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Hospital Playlist: Episode 3

Emergencies can happen at any time which is why doctors have busy schedules and no weekends. Despite the sleepless nights and crazy hours, these five friends work diligently because at the end of the day, their job is to save people. As the spotlight turns to Ik-joon and Joon-wan this hour, we learn a bit more about these two childhood friends and get a deeper glimpse into the responsibilities of those in the medical field.

 
EPISODE 3 RECAP

Forced to make a choice, Jung-won stares at his desk with a grim expression: what character bandage to use? The patient today is a young boy who cries uncontrollably, and after some failed attempts to calm him, the mother slaps Jung-won in the shoulder, play-acting to show her child that she’ll protect him. Jung-won looks hurt as the mother calls him a “bad” guy, but for the patient’s sake, he plays along.

Joon-wan meets with a patient, and as usual, he’s direct with his prognosis and orders the patient to be admitted immediately. The patient asks if they could schedule the surgery to next week since his daughter is getting married in three days, but Joon-wan firmly denies his request. After their meeting, the patient’s daughter complains to the nurse about Joon-wan’s rude attitude, but the nurse replies, “Our apologies. We already know.”

On their rounds, Chi-hong recites a patient’s treatment while relying on a note, and Song-hwa asks if he’s certain about his analysis. Chi-hong expresses doubt, so she turns to Seok-min who quickly says that Chi-hong was wrong. However, Song-hwa was testing them since the recommendation was correct, and she orders both residents to study.

In the General Surgery Department, tensions are high as seven surgeons smile at their lone resident, each hoping that Gyu-wool helps them. Unaware of the situation, Jung-won waltzes into the office, and Ik-joon quickly shuts him up so that they can hear Gyu-wool’s decision—she chooses Ik-joon. The other surgeons groan and wonder why he was picked again.

Joon-wan visits the Perinatal Intensive Care Unit (PICU) for a delayed sternal closure while Jae-hak grabs the medical students who are with the Cardiothoracic Department this week. He asks the twins if they know who the best cardiothoracic doctor is, and they answer with fictional characters. (Hong-do: “I’ve been watching medical dramas since I was ten.”)

Jae-hak and the students arrive at the PICU where Joon-wan prepares for surgery. He orders Jae-hak to bring “them” in, and the chief resident mistakenly thinks he’s talking about the twins. Joon-wan bellows at the group for coming too close and possibly contaminating the site, so the nurse whispers to Jae-hak that he means the patient’s guardian.

After the surgery, the nurse informs Joon-wan that his second patient has a fever, so he delays the operation. He informs the baby’s guardians who are young parents—the mom was born in 2000—and they take the news without much fuss.

Their lack of reaction causes Jae-hak to speculate about the mom being too traumatized to process the situation, but the nurse thinks they’re just immature. Joon-wan disagrees with them both, saying that he liked their chic attitude.

As Jae-hak motions for the twins that it’s time to leave, Hong-do says his farewell, wishing for the baby to not be sick. His eyes suddenly widen as he looks down at his hand and notices the baby gently holding onto his finger.

Jung-won cleans up the lunch they ate in Song-hwa’s office and comments about the song (“Aloha” by Cool) playing over the radio. Everyone claims that they’re the best at singing this song, so Ik-joon asks the group if they want to go to karaoke.

Joon-wan joins them late, and just like everybody else, he says that he’s really good at singing this song. Jung-won jokes about him singing it in Hawaii, and everyone else wonders what happened. Deflecting their questions, Joon-wan changes the topic to Ik-joon and points out that Ik-joon has always been a social butterfly while maintaining the best grades in their high school.

Curious about why Gyu-wool chose Ik-joon twice, another nurse and doctor ask her if she likes him, and she replies that she does. Her response shocks them, and they quickly tell her that he’s a father. Clearly not on the same page, Gyu-wool stares back at them blankly and asks why that matters.

Back in Song-hwa’s office, she asks if they ever performed the song, and Joon-wan says that they never performed at all, though there was that one time they thought they were part of their college festival. Jung-won chimes in, reminding everyone that Ik-joon registered their group as a comedy act, and Ik-joon defends his action since their band lacked musical skills.

While the friends joke about the past, Ik-joon mentions karaoke again, but everyone else has plans for the weekend. Annoyed, Ik-joon tells them that he has stuff to do with Woo-joo, too, and stomps out of the room. Later that evening, Ik-joon stands in front of the karaoke place with his son in hand. Heh.

Woo-joo guesses that his dad brought him to a nightclub since Terminator Aunt called Ik-joon a “club rat,” but he corrects his son, describing the karaoke place as his first performance. He tells Woo-joo that he dedicated his youth to this place, and starts to get nostalgic until his son breaks the mood: “Dad, please buy me another hotdog.”

Rewind back to their college days. In a karaoke room, Song-hwa sings until Joon-wan not-so-accidentally cancels her song. Lying next to them is Seok-hyung who’s nervous about their upcoming performance, and Jung-won explains that he’s a homebody, sociophobe, loner, and coward (a “grand slam” of sorts).

As Jung-won inputs his next song, Joon-wan takes the remote away from him, and they bicker about who’s turn it is (some things never change). However, the next song is “Aloha,” and the friends wonder who put it in. Right on cue, Ik-joon bursts into the room and sings his song.

Ik-joon barely gets to finish the first verse when Song-hwa jumps in with the second microphone, and soon, the entire group is on their feet and singing along. Ik-joon orders them to sit so he can have his solo, but when the chorus arrives, everyone crowds around the screen.

Even shy Seok-hyung steals Song-hwa’s microphone for the narration portion, and swings to the beat with the rest of the group. Since he can’t beat them, Ik-joon joins them, and the five friends sing on the top of the lungs.

The weekend arrives, and Song-hwa listens to the radio (cameos by entertainers Lee Soo-geun and Eun Ji-won) as she drives to the campsite. Meanwhile, Jung-won gets ready for a half-marathon, but when the race starts, he runs in the opposite direction—there’s an emergency at the hospital.

After setting up her tent, Song-hwa sits down to admire the flowers, but barely rests for a minute before receiving a call from the hospital. Another plan ruined.

