not in most dramas when one aspect is stellar(actor or writer) something else sucks(directing or acting) but here nothing sucks, everyone is holding their end of the deal. But on a personal level I think its because every actor is so involved in their character or story that I cant help but be swept off my feet!

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the first 2 episodes were okay and then it got better slowly but i feel like the last 5-6 episodes were really amazing and it just hit all the right notes with the audience.

The characters, their story, and mainly the interaction between the main two characters makes me all giddy and happy while i am watching.

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"I saw the first two episodes after reading the recap here, at that time I didnt find it that special neither did anybody else I think."

Not sure about others, but I fell in love with Healer from the very first episode. For me at least, the initial episodes were just as special as the ones we're getting now. Only difference being is that my love for the show grows with each episode, knowing that the characters are being lovingly fleshed out.

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@namedx
Exactly! From the beginning this show had me watching it raw, half subbed, then full subs and I've never done that for ANY other drama because if I knew what was going to happen I lost my interest. But to quote Michael Learns to rock: It's such a rush of emotions/I couldn't push it away/ my hearts a flame/And it's burning in healer's name LOL! Yep, I think I believe in Eternal Love now...

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Me too!!!! Me too!!!! Jumping up and down fangirling!! I totally loved it from the first ep! You could just sense that this backstory was crucial and heartfelt, not just "Stock Backstory #5"!!!! I am Soooooo pleased with the gorgeous attention to detail as these characters - back story And present- come alive.

Honestly, for me, while the action scenes haven't been as tight or compelling as City Hunter,(I LOVE me some action) they seemed just right for the context. JH is a "courier-bounty hunter"type thing, not a Druglord-trained vigilante. Although....I totally wasn't buying the parallel bar Gymnastics fight scene with Yoyo. Cheesy.

But howsabout that elevator rescue??? (Fanning self furiously) hot hot hot!! Totally set me up for that kiss!!!! They almost died!!!

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@dramamama5
Haha! Let me fangirl with you for a moment! You know what really got me was after that when she's leaving MH's and can't face the elevator yet so she takes the stairs while singing loudly and Healer's following behind her and he gets this look of disbelief for a split second, smiles and then starts bopping along to her singing. I don't know why but that to me was just so unbelievably adorable! It's all the little looks he gives her. I can't get enough of it!

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I actually just started to watch the series when the recaps where already to episode 10, but as I read the recap for episode one, I downloaded episode 1-10 immediately.

I liked it from ep 1 though, because I like this type of stories. But the relationships between the characters from daughter-dad, surrogate mother to surrogate son, brothers, childhood friends even the ajusshis and young shin sold it for me.

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hello ive been a silent reader for years but !!!!! what happened to me??????? i want to write about how good is this show and the cliffhangers OMG

i want to help break the record of 3000+ comments so here i am :)

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@ ghiza and EVERYBODY WHO READS THIS

Welcome to commenting! You have become yet another one who was happy to remain silent, never thinking they'd ever feel the compulsion to 'show themselves and be read', and then found that they could no longer, NOT join in to express themselves.

The magic of this show is that it makes many of us overflow in emotion, thoughts, longing, pathos (you name it) ... so that we cannot contain ourselves. Like Healer we lurked (I did too for a while, but that was many months ago :) ) but more and more now, thoughts and feelings are just spilling out and we want to share it ... we want to be out, to be read, to make a connection (or connections) with others ... just like Healer/SJH does. Share ... or burst, could be an apt image?

It becomes no longer enough that I know others share the feels and thoughts, that I know I do myself, but now I want them to know that I too am with them. Now I/we no longer want to travel alone, but to share this journey (from time to time) with fun, like-minded companions. Then, we too, like Jung Hoo, are no longer quite so alone, and together 'hand-in-hand' is a great swoon-worthy feeling :D Glad you are with us!!

