WATCH ONLINE: Doctor Romantic, starring Han Suk Kyu, Seo Hyun Jin, and Yoo Yun Suk
If you've been missing Doctor Crush, then the intense new medical drama Doctor Romantic (aka Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim) is exactly what you need! Doctor Romantic is being touted as a realistic medical drama whose lead actors Seo Hyun Jin (Another Oh Hae Young), Han Suk Kyu (The Berlin File) and Yoo Yun Suk (Jeju Island Gatsby, Answer Me 1994) were required to do an intense study in the field of medicine to prepare for their roles. You can now watch episode 1 online on DramaFever. Take a look!
Han Suk Kyu (The Berlin File) , Seo Hyun Jin (Another Oh Hae Young) and Yoo Yun Suk (Jeju Island Gatsby, Answer Me 1994) star in a medical drama that proves no matter how intelligent you are, there is always a teacher who can make you someone better. Boo Yong Joo (Han Suk Kyu) is a genius surgeon. Years ago, he was the resident miracle worker at Seoul’s top hospital, and known to those in the field as the "Hand of God." One day, without any notice, he disappeared. Fast forward a few years later, and Boo Yong Joo is now at a small provincial clinic, donning the name Teacher Kim, and is known as the self-proclaimed "Romantic Doctor." Having been scarred by those he allowed to get close, Boo Yong Joo now enjoys a life of seclusion. However, because of his good nature and immense knowledge, the genius surgeon cannot help but mentor other struggling doctors. These include Kang Dong Joo (Yoo Yun Suk), an easily-irritable but brilliant man who only became a doctor to win someone over and seeks only the most important of VIP patients to achieve success and overcome and his poor past, and Yoon Seo Jung (Seo Hyun Jin), a passionate and diligent young woman who is haunted by a mistake from her past and only became a doctor to win someone’s recognition. The romantic doctor, however, has a different plan for each of them and, through his scarred but optimistic view of life, wants to teach them the true value of saving lives. But when the pupils are decidedly pragmatic and the master a hopeless romantic, can the teacher take his disciples away from biology and put a little Humanity 101 on the syllabus?