Last but not least is Joon-wan, enjoying a game of golf with the hospital director and Jong-soo. He belatedly learns that the two are cousins, and while the cousins bicker, Joon-wan runs off with the cart because of a medical emergency. Pfft.

Seok-hyung eats alone in the café and watches a variety show until a couple of residents join him. He instantly freezes up at their presence, and OB/GYN Resident Choo Min-ha asks if he was in a comedy group. He denies it at first, but Gyu-wool explains that she heard it from Ik-joon.

Pretending to have received a text about some MRI results, Seok-hyung excuses himself from the table, but Min-ha learns from the other doctor that their department didn’t have any test results back. She complains about Seok-hyung’s awkwardness, but the other resident, Myung Eun-won, likes him since he gets his job done.

The others catch Gyu-wool smiling at her phone, and tease her about having a boyfriend. Min-ha asks if she’s happy just looking at photos, and Gyu-wool says that she is.

Ik-joon arrives at the ER to check on a liver transplant patient, but the teenage girl smiles sheepishly since the pain has resided. She apologizes for making Ik-joon work on the weekend, but he tells her that doctors don’t get weekends.

After taking a picture of the patient’s scar, Ik-joon finds Joon-wan sleeping in his office and asks him to take a look. He’s concerned about the scar’s size since it reminds him of his young sister, Ik-soon, who has biliary atresia. Joon-wan is surprised that Ik-soon is still alive, mistaking her for the family dog Micky.

Using Jung-won’s computer, Ik-joon stumbles across a priest’s recommendation letter, and the two friends sigh. Right then, Ik-joon gets a call from his wife, Yook Hye-jung, and Joon-wan jokingly asks if he has a wife. Despite Joon-wan’s teasing, Ik-joon is exciting to hear that Hye-jung is coming home tomorrow to see him, but Joon-wan bursts his bubble: “It’s Children’s Day in two days.”

Entering the office, Jung-won hears about Hye-jung and shakes his head at the name. Though he introduced the couple, he calls her the greediest person he knows, which shocks Joon-wan who’s never heard him badmouth someone. Ik-joon stops them from talking about his wife, and puts the spotlight on Jung-won and his recommendation letter.

Jung-won admits his intentions to quit, but not until the end of this year. Ik-joon puts the conversation on hold since he needs to see Gyu-wool, but before he heads out, he snaps a photo of them together since Jung-won is leaving. Once he’s gone, Joon-wan wonders if he’s having an affair with his resident.

Romantic music plays in the background as Ik-joon sits besides Gyu-wool, but contrary to Joon-wan’s theory, he shows her (stalkerish) photos of Jung-won. She wants him to ask Jung-won what he thinks of her because she’s too embarrassed to confess, so he agrees, claiming to be moved by her courage.

As thanks, Gyu-wool offers him some food, and while he eats, Ik-joon wonders why she likes Jung-won. She says that she likes everything about him, and Ik-joon nearly chokes on the food. He attempts to break her fantasies about Jung-won, describing him as overly sensitive, stubborn, and poor; but his criticisms deal no damage as Gyu-wool reinterprets these characteristics as positive traits. Heh.

Ik-joon drops the most crucial dealbreaker, telling her that Jung-won isn’t interested in girls. Gyu-wool gasps, thinking that he’s gay, so Ik-joon clarifies his statement, “Not pride, priest.” Gyu-wool points out that he isn’t a priest yet, which means she still has a chance.

Jung-won interrupts their conversation to ask Ik-joon for a smoke, and Gyu-wool flees the scene. Her reaction only makes his misunderstandings worse, and Jung-won confronts Ik-joon. Observing Jung-won’s response to the alleged affair, Ik-joon stares at him intently and asks for his opinion of Gyu-wool.

Joon-wan’s patient from earlier is wheeled towards the operation room, and his soon-to-be married daughter tearfully holds his hand. They both apologize for not being there for each other, but Joon-wan ruins the mood when he arrives to explain the surgery. He gives them a quick rundown of what to expect, and can only promise the family that he’ll do his best.

While Joon-wan prepares for the surgery, Jae-hak asks him to speak more nicely towards the guardians, but Joon-wan tells him that feelings don’t help in the operating room. He firmly orders Jae-hak to never tell patients that a surgery will succeed, since they can’t guarantee anything.

After the surgery, Joon-wan visits the café where he runs into the two medical students and buys them drinks. They ask him why he chose CS, and unlike Song-hwa’s answer (she wanted to keep studying), Joon-wan claims to have chosen it because he was told to by a senior. Eyeing Joon-wan’s chocolate cake, Hong-do asks if he can eat it, but Joon-wan refuses to share.

Song-hwa performs an operation with Chi-hong as her assistant, and even during the surgery, she quizzes him about what they’re doing. He answers everything correctly this time, and Seok-min sighs in the relief.

Joon-wan checks up on his infant patient and tells the nurse to bring in the guardians. Unfortunately, the young parents are gone at the moment, so Joon-wan briefly meets with the grandmothers to inform them about the surgery tomorrow. The grandmothers ask him to speak with them since the parents are young, but Joon-wan says that he’ll speak with the mom since she’s the legal guardian.

As he heads out, Joon-wan borrows a suit from Jae-hak, but when he tries it on, he gawks at his reflection. Jung-won enters the office and is momentarily speechless at the sight of his friend in a silvery, ill-fitting suit. He suddenly craves beltfish (snerk), but Joon-wan has dinner plans.

Song-hwa lets Chi-hong finish up the operation, but from the sideline, she comments on everything he does. Chi-hong apologizes, and Song-hwa realizes that she’s bothering him and tries to keep quiet.

Ik-joon’s patient is being discharged today, so Ik-joon bids them farewell, even remembering the patient’s and his son’s names. Since tomorrow is Children’s Day, the patient shares their celebration plans, and Ik-joon reminds him not to overexert himself even though the operation was a minor one.

In the halls, Ik-joon comes across the neurosurgeon residents, and from the looks on their faces, he guesses that Song-hwa scolded them. Though Chi-hong was the one scolded, he seems fine whereas Seok-min looks haggard. Seok-min wonders how Chi-hong can be so happy about having another surgery with Song-hwa, but he says that she was just asking him questions.

