Good Doctor (Korean Drama) Review

This is a poster for the Promotional poster Good Doctor. The poster art copyright is believed to belong to the distributor of the television drama, Korean Broadcasting System, the publisher of the television drama or the graphic artist. Further details: Promotional image for television drama series Good Doctor

This is a poster for the Promotional poster Good Doctor. The poster art copyright is believed to belong to the distributor of the television drama, Korean Broadcasting System, the publisher of the television drama or the graphic artist. Further details: Promotional image for television drama series Good Doctor

Lately, I’ve gotten a fever for Korean drama shows.  It’s even better that I can watch many of these shows on Netflix.  Just recently, I’ve finished watching Good Doctor.  Although there are 20 episodes for this long show, and yet I feel this show needs a second season.  It’s that good, and it touches my heart.

Good Doctor is about a savant doctor who can picture objects and ideas in three dimensional planes.  Through perseverance and bravery, Park Shi On endures his personal struggles as a savant just so he can become a good surgeon.  By struggling to function as a normal person, Shi On touches the people around him wherever he goes.

Although I can definitely go way deeper in revealing everything about this show on this blog post, but doing this will spoil the show for whoever has yet to watch the show.  Anyhow, I think besides well written, coherent storyline, Good Doctor’s surgeon moments are realistic, thus making the show even more believable and enjoying.  Basically, the surgeries take places in the show are not overly dramatic but realistic.

Good Doctor’s main cast:

  • Won Joo
  • Chae-won Moon
  • Sang-wook Joo
  • Min Seo Kim
  • Ho-jin Chun
  • Do Won Kwak
  • Young-kwang Kim
  • Yoon Park
  • Bong-gil Yoon

Image source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Good_Doctor_(TV_series)#/media/File:Good_Doctor_TV_series-poster.jpg

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