Medical K-Dramas To Binge-Watch to kick Monsoon Blues

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The romantic series begins with a glimpse of Hye-(Park Jung's Shin-Hye) rebellious adolescence, during which she meets a doctor who inspires her to pursue a career as a neurosurgeon.

Hospital Playlist

This medical Korean drama follows five doctors who all happen to be in the same friend group. Although it has a lighthearted and simple plot, you can’t help but be reeled in by each character’s storyl

Descendants of the Sun

Dr. Kang Mo Yeon (Song Hye Kyo) and Captain Yoo Si Jin (Song Joong Ki) meet while Yoo Si Jin, a captain of a South Korean Special Forces unit, is off-duty in this iconic love story.

Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim

Doctors Kang Dong-Joo (Yoo Yeon-Seok) and Yoon Seo-Jung (Seo Hyun-Jin) adjust to life in a small, unassuming hospital outside of Seoul in the K-drama Dr. Romantic.

Yong Pal

A gifted surgeon who is constantly in debt as a result of his younger sister's illness. To make ends meet, he engages in illegal operations for gang members and the wealthy under a codename.


'Life,' a medical drama, focuses on a common theme seen in many medical dramas: The struggle for hierarchical power.

Doctor Stranger

A story of a young doctor who flees North Korea to return to his home country of South Korea. Despite having left the woman he loves in North Korea, he vows to go to any length to reunite with her.

It’s Okay, That’s Love

The story follows a psychiatrist and a novelist with schizophrenia who at first, don’t see eye to eye, however, certain circumstances bring them together as housemates.

Kill Me, Heal Me

A third-generation business heir develops dissociative identity disorder. To keep this from his peers, he seeks treatment from a first-year psychiatry resident who treats him in private.

Good Doctor

Good Doctor is so good that it was adapted into a similar American series starring Freddie Highmore.

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