After another tense meeting, Song-hwa and the other neurosurgery staff exit the room and notice the gardeners planting roses outside. Upon a closer examination, the group realizes that the plants are fake, so they ask if they can join Song-hwa on her camping trip this weekend. She tells them to come if they want since they’ll be real flowers there.

Ik-joon meets with Hye-jung in the hospital café and happily offers to buy her some cake. Unlike Ik-joon, she doesn’t smile and asks him to move somewhere quieter.

Later that evening, the family of the patient from earlier wait for visiting hours, and even the daughter ditched her honeymoon to see her father. As she shows her family pictures from her wedding, they notice Joon-wan in the background. She says that he was the first one to visit her, but she seems annoyed that he refused to take a photo. Can you blame him, though?

Song-hwa finds Joon-wan staying late, and he asks her to check on Ik-joon for him. He noticed that their friend seemed off, but Song-hwa brushes his worries aside since Ik-joon isn’t the type to feel down.

Sitting uncharacteristically glum at his desk, Ik-joon is lost in thought as he thinks back to his meeting with Hye-jung. She asked for a divorce, citing their current relationship as abnormal, but he argued that she was the one who wanted this arrangement. He told her that he has no problem taking care of Woo-joo while she concentrates on her career, but Hye-jung still found their relationship meaningless.

Song-hwa checks on Chi-hong and offers to buy him coffee. Sitting in the hall, she apologizes for asking him a lot of questions today, but explains her reasoning: she wants him to always stay alert. She doesn’t scold him because she dislikes him, and tells him to trust in her guidance.

Joon-wan drops by the PICU, but the nurse on duty orders him to go home and rest. As he turns to leave, he spots the young mother in the hall, and she bursts into tears at the sight of Joon-wan. He mentions how she was holding it in so well until now, but the mother admits that she was only acting tough to prove that she wasn’t too immature to care for her baby.

With tears in her eyes, the young mother looks up at Joon-wan and asks if the surgery will succeed. He smiles at her reassuringly and says, “Yes. We’ll do our best.”

He asks where she went earlier in the day, and the mother explains that she went home to set some things up since her mother-in-law is a shaman. She apologizes for believing in superstitions, but Joon-wan says that it’s okay as long as it puts her as ease. Having heard that, the mother places a talisman in his pocket, and he reluctantly accepts.

The medical students observe Joon-wan’s surgery, but before he begins, he tells them to do the motion for Wakanda—though he forbids them from saying “forever.” As the operation proceeds, the grandmothers pace outside the door while the young parents hug each other and cry silently.

The nurse finds Ik-joon in his office and shares some bad news: the patient they discharged yesterday is now braindead. The family has agreed to donate, and since he was Ik-joon’s patient, the committee wanted to inform him.

Ik-joon asks Dr. Bong in the ER about his patient and learns that all of the tests have been done. He steps out to receive a call from Woo-joo’s nanny who tells him that Woo-joo had an allergic reaction after Hye-jung unknowingly fed him peanuts. As Ik-joon finishes his call, he finds the patient’s wife sitting in a stupor while her son asks where his dad is.

Joon-wan finishes the surgery, but before they close the patient’s chest, he allows the medical students to come and touch the beating heart. The students are amazed by the tiny heart, and flashing back to 2003, Joon-wan had the same reaction when the hospital director let him touch the patient’s heart.

Just as Joon-wan decided to become a cardiothoracic surgeon in that moment, both Hong-do and Yoon-bok announce their decision to become one, too. While Joon-wan takes off his surgical gown, he whispers to the nurse to get their pledges in writing before they change their mind. Heh.

Outside the operating room, Joon-wan passes the patient’s grandmothers to speak with the young parents first. He tells them that the surgery was a success, and they cry in relief.

Ik-joon calls the restaurant Hye-jung took Woo-joo, and the person on the phone remembers the group. He comments on how nice the couple looked with their cute son, and Ik-joon drops his phone, barely registering anything the person says afterwards.

Still in a daze, Ik-joon gets updated about the donor patient from the transplant coordinator, and his lackluster reply makes the coordinator wonder if something happened to him. Though fellows usually operate on these cases, Ik-joon volunteered to oversee the procedure, and is called down when the committee meeting ends.

Once everything is prepared, Ik-joon addresses the doctors from the receiving hospital and asks if they can wait ten more minutes. One of the doctors says that it’s fine, but another asks why they can’t just do it now. Ik-joon replies, “It’s Children’s Day.”

The patient’s wife sits with her sleeping son—who’s holding a toy that was on Ik-joon’s desk—and Ik-joon tells the group that the little boy will never get to celebrate Children’s Day with his dad again. A somber silence falls over the room as they wait for the day to pass.

After the surgery, the coordinator updates the wife about her husband’s status, and bows her head. The wife cries, knowing that her husband is truly gone.

Ik-joon talks with his mom over the phone and tells her that “she” didn’t come over to see him. As he hangs up, he hears an ambulance siren in the distance. Elsewhere, Song-hwa packs up her camping gear, and prepares to go alone since everyone cancelled due to the rain.

Back at the hospital, Joon-wan rushes to the ER to examine a military officer who got into an accident. As Nurse Seonwoo opens the patient’s shirt, Joon-wan notices a scar on her abdomen, and he stares at the patient curiously. He checks the name on the uniform, and confirms that it’s Ik-joon’s younger sister.

Song-hwa enjoys the rainy ambiance alone when she receives a call, asking where she is. She tells the other person not to come, but her visitor is already here. She smiles at her guest, surprised that he’s here, and Chi-hong reveals his face.

He kept his promise about coming and takes a seat next to Song-hwa. Looking down at her new shoes, he comments on how she wore them again, and says that he was the one who gave them to her on her birthday. Song-hwa stares at him confused, and Chi-hong smiles back.

