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Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim: Bonus Episode

Since we’ve all been such faithful fans, the drama gods have granted us an extra episode to return to Doldam and say a final goodbye to all our favorite characters. I was expecting the episode to be composed of a series of vignettes, and to maybe focus on a few mundane yet adorable moments between characters (or maybe a string of flashbacks), but this episode turned out to be closer to what we’ve come to expect at Doldam, which are high-stakes, complex moral questions, and as always, a touch of romanticism.

 

 
Appendix: “The Beginning of Everything”

Early in the morning, Ki-tae receives two letters—one for Dong-joo, and another for Dr. Nam. Given the text on the cover of the envelope, Ki-tae surmises that Dr. Nam’s letter contains the ruling on his pending malpractice case, while Dong-joo’s is a bit more mysterious, with the sender being the Mayo Clinic. The content of both letters has Ki-tae itching with curiosity, but both physicians excuse themselves in order to open them privately.

In his office, Dong-joo pulls out a folded paper from the envelope, but before he can read what’s inside, Seo-jung barges into his office. She immediately asks about it, but instead of answering, he brushes her off and takes off with the letter.

Afterward—and without much effort—Seo-jung finds a willing leak in the form of Ki-tae, who guesses that it was sent from the U.S. However, before she can speculate about what it might mean, Ki-tae also tells her and Nurse Oh about Dr. Nam’s letter.

Nurse Oh helpfully fills us in on the background of Dr. Nam’s malpractice case: In essence, a young girl died during a surgery from complications. The child’s parents blamed Dr. Nam and proceeded to sue him. The court ruled against him in the first proceeding, but the verdict was overturned, so then the prosecution appealed to a higher court, and those are the results Dr. Nam was waiting for. We switch over to Dr. Nam, who opens the letter and exhales in relief to see that the prosecution’s appeal was denied.

Nurse Oh says that after the incident, Dr. Nam left Geodae, then eventually ended up at Doldam. She also reveals that Dr. Nam was the one who brought Teacher Kim to Doldam, who then brought Nurse Oh. Ki-tae pipes up to add himself to the end of the chain and points out that Nurse Oh brought him over after that. She corrects him, because according to her, Ki-tae actually followed her over.

Seo-jung gets excited to finally learn how everyone assembled, so Nurse Oh also places her into that story, and tells Seo-jung that she arrived around the same time. In fact, Nurse Oh explains, Teacher Kim’s first ever surgery at Doldam was on Seo-jung that fateful night. Aww, how lovely.

Suddenly, Seo-jung turns toward the door and imagines Teacher Kim carrying her past, injured self into the ER. Since the surgeon on call wasn’t available, Teacher Kim took over. He then called Nurse Oh to ask for her help in the surgery.

In voiceover, Seo-jung says:

“Everything has a beginning. And behind every beginning is a cause and a motive. Whether that may be from oneself or from someone else, beginnings create a sense of direction for one’s life to take and those small routes add up to create the map of one’s life. The beginning of everything. But could coincidences and fate, which are stronger than that possibly exist.”

We then return to the moment Teacher Kim sees the mysterious woman in the lobby. Her name is LEE YOUNG-JO (Kim Hye-soo), and she greets Teacher Kim familiarly. On the other hand, Teacher Kim can barely form a sentence as he tries to process her unexpected presence before him.

Young-jo smiles at Teacher Kim’s reaction, then comments on how Doldam looks a bit better than she had expected. She explains that she heard rumors of Teacher Kim’s comeback and followed the news of his heart transplant procedure until she was able to locate him at Doldam.

They continue their conversation in Teacher Kim’s office, and Young-jo lights up to see his old stereo. She pops in Hyun-joo’s tape and finds comfort in the older music. When Teacher Kim asks how long it’s been since she returned to Korea, she answers imprecisely that it has been around three to four years.

Young-jo is floored when Teacher Kim tells her that he’s taken up the hobby of brewing coffee. She reminds him that in the past he used to hate hobbies and other leisurely activities, like going to the movies. She complains that he used to make such a fuss about going on dates with her. Teacher Kim can’t seem to remember ever acting that way, and laughs to himself. She adds a bit wistfully that even his laugh is something new.

Teacher Kim asks for the reasons she’s come to Doldam, since, he notes, she isn’t the type to just drop in. She confesses that there is someone she would like Teacher Kim to operate on. After she explains the patient’s condition, Teacher Kim remarks that the procedure should be simple enough to do by another surgeon—that is, until Young-jo reveals that the patient is HIV-positive.

In the shared office, the younger doctors and Nurse Assistant Park eat ramyun together while Dong-joo broods in the corner. The group guesses Dong-joo’s antisocial mood must have something to do with the letter he received recently. Seo-jung recalls Ki-tae’s intel about the letter being sent from abroad, but keeps the information to herself.

Then, one of the nurses bursts in to tell the crew about Teacher Kim’s mysterious and beautiful guest. Immediately, they ditch their ramyun and hurry over to do some spying; even grumpy In-bum eventually trails after them.

They stack heads outside Teacher Kim’s office, trying to catch a glimpse of the newcomer, when suddenly In-bum and Dong-joo simultaneously get a text from none other than Teacher Kim himself to call them both to Director Yeo’s office.

The commotion has caught the attention of Young-jo, who looks back at the crowd outside with a smile. Caught, they laugh nervously before quickly scattering.

Teacher Kim meets with the boys, Ki-tae, and Nurse Oh to discuss Young-jo’s friend and the logistics of the surgery. The situation is quite grave, as Teacher Kim explains, since given the patient’s high blood pressure, they will need to perform the procedure immediately.

Fearful of ruining Doldam’s reputation, Ki-tae suggests they refuse to operate just like the many other hospitals Young-jo had previously asked. Director Yeo concurs with Ki-tae—given the risks—so Teacher Kim explains that they will not do an open surgery and will take extra precautions to avoid contamination. He’s confident that they will be able to succeed without any problems.

In-bum points out that no matter how careful they are, there is still a risk of exposure. Furthermore, In-bum adds, if they do the surgery, then they will need to sanitize everything thoroughly afterward, which will mean that they will be down one OR for two days while it is being cleaned.

