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Father's Day with Joo Won  

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  1. 1. Who is the most fun father (figure) of Joo Won's character? (choose as many as you want)

    • Alice: Yoon Min Hyuk (Kwak Si Yang) - Father
    • Alice: Det. Go Hyeon Seok (Kim Sang Ho) - Father figure
    • Good Doctor: Dr. Choi Woo Seok (Cheon Ho Jin) - Father figure
    • Good Doctor: Park Choon Sung (Jung Ho Keun) - Father
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    • Yong Pal: Tae Hyun’s father (Choi Joon Yong) - Father
    • 7th Grade Civil Servant: Han Joo Man (Dok Ko Yeong Jae) - Father
    • 7th Grade Civil Servant: Kim Won Seok (Ahn Nae Sang) - Father figure
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    • Nae Il’s Cantabile: Cha Dong Woo (Jung Bo Suk) - Father
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    • My Sassy Girl: Gyun Pil Young (Jo Hee Bong) - Father
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    • Bridal Mask: Lee Sun (Lee Il Jae) - Father
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    • Someone else (Please mention in your comments)
  2. 2. Who is the strictest father (figure) of Joo Won's character? (choose as many as you want)

    • Alice: Yoon Min Hyuk (Kwak Si Yang) - Father
    • Alice: Det. Go Hyeon Seok (Kim Sang Ho) - Father figure
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    • Good Doctor: Dr. Choi Woo Seok (Cheon Ho Jin) - Father figure
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    • Good Doctor: Park Choon Sung (Jung Ho Keun) - Father
    • Yong Pal: Tae Hyun’s father (Choi Joon Yong) - Father
    • 7th Grade Civil Servant: Han Joo Man (Dok Ko Yeong Jae) - Father
    • 7th Grade Civil Servant: Kim Won Seok (Ahn Nae Sang) - Father figure
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    • Nae Il’s Cantabile: Cha Dong Woo (Jung Bo Suk) - Father
    • My Sassy Girl: Gyun Pil Young (Jo Hee Bong) - Father
    • Bridal Mask: Lee Sun (Lee Il Jae) - Father
    • Someone else (Please mention in your comments)
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  3. 3. In which drama do you wish that Joo Won’s character should be closer to his dad? (choose as many as you want)

    • Alice
    • My Sassy Girl
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    • Yong Pal
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    • Naeil’s Cantabile
    • Good Doctor
    • 7th Grade Civil Servant
    • Bridal Mask
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    • Ojakgyo Family
    • King of Baking, Kim Takgu

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  • Poll closes on 06/23/2021 at 11:41 AM

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farbarri said: simplydramafied1082 said:
So I just wondered whether she realised after interacting with Joo Won he is having signs of autism or not because after stepping out of their house she seemed miffed with the idea of him ignoring her when he was reciting directions. I went through the blog of Raine and I have to agree with this thought that Yoon Seo sent Shi On to get a missing ingredient to a shop close by when his process of rehabilitation for autism is not complete. Ideally he should feel lost but he didn't. I so want this drama to hit the high notes but being mindful there are a lot of skeptics who are watching it simultaneously is kinda freaking me out. 

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Joo Won played “Good Doctor” 11 years ago?  A mysterious fate !!

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“Good Doctor is my fate.”

It became a hot topic when it is found out Joo Won previously played a project which had the same title of the current popular KBS2 Mon/Tue drama “Good Doctor”.

Joo Won is currently playing Park Shi On, a hospital resident who has savant syndrome in drama “Good Doctor” which started its airing from 5 Aug.    What makes it interesting is Joo Won played a project of the same title eleven years ago.

In order to fix his passive character, Joo Won joined a drama group when he was in the 3rd year of  junior high school and the first project he played was “Good Doctor”.   “Good Doctor” was a comedy written by comedy writer Neil Simon.  It was based on the story of Anton Chekhov and was released in 1973.

Joo Won’s management agency revealed “they really found it unbelievable.  Joo Won didn’t even suggest to the production house changing the drama title but the title just came out the same coincidentally.  It is really a very special project to Joo Won.”

On 6 Aug, “Good Doctor” achieved the average national viewer rating of 14% and is leading the ratings of the same time slot against MBC “Goddess of Fire” (11.6%) and SBS “Empire of Gold” (11%).

 

Source from sportseoul.com

Japanese translation by mjw0930 

http://mjw0930.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-1578.html

English translation by manyearsago @ Joo Won soompi international fans



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simplydramafied1082 said: farbarri said: simplydramafied1082 said:
So I just wondered whether she realised after interacting with Joo Won he is having signs of autism or not because after stepping out of their house she seemed miffed with the idea of him ignoring her when he was reciting directions. I went through the blog of Raine and I have to agree with this thought that Yoon Seo sent Shi On to get a missing ingredient to a shop close by when his process of rehabilitation for autism is not complete. Ideally he should feel lost but he didn't. I so want this drama to hit the high notes but being mindful there are a lot of skeptics who are watching it simultaneously is kinda freaking me out. 