 
COMMENTS

What a terrible week for Ik-joon. First, he finds out that his wife may be cheating on him, then he loses his patient, and now, his sister is in the emergency room. He seemed like the perpetual sunshine of the group, acting as the balance to Joon-wan’s grouchiness and Seok-hyung’s awkwardness, but even Ik-joon has his struggles and woes. Though I shouldn’t jump to conclusions, I can’t help but immediately dislike Hye-jung because I’ve already grown attached to these five friends and want to protect them at all cost. As for now, there’s no justifying Hye-jung’s behavior. Even if she didn’t cheat, her talk with Ik-joon about a divorce was one-sided and revealed her selfishness. He clearly still loves her and is trying to make their relationship work, but she shuts him out with no explanation. She only wants him to act as the “understanding” one and doesn’t consider his feelings. Their current arrangement (her living in Germany while Ik-joon stays behind with Woo-joo) is hurting their relationship, but it doesn’t seem to be the cause of their problems. There seems to have been issues before her reassignment, which makes it very unfair for Ik-joon when she blames their separation as a cause of their divorce. He wanted to stay with her, offering to put his career on hold, but when she wanted to go alone, he even accommodated to that wish and took care of Woo-joo. So far, it seems like Ik-joon is doing everything for the family while Hye-jung abandons them to fulfill her own desires, and a part of me thinks that Ik-joon is far too wonderful for such a greedy person. Though Ik-joon might want to save their marriage, he can’t do it alone, but I get the impression that Hye-jung has given up a long time ago.

Besides Hye-jung, Ik-soon was also introduced in this episode, which indirectly revealed more information about Ik-joon. It’s interesting how her introduction was through other characters with little hints being dropped throughout the episode. First there was Woo-joo, who talks about “Terminator Aunt,” and when Ik-joon tells Chi-hong that he knows someone in the military, he was obviously talking about his sister. Then there was the conversation between Ik-joon and Joon-wan where we learn about her condition, and it seems likely that Ik-joon chose his specialty because of her. The last scene of Ik-joon is when he talks to his mom about someone, and it’s most likely his younger sister who came by (or was coming to) the hospital, which is why she came to Yulje instead of a military hospital. While I doubt anything terrible will happen to Ik-soon, I really hope nothing does because that would be too much for Ik-joon to handle. He’s already having a hard time, and the death of his younger sister isn’t something I want on his consciousness.

Of the five friends, only Joon-wan picked up on Ik-joon’s uncharacteristic behavior. I like how the show depicts the slightly different relationships between them, and this time, we get a small glimpse at the fact that Joon-wan and Ik-joon are childhood friends. Though I wouldn’t say that the two of them are the closest to each other because of this, I do think being together since they were young has made them privier to each other in a way that the others are not. While Song-hwa assumed that Ik-joon wouldn’t be too down, Joon-wan instinctively knew that something was wrong—even if he wasn’t able to comfort his friend about it in the end. Alongside Ik-joon, the other major focus of the episode was on Joon-wan.

As shown before, Joon-wan acts gruff but is actually sweet (just like his sweet tooth). He holds the same principle as Jung-won (doctors can only promise to do their best), but scolds his resident for the opposite reason. Unlike Jung-won’s case with Gyu-wool, Joon-wan has to reprimand Jae-hak for being too caring and emotional with the guardians. While Jae-hak might have good intentions, Joon-wan points out that they can’t guarantee a successful surgery because anything can happen, so they shouldn’t make promises that they can’t keep. However, when Joon-wan was with the young mother, he broke his own rule to comfort her in that moment. He was also the only one who didn’t speak ill of the parents in the beginning and always respected them as the baby’s guardians even when everyone else treated them as too young. While Joon-wan can seem rude at times, his words are never malicious, just blunt. He shows time and time again that he cares about his patients much more than he lets on initially, and he doesn’t care if others misunderstand him as cold and unfeeling. As with the patient with the daughter, Joon-wan attended her wedding without much fanfare, and it’s these little actions that show what kind of person and doctor he is. As back in 2003 when Joon-wan first decided to join CS, he chose this career path not for fame or money but to save lives.

Unfortunately, not all lives can be saved, and this episode reminded the viewers again that death is an all too common occurrence in hospitals. In episode one, Ik-joon operated on a liver transplant patient, saving a life because of someone’s donation, and this episode, he’s on the other side of that situation, experiencing the death of the donor in order to save many more lives. It almost seems unfair that a patient who was discharged died the very next day, but maybe the show wants to tell its audience that tomorrow is never guaranteed. While some people die after being sick for years like the little girl in episode one, death finds others with no warning. Despite the hours of work and dedication doctors pour into their patients, they can’t fix everything, but even so, these five friends and the doctors around them will try their best to save as many people as they can even if that means sleepless nights and no weekends.

On a happier note, I love the little glimpses of the friends’ past, and the karaoke scene this episode was great. They’re all such goofballs, and it’s always a treat to see how their relationship has stayed pretty much the same since their college days. As for the five friends, it seems that the PD and writer are playing with the viewers’ expectations that a ship exists amongst the five friends by introducing other people who may be interested in some of them. I was surprised by how quickly Gyu-wool’s crush on Jung-won was revealed, and from Jung-won’s slightly overboard response that Ik-joon couldn’t have an affair with Gyu-wool, I don’t think all hope is lost for our shy resident. As for Song-hwa, I really like her relationship with Chi-hong in this episode. I would have never guessed that the present was from him, and though I’m not sure if he’s interested in her romantically, it would explain why he’s so nervous around her even when he isn’t the one being grilled. Regardless of the lovelines, I just want all five friends to be happy at the end of the day and joke around with each other because their friendship is precious.

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Oh ik-jun! My heart! 😭💔 What a terrible way to find out your wife is cheating on you.

Cried when he waited past midnight to declare the death of his patient because it's children's day and he didn't want that young boy to cry remembering his dad on that holiday.

Also cried with that young mother who tried so hard to hold it together because she wanted to prove she wasn't too young.

LOVED THAT KARAOKE SCENE! Jo Jung Suk's voice! ❤❤❤

Shipping Song-hwa with that military doctor! Sorry, Jun wan.

Laughed with heart eyes at Jeong won the pediatrician. When that mother hit him, I just can't. 🤣

Oh, and Reply 1988 feels when Ik-jun got nostalgic about nightclubs. His son is too adorable 😊

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Sorry, not buying the loveline between Jeong won and that resident. Although it's too cute when she chooses Ik-jun's cases just to get info and photos of her crush.

