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Hot and cold geniuses in Doctor Stranger

Just in case you were wondering what geeeeeeenius Lee Jong-seok looks like, here are some stills from his new drama Doctor Stranger. Hm, I dunno, he looks a lot like regular Lee Jong-seok to me–that is to say, beautiful and slightly puppyish–but the lab coat helps. Should we get him some glasses too, or is that trying too hard?

The new SBS medical spy melodrama (whatever the heck that is) from the PD of City Hunter and Master’s Sun and the writer of Conspiracy in the Court stars Lee Jong-seok as a genius doctor at the center of mysterious political affairs between North and South Korea. He’s born in the South but sent to the North as a child and raised there, where he meets his first love, played by Jin Se-yeon (Age of Feeling). She actually plays two characters who look identical, which is yet another mystery in the drama.

The hero ends up back in the South, now a foreigner in his own country, and works as a doctor with the sole goal of reuniting with his first love. Enter First Love Doppelganger (or evil clone cyborg–you never know!) and complications ensue.

Park Hae-jin (You From Another Star) plays the rival genius at the hospital, described as cold versus Lee Jong-seok’s warm-hearted hero. I’ll just… wait for the show to give me something a little meatier than the great war between hot and cold. ‘Cause there will be more layers, right? RIGHT?

Doctor Stranger follows God’s Gift and premieres April 28.

Via TV Report, Osen

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I really like both actors. I trust the PD and have liked the writer's previous work. But I don't really get the synopsis. And why couldn't they have picked anyone else to be the h? How is this girl going to play two different characters in the same drama when I can't find her believable as one? I guess I just have to tune in for everyone else and try to ignore her.

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I see her name and run in the other direction. Her acting scares me. A deal-breaker for me definitely.

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Agreed, as much as I love Jongseok, I don't think I'll be watching this one. I'll probably only follow the recaps :/

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Yes, this is now the perennial problem in so many K-dramas: imbalance between leading men and leading women. As dramas evolve in warp speed, dramas are able to cast new actors or reinvent the existing ones to evolve with them. But, when it comes to actresses, whether new or existing ones, they seem to be stuck in the past.

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@Lord Byron, so true I feel like there are few talented female actresses in their 20's that can match up to the acting prowess of the male actors in their 20's. Very talented female actresses can be found in child actors like Kim Yoo Jung and those above 30 e.g Ha Ji Won.

On the lead's acting, I have only seen her in Bridal Mask, and thought she was just a wall flower as the story needed a love interest. I don't recall anything she did in that drama. It may have been the writer's fault though, for not giving her more relevance in the story. She may be worth a try..but I haven't seen her in other things.

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Sigh. Ditto here.
Why couldn't Kang Sora be the female lead.

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A Twitter friend raised an interesting question yesterday: In this Drama we have two genius male doctors, in You're All Surrounded a genius male cop, in Gabdong a genius male barista(!) - when was the last time we had a genius female ANYTHING in a K Drama?

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haha. I cracked up at this one about the female genuis in anything.

Genuis is the new time travel.

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Women only get to be geniuses at...pottery. >_>

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Genius cook and doctor-Dae Jang Geum. Genius painter- Moon Geun-Young in Painter of the Wind.

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That was a long time ago in Joseon times!

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Which makes it more impressive since they lived in a male dominant society.

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@ KDaddict Please explain why the current president of S.Korea is a female.

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There really needs to be better representation of more female geniuses.

In modern times - Go Hyun Jung as female president in Daemul, even more genius was Kwon Sang Woo being her sidekick.

Historically.. No one can beat Mishil in Queen Seondeok played by Go Hyun Jung. She can out-genius all the genius male doctors, cops and baristas for breakfast and then some.....

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@KDaddict, could you please ignore comment saying why the current female president is S.Korean. Was meant for someone else....... Sorry about that

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There was one ... um... in medicine ... in the medical top team of geniuses (though she was confined by gender inequality :/)

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Medical Top Team had several genius female doctors in its lineup!

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True, but they were always secondary to the men. No matter how we look at it, "geeenius" is limited to men in K-drama. Even if a woman is talented, she'll rarely get recognized as a genius.