Taking a more moderate approach, Dong-joo expresses concern over Teacher Kim’s injured wrist and its limited mobility. Teacher Kim glosses over both their concerns and goes right to Director Yeo to ask for his consent.

In the shared office, Seo-jung waits for the meeting to end so that she can get the details. She glances nosily over to Dong-joo’s belongings and pulls out his letter.

Though we don’t hear Director Yeo’s answer directly, Teacher Kim returns to his office and tells Young-jo to bring the patient to Doldam. Meanwhile, Ki-tae complains to Nurse Oh about the situation, going so far as to even claim that Teacher Kim’s judgment is being blinded by his feelings for Young-jo.

Ki-tae then begs Nurse Oh to persuade Teacher Kim to change his mind. However, Nurse Oh says that she sides with Teacher Kim’s decision.

Dong-joo and In-bum return to the shared office after their meeting, where they continue to argue over Teacher Kim’s decision. Distracted by what she saw in Dong-joo’s letter, Seo-jung belatedly asks the boys what their meeting was about. Dong-joo fills her in on the situation and her reaction is notably muted. Dong-joo asks what’s wrong, but she merely blames it on fatigue.

Word about the HIV-positive case travels quickly through Doldam, and soon some of the staff begin panicking and whispering urgently to one another, just as the patient in question arrives. The staff’s anxiety visibly shakes the patient until Young-jo takes her hand the tells her not to mind them.

With her friend in hand, Young-jo confidently strolls through Doldam in search of Teacher Kim, and passes by Dr. Song, who recognizes her (though the recognition isn’t reciprocal). Dr. Song tells Ki-tae that Young-jo is a general surgeon who graduated at the same time that he did, then joined Doctors Without Borders afterward. He adds that she and Teacher Kim dated in the past.

In his office, Teacher Kim checks the patient’s blood pressure and explains what he has in mind regarding the operation. The patient agrees to his plan, and so Teacher Kim asks Nurse Oh to prepare the patient for surgery.

Once they’re alone, Teacher Kim tells Young-jo that the patient’s condition is much worse than he imagined. Young-jo says she understands before thanking Teacher Kim for helping, but Teacher Kim tells her not to mind it.

With the patient admitted into the hospital, Teacher Kim asks either Dong-joo or In-bum to volunteer to be his surgical assistant. In-bum turns away, somewhat shamefaced, but looks up in surprise when Dong-joo calmly accepts the request. Dong-joo then reiterates his concern about Teacher Kim’s wrist and offers to helm the procedure.

Teacher Kim dismisses his concerns again and proceeds to list off some additional safety precautions to avoid transmission before heading off to do his own preparations. When Teacher Kim is gone, In-bum asks Dong-joo if he’s scared of getting infected. With a grin, he tells In-bum that he doesn’t think he’s that unlucky in life.

Dong-joo heads over to the ER and finds Seo-jung there. He checks on her, and after getting a curt answer, he asks if she’s upset with him. She feigns ignorance and asks if there is something he’s done that she should be mad about. When he denies it, she also denies being upset with him at all. In-soo then pulls Seo-jung away to help with a patient before Dong-joo can press for more details.

In the hall, Yeon-hwa overhears the HIV-positive patient speaking in Chinese on the phone with her daughter. The patient’s voice cracks slightly as she lies that she is well. In-bum joins Yeon-hwa to ask her what the patient is saying, so Yeon-hwa explains that the patient’s daughter doesn’t seem to know about her mother’s condition. They share a beat together, their expressions soft with worry.

After finalizing a few more details with his surgical team, Teacher Kim prepares to enter the OR, when suddenly Ki-tae and Dr. Song step into his path to ask him to reconsider once more. Ki-tae expresses concern that Teacher Kim is putting Doldam at risk in order to fulfill a personal agenda.

Dr. Song asserts that Teacher Kim would have refused if it wasn’t Young-jo who personally requested it. Young-jo, who has overheard their accusations, steps in to take responsibility for the difficulty of her request. She understands the high risks involved and the frightening possibility of transmission, but she points out that the most frightening thing is their discrimination.

She asks that they try not to let their fear cloud their ability to make clear and compassionate decisions regarding a person’s life.

Dr. Nam is the first to announce that he’s going into the OR. On the side, he tells Young-jo that they’ll catch up later with a smile, and Young-jo looks back at him gratefully. With Ki-tae admonished, and just as it seems as if the opposition has backed down, Seo-jung receives a call notifying them of an incoming patient with gunshot wounds.

Things look dire when the new patient enters. The EMT explains that the man was hit by stray shotgun pellets while hunting a wild boar. Seo-jung helps Teacher Kim assess the damage, but it quickly becomes clear that the patient will also need emergency surgery.

Meanwhile in the OR, Dr. Nam preps their other patient for surgery. Nurse Oh uses the downtime to ask Dr. Nam about his malpractice ruling. He confesses that although the results were favorable for him, the situation isn’t something he wants to feel happy over, since someone still died. Nurse Oh replies understandingly before swiftly moving on to inquire after Dong-joo’s mysterious letter.

Dong-joo seems rather taken aback that Nurse Oh is aware of the letter’s existence at all. Nurse Oh then asks if Seo-jung has said anything, since she also knows about it. He sighs to himself, finally realizing the reason for Seo-jung’s earlier behavior.

From out in the ER, Teacher Kim calls the OR team to brief them on the growing situation. He instructs Dong-joo to operate on the patient with the buckshot wounds instead, but they encounter a complication when Teacher Kim realizes that Dong-joo can’t lead the procedure, since he doesn’t have the right experience.

Young-jo presents a solution by offering her skills in operating on the gunshot patient, since she has a lot of experience in the field with those kind of wounds. She’ll guide Dong-joo through the procedure while Teacher Kim operates on the HIV-positive patient.

As Teacher Kim scrubs his hands clean before entering the OR, he winces in pain and clutches his wrist, but continues with his prep. Inside the OR, he’s shocked to see two new additions: Yeon-hwa and In-bum.

