Quantcast
Jump to content

SC2019

Members
  • Content Count

    115
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1,025 Superstar

About SC2019

  • Rank
    Fan Level: Hooked

Profile Information

  • Location
    Malaysia

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

Mood

  • Happy
  • Currently Feeling Happy
  1. @SuperTank Based on the costumes they are wearing and the location (nokseodang), it looks as if the ending is an open one....unless of course the scenes are not shot in a particular order...
  2. @twinklepro Thanks awfully for the video - it leaves me with such nice memories of the cast. I liked that LSY rested her head on JS' shoulder during the photo taking scene and that he gave her such a heartfelt hug (also said somethings to her) at the end to thank her probably for their collaboration. So warm, eventhough he says in real life he is more taciturn... Has anyone heard any whispers about a possible Season 2?
  3. @phoenix24 I guess I felt a little cheated. Perhaps for making her wait for 3 years, I expected a little more effort on his part to 'woo her back'. But then again, that wouldn't be like him to do so. He would just wait and hope that she would take the step back towards him, as you pointed out (his way of letting her make the choice). It seems in the show that up till the point HJ revealed that he had been checking her out for a year, she held back. She seemed hesitant and had I been in her shoes, I guess I would have felt the same. Would she be expected to rush into her arms again after all that time? Probably not.... So I guess that was the device in the story to compel her to take action.....oh well! CYH probably needs a few lessons in romance from John Kim, perhaps not a pink scarf, just something to show his affections but less showy? LOL @PaperBoat I second you on a likely season 2. The way it has ended, there is room for more to tell. Just I suppose whether the actors and actresses will be able to slot this into their schedule and the commercial viability. But ratings have been quite respectable right?
  4. It's typical of k dramas. I am reminded of OMV when the lead actor had to be in rehab in US for a year after his accident. The poor gal sent him texts and video for a year and he won't even check his phone or reply her once. I am sure there are other dramas where time apart is self enforced... I wonder if this is a cultural thingie though... (Added on, a rant about the inequality of KSY and CYH relationship) It's the last episode and the tale has come to an end for both KSY and CYH and the team of anaesthesiologists. I am just going to rant on behalf of KSY, before I close the book on this drama. I am sure CYH feels that his actions are justified, he was taking measures (drastic ones) to ensure that if he ever came back to KSY, he wouldn't have to leave her again. I am not sure that the show has informed us if he is 100% cured from CIPA, or just from the lung infection, or his ear infection. If his CIPA condition still remains, then let's face it, CYH, you will never have a 100% guarantee that another infection won't come to hound you, ever again. So, if that's the case, the assurance you sought is a short term one - and an illusion. If you are indeed 100% cured, perhaps your self-imposed exile from KSY's life was justified, albeit rather cruel to her. Yes, she could catch glimpses of you in the media, so she could be assured that you were still alive. But a word to her that you wanted to be sure, that you were taking steps to recovery, even if it was just a line via email, surely would have given her the assurance that she was still in your thoughts and that she would not be standing second, third or fourth in your areas of priority. Because, that was exactly what she felt, and that is what the show informed us, in her state of inebriation. And yet, you appear wise - to the nurse, you showed us your capacity to empathise and put yourself in her shoes. To even allow her to pour her grief and anger into your incarceration, and yet never lay a finger of blame on her. So, why not show that empathy or wisdom to the girl who loves you. In your defense, you seemed somewhat remorseful of your conduct, and you didn't push her for a response. You waited to see if she could forgive you. And yet, you didn't even tell her that you were watching her for a year. Had not HJ spilled the beans on you, what would indeed have happened? Would the wedge between the two of you be driven deeper? When would you have taken steps to clear the air? And that is my main grouse; that the character CYH is inconsistent, and that his priorities seem somewhat misaligned. While he fights for patients for their survival, he is less courageous in offering a more equitable relationship; the balance of power has been his to wield. He has been informed. He has called the shots and she has had to remain in the dark. Oh well, tis life. We hurt the ones near and dear to us and we show others our consideration and understanding. Perhaps, that is the message we should heed.