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@growing beautifully

I am also a silent reader (though i did comment i think once or twice only) i am contended and happy just by reading all entries here (i have to mention i like how you write your comments it gives me a clearer understanding of this show, it's fun at the same time ?) going back to me writing at this point, it is because i cannot contain anymore the feeling (perhaps ecstacy!) that i am experiencing right now because of this show. This has ruined my should i say "routinary daily life" now i need to check every now and then my computer/iphone to see any new comments not just in DB but in other sites/forum/blog that JCW and/or healer in it. And the weirdest of all is that i have dreamt oh Healer last night!!! That i am in one of those scene !!!This has never happened to me in my life as a kdrama addict???. This is just insane! Perhaps since JCW is my first crush as a korean actor. Whatever the reason this show has the "feel" that all of us understands and experience but cannot exactly pinpoint why? I do not know if i am making sense at all☺️☺️☺️

Anyway, hope at least this entey will help us break our record for DBs with highest comments

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Hi Rigby
I do remember you! Thank you for your affirmation. Any positive strokes mean a lot to me LOLOL! Yeah, I'm that needy kind of person. :)

I'm glad you've decided to delurk even if it's to just leave this one message, wait ... NO, I must take back my words.... not just 1 post from you, my dear!

I believe I and every Healer-lover who reads your post will agree, "What! You dreamed you were in a scene!!! With JCW?" How could you ever!!!!

Of course now we want to know, which scene?, what was he wearing?, what did he do?, what were you doing? ... etc etc.... So please remain de-lurked for a bit longer!!!! :D

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I have started watching Kdaramas since a year or so . Started with BOF and was hung over Lee Min Ho for all this time. But JCW has crushed all my past crushes :) :) Happy for that , but wonder how will get over this one :)

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I thought i could add to your points Rigby..i saw JCW in my dream as well...but god i hope beanies help me here...my first crush in real life looked a lot like JCW infact his eyes were exactly like JCW and whenever JCW stares at CYS i think of memories where my crush used to look at me...:( but it didnt work out and now i have no clue where or how he is...so whenever i watch JCW its like a bittersweet thing..i want to admire him, feel good and really really like him but then this sad thought comes in my mind and i just cant feel happy anymore :( thats why i see JCW but avoid his eyes or his stares..sorry for the long post but i just had to share it with fellow healer lovers since i think you guys love JCW for bringing this feeling of love in our hearts its just for me it is getting a little deeply emotional ..

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Hi, may I know what thread of DB has the most number of comments?

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@ghiza i rarely comment also.. just my fave articles and this one and this one is my fave. breat the record of 3000++. emm.. i wonder which article got 3000 comments?

healer is definitely my fave. so sad the rating isnt that good, but im watching a good drama. and healer is definitely A GOOD DRAMA.

im glad reading many comments here, mostly had the same thought. hey, great mind think alike :)

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Did anyone notice the OCD tendency for Secretary Oh? I wonder if that comes back to haunt him?
Secondly, Moon Ho and his brother are both talking about Ji Ahn right in front of her mom (who may or may not be fully asleep), how smart is that?????
This show is one of the best written, acted and executed of the dramas that I have seen yet. A very pleasant surprise!

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Yeah, about secretary oh - I did wonder why the camera focused on his placing the chair correctly.

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2 Sub-thread: DROOL POOL of HRUSG - managed by Skyofblue and polaris

This sub-thread is on the Healer Ruined Us Support Group (HRUSG) and whether you'd like to consider yourself a part of it or not.

This sub-thread continues from Ep 11 Recaps Comment 4, (just to let you know in case you wish to make sense of our senselessness and want to read up all about it. :D )

Great job Everyone, we've initiated a whole bunch of deranged, squirming, squeeing, fangirly addicts and are putting them out of their misery even as we speak. Oops! I mean we are making them comfortable in our Non-Emergency Room where they are happily esconced in arm chairs and watching Healer re-runs.

- Feeling sick at heart at the long wait between episodes?
- Feeling guilty at sneaking peeks or more at work or in study time?
- Forgotten to eat or postponed normal bodily needs and (ahem) functions?
- Started alerting parents, friends, spouses, children, colleagues notice that you are no longer your "normal" self? (Hehehe well we all delude ourselves that we're normal, right?)

Then ... it is time to JOIN us and Abandon All Hope!
No, really, we do not offer you hope of any cure. Not a whit of hope or cure! I'm being totally truthful here. (See, I did not add a smirky face).

Come on in, you poor sod, ... I mean soul. I leave your registration in the able hands of Skyofblue, polaris and all manner of motley, unglued accomplices whose sole aim is to initiate you warmly and wetly into our fold.