In-bum offers to hold the laparoscopy and lead the surgery since Teacher Kim’s wrist is still healing, and the procedure requires a lot of wrist motion. In-bum adds that he has one previous experience in this specific procedure (though not on an HIV-positive patient). And when Teacher Kim doesn’t respond, In-bum promises that he isn’t lying this time.

In the two ORs, both teams begin with their procedures without much difficulty. Young-jo ‘guides’ Dong-joo well, but can’t seem to help herself from taking over occasionally. At some point, there appears to be a break down in the lines of responsibilities between the two surgeons, and soon they are working in tandem to remove the pellets, perfectly in sync.

Outside, Seo-jung learns a little bit about Teacher Kim and Young-jo’s past from Dr. Song. In short, the nature of their relationship was not unlike Seo-jung and Dong-joo’s, in the sense that they were constantly at each other’s throats. So much so that Dr. Song was certain they’d end up killing one another eventually. Instead, he soon noticed that they were inseparable.

Dr. Song cites the long distance (after Teacher Kim went to work in Cleveland for a bit and Young-jo shipped out to work with Doctors Without Borders) as the reason for their eventual breakup. Seo-jung repeats the reason to herself as she gets a faraway look in her eyes.

In his OR, In-bum removes the tumor successfully and begins wrapping up the procedure. With one surgery winding down, Teacher Kim heads over to check on Dong-joo and Young-jo, who are making great progress on their end. They are preparing to move down to the pellets in the thigh, so Teacher Kim asks if they will be fine without an orthopedic doctor.

In response, Young-jo simply begins cutting into the patient’s leg to remove more pellets. She explains that in a war zone, it doesn’t matter what a doctor’s speciality is, especially when they are fighting against the clock and working without the right resources. She asks poignantly if they can fathom such a world existing alongside the one they live in.

After both operations are complete, Young-jo and Teacher Kim convene for a cup of coffee. Young-jo watches Teacher Kim amusedly as he brews her a cup, still intrigued by his new hobby.

She then launches into a story about the last place she was stationed while working abroad. She tells Teacher Kim that their area was bombed, and though everyone died, she did not cry. Instead, she felt anger, wondering self-pityingly why such a thing happened to her. That anger led her to fear and hate others.

With tears in her eyes, she says that she feels as if she’s lost her way. Teacher Kim points out that she still worked so hard on behalf of the HIV-positive patient, so she must not be as lost as she thinks. She replies that her doing so was mostly out of habit rather than a higher moral calling, but then adds that she was curious to see Teacher Kim again.

The thought prompts her to ask if Teacher Kim is happy with his life now. He replies introspectively that he used to be an idiot who couldn’t enjoy things like drinking coffee or watching movies with the woman he liked, but all things considered, he feels as if he’s doing well.

Taking notice of her still somber expression, Teacher Kim offers his shoulder for her to lean on. He moves to sit next to her, and she places her head on him. Tiredly, she asks, “How did we let all those years pass us by?” It’s not a question Teacher Kim can answer, so he sits silently beside Young-jo as she closes her eyes.

Elsewhere, Seo-jung dolls herself up and gives herself a little pep talk before facing Dong-joo, who is waiting for her outside. She suggests they go on a date, since they both have things they want to say. Dong-joo is a little flustered by her suggestion, but he lets himself be pulled along anyway.

On their way, Seo-jung ropes Teacher Kim into taking a photo with the two of them. He resists at first, but then gives in at the end. Seo-jung isn’t done and proceeds to drag Dong-joo all over Doldam to take funny snapshots with everyone they know and love. Oh, is this for the memories?

Their last stop is the OR, and Dong-joo finally finds a moment to ask what’s gotten into her. She doesn’t avoid the answer, and tells him directly that she’s planning to send him off, but she realized that they barely had any photos together.

He asks where he’s being sent to, so she admits that she saw his letter. She promises that she’ll be fine and that, like Teacher Kim and Young-jo, she’ll always respect his path. When he asks how much of the letter she’s read, she says that she only actually read the front, so he pulls out the letter and has her read it herself.

Oh, it’s a rejection letter! Hahaha! He tells her that he was too embarrassed to show her, but is offended that she decided everything on her own. She’s thrilled, of course, but her happiness is proportional to Dong-joo’s humiliation. He swears that even if he got accepted he wouldn’t have gone, or at least, he wouldn’t have gone without her.

She reaffirms that if their professional lives diverge, she will accept his decision, but he doesn’t want that. Dong-joo accuses her of acting old-fashioned and feels disappointed that she came to such a conclusion, then proceeds to sulk alone.

Coquettishly, she leans over and whispers the three words he’s been longing to hear most: “I love you.” He can’t believe it and asks to hear it once more, but she totally denies it. They playfully flirt back and forth as the sound of chaos from another busy day in the ER echoes through the halls.

Outside, Young-jo takes one last glance at Doldam before walking away into the night.

Later, Seo-jung asks Nurse Oh how she and Teacher Kim first met. Before answering she lowers her voice and says it was at “the police station.”

We go back in time to that very moment, where a young Nurse Oh was being questioned by a police officer for slapping a patient. She defended herself, stating indignantly that the man grabbed her butt. The patient denied ever doing so, which pushed Nurse Oh to begin screaming at him to admit it. This is so hilarious.

Meanwhile, in that very same room, Teacher Kim received a similar lecture for beating some guys up. Hahaha! He explained that he was protecting a student from a pair of thugs. As fate would have it, a man nearby passed out from blood loss.

Teacher Kim leaped into action and began performing some emergency first aid. Naturally, Nurse Oh joined him in stopping the bleeding. Teacher Kim then asked her questions about the nearest hospital (where she worked), and asked if they had the tools to perform a specific procedure. Nurse Oh replied that they did, but it mostly depended on the skill of the doctor, so Teacher Kim had grumbled that he was more than capable of doing it.

Then, they exchanged names and shook hands, thereby cementing a long, long friendship.

 
COMMENTS

It’s hilarious and cheeky for the show to make their very last medical issue be about contamination, given the amount of blood that’s been squirted into people’s eyes throughout the series. I tend not to be too freaked out about those medical risks because I’ve come to accept it as a simple way to make things more dramatic, but that being said, I did find this show to be a little heavy-handed in that very specific department.