  5. (edited also) KSY goes to talk to the female patient that was groaning in pain and that patient asks how long she has been out (it's been an hour), The patient says she is hungry. They feed her in a waiting area and CYH steathily sits at the back, easedropping on the conversation and even looks at the tablet, examining the patient's medical information (the results are all normal). He is all ears as he listens in on their conversation. This pain comes 5 times a day, and she has had this for 10 years. But there are no other side effects, she just falls asleep. Recently though, she starts to experience some pain. The patient says "do you believe me or the condition that I have?" Other hospitals have diagnosed her as having irritable bowel syndrom or an imaginary condition which she fakes to gain sympathy." HJ tries to lighten the mood and quotes what CYH said in the past that pain has to have an identifiable source. (CYH grins at hearing that he has just been cited, and both men nod at each other in ackowledgement.) The patient asks the doctors to set her free from this condition. They inform her that they will run further tests to find out the cause. Without saying a word, CYH leaves - KSY has no idea at all that he was just behind her. The two male doctors read some news about CYH. KSY's sister sees it and informs her about it, giving her an explanation as to why he couldn't contact her before this. 3 months into research, he had a lung infection that nearly cost him his life, after which he focused on his research. KSY comments that this is CYH, but what about since he has been back? She is still upset that he never contacted her. CYH sends her a text message asking her if she has done a brainwave check on the patient (it's from an unknown number). She calls to find out who it is, and confirms that it is CYH. They talk on the phone and end up meeting at the staircase (it's the usual staircase that they meet). She sees him and cries, and asks him why he never called, even when he was on the brink of death. He explains that in those 3 years, he didn't know what would happen (if he would live or die) but he was certain of one thing - that their love would not end so easily. He wanted to return to her when he was more certain. He apologises to her and wipes her tears. He then tells her that she doesn't have time to cry - go to the patient and monitor her brain waves for 24 hours. (frankly this runs true to his character, at a time when regaining KSY's favour counts, he still directs her to the patient.) (I am about to punch the two male doctors for walking in on the duo again.) They hug him and tell him how much they miss him. KSY walks off and goes to the meeting room to discuss with her sister and HJ about running tests on the patient. The two doctors rush into the meeting room and inform HJ and KSY's sister that they just saw CYH. HJ breaks out in tears - he is so happy to hear that CYH is back and the 2 doctors start crying too. KSY leaves and provides treatment to the female patient. The team meet up again with CYH for a meal. They are somewhat drunk and tongues get loose. KSY's sister comments - you can't be that busy that you can't even send us news about yourself for the last year. Suddenly the phone rings and CYH leaves the room to take the call. KSY catches him saying that he will see someone tomorrow and misses someone over the phone, and then he announces that he needs to leave. The team ask him if he will rejoin the hospital - but he says not really. And they don't have to meet up at work only. KSY does not look too happy. HJ offers to take him home but CYH says he left the car at the hospital. He walks back to retrieve it. KSY gets up to leave but the sister tells her to drink some more. CYH walks, hesitates and then turns back. KSY remains with the team. HJ says whats more important is how people feel. He then reveals that CYH has been 'stalking' KSY for one whole year. We see him hiding behind a coffee cup, trying to look discreet as he sits at the cafe, just outside their pain centre, on a few occasions. It looks like he is there, checking out on KSY, with a silly grin and a look of delight on his face whenever he sees her. The funny thing is that KSY never realises he is there. HJ says he knew along that CYH was doing it and KSY's sister scolds him for not revealing this earlier. HJ says that CYH has been in contact