(BTW polaris, we seem to be all out of “WOOKY GUM-GUM”! Waah! Waah! Me need some more!)

Take it away mates!

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I will cope with this. I have changed all my mac desktop image to the painting done by Kolorful palette (thanks for that), as well as my iphones home screen and lock screen to different healer images. I will be able to see JCW face even on the boss. LOL.

Oh God. I'm pathetic. I am HAPPILY pathetic. Who needs real life when you have an amazing drama life?

But on a better note, girlfriday and javabeans is right. Why is this drama so popular. Is there some subconscious part of the human brain that finds the Clark Kent/ Superman/ LOis Lane relationship that invigorating? It's interesting.

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OK I take my comment back. I just finished watching this episode. I know exactly why I am going bonkers over it. It is so ultimately awesome I am sitting here in the dark knowing full well it is going to be hard to wake up to go volunteeering i the morning.

I am going to watch it again. I'm so invested in this show, that I have an eternal thirst to find out what happens next. But I think half of the fun is waiting to find out what happens.
PLEASE 7 DAYS GO AS FAST AS YOU POSSIBLY CAN OR I WILL LITERALLY DIE!!!!

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Oy, Azfih :) Don't die. Tell you what, while you wait for healer ep13, why don't you just join me after work and stalk JCW or Yoo Jitae? C'mon, you can do it! :)

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Will do Anna. Just got home from volunteering and work. Today, while I was doing a menial task in volunteering, I printed out all the brochures upside down. Never happened to me before. My supervisor was super nice about it but she asked me whether I was alright LOOOL

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Ha. This face (http://s1093.photobucket.com/user/goodange/media/04%20New%20Library/04_zps2008a52e.jpg.html) is what I see every minute of everyday, having it wallpapered in my phone weeks ago. I did it to cope with the weekly wait, but lemme tell you, seeing his ridiculous gorgeous face all the time just makes me itch more and more for the next episode.

I NEED to turn on my screen every minute just so I don’t miss him too much, except doing that just makes me miss him even more. It’s exactly like what jb said about Healer’s cliffhangers being painful and gratifying at the same time, which is a sentiment I also share with her.

But, really, we all have to find ways to cope with the —

Oh, wait, my minute is up. Excuse me while I turn my phone screen on again and ogle at this beauty.

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"Oh, wait, my minute is up. Excuse me while I turn my phone screen on again and ogle at this beauty"

LOLOLOLOLOLOL. I'm still laughing my head off at that!

Right! I am so perversely happy at my own anxiety and pain on waiting to find out what comes next.

I think every single one of us Healer Maniacs are masochists in one form or the other.

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You know more than that face, HIS EYES !

OMG HIS EYES.

There have been countless scenes all over where I got lost in them, but just to name a few in this episode

His eyes - when he went to her for help
His eyes - when he hugged her
His eyes - when he hugged her for second time ( SO hot )
His eyes - when she touched his lips
The very next second when he looked at her with that gaze in his eyes, the very next second where he kept staring at her, and
His eyes when he was jealous about park bong soo as healer
His eyes when he smiled
His eyes when he admitted he likes her
His eyes when Myung Hee was looking at him like a mother

His eyes. God, his eyes.

I knew i was powerless against it for sometime but this episode killed me.

After episode, I was lying in bed, staring at ceiling and kept muttering his eyes

His eyes. His eyes. His eyes. His eyes.

I need to stop, I should stop !

His eyes. Man, his eyes.

I am pretty sure they are a HUGE reason!

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@ polaris yaya Anna azfih hawoojinruinedme_nowhealerisruiningmetoo

Why folks, it seems we have a full house today. Long line for the spring chairs to spring you in butt first. Why don't you just opt for being dunked in feet first? We do provide drool proof boots, afterall.

I know the sunbathing is a huge draw and adding the gym was probably a bad idea. But my skin's getting pale after doctoring indoors for hours, and I need more exercise.

Can we boot out any of the over-stayers? They are wrinkling up in the pool. Maybe we should equip the pools with ejection seats. Got sprung in, get sprung out ... fair is fair. :D

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omg I so agree with you his eyes are gorgeous, and his hands, I couldn't take my eyes off of his hand when they reached for the pajamas

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I love his expressive eyes...

