Korean Drama Hospital Ship
Korean Drama Hospital Ship – Drama series depicts the story of young doctors who provide medical service to island residents via a hospital ship. Drama series will takeover the MBC Wednesdays & Thursdays 22:00-time slot previously occupied by “Man Who Dies to Live.” Filming for the drama series takes place mostly on Geoje Island, South Korea. First script reading took place July 6, 2017, at MBC Broadcasting Station in Sangam, South Korea.
The drama’s director Park Jae Bum began by greeting, “As the captain, I will work to make it a comfortable and fun voyage.” With his lead, the cast dove in to the script and transformed into their characters.
Ha Ji Won will be playing a doctor for the first time since debut with her character Song Eun Jae, a skilled surgeon who struggles with social interactions. Kang Min Hyuk is warm-hearted surgeon Kwak Hyun, while Lee Seo Won is a sly but secretly lonely oriental medicine doctor. The three leads will join to create synergy while working on a poor hospital ship.
Other characters include cheerful dentist Cha Jun Young (Kim In Shik), nurse Yoo Ah Rim (AOA’s Mina) who brings energy to the ship, manager Choo Won Gong (Kim Kwang Gyu), veteran nurse Pyo Go Eun (Jung Kyung Soon), and the ship’s captain Bang Sung Woo (Lee Han Wi). Kim Kwang Gyu and Lee Han Wi mainly drew laughter at the script reading with their realistic and comedic acting.
Choi Jin-Hyuk was first offered the lead male role but declined.
Drama: Hospital Ship (literal title)
Revised romanization: Byungwonsun
Genre: Drama, medical
Director: Park Jae-Bum
Writer: Yoon Sun-Joo
Release Date: August 30, 2017 —
Runtime: Wednesdays & Thursdays 22:00
Country: South Korea
– Ha Ji-Won – Song Eun-Jae
– Kang Min-Hyuk – Kwak Hyun
– Lee Seo-Won – Kim Jae-Gul
– Wang Ji-Won – Choi Young-Eun
– Kim In-Sik – Cha Joon-Young
– Min A – Yoo A-Rim
– Kim Kwang-Kyu – Choo Won-Gong
– Jung Kyung-Soon – Pyo Go-Eun
– Lee Han-Wi – Bang Sung-Woo
– Song Ji-Ho – Kang Jung-Ho
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