with him all this while. KSY's sister rebukes him for not telling the team. He explain that CYH was still getting treatment and exercising to regain his health. It is only recently that he has regained his health - and then he points at KSY and says "You were always on his mind." The team chide him for being such a good actor all this time. Upon hearing this, KSY runs outside, to look for CYH. He has been waiting there for KSY to look for him? Because KSY finds him just standing there and waiting. She hugs him and tells him she could not forget him, she couldn't find anyone else like him. Don't leave and don't go anywhere else - just stay by my side, she tells him. He says, "I will. I love you, KSY" and kisses her. (For a somewhat stoic character, he does take a lot of initiative in skinship. But I guess he wanted the confidence himself that he would be around to continue the relationship with her.) Subway appears again - CYH is enjoying a sandwich. He receives a text from KSY (saying she is late) and he tells her to be strong. (I think the person he said he missed to was the prosecutor) KSY meets up with the prosecutor at an event and hugs him. It is a forum, on the current laws in Korea (when it is appropriate to prolong life or not) even the nurse is there. They bring up hospice and palliative care as a neutral way to respect and value life while also considering how to care for terminally ill patients with dignity. The event ends and the prosecutor asks if CYH is better now, and he confirms it. In turn, he asks if the prosecutor is ok, and I think he says he is hanging in there, living life despite not knowing how much more time he has. Both him and the nurse look forward to obtaining the drug that CYH has developed. It looks like the nurse has found peace as well - she does not have anymore animosity on her face. HJ and KSY rush to the female patient's side, the one with chronic abdominal pains. They give her anti-seizure medicine, and she takes it gratefully. HJ and KSY talk. HJ apologies for not telling her about him having checked in on her regularly for the past year. But she says it's because CYH told him not to reveal it - he says he got told off really bad by KSY's sister. She thanks HJ for being CYH's listening ear, it would have been lonely not to have someone to talk to in that one year. HJ then asks KSY if she knows where CYH works now, and she says she does. He proposes that they visit him one day. She agrees happily. The doctors are going to visit CYH's workplace, in 2 cars. CYH is working at a Healing Clinic now. KSY texts him to say they are nearly there. There is a voice over, CYH says he is a doctor. To patients who are terminally ill, what they want is someone to understand their pain and their pain is shared by someone. The doctors are going to volunteer at the place that CYH is working at. CYH reaches out and takes KSY's hand. They walk hand in hand into the centre. The doctors check on the patients. And we get to see a trivial side to CYH as he plays the piano to entertain the patients at the center. CYH continues to narrate that pain is evidence of life and that it lives inside of us but our lives also end with pain. And having someone to share your pain gives you the courage to embrace that pain. CYH and KSY stare at a tablet, CYH scribles something with his hand, then they stand, look at each other and smile as CYH narrates, "Recognising and sharing someone else's pain - that is my last prescription for the pain that stays with us, as long as we live." (its the kinda scene with the white surreal background). The END. I wonder why with this show, the script writer has chosen HJ to be the one to reveal what CYH has done, in stealth. This is the second time that HJ makes the big reveal. The first time, that CYH was by KSY's father's side and the second time, that CYH was 'spying' on KSY all this while....and it makes KSY look like the 'childish one', the one who does not understand CYH's good intention, the one who is clueless.... is it because he's the older and wiser character and she's supposed to be the more emotional, immature one in the show? With this kinda ending, I wonder if the director and script writer are really considering Season 2? Did the show inform us whether CYH takes up KSY's mum's offer to do work at the hospital - did anyone catch it? (I rewatched with subs, and he didn't reply her.)