Kim Hye-soo’s portrayal of Young-jo was brave, confident, and nostalgic in all the right moments, but there was a point in the episode when I felt like we didn’t really need her to be there. What I mean is, I liked Young-jo as a character, but in terms of using her and her shared past with Teacher Kim to learn more about our favorite crotchety surgeon, I don’t know that we got that much new information. There were some insights, but overall it felt a bit meager. That’s why I kind of wish it was a fun episode where we got to see what everyone does in their downtime, or one where we tied up loose ends from the main story in a comedic way, kind of like that perfect last scene. I also felt as if there was a shortage of Nurse Assistant Park, and I just wish we knew more about him, because there are things about his character that hint at an interesting back story, so I was disappointed not to see more of that.

On the other hand, I could not have imagined anything more wonderful than what we saw in that last scene. Teacher Kim and Nurse Oh meeting in that setting and interacting the way that they did was simply hilarious. I probably could go on and on about how much I enjoyed it, but it’s probably best to just go and watch it if you haven’t already, and if you have, watch it again like I will.

To me, Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim wasn’t a perfect drama—there were a number of things I wished it did differently, but what I ended up loving about this show was how daring it was to allow the ambiguity of a complicated situation to exist between characters without a clear solution, as shown through Dong-joo and Teacher Kim’s final emotional obstacle. Sometimes the show tended to gloss over the lingering effects of certain story threads in favor of moving on to more dramatic territories, and at times I thought it was a shame, but I can honestly say that I’m happy with where we ended up.

After a while, it was easy to predict that the good guys would come out on top, but I was impressed with the show’s ability to still keep every step very entertaining, and perhaps more importantly, it managed to be genuinely moving and heartfelt when I least expected it. This was a show whose fundamental philosophies were to show compassion and live righteously, and to let those ideals lead your way through the gray waters of the world. True to its message, the characters proved time and time again that they would there for each other, ready to make the necessary sacrifices to be there for those in need. It’s a simple but earnest message that truly captured my heart.

I would like to avoid speculating about a second season because it seems like the show left things a little open in case the stars don’t align and it doesn’t happen. To me, it almost felt like this episode was a test to see how the show could continue, and I was a little surprised to feel somewhat convinced that it could. Second seasons are often very tricky creatures, so if this is all we ever get, then I leave Doldam with some wonderfully warm memories.

 

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Huhu. Now its really over! *Applause*

I agree it had some ups and downs but I think its what made it more enjoyable. I always had this opinion that if a series doesnt make u talk/discuss, then its kind of bland/boring.

Thanks for everything, show! And thanks for the recaps and the interesting thoughts / discussion threads! Will keep ur lessons to heart as I study for my boards! ?

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Aloha, Lessa!

Thanks so much for sharing your medical insights. Best wishes for success with your studies and boards. Break a leg! Hwaiting! ;-)

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THank You!

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Thank you! :D

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Lots of luck on your boards, Lessa! I passed them so if I pass them anyone can ?

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All the best for your Boards Lessa!
Hwaiting! ??❤

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Thank u!!!

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Good luck, Lessa! We Beanies are cheering you on! Hwaiting!

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Thanks!! :DDDD

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YES, this is one of the most heartwarming dramas I saw in 2016.
It has just the right amount of idealism, a hero stubbornly sticking to his guns even in that god-forsaken backwoods of a hospital where he landed.
The conflicts between characters, within each character were also well presented. And there were no "cardboard" characters, even those on the bad side were just as human as those on the good side.
YES, it wasn't a perfect drama, there were loose ends. We could have used some backstory about Nurse Park and Yeon-hwa.
I also think we could have done away with introducing a love angle for Master Kim Sabu. But, you are right Murasakimi, I think the bonus episode is a test run of sorts for a season 2. :) :) :)

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There are standard procedures to avoid contamination and infection in most hospitals re operating on HIV patients; it's no biggie.

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The episode was entertaining, but it was incredibly distracting that they used HIV positive and AIDS interchangeably. They are not the same thing and medical professionals should know this. Aside from that it was a solid ending, not the best, but solid. I enjoyed the show and hope to see more of all the actors.

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I know what you mean about the HIV and AIDS usage oh and their reaction to it. I fund myself yelling at the screen HIV positive is not the same as AIDS. It took away from the episode a little.

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I felt the exact same way and my eyes were about to roll out of my head at their reaction to a HIV positive patient. As a medical professional here in the US, we treat everyone as if they are HIV positive as a standard precaution. I'm not sure if standards are different in Korea but the blown out reaction of the medical staff was unrealistic as they are usually educated on it. With safety measures in place, transmission is very low. This was very distracting throughout the episode. I can understand it working for a drama like Thank You where the general public has a poor understanding of it, but these are top class surgeons and they should not be reacting the same way. I wish it would have been toned down a bit so the finale would have ended at its best. However, it was a wonderful series and I enjoyed its run even with its flaws!

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Ah. Good thing to know, I wondered if it really was *that* bad, to have a HIV positive patient to perform surgery.

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Their portrayal of how the Doldam's staff reacted to the HIV-positive patient was a little inconsistent with what they are as a team.
In the face of how they have fought to save lives, taking in any patient that came to the ER, it was so many step backwards that was totally out of character. Why such a reaction that can only come from prejudice...
Oh well, maybe it was just the writer's way of again presenting a slice of life or reality... that there are people who think this way even within the medical profession.
But in the end, it did not take much away from what was overall, a very good drama.

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Hahahaha. I see what you did there. APPENDIX. Hahahahaha! :P

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Did anybody notice that Dong joo asked for 'kal' in the OR instead of 'messer' for the scalpel. And the rejection letter from Mayo used 'hi' as opening to address Dong joo as recipient and written 'sorry' for the rejection??? Is that normal for formal letter? Though over all I am happy with the way they end the show. One more, why they did not tell us what actually happen 20 years ago. The one mentioned by Chairman Shin. Do they plan for season 2? Hopefully?

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At least they did not use "Yo! What's up?!"

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LOL!