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For me it's his upper lip. Like it's kinda drippy in the middle and that is all kinds of hot.

And his eyebrows when he looks concerned...

And according to his childhood picture he should wear glasses - when I see glasses my fetish plays up. :>

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@sephora13 yes, his hands too. Like we are all transfixed like Young Shin.

@Pollywood - same pinch at your glass fetish.I find them quite sexy, and especially when he was wearing the nerdy one in car.
And his lips are yummy for sure.

I didn't this was gonna become JCW body analyzing thread!

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TT___TT seriously he gives these looks
and I am also adding his hands to my list. All those hand shots got to me *_* when he squeeze her hand in Episode 11 snfsnfsfj

he makes me giddy, i loose all ability to eloquently express my emotions.

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OMG I LOVE THIS DIVYRUS.

ok. then. I'm gonna go watch the episode just to confirm the eyes all over again LOL

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Hot damn.

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@Diyvirus
i couldn't more angry with you *wink*
i'm feel like i'll have an HEART ATTACK
everytime i see his DEEP GAZE..
ohmaaigooodnesss

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@divyrus

yes those EYES, those sexy, expressive eyes! how does JCW do it? all of his emotions, the state of his heart, the angst, all are made known through his eyes! and those stare, those looks, oh my gawd, it melts my heart, lucky PMY she gets all of those!!!

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@azfih So how was the viewing when all you noticed was his eyes??? There is only one friend who loves kdramas and she has not started Healer yet (WORK it seems *rolls eyes*) and all I had to do was send one pic of JCW and she went all gorgeuous yummy eyes and immediately started download :D

Power of him and his eyes.

@NovaKarlina @rigby

All I end up wondering is how PMY remembers all her lines so well after all the butterflies she would have in her stomach! She would definitely have them right?

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@divyrus

Thanks for asking. If you wouldn't mind, I analyzed all the scenes you mentioned and also would like to add another of my favorite "eye scene" myself.

His eyes when he is holding her hand in the theater during the date. It's so wistful, so longing, so sad, soo ...............

*sorry could not continue because my body has turned in a puddle on the floor and my fingers hence cannot type anymore*

Could someone hit the play button again to one of the episodes, so I can continue watching his eyes? Thanks!

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Yess, well said! How can you describe it so well!!!
I agree 100%
His eyes are captivating me.
:D :D :D

No. 2 is His lips. make me wanna k*** him. ehm. *blushing
:p
I'm officially his fan now. LOL.

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@Divyrus

Somebody needs to turn that into a poem.

Ode to His Eyes

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His.talking.eyes. *_______*

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@azfih Theater date scene, Yes!
If we keep going back, there are just so many scenes in so many episodes. Now that you had said, am gonna make a new list!

@JCW fan - His lips are distracting for sure. My eyes automatically move there. ;)

@Gidjet - Ode to his eyes! So true!

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Drrooooooollllfizzleblurpleeeegahhhhhhh

Uhhuh. I second all those.....eyes.....

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I have him as my phone screen as well! http://www.koreandrama.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Healer1.jpg
Of course it's cropped where I just see him from the chest up. He replaced Seo In Guk in High School King of Savvy. I totally brag about him whenever I'm using my phone in front of people I know (I haven't gotten to the stage of bragging to strangers...yet).

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Hahhaaa, the bragging part is really good!

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Ah, I'm the same too!! Changing my wallpaper from Seo In Guk to Healer ya!!

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LOL Crysta, you're picture was much more HD so I changed my current picture to yours! Thanks for sharing :D

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So pretty and yet so manly! ^^

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Good to see you again hawoojinruinedme xD This drama pulled me out of lurking again, and I love how we gravitate towards similar dramas xD
And aw gosh, Imma iron that gorgeous picture on a shirt or something. What a hunk!
I honestly could not agree more with what you're saying xD The wait between episodes is honestly super painful, I'm honestly going to start dreaming of Ji Chang Wook (the beautiful) at this rate <3

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Picture of Lee Junki has been my phone lock screen for the longest time and now.. finally.. replaced by the one man that has officially made all of us zombies!
My consolation while waiting for the next episode...