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The second lead in Emergency Couple was pretty genius-ey.

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i was about to mention that!! and she wasn't genius-ey, they actually described her as a genius in the drama. i love her. i'm gonna miss her too now that EC is over.

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I wonder why Gap-dong keeps saying the guy is a genius barista when it's plainer than the nose on my face that he's more likely a genius serial killer.

(or isn't he? I am ok with twists)

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Not sure if the chick in Color of Woman was supposed to be an official GEEEEENIUS or just your run of the mill nerd... but she was smart... I guess.

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If Nodame Cantabile is really gonna be remade in K-Drama, we'll get a geeeeeeeeeenius pianist.

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They are too smart to allow themselves to be labeled geeeenius

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Women don't have to be genius...
If they're genius, they must crossdressed before.
Ex: Sungkyunkwan Scandal, Empress Ki, Painter of The Wind, Goddess of Fire

All they need is to look pretty and can cry at any given time.
Usually the girl is always Candy type who is always kind, clumsy, and a little bit ditzy

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You very rarely have a genius female because of the primary audience that the dramas cater to.

And you only have a genius when she has to overcome something seriously hard (mainly gender-bias in the sageuks which is why the female geniuses are mainly in that genre) in order for the main audience to empathize with her.

The problem you have with genius characters is that they become hard to relate to and sympathize with if you don't, in a sense, view them as a prize to obtain.

Speaking as a guy, I can't tell you how many times I've been put off by a drama because of the GEEENIUS guys in them who have a hole in their heart that the Candy girl fills in. It really, really irritates me, but that's the main audience unfortunately.

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yeah, (some) korean writer are sexist!

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Sung Yoo Ri was a gifted genius in SBS' The Secret of Birth.

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Lee Jong-seok... Sigh. My heart's still warm from all the chafing it got from his I Hear Your Voice puppy love. Fingers crossed for more awesomeness!

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a little difficult for me to buy jong suk as a north korean for some reason, maybe it's his plasticy look, but i do hope this won't be another medical drama and have some mystery in it!

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he played a north korean tennis player in As One....that's ok for me... the problem is that I have a hard time believing him to be a surgeon, heck I have a hard time believing him to be anyone older than college student

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Yeah, isn't it enough that he's young and tall and beautiful? We're supposed to believe that he's a genius, too? That would just be too unfair :/

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He is not a n.korean. he was kidnapped to north and escaped back to south. hm....

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I would like to add that this haircut on LJS would get him shot in North Korea. It's not an approved haircut.

I don't know in which dimension of North Korea he is from, but in ours, that haircut is too Seventeen magazine to be kosher.

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My thoughts exactly, rumour has it that men are now actually required to get their dear leader's haircut to show allegiance, or sth crazy like that!

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So true.. His hair in the first pic is nothing like any North Korean man... Don't they have "army" hairstyle? I mean, very short and concise

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coolrepublica
are you from north? Have you been there? I haven't and I don't know much about there.

But I happens to know a few of north korean defector patients and learned a few things about people and their lives there but heard none of what you are saying about their haircut style being uniformity or other things people said above.

I was told that they experienced changes during the rulling of each generation of the dear leaders: A Kim Il-Sung era, Kim Jung-Il era and now Kim Jung-Eun era.

The story of Dr. Stranger begins at the end of KIS era to beginning of KJI era that was most culturally linient time of the North if i might add.

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If I ever watch this, it will be for Park Hae-jin. I don't quite get the LJS appeal or his acting.

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interesting. I know PHJ is good looking but that's where it ends though I don't have anything against him. After 6 eps i still find him very plain. I wonder if you're watching Dr. Stranger and your thoughts about LJS has changed at all.. hehe

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I really like PD Jin Hyuk's past work and adore Puppy, Park Hae-jin and Kang Sora.

But it's a medical drama....hopefully with none of the usual boring medical stuff. And hopefully Jin Se-yeon won't discover yet another supposedly pre-existing commitment and book herself into yet another drama before this one is halfway over.

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she annoys me to no end...I don't like ppl who double book themselves...call it what you want, for me it's just being greedy....uhhh...unattractive

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How the hell is this girl so lucky, jumping from one hottie to another?!