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My heart STOPPED when I heard the Reply 1988 music! My favorite show ever <3

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Ik jun and song hwa are my favorites. I also get the feeling song hwa likes ik jun from her coll days.

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I think you might be right in that Song-hwa might have liked him during their college years. Ik-joon is described but his friends as a social butterfly with the best grade, for a nerdy girl like her, I think the chance is that she liked him back then.

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My first theory was that they had something in the past, and nothing has come up yet to prove me wrong!

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does anyone else believe that Seong Hwa and Ik-Jun have some potential for a relationship? I feel that way.

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Although they seem to be a good match, I don't feel like Ik-Jun will develop romantic feelings for Song-hwa. However, I think anything can happen in this show, so I won't make any predictions at this moment at least.

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I realized that too. I replayed the scene on Episode 2 when Song Hwa confessed to the group that she liked someone in the past. Ik Jun teasing her and Song Hwa seems a little bit disappointed.

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The little things had me in stitches - Wakanda forever, the karaoke scene, "pride, not priest"

But there were also such gutwrenching moments like the organ donor patient, the young mum trying to stay strong to maintain her credibility, and Ik-jun's devotion to his son contrasted with the marriage devoid of effort from his wife.... 😭😭

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Pride not priest or priest not pride shld definitely be on a T-shirt.. This drama is giving me so many T-shirt quotes... Keep them coming I say!!

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OOPS yes the quote should have been "priest, not pride"!

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I cried when the baby's heart beating again (and ha! at Jun-wan's eagerness to secure 2 potential new residents). And then the news about Ik-jun's patient's traffic accident came, and I cried a lot more. That seems so unfair. For the young dad to go home from his successful surgey, only to come back a mere day later as a brain death patient. I saw a new side of both doctors this eps, and that makes them more than just our fleeting first impression of them. That Jun-wan can be compassionate too. And that Ik-jun has moments that impacted him so hard he couldn't deflect it with good humor as usual.

And now onto the happier stuff. I like how each of our group of 5 best friends actually has their own romantic loveline. Gyeo-wool's adoration towards Jeong-won is so adorable. While Chi-hong's tentative show of feelings towards Song-hwa is as sweet as his mild temperament (it came as a surprise that he has a military background given his gentle manner, which means I'm very prejudiced about that, right?). The 5 friends probably has been romantically entangled with one another at some point of their long friendship, but I love how it doesn't affect their dynamic as friends. That's refreshing.

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I especially love that last part of your comment. Some of them might have feelings for another person in the group, but that didn’t cause problems to their long-standing friendship. And for the point about the doctor with the military background, I can’t agree with you more. This character actually made me think of military personnel in a new light.

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Still hoping for Jun wan and song hwa pairing... loved ik moon. He's like the breath of fresh air the show needs

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This drama is pure gold.
Did anyone feel how blessed we're with 2020 season dramas? Since January until now we have so many options with good and promising dramas. And now that Hospital Playlist added to our 'playlist' don't you feel even so much better?

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IKR? I think we are blessed by having so many good dramas to choose from. As Netflix has so many good shows, the negative thing about this is that it made me intolerant to things that I don’t like that much. I just hope it doesn’t develop to be a real trait of me, being intolerant.

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I have learned through years of kdrama-watching that watching many shows at the same time makes me intolerant and unappreciative. That is why I strictly binge-watch one show at a time. This way I can watch lots of different shows and appreciate each at their own worth.

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This recap is so great. There is so much in each episode, but it flies by. Poor Ik Joon, it's been a hell of a week.

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The mistaken identity scene between Ik soon and micky the way the dialogue flowed was just amazing.... Laughed my heart out.😆😆... But the also cried with the organ donor patient... 😢😢

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The way Jo Jung-seok delivers his lines in that scene, and how Jun-wan looks at him with his trademark grouchy-co fused stares. 🤣🤣😂😂😂

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The chemistry between the five main cast is amazing and it totally shows in each scene that they are together or even in pairs.

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I know it's been awhile since this ep aired but since tomorrow is Thu, I decided to come here and have my question asked once and for all. (My apologies if anyone has discussed about this topic already but I can't find one)

While this scene is totally hilarious...but..... HOW ON EARTH could any Korean mistaken the person named Ik-Joon to have a sister called Micky and Ik-Soon be their dog's name????

Let alone they're practically grew up together. Even a stranger would have guessed right away since Korean has this very unique system of naming their children.

Aside from the comedic effect, what could this imply? Don't you find Joon-Wan quite weird making this mistake?

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But, there's a possiblity that he could just be messing around with his friend.

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i belive JW was just pulling IJ's leg...but the straight face with which he did it.....pushed IJ's buttons more

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I feel that it's Jun Wan who secretly loves Song Hwa but never confessed to her. Ik-Jun was the one she liked, but he got married.

I watch this drama initially because of Jo Jung Suk and Yeo Yeon Suk. But I end up shipping Song Hwa and Jun Wan. Even though I am not ready for another "Jung Hwan." Even their names are similar.

Jo Jung Suk's voice is really good, omg. But in the drama "I believe" by Jun Wan is the killing part 😣😍

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And probably Jeong Won knows about Jun Wan's secret (that he actually liked Song Hwa), that's why Jeong Won keeps teasing Jun Wan about Hawaii. Something must have happened there. Jun Wan said that he broke many hearts in Hawaii, probably he confessed to some women that he liked his friend, Song Hwa.

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Wow your theory sounds convincing! I also sense that something was there when their friends always teased Joon-wan about the Hawaii thing, which Song-hwa apparently had no clue. If there wasn’t anything on the side of Joon-wan, why was he shy whenever someone mentioned the incident? He could just tell Song-hwa right away. I guess he secretly liked her. That’s the thing even Song-hwa’s ex-boyfriend could sense.

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This is exactly how I am also reading the relationships. I'm digging the 90s highlights on JKH and his off key 'I believe' gives me life everytime. JJS is such a great fit for Ik Jun . ♥️

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Exactly, JJS is an excellent fit for Ik Jun's character. If I were Song Hwa, I would fall for him too.