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@stearly... I hope Dr. Cha will always mess with the scalpel... I really love that cute cute Dr. Park pouting.... AWWWWW!!!! CHUUU CUTE!!!

If that's me, you'll see the most retarded coolreborn making Shi On go pouting mad.... hurhurhur. :D

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I have been reading a number of comments from people who struggle to see the loveline between Park Si On and Cha Yoon Seo. A handful even called it creepy which I thought was downright insulting.

To be honest, very early on, I felt the same way too. Not that it would be creepy or awful in any sense but rather I could not picture it. I told myself that since this is a medical drama, the romance won't be the central story. Mostly, I couldn't visualize a korean drama romance between an autistic man and a woman. I must say I have come a long way since then.

Here's what I wrote in the drama thread:


Initially I had the same view towards the loveline. First, I had thought this was a medical drama featuring a special doctor, a savant who is also autistic.If I want romance, I won't watch medical dramas, not that there is none but rather none has made me a fan.

Then word came out that this will be different, it will be more of a human drama than purely a medical one. Now, that's when I thought it looks more promising on the romance aspect. Still, I could not compute how an autistic man can court and romance a woman the way we are used to in a typical kdrama rom-com. I even lamented silently that it's a waste because we have Joo Won and Moon Chae Won in the same show, how can we not have some 'shippy-ship', right?

I chanced upon forums where autistic people chat and share their experiences. From there, I learn that some do not have any desire to start a romantic relationship while many say they do. Those who have the desire expressed frustrations in courtship and maintaining a relationship due to their disorder. Some give up, some preserver. They faced the same issues as everyone else with regards to matters of the heart just that in addition to those, they faced more and different issues.

It is clear by now that Park Si On is fully capable of love; of being loved and loving another. The problem lies in not being able to express himself. Although he doesn't say it loud or cry, it is without doubt that he missed his hyung so much. As apparent in episode 2, he soothes himself to sleep, clutching the precious last gift from his hyung, remembering how his hyung tickled him. Next question is: Will he be able to love another human being? I think we have the answer already. Although it is not the same as romantic love, it is obvious that SI On feels more compassion and love for children than most people. You can see it in his eyes , the way he looks at the young patients and how he touches them with much care and tenderness.

His speech in front of the hospital board had me when he said "...I wanted to let them become adults, to have children of their own and love them.” Is this man capable of love? I would say a resounding "Yes" Is this a man who wants to have a family and children to love? Most likely. Would he be able to express it to the woman he loves, to court her, satisfy her needs and care for her as a partner? These are the questions which I very much hope the drama will answer and do well. Then we might witness one of the most beautiful and unique love story ever in kdramaland.

 

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Hope I don't bore out anyone of you but just wanted to add something which might occur frequently in the drama:In the second episode when Dr. Do Han successfully performs both the surgeries the Chief of Paeds was playing golf. Now the other guy besides the Chief Manager of the Hospital at the game was a representative of a Pharmaceutical Group. In every hospital we have medical reps sellintheir pharmaceutical products or medical appliances to bolster the sales of their products which affects the sales made in the fiscal quarters of their company.If doctors manage to prescribe a whole lot of their products to the patients they get an additional commission (extra cash) from the pharmaceutical which is like a cut of the sales made in that quarter. Sometimes doctors get greedy and prescribe these drugs when it is actually not needed for that medical condition.So in this case Dr. Go plays those typical sleazy doctors who wants to make money from his profession (besides his salary and added benefits from the hospital). Hence he was closing in on a deal with the Rep when he was called in for the surgery.While they were doing surgery on the little boy ('lil Seung Ho who threw up the green goo) PSO said one of the reasons  in the resultant delay in healing of his wounds post-op was administration of a drug which was not yet approved by the FDA and was still in clinical trial (that means it was not yet confirmed to be safely administered for humans). I don't know whether the drug given to the boy was from the same company of that medical rep. Hence this goes against the very ethics of their profession and Director Choi wanted to report him. If he was reported there could be possibilities his license would be revoked thereby he could no longer practice as a doctor.But Assistant Director Hyun Tae (played by the awesome Kwak Do Han) used it against the Director by saying this could further complicate things for PSO since he is in the same dept of Dr. Go (which I still can't understand how is that related).Anyways just to explain this is another one of the dirty politics / money making tactics used by doctors in hospitals.

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