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That's what I'm saying!!!!She started with Joo Won!Then Joo Ji Hoon, Kim Hyun Joong and now Lee Jong Seok!I swear if she kisses Lee Min Ho too I will steal her soul!!!

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chill there. she's just an actress. and even if she was doing anything with her previous costars, that's her business and not yours to complain about.

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The funny thing about this actress is I'm not sad at all when her character dies or is not ended up with the main lead at the end of the story, instead, I'm even glad it happens that way. To be honest, she acts in many good TV series but her characters are not important, they are close to the supporting roles.

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Pretty pretty Park Hae-jin. That's all I can say.

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I wish one of those genius doctors from kdramas would cure whatever madness Vladimir Putin has. although it doesn´t take a genius to drill a good old victorian hole into someone´s skull to keep him tamed.

I dont like medical dramas but he is just such a puppy! he really has this sincere, adorable look, that blows your worries away.

ah I dunno, I agree on an above comment that all the geniuses seem to be male. where are the women?

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For the love of God, will you please stop with the Putin comments on this site? What has the Doctor Stranger drama, or the Boston beanie meet, or whatever other article on Dramabeans, have to do with your Putin issues?
I get that you have very strong opinions about all this--and so do many other people--but this is a K-ent site, not a political one, so please stop forcing your totally unconnected and irrelevant comments on other people.

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they are my sicnere thoughts and comparisons. the fact I watch dramas doesn´t mean I am switched off from life. This aint a bubble. if it bothers you as much as to lash out angry, get some therapy. you seem to have some self control issues. plus, if you know my posts that well, you seem like a stalker.

sorry, but I aint sorry. I don´t think life is irrelevant.

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Life isn't irrelevant, and please don't imply that I ever said so. All I've said is that YOUR personal opinions re: European politics are in no way relevant to this discussion or any other discussion on Dramabeans. Thus, I think it's inappropriate, if not outright disrespectful, to repeatedly use Dramabeans, a site I love, as a stage upon which to preach your personal political beliefs. Not to mention try and co-opt other beanies for such ludicrous endeavors as getting Putin to watch K-dramas and stop being the clever, scary man that he is.
Second of all, I didn't "lash out angry". I'm not angry at all, just expressing my own "sincere" opinion as you did before. Or am I not allowed to do so without being accused of "lashing out"?
Also, I find your continued assumptions about me very offensive--both in content and in their groundlessness. I don't see why you would state that I have "self control issues", and I certainly don't appreciate you recommending therapy to me. And no, I'm definitely not a stalker of yours. Really, that could almost be funny if it weren't, once again, so insulting an assumption. To clarify, though, I'm a longtime Dramabeans fan who reads all articles here and naturally scans through the comments too. As such yes, I noticed you first because of your off-topic comment on the Boston meet post. You know, when you called me "blind", essentially ignorant, and "brainwashed" just for posting a few links as a reply to your comment there. After that first interaction, I think it would have been more strange if I hadn't remembered you. Not to mention, here you are: yet again posting non sequiturs and just being generally very rude. Just like I remembered from before.

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Okay, this discussion is over now, otherwise I'll have to close the comment thread and then people won't be able to comment about the pretty geniuses.

Comments about real life are fine, because the real world exists somewhere outside of dramaland (or so I hear). But attacks on each other are not okay. So it ends.

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@ girlfriday. I am sorry.
just that I feel singled out.

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I had no idea people could get this mad over one line in a comment that is otherwise totally on topic, you do know there's a scroll button for occasions like these, right?

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Hello. I'm really not angry, just really tired to keep seeing these comments from this poster (I do scroll down, usually, but this wasn't the first time, and I really do think that this isn't the place for her to keep posting that stuff--again and again ad nauseam). Really, who here wants to talk about Putin? Seriously?

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I do.

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Hello. I’m really not angry

yeah, sure.

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Hmmn people are lining in fear of their lives, property and sanity and you think it's irrelevant? Wow! I would so love to study your brain and thinking process.

