When I first put on the tv to watch this, I thought to myself, “I wonder what this is about. I am sure I will stop in the middle of episode 1 and find something else to watch like I did with a couple of other Korean series.” But I was wrong.
After the first episode, I was hooked. The plot was well thought through and the actor (Joo won) playing the autistic character won me over with his acting.
Such a brilliant medical drama that would remind one just how blessed they are if they are born with no medical challenges.
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I would give this a rating of 9/10 and highly recommend it!
******spoiler alert***** The ending could have been better though.
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Park Shi-on (Joo Won) is an autistic savant who was sent to a specialized care center as a child, where he was discovered to have a genius-level memory and keen spatial skills. He eventually enters the field of pediatric surgery as a resident, where he is given six months to prove himself capable. However, due to his atypical mental and emotional condition, Shi-on faces conflict from his peers and patients, who view him as childlike and unreliable. Most critical is the hotheaded surgeon Kim Do-han (Joo Sang-wook), who labels him a soulless robot of a doctor who can only rely heavily on his photographic memory instead of feeling what the patient needs. Despite help from understanding and fair colleagues like Cha Yoon-seo (Moon Chae-won) and Han Jin-wook (Kim Young-kwang), the hospital is a fierce and competitive world, and the challenges Shi-on faces become only greater when he falls in love with Yoon-seo. (by Wikipedia)
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