I pretty much can ship Song Hwa with anyone. Chi Hong is cute too. But I don't think I can handle Jun Wan's vibe and his possible romance with Song Hwa >_<

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They really chose the perfect actors to switch from humor to sadness so easily.

I hope that IJ won't have to fight for the custody of his son. His wife doesn't deserve to have it after being absent for 1.5 year.

So what happened in Hawaï? I'm curious :p

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Did you mix up Joon Wan and Jung Won halfway throught the recap? 🤔

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Oh no... thanks for catching my mistake. It should be fixed now.

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I am crushing on Jeong Won pretty hard myself, can't blame the resident :D so dreamy, I wanna watch Mr Sunshine because of YYS but where's the door to the 4th dimension ??

Song Hwa is girl crush material though, she's doing everything right in my eyes - professionalism, diligence, kindness, enjoying life; girl how to be you?

I'm also liking how Jun Wan is portrayed, sod it with trying to win brownie points with people, as long as you know your heart is in the right place, go Jun Wan ! And I second that he harbours something towards Song Hwa <3

I'll rant about these three for now, can't wait for Thursday !

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Jeong Wan stepping into the surgery buffet was such perfect timing since Ik Jun got to remind Dr. Jang about his relationship with him lol

I want it to work out just cause it'd be a cute contrast but I'm not sure it'll happen.

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Hehe I am half convinced that IkJun lured him there to act as the perfect bait to get his golden resident to pick him (yet again) .His ubesr casual 'I don't know' to the exasperated co workers question of how he's always getting picked had already spiked my Spidey senses. Pumping Ur friend out to ease Ur career shouldn't really be applauded but they are saving lives...sooo 🤷 oh who am I kidding...I'll let JJS off the hook for much worse.

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I was so excited for this show to come out because I love the actors and the writer. But now that I've seen 3 episodes I feel like... something is missing? I'm a huge fan of the Reply series as well as Prison Playbook so I'm really sad that I'm not enjoying this one. It's like all the elements of writer Lee Woojung's other works are there, just somehow jumbled up and not as genuine-feeling. Anyone else feel the same?

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Prison playbook wasn't from the same writer of reply series. I am watching Prison Playbook now and surprised how good it is. It is better than hospital playlist in term of "genuine-feeling" and "sincerity"

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Yeah the dynamics between the leads and other characters may be a bit artificial at times. Though overall Hospital Playlist is still an entertaining watch for me.

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Thanks for the lovely recap @lovepark. You captured all the highlights of what was a pretty busy episode really well.

Just a minor correction, starting with the line "Jung-won's patient from earlier..." for a few paragraphs, Jung-won and Joon-wan's names have been mixed up I think.

This episode was more sombre than previous ones but I love that the show still managed to find its little moments of joy, especially with Joon-wan - the sudden talisman attack, the beltfish, and Wakanda forever 😂

As somebody who's watching a lot of kdramas live right now, I have to say this cast is head and shoulders above the rest. What an ensemble! Damn you JJS for making me cry 😢

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Thanks for the speedy recap! My heart melted at the ending scene when Chi-hong said he gave Song-hwa the shoes, his smile was so sweet :")

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And if I’m not mistake, I got to see many scenes when he looked at Song-hwa when no one else noticed (in my second watch.) My feeling is that he seems to be genuinely into her. I’m not sure if that’s possible for a relationship to blossom between a female professor and a resident (?) or if that’s appropriate in their sK society though.

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Same! After the ending, I rewatched just to see all of Song-hwa’s interactions with Doctor/Captain Ahn! That actor’s smile tho. 💙 Hated his characters in Time and One Spring Night. I hope he doesn’t turn out like them here. 😂

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True! When I first saw him my blood definitely boiled idk why but I googled him and he was that guy from Time. 😂

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me too! rewound the whole episode to catch all their scenes together. unfortunately there weren't many but I'm looking forward to this Thursday to see more 😍

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@lovepark thanks for the recap! Gently dropping a note that you may have missed a good chunk of the 'peanut' drama. After the call with the nanny, Ikjoon calls the restaurant to find out exactly what his son ate. When he calls the restaurant, the manager informs him that by the way, the salad 'he' requested to-go also had peanuts. Ikjoon is understandably confused initially, but plays along and the manager tells him "I remember you, the lovely family" etc. etc.

Confirmation: His wife had lunch with their son and an unknown man and did not deny that they were not a family - implication: she has a new man.

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Ohhh...i thought JJS ordered takeaway for his son and forgot about his son's peanut allergy. I thought JJS was the one responsible for his son's peanut allergy. Not his wife. Seems like I got it all mixed up 😅

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Oh my god saame! Reading the comment I felt stupid for not catching it even after 2 watches😅

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Argh..I was scratching my head at the cheating implication in the recap...but this completely flew over my head. I was thinking that after saying multiple times that he was all ok to look after his kid,it rocked him to find out that he himself had ignorantly brought the peanut thingy home..The waiter's compliments over their family had me thinking that he was mixing up some other visit with this one but it just wasn't fitting in with the story. Thanks a lot for clearing that up @koreampuff

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I don’t know how else I can express how much I like/love this drama. Judging from me eagerly waiting for Thursday each week, I guess I like it very much.

The highlight for me this week (and perhaps for the other weeks that follow) is Joon-wan. I love how straightforward he is. Some may call this blunt or even rude, but I prefer this than some sweet talk with hidden agenda. In terms of his professional skills, he is also one of the best. He cares for his patients, and I completely understand him when he asked if having consideration for his patients’ feelings would do him any good with the surgery. Though I could see his point, I also thought that he would benefit a great deal if his bedside manner was improved. And he showed precisely that when he talked to the young mother and reluctantly accepted the talisman. For me, he is a man of his words. I just like that.

Another person I feel for this week is our dear Ik-Jun. He was hit with too many things at once, and I’m not sure how he will handle that. He, sadly, seems to have loved his wife all along while she has abandoned the feelings for him for quite some time. He agreed to see though the donation surgery just after he was hit with the fact that his wife had been having an affair and wanted a divorce. He still didn’t know about his younger sister’s accident. I love that the show suggests to its viewers that people who smile the brightest may be facing their darkest moments. I hope everything will be better for him in the next episodes.

