Medical, Friendships, Comedy, Workplace Life
Hospital Playlist tells the story of doctors and nurses working at Yulje Medical Center. It focuses on five doctors who have been friends since they entered medical school in 1999.
One of the best of 2020, Hospital playlist is a medical drama based on the lives of 5 friends working in Yulje medical center.
It's a short drama with just 12 episodes in Season 1. A second season is in the works and will release in 2021.
The five friends in this drama are medical college students who meet on orientation day and quickly develop a bond. They initiate a band (kind of a hobby) and grow closer to each other over the years.
The drama shows their personality and life in their respective medical fields and how they manage to stay close to each other despite their busy schedules. We get to see glimpses of their past lives as the story demands it. First love, heartbreaks and much more, they've been through it all together.
On the whole it's a very heart-warming drama with tons of emotional moments between doctors and their patients. The characters are shown with very realistic personality traits where grown men cry and fawn over babies. It's super cute! I LOVED the dynamic between the five friends, makes you wish you had a gang like that! The best parts of the show was them goofing off together to their inside jokes and antics.
Each character in the drama has a distinct personality and I loved them all. I probably loved Lee Ik-Jun the most with his baby boy U-Ju. At times I felt that I couldn't understand the other characters emotions and what they were thinking. Hence maybe why I adored Ik-Jun the most. The actor played his character very well and I could understand his personality and actions.
All in all, this is one drama you shouldn't miss! It's easy flowing, hilarious and has the best friendship dynamic I've seen. Although it's lacking in the romance department a little, it's enough to have kept me coming back for more. *Winter Garden Pwiting!* ;D
Meet the cast
Jo Jung-suk as Lee Ik-joon
Kim Dae-myung as Yang Seok-hyung
Yoo Yeon-seok as Ahn Jung-won
Jeon Mi-do as Chae Song-hwa
Jung Kyung-ho as Kim Joon-wan