  6. (edited for correctness of info) She walks to the elevator and imagines seeing him there, the very first time she saw him after he had been released from jail. She senses someone behind her and turns around and sees him. He tells her "It's been sometime since we last met. Are you well?" (you can hear the beating of hearts, though not sure whose) CYH reads her tag and notices that she is now a first-year fellow. She congratulates him on his research, that it has passed the first round of clinical trials and asks him if he is well. He says "It's much better now. I am fine" and she asks him when he returned to Korea." To which, he replies, a year back. Her face changes as she realises what that means. But what are you doing at this hospital, she asks? He is about to answer when she gets a call to attend to a patient. They look at each other as the elevator door closes. He turns and leaves. It looks like KSY's mum is now the chairperson of the hospital. She is heading a meeting - they are discussing about increasing their capacity to provide hospice care at the hospital and creating a center for hospice and palliative care. The director doesn't look pleased (this doesn't make much money) but KSY's aunt supports the decision. The chairwoman (KSY's mum) says that death is a process and this hospital should provide them with care until they leave. The director and the lackey complain about the idea (the idea is reckless and difficult to implement). KSY rushes to a female patient who is grimacing in pain but all of a sudden she says she is fine. One of the doctors bursts into the treatment area and announces that he saw CYH at the hospital. He says CYH looks healthier and more charismatic and the drug he was working on is now being developed by a big US pharma company. Only the two guys seem excited about it. KSY and the sister and HJ look concerned. The patient from before is screaming away in pain again and suddenly stops, she loses consciousness. Both HJ and KSY start tapping their middle fingers on the table, just like CYH used to. Someone makes a comment that they should consult CYH on the diagnosis of this patient. One of the younger doctors asks who is this CYH. Someone from the previous team explains how accomplished he is and what a 'legend' he is. KSY throws a temper upon hearing this (she asks the team why they need to consult him when they have been doing fine, this far) and leaves the room in fury. KSY's sister rushes out to appease the sister. She asks KSY, have you met CYH (you have, right), since when was he back? KSY says that he has been back for a year - the sister is shocked (why did he show after a years' silence, she asks). KSY meets the Chairwoman and she asks him to consider being part of the earlier development at the hospital. She wants to put together a palliative team to soothe the minds and bodies of dying patients and asks him to lead the pain management side. He picks up a cup of tea/coffee and hesitates for a while before drinking it, but he does not seem fazed about the temperature of the drink anymore. He does not give the chairwoman an answer though. HJ calls CYH and asks him if he has met KSY (to which CYH grins and says yes, and HJ pumps his fist in delight). HJ tells CYH that there is a patient that they need help with diagnosing.
  7. She drafts him an email to ask about him. She has been calling and keeps getting the same message, that he is too busy to answer her call, but in actuality he is still in the ICU. KSY checks her email again and there is still no news from him. (edited for correctness of info) One of the doctors bursts into the room, there is news about CYH on the website about his research since being on it for a year (It says CYH has helped to accelerate the pain-relieving research at Clevlend with the contribution of his mutated genes that causes CIPA). He looks fine in the picture and they all feel relieved that he is doing well over there. The doctors exclaim out loud that this must be the reason he has been out of touch - because he has been so busy with the research, though he looks like he has lost weight. KSY doesn't look relieved though. The team go out for dinner and KSY keeps downing one glass after another of soju. HJ tries to defend CYH by saying that guys can't multi-task, and that he is busy working on a huge project. KSY's sister takes her side and drinks alongside her. Then, HJ says relationships should be like cats (one needs to ask for attention) unlike puppies who only give undivided attention. KSY's sister yells at HJ and says "are you saying my sister is a dog? I don't want to hear another word from all you men." [I like how she has become so protective of her sister, now that they are on good terms again.] The next scene is a hilarious one (despite the uncertainty of CYH's condition to the viewers, at least). KSY is drunk and her sister has to piggy back her home to their apartment. In her drunker stupor, she laments that she will never be number one to CYH, his patients always come first, now his research comes first. She keeps calling CYH a bad guy. The sister tells her to forget about him - and she says, how can I do that? KSY goes to work. At her locker, she checks out the Clevlend website again, and takes at look at CYH's face. She leaves to make her rounds and gazes at CYH's face again, before finally keeping her phone away. It looks like some time has passed (@laeticia521 says 3 years) - they have a new group of anaesthesiologists and KSY is acting like a senior, reprimanding the juniors (she tells them that they either diagnose or treat the patients, they can't make a guess as this is not medical school anymore and the patients are not 'guinea pigs' so to speak). She acts all frustrated (it's quite a scene actually - KSY unties her hair and she looks like a lion with the mane all messy). One of the newer doctors ask "What's her nickname again" and someone replies "Crazy KSY". (heheh) Omo someone walks behind KSY and his steps are exactly like CYH's. His picture is blurred but I bet my dollar it's him - YES, it's him.