For Song-hwa, she is surely a girl crush. She is everything a girl could dream of being. I like that the show shows that she is not perfect in every way: she doesn’t know who really gave her the new shoes, or how badly hurt Ik-joon was really like at that particular moment.

I got hit in the head from my early expectation that Ik-jun must have romantic feelings for Dr.Jang. As it turned out, she was into Dr.Ahn and asked Ik-jun to secretly take pictures of him. Oh that’s so old school! 😂

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Scenes that deeply touched me:
1. .. okay, almost if not all scenes have touched me as I guess they also touched others as well.

Scenes that made me cry:
1. When Joon-wan's patient who was about to be sent into the surgery room cried because he couldn't be there at his daughter's wedding. It made me cry when I saw both of them cried. I imagine if it happened to myself, I'd also be devastated.

2. When the young mother bursted out crying and Joon-wan consoled her. I could just see his eyes and his manner towards her much more softened. I can't say that he became more considerate after seeing how vulnerable the mother really was because to me, he had been considerate from the very beginning.

3. The heart-touching scene (physical). I love that scene to pieces. I love how the eyes of the young doctors filled with happy tears after they had touched the real beating heart for the very first time. I love the expression in the eyes of Joon-wan watching their eyes and reminding of himself in the old days. I cried buckets then. It was a truly amazing scene for me. (which ended with a smirky and so true-to-character part when Joon-wan told a nurse to write down their pledges so they will really have to choose CS as their specialty in the future.

4. Ik-Jun in the organ donation surgery. Everything was perfect. All actors and actresses, especially Ik-Jun did that scene justice. I cried buckets.

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I watched the cast interview on youtube and it's funny how the actor playing Joon-wan is voted the most emotional and most likely to cry while watching a sad movie by everyone else, but his role in the drama has the coldest appearance.

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I don’t doubt that ☺️. From the sweet smile in the group photo in ep.1 to many scenes in which he expressed his feelings so well through his eyes, I think I’d probably say he might be quite sensitive, in a good way.

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Yess...these were my fave scenes from this EP as well.
The young male med student did such a good job of at the baby hand holding scene and the 'heart touching' scene.
Andd couldn't agree more about Jun Wan. He is my fave in this series so far and that's saying a lot considering JJS in this series. I've only seen JKH in 'Life on Mars' before and was itching to see the guy in action again. Love his deadpan deliveries.
Show..if you don't have Jun Wan in
his highlighted hair glory in every 90 s flashbacks...we'll be having words.

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Yes, you are also right about the male, twin med student. He was perfect and delivered so much in the baby-holding-hand scene as well as the heart-touching scene. To me, he reminds me of Park Bo-gum in some way.

I tried not to search more info about the actors and actresses on the internet before the show ends. How I don’t know much about the actor makes it easier for me to believe in the character he/she plays. In the squad team, I haven’t seen the work of the actor who plays Joon-wan and the actress who plays Song-hwa. I think the actor who plays Seok-hyung seems very familiar, so it might be that I have seen his work before but can’t really put my finger in which.

And yes, I was in team YYS (Dr.Ahn) before but now I am in team Joon-wan. He’s quite charming and cute.

Especially in that photo they took as their first photo together. Can anyone smile any sweeter than that? ☺️

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Ohhh yes...he totally looks Bo gummy-like..esp. with the half mask on..Was wondering why he looked familiar..thanks for making the connection 💐

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Regarding Seok-hyung, he is very cute and showed how much he was into Song-hwa in the Karaoke scene. In my second and third (current) watch, he took the microphone from Song-hwa and spoke part of the song about promising to love someone more than oneself. When he returned the microphone to her and when they started to sing the rest of the song together, he moved himself very close to her without people noticing (but I felt like Song-hwa did a bit.) This is another reason why I like this show. The details are there waiting to be discovered. 😌

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Oh Ikjoon.. usually the happiest of us has it the hardest.
But the most heartbreaking moment for me was when Ik Joons patient dies and donates his organs. I cried esp the slow and somber version of the soundtrack 'Lonely Night' was playing. 😭😭. It was so heartbreaking to see the wife just break down after holding on to so long and realizing the kid will never spend another childrens day with his dad.

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This is the part where I cried the most. It's so heartbreaking. We know that Ik Jun can empathise cause he is a dad himself and we can see he really loves his kid.

Plus the background music.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0DZK0QuMCU

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The dramatic effect, the emotional turmoil, the gruff surgeon with a hidden gold heart....this drama is Grey's Anatomy K-version. The difference is the lack of female representation in the main group of specialist doctors.

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The highlights 😁..... on their hair as well! 😝

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Oh Ik Jun! One moment you made us laugh but after that you made us cry. I hate his wife too. She look really selfish and self centered.
Joo Wan is my second favorite. He's funny and sometimes look mean but sometimes like a child.
And karaoke sing is highlight in this episode. Jo jung Seok singing is life but it's merrier with all of them. There's a new recording of Aloha singing by JJS on music platform. A little bit mellow than the scene in the drama. Not surprise that I'm enjoying the rendition in the drama more coz it' s happier and messier. lol
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEH0qO2OY_g

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Love this show, seriously! I really hope they don't focus on any Romance or actually... ANYTHING too much. It's honestly weird that I'm writing this out... because I'm all about THE DEVELOPMENT. But I am really really loving the pace and editing. One thing I thought was interesting was ... reaction and time spent on events feels proportional, accurate, and it's Building! Episode 1 - Joon-wan's breakup was a quick thing. Early in the episode, Seonghwa was impressed that this gf was sticking around longer than she expected. But because there wasn't that much of a relationship, people moved on, no one even addressed it. Then in Episode 2, Seonghwa's BF cheating on her. We get more time with it. We saw how people reacted because because it was a more substantial relationship, but Seonghwa moved on. No drunken night at the bar, lengthy fight with the BF, etc etc. Now, with Ik-jun's divorce, we'll probably see a little bit more, but hopefully we'll also have his issue sprinkle in between and see how this affects the group of friends, especially Jung won who introduced them.

