A story about rescue workers and emergency medical doctors in Seoul where a catastrophe shuts down the whole city.
DONGSAENG: Unlike my blogner, this drama is right up my alley! See, this is why you have two of us. Aren't you lucky? I LOVE medical dramas. I want to be a doctor, so they fascinate me. I appreciate Korean medical dramas and how they do their research a little bit better than American medical dramas and the ailments are a little more realistic/true to life. Not that they are perfect, we are still talking drama here after all, so things are sensationalized a wee bit, but yeah, I love them. Medical dramas that is. Hot docs in scrubs? Oh hecks yeah! And throw in the mega disaster angle to boot and I am all over that! Maybe it is because I don't live anywhere near a ground zero. I live in a land fairly free of natural disasters (unless you count the daily siege against a harsh environment not designed to actually support life), so these kinds of worries don't necessarily keep me up at night. I love the intense drama of it all and think that a show based on a hospital during and after a mega doomsday event sounds kind of crazy interesting. And like one I wouldn't mind checking out. So, if you are like me and don't mind this premise of a doomsday doc drama, well, know that you are not alone. We will sip cyber champagne together as we watch the world fall apart and these brave doctors try to stitch it back together again. Go Team D-Day!