  8. Its the last episode before we say goodbye to Dr John...be strong my heart. Continuation from the scene last night where KSY receives no email and calls CYH. HJ leads the team meeting. Sounds like he is giving them a quiz before they go off on their rounds. There is still no answer or email from CYH. KSY goes to the Clevlend website and retrieves the US number. She calls but there is no reply. She takes leave from work to go to the US to visit him. Just before she boards the flight, she manages to connect with the US number, a doctor from America picks up the call and says that CYH is busy with a project and can't answer the call at the moment but he will be able to do so in a few days. KSY feels relieved, she was very worried. The scene at the airport flashes by again and she recalls the kiss they had. She cheers up and leaves the airport. We then get to see the scene in the US - CYH is in the ICU, he asked the American to relay the message but he is not well.
  9. @jimjim1704 I think the second couple have a more restrained and dignified relationship. I have a suspicion, the Crown Prince will become the king and Lee Jin will leave the court (as he no longer holds that title). The show has hinted that it was his dream before, that is what he craves most for and because he leaves, she will join him on his travels. I think Haeryung will make for a very practical down-to-earth queen, one who will support Dowon in becoming a good king. And when they assume the throne, the country will become more progressive, opening up the country for futher technical advancements.
  10. I second that. I think the episode purposefully ended like that as a red herring. I agree that he is on his way back or since the call went through, he is already back. And I also second your peeve about still addressing him as Prof when they are dating.
  11. (edited for completeness of info) The director is excited about moving to the chairman's room and his lackey congratulates him on becoming the Chairman instead of just an "acting chairman" - its just the formalities they have to get over. He questions his lackey if there are any candidates but the answer is that no buying of votes seem to be taking place so it looks like appointment is a firm one. KSY's aunt urges the mum to run for the Chairman position at the hospital - the other board members are concerned that the director will not do a good job. But the mum looks hesitant. KSY rushes excitedly into her room and checks her email for her daily dose of CYH, or rather an update on CYH's stats. The other doctors tease her about how earnestly she is checking in on him. Her face changes, there is no email. She looks extremely worried and calls him but he does not pick up the call. KSY's sister says to wait for a while. It's quite funny - she still calls him "professor" in her text to him. She asks him why he has not written an email to her. Then the show ends there. Preview There is none
  12. (edited for correctness of info) HJ announces to the other 2 doctors that the girls have taken one week off. They ask him why CYH has not turned up at all. He then informs the other doctors that CYH is leaving for US today. We see CYH looking at KSY's number but he does not make the call. He has packed up his furniture too - the house looks empty. CYH is taking a cab to the airport. KSY's sister goes to look for her, she wants to move back in with the sister. KSY higs the sister and says "Of course, Welcome back." KSY's sister apologies to her (probably for her behaviour previously). They both apologise to each other. HJ calls KSY's sister and asks her out for a meal. She says she is at her KSY's place. She asks KSY to go together to eat but she refuses. The sister tries to ask KSY a question but changes her mind. HJ tries to feed the sister - he says you feel weak after a funeral. But the sister says she is more worried about KSY. She knows that CYH is leaving today and asks if that's it to HJ? She is upset, it feels like KSY is losing both her dad and CYH - her comments are expressed so loudly in the restaurant that HJ looks all around him in concern. I think she asks HJ if he has already left or why he is avoiding her? HJ says he is leaving because it's too much for KSY to handle; to which the sister says, 'leaving like that, without a word, without seeing my sister?' HJ looks exasperated, he tells her, "You are so frustrating". She isn't done yet - she asks him, "Are you taking sides now?" "Do you know something you aren't telling me?" HJ downs a cup of water and she screams at him. ( It looks like HJ knows something but he doesn't want to divulge anything to KSY's sister, but I think he does after that). Next we see the sister waking KSY up. She tells her that CYH is at the airport; she says that KSY will regret it if she deosn't go to see him off. There is a reason she has to go (KSY tells the sister the reason, which we find out shortly). We see CYH walking into the airport. HJ is driving KSY to the airport and he apologises for not telling her that CYH was in the OT by the father's side all along, administering the ambu bag by hand (the plastic bag like thingie which dispenses air). He was with the father till the end (but CYH made him promise not to tell). KSY runs around the airport trying to locate CYH (it's frustrating to watch as they narrowly miss each other). She calls him but he hesitates at picking up the call - his heart waivers and it fights with his head; she sees him hesitating. He still doesn't pick up the call but KSY approaches him and wishes him happiness. (for complete translation of their conversation, pls look for fruitkatsu's post on page 36). He confesses that he didn't give her an answer before because he has feelings for her AND he's leaving so why bother confessing. But she says a love confession can be said anytime, more so when tomorrow may not come. AHHHHHH he kisses her (very passionately). He says it...AHHHHH he tells her that he loves her and she says me too. He stoops in to kiss her again - omo, I am in 7th heaven!!!! I think he still goes to US. And everyday he sends her his stats, like BP, etc. She checks her email everyday and records his stats in her notebook everyday.