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"Dear Dr. Kang,
Thank you for your application for a general surgery fellowship in 2018. I regret to inform you that we have already filled the available positions, and invite you to reapply for openings in 2019."

is more like it. Sheesh.

Did anyone else notice that that was not a standard #10 business envelope? In the US, envelopes normally have the flap along the top, not the end (unless they have clasps).

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like.....i get you guys but this was literally a short plotline and that letter was shown for about 3 mins max in the whole episode i dont think they wouldve really cared much about what went into the letter or how it looked??? and neither do i tbh lmao

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Recovering ESL teacher here. Mimosa's question sounded serious to me, so I answered it. ;-)

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Yes, I noticed that wrong-end flap right away! The other thing that got me in this episode was Dong Joo carrying Master Kim by piggyback after the ice crash incident when they are already in medical center. Use a stretcher already, for crying out loud!!!!

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Old habits die hard. Doldam Standard Operating Procedure. ;-)

Or maybe Dong-joo was paying Kim Sa Bu back for carting Seo-jung down off the mountain. ;-)

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Oh my! I haven't had time to watch this episode yet but you can bet it's the first time I'm going to do when I have the time.

Thank you for all the recaps murasakimi! Agree with you about the irony about the contamination throughout the show, it was (and still is) my biggest pet peeve about the episodes. But kudos (again!) to the writer for finding another controversial topic like HIV and shedding some light on it.

Reminds me of Thank You (2007)- a non medical kdrama that also touched on HIV in the most human ways possible. It has Jang Hyuk and Gong Hyo Jin and a phenomenal child actress, so the acting is top notch and I highly recommend it even though it's old. Feel the nostalgia from the old flip phones! Haha.

And finally, last medicap from me ? Apologies for the delay!
Till the next drama, medical or otherwise!

https://mydramalesslife.wordpress.com/2017/01/20/final-medicap-romantic-doctor-teacher-kim-episode-18-20/

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Thank you for all of the medicaps throughout the drama! They're always so interesting. I can't wait for the next medical drama that you medicap again :P

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Thank you so much @Michykdrama!!

I just wanted you to know I've been reading your blog, and trying (mostly failing) to follow all your amazing medicaps. Coming from a layperson's viewpoint, I really appreciated all your brilliance and your knowledge, which helped me look forward to and enjoy all the medical scenes Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim.

Happy Chinese (and Korean) New Year!

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Thank you for all the medicaps Michykdrama <3!

I haven't seen it yet either. I just don't want it to end lol.

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@Michykdrama,

Brava!

Thanks for another elegantly clear medicap. This one on aortic dissection is fascinating.You have a gift for translating complex concepts into plain English, and great taste in illustrations to boot! Daebak!

Thanks for using your precious personal time to share medical knowledge that enhances viewer understanding of the show. It has been an honor and blessing to read your medicaps.

See you over at the VOICE recaps. ;-)

PS -- Hope your little fella is feeling and sleeping better.

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Wow, this drama was so great! I'm really going to miss my Doldam drama every Monday-Tuesday. Thanks for a great drama!

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Thanks for the recap!
I loved this final episode and its willingness to keep pushing on even when they could have coasted.

I had to google "HIV hospitals refusing to treat" to see if that really is a thing. Maybe Show wanted to explain how simple it is to avoid contamination? The MERS episode showed how the airborne viruses are worse than blood-borne, didn't it?

Common practice is to treat all blood as carrying infection so that you are always on guard. I was so relieved when they finally put on the eye guards.
Even if you weren't worried about infection, wouldn't it make it difficult to keep working with something in your eye?

YYS is so handsome, by the way. He looks good in everything they put on him, and I loved how they styled his hair.
I hope he is up for another 20 ep drama again, soon!

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The wonder of YYS getting hotter and hotter with every passing episode! I love how he is not a boyish flower boy type but a proper sexy man, classically tall, dark and handsome. Looking forward to his comeback to the Kdrama land.

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I beg to differ about YYS being dark, because I was always gawking at how fair he is! He had consistent skin tone from his chest to his face , and near pale too!

But I agree with everything else, he gets more and more handsome as the episodes go on <3

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And it's over and I'm sobbing, but Kim Sabu in leather has me swooning. Han Seok Kyu is so damn fine <3

I prefer to avoid speculation or ships when possible but I found it pretty sweet that we ended on Nurse Oh and Kim Sabu's first meeting (we still don't even know how Doctor Nam and Kim Sabu met!) and I love how sweetly and maturely his past relationship with Youngjo was handled. I also loved how what we heard of young Kim Sabu mirrors young Dongjoo: hot-headed and focused on his goals. No wonder they get along so well, now!

And I'm not sure if everyone has been following the BTS SBS posts but after that scene where Kim Sabu was dragged out for a selfie, Han Seok Kyu adlibbed saying: "Ey, those two are definitely dating."
Too bad it was cut, but if anyone wanted to see Kim Sabu's reaction to the barley tea couple, check it out on youtube!!

There's nothing better than leaving a show knowing that all its characters are going to be okay. And to know that somewhere in the dramaverse there'll be an amazing hospital with a somewhat grouchy, wise, gorgeous doctor (with a penchant for leather and trenchcoats) in charge, his feisty best-friend (perhaps something more?) head nurse who also has a penchant for the same and a whole host of avengers who support him will always put a smile on my face. Thank you, Kim Sabu and the Doldam Avengers for inspiring me and teaching me so much more than I ever imagined a show could <3

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share the link~

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Here it is! :D watch?v=qdcmsv0NIDE
From 0:36-0:42 :)

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@shalini Aww, thanks. Seen it! Aww kinda wish they include it into the episode

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Omigosh, thank you for sharing! ♥♥♥

I need to look up more BTS clips. ^^

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Dr. Nam and Teacher Kim met most likely during their days in Geodae Hospital since Dr. Nam left Geodae after his medical litigation.

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teacher kim and dr. name probably went to med school together since dr.nam also knew yong joo

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Thanks for recapping this show.

I hope there is a season 2!