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I agree with you, but perhaps you could have phrased it more gently? Yes, these issues may be important and relevant to life perhaps.But as you mentioned, this is a K-ent site, not a platform to air political beliefs. I come here to enjoy myself and would rather not discuss other topics here that have not even the slightest relevance to K-entertainment in any way.There's other sites for that. Plus he/she could have just used the Open Thread for this.. Just my opinion. Don't start jumping all over me y'all.

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There is a proper forum for everything. Just do as what girlfriday says and drop the topic altogether, now.

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Yuuuuppp, imma check this one out. But you know what I'd love to see? Potential/future lovers riding through stalks of wheat on their segways.

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I thought Kang Sora is the main female lead?! In terms of acting and star power, isn't she above Jin Se Yeon?

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In star power, no. Acting-wise, it's hard to tell. Admittedly, I've never seen a single drama of hers though.

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Acting, most definitely yes (based on Sunny alone...).

I can't really say either of them have star power, though (JSY pretty much just plays the girlfriend of whoever the hero is in her various projects, and afaik Kang Sora's last couple of dramas weren't the super-successful kind even if her acting in other projects had good reviews)

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You guys are definitely underestimating Kang Sora's star power. She shot to stardom with Sunny, followed by wr got marriage with Teukie, DH2 (a setback, not her fault). And ugly alert remains one of the cutest daily dramas in my list despite all the angst surrounding main OTP. How much I love Do Hee, strong, beautiful and sweet in a way.

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yesshh.. finally some positive comments about kang sora. thank you amber. our family love do hee so much. if i watch this drama, definitely because kang sora and LJS

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ohmagawd, Na DoHee is one of my favorite heroin everrrr...her strong and persistent personality is somewhat lacking in many female lead in KDrama..

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A quick google of their portfolio will provide you a succinct reason as to why she was chosen as the lead. I like them both though and KSR could easily been the lead too in my opinion.

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The neat thing about Jin Se-yeon getting a dual role, is, we can jump the cash value for the pool on which episode her character gets offed in. If both characters croak in the same episode (on screen, one may be in flashback), you double your winnings. Double again if at least one of the two characters is engaged to someone. Triple if at least one character sacrifices herself to up the angst in the plot.

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You just made my day. Hahaha.

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LMFAO!

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Jin Seyeon is beautiful and sweet but acting wise she still average.

I like her fresh image, she can go far because she has depth in her acting for a 21 @ 22 (??) years old.

And I still can get LJS's acting, boy can act but not quite hit me. I hope this drama will change my view on him. I would like to see drastic changes in his image, if Kim Hyun Joong can do it.. I expecting it from him too...

I looooove Kang So Ra, I wish she get better role this time and in the future..

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Agreed on all accounts!

(She is 20, 21 - in korea.)

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She's pretty but her acting......let's just say I'm not sure why she gets the roles she does, given that she doesn't appear to be very popular (a la Suzy) or highly praised for her acting, and there are many, many actresses in her age range (19-21) who have shown themselves to be better at acting.

I hope she improves in this drama, because I personally don't want it to be something where I have to endure her performance not being up to par with the others around her, like in Gaksital or Five Fingers.

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She need to prove herself but I cant expect too much from her, like most of ppl say about her acting... Serviceable but Forgettable.

I think she will be like Kim Tae Hee and Han Ga In. Pretty, likeable, clean image but with average acting.

I dont hate her, nor that I like her.

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Speaking of those two, Kim Tae-hee has improved a little over the years, she has a tendency to overact but at least she's not dead behind the eyes like Han Ga-in (who pretty much ruined The Moon That Embraces The Sun for me by being unable to act at all or have any chemistry with her costars).

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Hopefully this drama would be less of a medical and more of a spy thriller. Either way, the drama's premise still baffles me up to this day, just as LJS coming from NoKor, or either him and JSY could pass becoming doctors. A liberal amounts of suspension of disbelief is in order. Likewise, I'm reluctant with this drama, and will only be tuning in for JSY and PHJ. There is a very good chance that this one can turn into a convoluted mess. But i'm hoping for the best.