  13. For the time being, CYH's thoughts are now diverted to solving the prosecutor's medical condition. He is back to his analytical self. The prosecutor asks him if he is curious why he asked for CYH and CYH says it's because he is tenacious and he agrees, that he needs CYH's tenacity right now, for his medical condition. The whole team is discussion about his case. It looks like KSY wants to say something to CYH but she holds back, collects her stuff and leaves the meeting room. CYH looks at her leaving but does not say anything. It seems that his books are tied up, he is packed up to leave. (edited for completeness of info) He leaves the hospital and KSY is waiting for him outside the hospital. I think she asks him if he has taken up the research position at Clevlend where he will carry out research on using genes from CIPA patients to suppress the pain felt by patients - he concurs. She says she knew as a scholar and as someone with that condition, he would want to participate in such a research. She asks him, "What about me? My life changed eversince I met you. Has it not changed for you? You said that I made you dream and allowed you to feel happiness. What did you dream and why did you feel happy?" She tells him to go but she wants an answer to the question she posed. He tells her to come to her senses, snap out of it and face reality. He doesn't want to talk to her about these things anymore and tells her not to wait for an answer. He then abruptly walks off. She just stands there and doesn't say anything. Next we see CYH is his lab, taking blood samples. All of a sudden he holds the temples on his forehead (looks like a combination of physical and emotional pain). Cut to the hospital again. CYH is undertaking a procedure to implant a chemotherapy pump - I think it means that this way the drug will be infused into the pump directly into his body. This is to curb the side effect of taking oral medication which is causing him to suffer heart attack like symptoms. CYH passes by the nurse in the hospital. He walks by her and then turns back to talk to her. The nurse is expressing her frustration at him for remaining calm despite her throwing her rage at him for helping the criminal die in peace. There is a flashback of the scene where he knocks the document that the nurse had in hand. It was the document that she forced the criminal to sign, to take part in some drug trial. It is obvious that he knew she forced/ falsified the signature and I think she asks him why he pretended not to know - there was no way the patient/criminal could have signed it in his condition. In fact, during his trial in court, he claimed that he had no knowledge about the patient consenting to take part in the trial, only after his death did he know (which was perjury actually as he had seen the form). CYH gives a very empathetic explanation to the nurse - he know he caused her pain with his actions, by giving the criminal a way out through death. He knows she must have have wanted to pour her grief and anger out and he was willing to accept it all, with his incarceration. She looks remorseful. She then goes to see the prosecutor and cries by his bedside. Neither of them are well of, in their pursuit for revenge and justice, both have suffered emotionally and physically. KSY's mum gets a phone call. The doctor attending to KSY's dad/ her hubby says that brain wave activity can no longer be detected on the father - he is nearing brain death. Both girls get a phone call at the same time to go to their dad's bedside. KSY's sister is scared to go but KSY holds her hand and they run hand-in-hand to see the father. I think the family make a call to let the father go peacefully without being hooked up to machines anymore (this decision is backed by the ethics committee). KSY says she found an organ donor card in her father's wallet and the mother says they made it together. KSY's sister agrees to it too, that the father donate what organs he can, given his condition. The family and some doctors send the father off to the OT (to harvest organs for donation), he is taken off the ventilator and allowed to leave peacefully there. The girls say their good-byes to him, it's a heart-wrenching scene. KSY's mum places her ring on his pinkie finger. The OT team recite a prayer for him, thanking him for donating his organs. Next, the family are at the wake. KSY looks out hopefully for CYH but he does not appear (eventhough HJ informed him about the father's condition). The family cremate him and place him near a tree. Instead, we see CYH visiting his own father at the columbarium.
