Posts Tagged ‘Kim Min-seo’

Drama Casting & News
Casting confirmations in for Rosy Lovers
by | September 11, 2014 | 14 Comments
Lee Jang-woo, Han Sun-hwa, Kim Min-seo, Han Ji-sang We’ve got loads of new info on the upcoming MBC show, Rosy Lovers, which will follow a collegiate single dad’s struggle to overcome life’s obstacles and his quest for happiness. In true weekend drama fashion, the show will explore in detail the relationship between the central character... More »


Drama Recaps
Good Doctor: Episode 20 (Final)
by | October 9, 2013 | 179 Comments
And so we must bid farewell to our pediatrics team with whom we’ve come to know and love through their dedication and devotion to the lives they save each day. Any good surgeon knows that one must close up cleanly to speed up the recovery process. But there are always unforeseen factors that serve to... More »


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Good Doctor: Episode 19
by | October 8, 2013 | 56 Comments
When all the world is made of faith, trust, and pixie dust, it’s easy to forget that this medical dramaverse has something to do with cases, patients, and emergencies. Getting lost in your own Neverland is a dangerous endeavor when you’re hooked in by an innocent wish to see all children, except one, grow up.... More »


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Good Doctor: Episode 18
by | October 2, 2013 | 88 Comments
A dream can be a wonderful thing that drives your motivation, fulfill your greatest desires, and let you imagine your greatest fantasies. But sometimes it can also make you yearn for the unattainable, warn you for the future, and remind you of something already lost. That’s the incredible thing about dreams, though: even if you... More »


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Good Doctor: Episode 17
by | October 1, 2013 | 73 Comments
At its core, what makes Good Doctor shine isn’t the fancy doctoring or that all of its characters are necessarily good in a moral sense, but it’s in the relationships built between flawed characters who have nuggets of wisdom to teach each other. They say that laughter is the best medicine, and this episode is... More »


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Good Doctor: Episode 16
by | September 25, 2013 | 65 Comments
Life is full of uncertainty where no one can predict the outcome. It requires a leap of faith and to take a risk even at the possibility that someone can end up hurt. Those cases are the toughest to treat, but thankfully there does exist a remedy for those types of emotional consequences, where hearts... More »


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Good Doctor: Episode 15
by | September 24, 2013 | 72 Comments
Fear can be a frightening thing that can either slowly creep up on you or take you by surprise. In those cases, it’s nice to have someone by your side to help you overcome that paralyzing reaction, but often times being the stronger one means facing the fear head-on on your own, to protect the... More »


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Good Doctor: Episode 14
by | September 18, 2013 | 79 Comments
Love can take so many forms in any given relationship, but what’s important to keep in mind is that love is more than just a feeling—it’s an action. And action takes courage when words can only take you so far. Our characters continue to wrestle with what that love looks like when it’s far easier... More »


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Good Doctor: Episode 13
by | September 17, 2013 | 54 Comments
Our hero is hit with the past head-on and the resulting whiplash comes with some pretty significant drawbacks. In a hospital that never sleeps, there just isn’t enough time to deal with the matters of the heart, mind, and the soul. Not when you have a boss constantly reminding you to overcome your struggles to... More »


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Good Doctor: Episode 12
by | September 11, 2013 | 98 Comments
There can be no room for error when it comes to surgery, and one second of hesitation can mean the difference between life or death for the patient. The hospital politics and the medical cases take a backseat as we drive the romance (or sometimes lack thereof) to the forefront as feelings collide from every... More »


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Good Doctor: Episode 11
by | September 10, 2013 | 75 Comments
With so many lives to save each day, it’s also important to take out the time for self-care—to examine the risk factors of traumatic history, the symptoms of the emotional present, and the treatment guidelines to a happier future. These underlying issues can lie dormant for years, even decades, but the incredible thing about the... More »