First Preview and Poster for MBC Drama Doctor Lawyer with So Ji Sub, Im Soo Hyang, and Shin Sung Rok

The doctor is here. Oh wait, I mean the lawyer is here. Nope, it’s actually both, the Doctor Lawyer arrives on MBC Fri-Sat time slot on May 27th following Tomorrow ready to treat both ailments and legal transgressions. Putting aside the logistical absurdity of the premise – that a top surgeon who goes to jail after medical malpractice and loses his medical license can then come back four years later as a lawyer with a legal license – the drama brings back So Ji Sub to the small screen with Im Soo Hyang and Shin Sung Rok for what is billed as a legal drama that focuses on the misconduct in the medical field that arises to legal liability. I’m thinking medical malpractice is the tip of the iceberg and we will see medical negligence, gross negligence, intentional medical misconduct, and probably even homicide arising from medical treatment. Legal and medical dramas are each a very robust and popular genres of its own in K-dramas but this combines the two for a two-fer. The drama comes from the directorial hand of the PD of Haechi, The Village: Achiara’s Secret, and The Great Seer working with the screenwriter of Class of Lies.

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Park Hae Jin Wins the 2020 MBC Drama Award Daesang for Kkondae Intern in Socially Distanced Ceremony

I searched and there are no pictures of the actors and actresses attending the 2020 MBC Drama Awards with their face masks off so kudos for the production really sticking with proper protective gear and social distancing. Everyone even wore … Continue reading

MBC Drama Kairos Ends as a Perfect Puzzle, Leaving the Marvelously Constructed Story and Execution for Future Drama Fans to Discover

My Mon-Tues found an unassuming gem that is MBC drama Kairos and my appreciation for its magnificence really hits home today knowing that it’s over. This is less missing a drama I loved for more emotional reasons and more missing … Continue reading

Kairos Heads into Final Episode 16 Still as Tightly Written and Tautly Executed in Near Perfect Dramatic Form

I have recommended plenty of K-dramas that started off well and fell apart, and sometimes so horribly it’s like falling off a cliff, getting revived only to be smashed to pieces again. It’s just the worst because you invest so … Continue reading

Collection of the Tallest K-actors in 2020 for Your Viewing Pleasure

I’ve watched K-dramas for so many years I’m almost inured to how insanely good looking the actors are and many who have equal talent to boot as well. Recently two dramas had me doing double takes and marveling at how … Continue reading

Excellent MBC Mon-Tues Drama Kairos is the Dark Horse Tightly Plotted Thriller Sliding Under the Radar

MBC has been bottom of the ratings barrel for so long that I’ve really stopped paying much attention to its ability to deliver dramas worth watching. Consider me even more impressed with recently premiered Mon-Tues drama Kairos, currently with 5-episodes … Continue reading

Hottest Kings, Emperors, and Princes in K-dramas Through 2020

I realized that nearly all of the most popular younger generation K-actors have had a chance now to play a sageuk king, prince, or even fictional modern day Korean king/emperor. It’s totally an excuse for me to collect the entire … Continue reading