If I'm not following Healer weekly and choose to marathon all 20 episodes instead, I think I would skip meals and toilet for 20 hours straight.

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Sign me up!

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@GB

All aboard, Doc!

I've been very busy on the front desk as we're stormed by overwhelming number of "patients"... aaargh, I was almost ran down three times during the drool pool stampede, and four times at the only convenience store on the gutter, for the Wooky Gum-gum... darn! *regretting the advertisement*

And yes... I'm so sorry to inform that as of now, our Wooky Gum-gum are out-of-stock due to high demands... but need not worry, I've already ordered a truckload, coming tonight so to satisfy your cravings for the excruciating week ahead.

Only this time, only 1 gum-gum per patient is allowed, as to cater all the new and upcoming ones.

Oh.. BTW... proceeds of the Wooky Gum-gum will go to our fund to purchase the new black springy chair for our pool #5 (the one with sunbathing facilities).

Kyaa!!!! :)

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You've got your work cut out for you polaris .... lotsa patients today. The good news is that we've got new staff too. Bojana will be joining us with a poster of a topless JCW. Isn't that great?!!! (Please see 96.1.1.1.1 and 96.1.1.1.2 for the staff hiring details :) )

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but i really think i'll need 2 gum-gum's...please....

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Sorry, we really must pass out only one per person. Our supplier is manufacturing as fast as he can, but unfortunately it's not enough to keep up with demand. Think, on the bright side, one gum is enough to keep you from dying from cardiac arrest after each episode!

We apologize however that you will have to suffer the actual pain of cardiac arrest, insomnia, dehydration, seizures, and other illnesses by yourself as we cannot pass out the second helping of Wooky Gum.

If you would like to reduce your symptoms, many have stated that long gazes at the cause of your illness is one way to calm down an overheated heart. But I have my suspicions about that. Wouldn't it only throw you into cardiac arrest even faster?

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On the medical charts it seems we have an up and down or bell shaped curve. Connect with anything JCW, the line slopes down. Immediately after disconnecting, line slopes up ... palpitations, breathlessness, cold sweat now appearing as well.

So the only sure fire calming remedy (it is NOT a cure .... remember we do not cure, and we offer no hope), ... is to gaze again at anything JCW, ... preferably shirtless *heart quickens* ... and abs-tastic or broody with bangs and totally eye-tastic. *starting to hyperventilate*

Quick!, pass me the wooky gum-gum!!!

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i am afraid i am on this ship TT___TT
i am obsessed, i am healerholic

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I'm more afraid of the state I'm going to be left at when this drama ends. TT______TT

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Why speak of such blasphemy? Healer will never end! He watches over us, he lives in our hearts and our dreams! He is always with us, that is until Ji Chang Wook goes to the army, because I don't know how I will be able deal with 2 years without my healer.
Also did anybody realize how cold his warehouse apartment was? You can see his breath! Also his nipples are perked in those shirtless scenes!!! (I can't be the only one who saw that right?)
Oppa do you need need me to keep you warm? ???

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Oh I have to rewatch all his scenes in his place :D

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LOL at his perky nipples
yea is really cold in there
i dont even want to think about him going to the army, i hope he does another drama before. I need more Ji Chang Wook in my life.

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LOL at the perky nipple...i think i need to rewatch that part...puuuaahahahah!

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I am really afraid of that too :( i dont think i can ever find another drama as good

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I really like your name mostly because I love Nutella. Wish I thought of it first. Hihi

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Ji Chang Wook likes it too ^__^

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B7U2R0xCQAAsh3d.jpg:large

Yea i love nutella <33 everything is better with nutella

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I think I need to buy Nutella tomorrow. LOL

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Sigh. He's just too cute to be real.

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You know I had one semblance of reality left before this episode !

I pointedly stayed out of comments-mania( I swim through, but always held myself back so that I don't get lost in it) , all so that I didn't want my hype and excitement to overshadow the episode or drama.

Cuz sometimes, you set yourself a very high bar for a drama and even when its so good, it always feel short of expectations ! I didn't want to happen it to healer for myself !

But gawd, isn't this drama consistent ! Consistently GOOD ! Like the way you lose all semblance of outside world while watching, this was one awesome episode. The best for me I guess.