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LJS I am not a fan of his and JSY again.....I don't know if I am ready for this one, I may turn for the first couple of épisodes. I loooove Kang Sora and PHJ by the way :)

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Placing bets now, will Jin Seyeon's character(s) survive in the end? She's getting so typecasted. Always playing that same ol' love interest.

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i shall watch this for PHJ <3

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This is hard, how can one resist not one but TWO hot geniuses! I am already watching too much dramas, but he there's always room for these two... Le sigh

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I am excited about this new drama for Lee Jon Suk and Park Hae Jin, both beautiful talented men. I am a little disappointed about Jin Seo Young being the lead , I don't dislike her, I thought she was ok in Bridal Mask, but I preferred Han Chae ha who had a more complex character and had more presence on screen.

Just as Jin Seo Young was getting interesting with Kim Jae Wook in inspiring generation, Kim jae wook left and they made her a bland, lackluster character and her chemistry with Kim Hyun Joong fizzled out, due to bad writing I think, it's like she had no purpose of her own anymore she was just there being blah.

I think she has potential but hasn't found the right role yet that will make her shine, she always ends up being those sappy, cliché, vaguely annoying characters. Maybe this time will different.

I don't know Kang Sora except for the fact that I thought she looked great. at the SBS awards. He shoes were gorgeous.

I don't have trouble imagining Lee Jon Suk as North Korean since I saw the Movie As one and he did a good job as the stoic North Korean player.

I also saw Blood boiling youth and I was surprised by his acting range, so I'm guessing he will be good in this drama.

I really liked Parke Hae Jin in My love from Another star, to the point where I didn't care if Cheon Song yi ended up with him instead of Do Min Joon either way I would have been happy.

I'll be watching Doctor Stranger. I want to know what a medical spy melodrama is!

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I couldn't remember finishing watching any medical drama, but LJS will probably make me finish this one, I liked him a lot in IHYV. Crossing my fingers for a good show and exciting scenarios.

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So JSY is going to die twice?
I think if we just watch based on the premise, we would never watch any kdrama.

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hv to add, not only the premises but the actors and drama writers as well.

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Ah Doctor Stranger! Or, as I like to call it - Good Doctor: The Communist Edition (or just Communist Doctor, for short). Because that's what this is gonna be, right? (Can you tell I have zero expectations for anything labeled "medical drama"?)

Question: why do our boys have the same haircut? (Why? WHY??)

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It's like there's only one hairstylist in Korea. LOL!

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Well, if it were Communist Doctor, then they had the wrong haircut....

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judging from kdramas riding a bike is the most joyful activity you can imagine in life ...

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. . . And eating. Don't forget eating. Korean actors may be the only actors out there who have to train for noodle-slurping close-ups.

Now, after contemplating that, I feel the need for some decent pad thai. I know that's not Korean, but I don't live within an hour and a half of a Korean restaurant. Decent pad thai is hard enough to locate.

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I do it everyday... I wish it was always fun like in dramas.

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Not feeling this drama somehow. I do love lee jong suk and park hae Jin but I'm probably gonna skip this.... The drama storyline isn't pulling me.

And who feels like Jin Se Yeon is always playing the same characters? I feel like she's stepping into the same roles like all her other roles, who knows how different her character might be in this one, but she looks like she jumped right out of Generation of Youth and Into this one

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I literally cannot stand anything w jin seyeon and Kang sora. However for the sake of those two boys, I will try the first 2 episodes before deciding.

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Have you watched Kang Sora in Ugly Alert with Im Ji-hwan? It's a daily drama but it was surprisingly one of my favorite dramas of 2013. Im Ju-hwan and Kang Sora was amazing chemistry and it's pretty fun watch. I recommend it!

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they've got two awesome actors ...and all they wanna give is HotNcold? puhleez.
but i'm going to have faith in the PD who had me hooked with his two dramas. and of course...JongSuk and Park HaeJin. <3

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Now I'm officially missing Jdorama where females can be geniuses and act arrogant. My fav of all is Doctor X of course. Pretty and paid damn high.