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Just finished ep. 21st. I want more! I definitely HOPE we have season 2. It was quite an open ending without the lose ends exactly. But, I would love to see more. Even 21 episodes don't feel enough. T_T

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Where did you watch this episode? I can't find it.

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No kiss?!! :'(

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Yes a bit disappointed. But i think their last romance scene pretty sweet and so romantic. Finally Seo Jung can said that words.

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for some reason kim hyesoo looks so big next to teacher kim haha

loved this little show that could. gonna miss the doldam peanut gallery the most.. i wish they'd fire dr.song tho, even though he's there mostly for comedy but the man is a menace in the OR!

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'Do you need it?'
'Can I borrow it?'

huhuhu...I want to borrow it :)

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With John Lennon's poignant song Oh My Love floating in the background, the scene felt like the epitome of Romantic...Teacher Kim proved himself to be a true romanticist in the end. So like him to offer the shoulder to lean on to another doctor who feels "lost".

I loved the way the scene was shot to mirror-reflect the sweet scene of our OTP in the breakroom. Kim Saboo is once again depicted as an older double of Dongjoo.

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Han Suk Kyu in leather? Too hot to handle ~~

This show will be in my memory as one of drama that I really love.

Off to check more BTS. Not enough of Han Suk Kyu.

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Hawt!!!!

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I know right!!! He's so crazy charismatic and sexy.
I'm surprised women aren't flocking to Doldam Hospital xD

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I think I have sung all my praises for this show before so I will just add some random thoughts while watching episode 21:

-Kim Sabu in leather jacket *rawr*
-His sparks with Nurse Oh in that last scene!
-Call me shallow but I am a bit disappointed that there isn't more lovey dovey scenes for the Barley Tea couple LOL (why were they called this again?). But I do like how they steer away from the oldest Kdrama cliche of all time and didn't send Dr Kang overseas. And he's obviously no Mr Noble-Idiot as well!
-The HIV case - I am so curious on what's Michy Kdrama's medical take on this because it's such a unique case. In real life, what would have occured if this actually happens? And how dangerous is it to the medical team who operates on the patient?
-the writer deliberately leaves some plots open for season 2 right, RIGHT?
-this drama and Jealousy Incarnate - I don't normally say this but give me 50 episodes, or more, and I will take them all! *same casting, of course
-with Kim Tae Hee and Joo Won back on the current headlines, I realise that this show reminded me of the first 1/3 addicting half of Yong Pal BUT this drama never goes downhill (thank God!)

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I loved those sparks at the end too! I found it interesting when Nurse Oh paused when hearing Youngjo speak, smiled and just went into the ER first. Like she was also curious about what kind of person Kim Sabu's past love was and understood after Youngjo's speech.

I could write a whole ode to how much I love Nurse Oh-Kim Sabu's friendly-bordering-on-more relationship and I love how the show chose to end on their meet-cute (and that they both look kind of smitten in those last screencaps!)

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From the 'rejection letter', Seo Jung only remembered word "sorry". I like her cute and lovely voice when said "Dr. Kang!!!".

They so adorable couple *-*

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I thought the same thing as Seo Jung when she saw Dong Joo's letter! Show had me fooled. :P I really thought his blank stares and quiet mood were due to him being conflicted about a new job/experience out of the country.

It warmed my heart when In Bum & Yeo Hwa stepped up and chose to be Teacher Kim's assistants. In Bum made me feel like a proud mama during that surgery.

Enjoyed the extra bit on Dong Joo's and Seo Jung's romance. It's about time she said I love you to him!

I didn't realize how similar Nurse Oh and Teach Kim were until I saw both their past times at the police station! xD

Overall, I liked this bonus episode. Made me smile and made me laugh. I did not have any tears like I did in the previous episode. It helped me move on a little. Still gonna miss the Doldam family. It just feels like we got a peek into their lives for a long moment and now they're back to doing their thing. :)

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I wouldn't say no if this were a multiple season show....
I love the romanticism in the show. Maybe it's because i'm a late 80s kid - growing up with those lesson learned sitcoms.

Also, the characters in the show are so awesome. Would've loved a background story on nurse Park as well.

Goodbye, Doldam Hospital, I shall miss thee.

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Nurse Park is the reincarnated king from Goblin - back this time to save people instead of being a Grim Reaper. How wonderful he's the same actor. Adorable and beautiful and SO SO manly in his angry scenes!

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Thank you murasakimi for the wonderful recaps!!!

RDTK is the first k-drama I watched since episode 1 when it was first aired instead of waiting till the completion of the drama and then binge watch at one go. Hence, I'm emotionally invested in this drama more than I imagined.

RDTK started off like a typical medical romance drama which took a left turn into an almost Dr. House like procedural medical drama and then took a right turn into hospital politics before reaching reaching its destination which is about romantic ideals. Everyone of us might have started watching this drama expecting either a medical romance drama or a medical procedural drama or a hospital politics drama but at the end of the day, we all learnt something about the romantic ideals that the scriptwriter wanted to bring across.

Let me quote a part of the Daesang speech that Han Seok Kyu gave in SBS Drama Awards last year (credits to kshow123 for the translation),
"The biggest reason that I appeared in RDTK was the motive of Writer Kang Eun Kyung. I'd like to finish my acceptance speech reading you that. "I wish the value doesn't die and the beauty doesn't get shallow." It's a passage from a letter by Ko Un, the poet. He must have been an unusual person. "The precious values dying in this age, which are considered rustic and old-fashioned, but actually we all faintly miss, nostalgia to humane things." I think this part is very important. "By what is a man living? Why am I living like this? I wish I can give warm comfort and courage to many people who lost their ways." This was the writer Kang Eun Kyung's intention of planning this drama."

The scriptwriter has successfully imparted these precious values to us through Teacher Kim. We lost some of these values due to societal pressure, and we became Kang Dong Joo in the very first few episodes, Dr. Song or even President Do. RDTK reminds us of the goodness in us that we kept hidden, or we felt that these values were inhibiting ourselves from achieving our 'success'. I'm glad that I watched RDTK because I emerged as a better person.