Oh man there's just so many things I love about this show, I don't even know where to begin and don't know how to coherently articulate things. Just love!

I don't even know how many friggin' times I rewatched the karaoke scene! LOL *Jumps up* I BELIEVE!

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I love your take on the people move on with life after break-ups.. That's so true, and that's why this squad is genuinely cool! By pointing out that Joon-wan had many short-term girlfriends in the past, it only strengthens my hypothesis that he has been having romantic feelings for Song-hwa. That was why he could only have short-term relationships with other women.

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And yes, I think I can write a paper about my feelings in each scene and that would probably make a series of books.

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Great catch that it was Jun Wan who sensed that Ik Jun was feeling a little down. I almost forgot that they were long friends before the squad was formed. I already feel so bad for Ik Jun, my heart can't take it TT__TT

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i thought Terminator Aunt was Song Hwa to be honest..i enjoy all the different r/ships but the best part is always when the five are together. I hope we get more of their scenes!

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Idk but I get the feeling that SH and JW can be a couple. JW may seem unconcerned but it was shown in the previous ep how he confronted her cheating boyfriend. He's the only one in the group I can pair with SH for now.

This show continues to be good..I would want it to go on forever.

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I will be more than happy if the show continues to be this good, no matter how long it’ll go on..

Regarding Joon-wan and Song-hwa, I think Joon-wan has a long, secret crush on Song-hwa for a very long time if I’m not mistaken (and I’ve been mistaken many times already in the past 3 eps.) However, I don’t think they will end up being a couple as they are already very good buddies. My guess is that Song-hwa might end up seeing Captain Ahn. We shall see. 😁

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Captain Ahn is cute too, such perfect character for husband material. Somehow I confused whom I should pair them with Song Hwa. But if they are going to dig more about Jun Wan in his 90's and reveal about his long time crush, I don't think I can handle the vibes and his possible romance with Song Hwa. But I won't blame the writer if SH ends up with Ahn Chi Hong as well.

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Loving the show and how it's utilizing it's ensemble cast so far. We had less of the core-5 this EP, but it was so nice to see more of the peripheral characters.
Matters of the ♥️:
‌I was all for JW secretly crushing over SH and SH mooning over IJ till EP 2. Given the longer friendship that @lovepark so astutely hinted at, it makes sense if the straight shooting JW held his tongue if he figured SH had feelings for his childhood friend back in the college days. his fidgeting during the confession scene seemed to hint that he knew abt SH's crush. But the show has done a smart job by introducing Capt .Ahn as a potential love interest for SH. It gives credence to SH team's loud profession that opposite sexes can 'just' be friends(Capt Ahn and the other lady in SH's team were said to be inseperable)
‌Our priestly doc: Last EP also had me believe Jung Wong was interested in the smart ER doc. Had anticipated GW developing an infatuation with JW given the stern lecture he had given her on having a kinder beside manners. GW had my respect last ep, by hunkering down to do the grunt work .She strikes me as one of the rare breeds in our species who takes criticism how it should actually be..constructive inputs that could be put to use to develop yourself.(much like Capt. Ahn,may be) JW's outrage at IJ potentially having an affair sounded to me as him being a)morally opposed to affairs being that he's hoping to be a priest b) I think GY won his begrudging admiration last week with the maggot scene. Being IJ's friend, he must know any 'affair' he would have would be to gain her residential skills and he might be feeling worried of GY becoming an unintended injured party by the social butterfly's charms.
‌did I misread the scene or was SK really just eating on his own when he had claimed he would be spending time with his omma? Feeling a bit worried for the least expressive guy in the core-5.All the others have clear dynamics amongst themselves. But SK seems to be the loner in even such a close knit group. It's only EP 3,so waiting to see how his character develops.

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Didn't realize the twin med students would be making a come back. now that they are there, can we have all 5 of our gang try to recruit these two to their individual specialties. It could be the 'what specialty they end up choosing' challenge for those of us who love the guessing games without having to be traumatized by the love that wasn't to be 🤞

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Don’t you think that the med students are gonna choose CS as they promised ? 😂 Will ‘Thanos’ ever let them do that? LoL

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Won't it be hilarious if every doc tries to recruit them to their specialties...think of the rivalries.... think of ik Jun's department badly in need of general residents.. think of the bribes and schemes he would cook up to recruit the fresh blood 😁...

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LOVE that. Buy the idea.

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Retroactive rant: I was all ready to try to see IJ's wife's side of the story. Until I read the recap and all the amazing comments and realized I had missed a vital point
It's ok to be ambitious, it's ok to let Ur partner do the heavy lifting with parenting(given they have willingly consented and both are ok with the time frame).I'd say it's even ok to have fallen for someone else while in this situation. But you know what's not ok ..Dropping the news that you want a divorce but failing to come clean about your new relationship, even acting indignant that they shouldn't suspect you of infidelity, then getting your kid to meet a new partner without your current partner's knowledge or consent when they have actively said that they don't want to give up on the relationship n have been single parenting the kid...
Ik Jun,my love..if this is the real state of the relationship, and your good natured friend who introduced you to ur partner's having regrets about it anddd your friends are openly sharing eye rolls at the mention of ur absentee partner..may be it's time to reconsider the relationship.

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Yes. Move on Ik-jun. You deserve so much more than that.

*me eye-rolling at the soon-to-be ex-wife*

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I had no idea what Joon-wan was talking about when he mentioned Wakanda. Now I know after googling it lol. The important thing is that the kids knew.
I love HOSPITAL PLAYLIST and all the Doctors but right now if I had to choose a Doctor for myself Joon-wan would be No. 1 on my go to list with Song-hwa right behind.
I can foresee scenarios where situations get really dicey for the gang and they will look to Joon-wan to make a decision.
(JKH is one of my favorites and he is fantastic in HP.)

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Thanks for the recap.

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Thanks .
Beautiful show....i love the characters..
I love Dr.Jang (Gyeol) and Dr. Ahn (Jeonwon)...

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Do anyone know the song when the swag parents come to see dr. Ik sun?

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