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I agree. There are so many strong JDrama heroines. It makes me wish a movie like She's On Duty is adapted in the small screen. I wish women won't be merely depicted as supporting characters and/or delegated as love interests in dramas/movies. Sure, if the character is compelling enough I'll bite.. but it's still more interesting to see badass female leads.

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The first drama I watched Lee Jong-seok in was High Kick 3 and I liked him a lot in that. Then I saw him in School 2013 and he was fantastic. But then I saw some of I Can Hear Your Voice and, I don't know, I just wasn't feeling him in that one. His acting was fine, but the over all story just wasn't my cup of tea. Maybe it was the age difference (he played a character in HIGH SCHOOL whose love interest was already grown and a lawyer) or something else, I don't know, but I just couldn't finish it. And I liked most of the cast. But since then, I just can't seem to feel overly enthused about his upcoming show. Not to mention the whole premise is just down right confusing and way to convoluted to follow. If they don't explain things well enough in the first episode, then I won't bother with it. That is, granted, assuming the first episode is recapped on Dramabeans, because I usually don't bother to watch a show if my feelings are ambivalent, and it's not recapped, unless I'm REALLY looking forward to it.

So I at least hope it's recapped because the ladies here on Dramabeans always explain things a lot better than the show itself, so I'm not too confused about certain things with cultural ties that usually fly right over my head. Please recap!

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I so wanted to see PHJ and LJS in this. But Jin Se Yeon, again?! Pass!

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If only the consultants in our hospital looked as good as Park Haejin. I'd probably get Best Intern at the end of the year if that ever happened. I'd be so inspired to do my tasks properly. LOL

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Yeah I also have an issue about geniuses...

But if that makes the drama fun and entertaining so be it.

Let's see because I work in the hospital, I can see reality.

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I dunno...... I can't quite see LJS as a doctor, let alone a geeeenius one, in those pics.

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Can't we switch out Kang Sora and Jin Se Yeon, please?

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That's my wishes in the prayers.

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as much as I like Park Hae-jin, I will give this drama a pass due to Jin Se-yeon alone- she simply can't act and why she keeps getting a drama role is just beyond me.

I also do not understand about the hype of being genius as you do not need to a genius in order to be a good doctor.

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LJS fan to the max! (I have been watching too many anime and they are awesome!) and looking forward to this drama. I am hoping it is a good one to do justice to my bias :-D.

When you are a fan of an actor, he can do no wrong and that is what LJS is for me. So, I am all Yeeiiii, hoooo!!, yeiiii, yippiee and hoieeee...

I have a lot of faith in folks involved in this project and I hope it is a good one.

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I'd totally LMAO if her character dies on the engagement/wedding day again. Third time lucky?

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Probably not, chingu. Let's hope that her "curse" is not in this drama's dictionary. Otherwise that nickname will really stick. =_=

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Both leading ladies are mehhh in acting. Should have chosen atleast one good actress

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so excited to see jsy again after a heartbreaking end of inspiring generation.i watched her dramas from the duo,daddys girl,my daughter the flower,gaksital,five fingers and IG..i can say that she did improved alot especially in IG eventhough the writer change her character from being fearless,charming,sassy to a sweetest girl in town i think she did a good job doing what is given to her by two different writers..

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when I first saw hae jin in daughter soo young, I got him confused with jong suk... HAHAHAHA.... then I thought they're prolly are brothers.. but ala I was wrong. XD

anyway, i'm just glad they're making a kdrama together.

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I must be the only one who doesn't see the appeal in LJS, both in acting and looks. To me, he's just a 'meh' actor who hasn't blown my mind off in any project he's done. This is simply my opinion on his acting skills and NOT who he is as a person.

I, however, do look forward to PHJ as he's someone I've been impressed with. Hoping this won't be another boring medical drama.

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Gonna guess the ending.... the female lead (the clone or the real one) will marry the male lead, female lead will sacrifice herself again and dies at the last episode.

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is it me or both LJS and PHJ got more or less similar hair style? but then again, nevermind, it doesnt matter how they're going to be styled, they're awesome anyway. hehe

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LJS is a very good actor to me but since I saw him acts as ahjumma killer many times (even in school 2013, there are some weird moments with the female teacher), I lost good impression about him. It is not his fault but well...

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