The ending leaves me yearning for a Season 2 but I guess it will be difficult for Han Seok Kyu to do so as I think he will like to take on other characters of different genre. I don't think I can accept anyone else to be Teacher Kim other than Han Seok Kyu. It is difficult to achieve a balance between a cranky doctor and a warm-hearted teacher. Let's hope that the scriptwriter is able to charm Han Seok Kyu again for a Season 2 to happen.

And I will like to watch more of our Barley Couple!!! More lovey dovey scenes please!!! Although there are only 2 kiss scenes, the total time of them kissing is much longer than other Korean romance drama HAHA.

I thought there would be a backstory for Nurse Eun Tak but I guessed his filming schedule for Goblin might limit his screentime on RDTK so a backstory might be difficult. I guess he is someone with a violent path and...

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Me too! I love the quotes they say, and the theme of people constantly looking for their purpose in life.

'Never give up searching for why we live. If you forget your reason for living, your romantic ideals will end.' Thank you writer-nim :')

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I figured that it was the script that made Han pick this role. He played it brilliantly because he believed in his character and he delivered a charismatic performance on top it.
Message well received Master Kim!

I do hope to experience more work like this in the future and more talented actors who are so refined in their craft to grace Dramaland with their presence.

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Thanks, murasakimi (and tineybeanie, too) for your recaps and commentaries. They've made watching RDTK a true joy.

For once, Dr. Song was actually useful! I nearly fainted. It figures he would be up on ancient scuttlebutt. LOL.

I didn't mind the introduction of Dr. Lee Young-jo to the Doldam-verse. If anything, her story is an interesting contrast to Kim Sa Bu's. When they were young, she was the idealist, and is now burned out -- with some degree of PTSD? In his youth, he couldn't be bothered to stop and smell the roses, and was too busy chasing the brass ring. Now he's pretty much at peace with his life. We could use Dr. D'oh's implied idealism that got subverted as another basis of comparison as well.

When Young-jo put in the mix tape, I thought it totally apropos for Bob Dylan's original version of "Blowin' in the Wind" to start playing. It could be a theme song for a romantic idealist like Kim Sa Bu.

That scene in the on-call room with In-bum timing the steeping of the ramyun cracked me up. It was nice to see Nurse Park and Yeon-hwa chowing down with their colleagues, too.

I was touched to see In-Bum come around and perform the laparoscopic surgery on the patient with HIV -- especially when he stated that he truly had assisted in one such operation. He really rose to the occasion when the situation warranted it.

As for Dong-joo's surgery on the hunter with the shotgun wounds, his collaboration with Young-jo was another milestone in becoming a doctor who is needed. Her ability to think outside the box as a result of working in war zones -- as evidenced by her plunging ahead and digging out the shot, for instance -- really got Kim Sa Bu's attention, and Dong-joo's, too. And she immediately recognized that Dong-joo was using KSB's suturing techniques, and complimented him on it. That made me happy as a clam.

Seo-jung should have gotten an Olympic gold medal in jumping to conclusions in this episode. I was dismayed when she decided to call it quits so he could go to America -- but only after they had a date and took commemorative pictures with everyone. Hello?! Poor Dong-joo. It was bad enough to be rejected by Mayo Clinic, but for SJ to go all noble idiot on him was extreme. Thankfully, she made up for it by saying the S word (saranghae) at last.

I was tickled to see Mr. Goo during the photo session.

Learning how the members of Team Doldam made their way to the hospital was great fun. Kim Sa Bu's meeting Nurse Oh in a police station was wild, especially when she hollered at the creep who felt her up.

I'm still wondering if Dr. Nam lost his family as a result of the malpractice suit. It was never made clear. At any rate, I'm glad the Supreme Court dismissed the appeal against him.

I appreciate having gotten an additional episode which is as much an epilogue as it is a prequel. Well done, Show. Thanks for the memories. We'll always have Doldam. ;-)

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What happen to do in beom in the end ? I can't watch the last ep.

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@ Christina,

I was touched to see In-Bum come around and perform the laparoscopic surgery on the patient with HIV -- especially when he stated that he truly had assisted in one such operation. He really rose to the occasion when the situation warranted it.

Do In-bum had also earlier declared his independence from his father, so to speak, and threw in his lot with Kim Sabu and Doldam Hospital.

I don't recall the exact scene of In-bum in the on-call room waiting for his ramen to cook, but I think he was using a stopwatch and being his picky, meticulous self. Over the course of the show he thawed out 1degree Celsius, so is still tsundere, but making progress. (Recall that he had actually spoken warmly [for him] with Seo-jung, whom his father had basically adopted after her mom died. In private he addressed her as noona. He also drove her to Seoul, and in their conversation on the way and at the pizza place challenged her over giving up, IIRC. -- It's only been about a year, but I've seen so many shows since then that I'm getting a bit fuzzy.)

Hope that helps you enjoy the finale. -- Were you unable to find the recapped final episode, or just turned off by the prospect of Kim Sabu's old flame coming back into his life? It was actually a nicely done reunion, and gave more insight into what makes him tick. In the end, it's Nurse Oh we see with him -- and we also got to see how their paths crossed, which was hilarious. I'd suspected there was something between them for a while now. Maybe not a full-blown romance, but a deep and abiding affection and respect that is more than simple professional cameraderie. Or maybe it is a romance, but they keep it very private. Given his political woes, he may have wanted to avoid her or anyone else being harmed by the fallout from his professional fiasco. ;-)

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So, we didn't catch Yeonhwa and Inbeom in the selca time because they were fighting over the HIV patient again, check Yeonhwa's IG HAHAHA

Anyway, time to talk about the drama. Two weeks before the drama began airing, I watched Reply 1994, and I had emotional attachment on Yoon Yeon Seok.

So I began watching the drama, and knowing the staff from Mrs. Cop and You're All Surrounded, I knew that this drama will hit daebak the same way the other two did. And what can I say? I fell in love with the drama.

Every member of the cast had something on them. Other than our barley couple, I wish that Yeonhwa and Inbum will be back if we ever get a season two because we all know that they have this chemistry. I pray for a season 2, and I hope that this would be the first series-ish drama in South Korea like House. <3

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I watched Reply 1994 after this drama was aired for a week. And then I was sooooooo Chilbong-ed until I just could not get over it HAHAHA. I'm glad that he finally got the girl in the end in RDTK.