  14. Episode 15 begins. (Edited for correctness of info) It begins with the scene from last week where CYH tries to resuscitate GS who flatlines. KSY says to let him rest in peace. CYH looks at the monitors in disbelief and tears appear. He then touches GS, I think it's the one time that he loses his calm composure. HJ and KSY's sister break the news to GS's mum, who is in tears. I think they offers her their assistance . CYH sits in the OT, looking desponded. KSY approaches him and asks if his hand is ok. She reaches out to check but he pulls his hand away. I think he tells her to stop being his guardian as he won't know when he will leave her (?) She tries to tell him that he is not GS. He is emotional and tries to tell her that he is a ticking time-bomb that doesn't know when it will explode. It's a highly charged scene, he even imitates the sound of a bomb going off and asks her "what can you do if you are holding a time bomb? What do you want me to do?" She challenges him about his outlook, she says "You never said that to patients, and even if there is no tomorrow, you said you won't speed up death. So why won't you allow yourself any hope or dreams?" She then tells him to live for today, even if there is no tomorrow. To which he replies that it's how he has lived his life so far but he can't do that anymore since she is in his life now. He is fearful that tomorrow won't come, and that stops him from living in the present. So he says he won't do that anymore, he will go back to being his reckless self, eventhough KSY gave him the ability to dream which made him happy. He then walks out on her. KSY is devastated and she breaks out in tears. He has a flashback of her confession to him about liking him and all those times that they had together, including times when he cheered her up as well as times when she protected him. (edited for completeness of info) The public is informed about the passing of the ex-Health Minister and that he as well as two other patients were euthanised with an illegal drug. The prosecutor provides a press conference about their investigation into this drug, and their request to interpol to arrest the 2 men who have fled the country, to assist with the investigation. KSY's mum and the hospital director are talking about this news that the company Zinmu Rijund may have been involved. This matter is discussed by the Director and KSY's mum, that the hospital's legal department (Lawyer Han) was investigated. KSY's mum says she believes the plan was to try to get euthanasia legalised in Korea. The director asks her if she didn't know anything about it; she retorts that she won't have remained silent had she known. The director says that CYH probably had nothing to do with this, right? KSY's mum suggests that he ask CYH directly if he is really that curious about it. After all, he is not planning on remaining in the hospital, anyway. The prosecutor is leaving the press conference and grimacing in pain. The nurse calls him to say she was shocked with the news and to empathise with him that it must have been tough for him. He informs her that it wasn't that bad as he had an informant, and the nurse guesses correctly that it was CYH. She asks him how CYH reacted to the disclosure of his condition and the prosecutor says CYH is not bothered by it. KSY is ruminating about the incident where CYH told her to 'back off?' She walks past him and he looks at her but she doesn't spot him. They are having a team meeting. CYH apologises (probably for the scene with GS) and thanks the team for their hard work. The team know he is leaving and ask him if he has been scouted to go to another hospital. He denies it, but evades the question of where he is headed to and why he is leaving. He offers no answers. He tells HJ to take over his work and says he will clear everythin up in a few days. The prosecutor is driving and he gets a heart attack, probably a side effect of the drug. He nearly drives onto on coming traffic and tries to call for help but he can't manage to do so. The driver in the car behind calls 911 for him. In the ambulance, I think he asks the paramedic to send him to CYH's hospital. CYH runs over to see him and asks how he is feeling. He tells CYH about the pains he is experiencing and CYH tells the prosecutor that he will find a way to address his condition.
×
×
  • Create New...