So here am helplessly requesting admittance !
I TRIED TO STAY AWAY. I TRIED.

But it was futile ! Am letting it in completely!!!!!
There is still space left right? :P

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I meant to add Divyrus too to that queue, but on second thoughts ... we'll make a special space for you ... in the ER ... aha, the Emergency Room ... if all you're seeing are his Eyes when there are also his hands, his smile, his abs, his everything .... you really need the ER ... resistence perhaps, maybe, could be ... futile? :D

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Its TOTALLY futile.

Yes, ER please. Can we please have his eyes posted somewhere???

I think that would be enough to make me faint, no anaesthetic required!

I promise to use up the club's resources as little as possible and just sit silently drooling at his eyes!
I dont even need drool proof boots, I would rather drown in my own drool!!!

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You're a lost cause, I'm sad to say. But we did promise that we'd never cure you ... it's in the indemnity clause. :D

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Hey Kiddos,
We have another patient under Comment 96.1 and a volunteer therapist under Comment 96.1.1

Give them the usual warm welcome, why don't you?

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I'm on my way to create a mural of his eyes in different states for you. That should satisfy you.....or just make you hungry for more. Doc, our job is truly quite difficult. XD

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@ Skyofblue

If you just photoshop away the shirt, you can have the eyes and the abs, that's not too difficult a job is it?

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@SkyOfBlue YES YES :D
Am seriously thinking of making a poster and hanging it in my room !
I haven't done that in last 3 years, thought I had grown too old for it, apparently not !!!
And I would gladly add your mural as well !

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I am all the above. I wait and wait and wait for you guys recap of the episodes even though I know that in my part of the world, they come out at 11 pm every monday and tuesday. I always watch the epsiodes without subs because I cannot function normally if I don't know what has happened when the episode comes out. Gosh.....what has this drama done to me!

Gosh...it's just been an amazing ride and it's getting even better. Will she or will she not find out?!!!!

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okay, okay I'm in. I didn't think that I was that addicted and then I changed my phone background to Healer-ya. I guess I just need to fully embrace the crazy and dive right in. But, can I wear a hazmat suit? I'm slightly germophobic and not sure how long I can stay if I'm thinking about all the drool mixing together and touching me...maybe you can slowly pull me out of my hazmat suit one episode at a time. Of course, if JCW comes around I'll be out of that thing faster than Healer-ya can scale a building.

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My name is dramasarelife and I am a healerholic! This drama ..that man and his eyes. Drool pool count me in!

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ahh i also call myself a healerholic
Ji Chang Wook is killing me with this character

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Count me as heallerholic too..
or in my case: healermaniac
I even can see a young man dressed in all black running in roofftop everytime i passed those tall building on my way to my work place.
Is it the side effect of NO PREVIEW in this episode?
*pulled my co-worker's hair*
i think i'll crazy seriously T.T

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lol we are now on the next stage of Healer disease
helearmaniacs ^^
I need preview too, i just saw the text preview but it just makes me more curious. Hopefully we will get a video soon

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Sign me up!!!!!!
I did some awesome vacationing, college trips, volunteering in no-internet rural areas. I was quite bummed when college started again, reality came crashing back but then HEALER happened and I'm so glad to say that college started because it means I'm at one place with STABLE INTERNET which means timely HEALING DOSES! which keeps me sane.
As for my love for healer I have some tech savvy reasons, artistic and what not but my absolute shallow reason is the entity of healer himself. I have loved superheroes from always but as I grew up the whole idea of somebody like superman or spiderman existing became impossible. somebody being so cool and selfless?? impossible, being an alien, bitten by spider?? impossible. But then Healer became answers to my childhood fantasies

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Ha! It's so true. Healer makes me want to watch Return of superman again ( although I only watched it the first time because of my brothers)

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How is it, GB, that you manage to express every single sentiment my mushy brain is going through? I've a test in two days on what appears to be the entirety of Western philosophers, and here I am drooling over Ji Chang Wook (the beautiful, sexy adfj;lajsdl) and this incredible show.
It's so good to see you again since Liar Game btw xD

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Seriously, all I can think about is Healer. My concentration went and died in a hole somewhere.

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"My concentration went and died in a hole somewhere."

LOL. I feel your pain.

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