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I'm sad this drama is over. I really looked forward to it each Monday and Tuesday, now I don't know what will take its place as I love it so much. This drama does preachy and life lessons with a deft touch so it doesn't come across heavy handed.

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RDTK was a light and fun drama which creeped into my viewer heart slowly but steadily. Although not all loose ends were resolved the last episode still left me satisfied that the good guys and romantics will continue to keep looking after sick people and do the best they can for them.

I'm glad the last scene was between Kim Sabu and Nurse Oh. As always the romance is subtle and in the background but it was the perfect showcase of their bond which is more than friendship but still less than romance.

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Through out the series, I shipped Teacher Kim with Nurse Oh. I was fine with them never showing anything romantic between them because the respect and friendship that they share was evident through out. I just wish that they had shared a gaze or a touch that would have hinted at more than friendship feelings in this bonus episode. Ahhh!!! I shipped them hard because I like nurse Oh as a person so much.

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Same here. I enjoyed the undeniable chemistry between two respectable adults. That was good enough for me. Some things are more beautiful when felt and not seen.

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Truth to tell, all along I've gotten more of a sense that she and Dr. Nam are very close. Regardless, RDTK's depiction of friendships between mature adults has been a beautiful thing.

I'm intrigued at the thought that she and Ki-tae had been married. Wonder how long it lasted. ;-)

Nurse Oh is one of my favorite drama characters. A memorable spitfire like Court Lady Choi in FAITH.

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Actually, I got the impression that there was a significant gaze between them when the ER was quarantined. ;-)

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Now that this is over... how/where do I apply for a position at Doldam Hospital?

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seems like all the good drama comes to an end all in just a span of january. this is one of the best medical drama i have ever watched! SOLID!

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Aww it's over, this drama was definitely the highlight of my week, partly because I'm a medical student myself, who knows if I'll enjoy the series otherwise, and also because this is a genuinely enjoyable drama where everyone just have their own issues and discovering their purpose in life. I just love romantic ideals.

Doldam isn't a fabulous place to be, and that's exactly why you know you can trust everyone here. They're genuine. No money, no popularity. And God knows how that last rush towards their emergency patients in episode 20 teared me up, happy moments be damned, they got lives to save!

True this drama aren't perfect, but I'll remember this drama with warm memories nonetheless :') Oh, and may I say how much I love Yoo Yeon Seok and Seo Hyun Jin together here <3

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What a great drama! When Yoo Jeong took those pics going around the hospital, meeting the staff I had a huge grin on my face. I absolutely adore everyone in Doldam Hospital.
Farewell Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim.

I will never give up hope to Season 2 though!!!!

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Where did that Yoo Jeong come from idk
*Seo Jung

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I think I spotted Manager Jang Ki-tae in episode 19 of LEGEND OF THE BLUE SEA.

Unless my eyes deceive me, he plays the chief physician treating the mermaid in the hospital. He must have really hustled to get through medical school, internship, residency, and his boards in two days. ;-)

It's also possible that I'm overdue for new glasses, am sleep-deprived, and am going through RDTK withdrawal. Sheesh!

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I'll have to amend my homebrew 2016 Kdrama awards

http://www.dramabeans.com/2016/12/2016-beanie-awards-vote-for-your-favorite-dramas-of-the-year/comment-page-3/#comment-2591824

to include a new category:

The Asbestos Underwear Award for the actor who most convincingly portrays the most reviled villain. This year, it goes to Choi Jin-Ho for making Dr. Do Yoon-Wan such a worthy nemesis for Kim Sa Bu and Team Doldam.

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Just finished yesterday. By far, the best drama on my 2016 list for 21 episodes. They worked really well together.
I want to say thanks for the recaps. You're the best For sharing your talents.

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Aren't Protective eye cover worn by doctors during operation? Why this show doesn't even have those? with all those blood spurting onto their face/eyes, isn't it dangerous if blood from a person with AIDS or something?

Can someone from medical world shade light on this?

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I finally watched this drama and for the first time in my history of watching dramas which is quite long about 5 years, this is the first one where i feel a second season could work really well because the characters are well developed and they feel like real people. A second season focusing on the other side characters would be awesome!! And i gotta say not only did Do In Bum improve his surgical skills the actor playing as him Yang Se Jong's acting skills seemed to improved as the series progressed as well XD at first i couldn't really see his emotions but towards the final few episodes it became clearer am definitely looking forward to his future works! And isit just me or does Yoo Yeon Seok look alot like Lee Je Hoon and they're the same age :0

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Did they address the secret that the Chairman had that he was supposed to save until after the surgery to tell Teacher Kim?

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Yes, CS left a pictures book to KSB. The picture book is a 'cartoon' book made by author webtoon which a patient in Doldam. The book tells about CS story who have saved by someone in past when he got ill, and that person was KSB.
So, it's about their relationship in the past, about doctor and patient. That makes CS feel so indebte toward KSB.

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I have a question. I thought both of them are colleagues? And also, why did Boo-Yong Joo introduced himself as Teacher Kim? Isn't he got the name because of his patient Jang-Hyun Joo?

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I want more, more, more of this.. woohoo.. She just said I love you to him.. <3

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Does someone know the title of the song while professor Kim drink coffee with her ex girlfriend after the surgery ? It looks like Beatles but not sure.

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After Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind" and Lou Reed's "Perfect Day," John Lennon's "Oh My Love" from the Imagine LP (1971) starts playing. Yoko Ono shares songwriting credit. Various versions from the recording sessions have been released over the years. It was remastered in 2010 -- a good 15 years after Kim Sabu's student made mix tapes for him.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oh_My_Love

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Wow I'm really touched!. The most realities medical drama ever seen.

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Hi. It's almost 3 years since the drama ended, and thanks for netflix for being able to watch it.
But and however, (I just hoped I missed it) did they tackle Chairman Shin's secret that he's keeping from Kim Sa-Bu for 20 years? That the Chairman said to his secretary he will reveal after the surgery? I hope to find answers to this mystery 😊😉

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