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[Variety] Beating Hearts / Heart is Beating (심장이 뛴다)


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ecs707a said: Don't know what this is from.

photo credit: some naver blog whose name I can't read from the watermark via pkw dcinside by 꽃뀽

kjmcth said:

from SEOBU FIRE STATION INCHEON

Yeah, the watermark is actually readable in some of the photos you posted, like this one:

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Thanks for the many pics, kjmcth!

And yay!  New episode today.  Although, from the news articles that have been posted so far, it looks sad.  At least the part where they visit the woman who lost her leg.

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A video of the cast doing something on the ice.  Maybe there will be more of this in a future episode? (edit: this is in episode 18)



And I watched most of episode 17 last night, and the dogs!  So cute.  I think it'll be interesting to see them learning about how to work with the dogs.  I hope there's more of that to come.  But neither of the dogs is the same dog from that pic I posted before.  Hmm...
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class="titleNews" Park Ki Woong Sweetly Confesses(?) to Jeon Hye Bin in the Morning


As the visual duo on SBS’ My Heart Beats, Park Ki Woong and Jeon Hye Bin made the hearts of viewers beat faster when they both whispered, “I love you,” to each other.



On March 11’s broadcast of My Heart Beats, Park Ki Woong entered the room where Jeon Hye Bin was sleeping in. Waking her up, Park Ki Woong whispered, “It’s kind of awkward to say this….but I love you.”

Jeon Hye Bin let out a short laugh before replying back, “I love you too.”

The reason why the two stars greeted each other with ‘I love you’s was because of the rule at the Kwangjin Fire Station, where they were transferred to. The firefighters working there agreed that this statement should be a morning greeting.


video just click link above ... my country not allowed watch this vide....


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class="titleNews"[Ratings: Tues, 03.18.14] Busan Citizens Save a Mother and Newborn’s Lives on ‘My Heart Beats’83279503.jpg


While it might be the most obvious thing in the world to many countries, most cars in Korea do not move out of the way of emergency vehicles, such as ambulances or fire trucks, as seen on SBS’ My Heart Beats.

Experiencing it firsthand, the stars of My Heart Beats, who work as volunteer fire fighters and EMTs at fire stations, have started a campaign to make the ‘miracle of Moses’ happen in Korea, in which cars split like the Nile River when an ambulance or fire truck has its sirens on.

Although the show’s ratings are fairly low, the campaign seemed to be working as seen on March 18’s broadcast, where a pregnant woman went into premature labor and was being transferred from Pohang to Busan, about a 120 km distance.

Luckily for the mother and baby, all the cars on the road began to move to the side, despite it being morning rush hour. The EMT, who escorted the mother, noted that in his three years of experience, it was the first time he has seen something like this happen before.


http://mwave.interest.me/enewsworld/en/article/61366/korea-tv-ratings-20140318

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kjmcth said: [Ratings: Tues, 03.18.14] Busan Citizens Save a Mother and Newborn’s Lives on ‘My Heart Beats’

While it might be the most obvious thing in the world to many countries, most cars in Korea do not move out of the way of emergency vehicles, such as ambulances or fire trucks, as seen on SBS’ My Heart Beats.

Experiencing it firsthand, the stars of My Heart Beats, who work as volunteer fire fighters and EMTs at fire stations, have started a campaign to make the ‘miracle of Moses’ happen in Korea, in which cars split like the Nile River when an ambulance or fire truck has its sirens on.

Although the show’s ratings are fairly low, the campaign seemed to be working as seen on March 18’s broadcast, where a pregnant woman went into premature labor and was being transferred from Pohang to Busan, about a 120 km distance.

Luckily for the mother and baby, all the cars on the road began to move to the side, despite it being morning rush hour. The EMT, who escorted the mother, noted that in his three years of experience, it was the first time he has seen something like this happen before.


http://mwave.interest.me/enewsworld/en/article/61366/korea-tv-ratings-20140318

kjmcth, thanks for posting this article!  I've seen the Moses reference over and over in Google translated things, and couldn't figure out what that could possibly mean, lol.  Now it makes sense.  (But wasn't it the Red Sea, not the Nile River?)

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adikkeluangman said:

#choiwooshik SBS '심장이 뛴다' with Moses Miracle Project draws a lot of attention! Stay tuned for tonight at 11.15PM(KST) pic.twitter.com/OTqjgeaxj8

— JYPACTORS (@JYPACTORS)

March 25, 2014

For tonight show... Is this the show logo. Anyway it's cute.

I guess that's the logo for the Moses Miracle Project?  It's on the stickers that they gave out to promote it last episode (19).
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I think, although I may be wrong, that this might have been from when they were shooting that commercial/public service announcement thingy that they showed in the preview for episode 21 at the end of 20.
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Screencap from episode 20.  Isn't that the same sweater?

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Yay!  I finally got my wish for more rescue dog training sessions in episode 20.  And solved the mystery of the German Shepherd from the photo before (the one I posted way back at the end of January).
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So this dog was the good example, already fully trained rescue dog, lol.  Who was impressive, yes.  And I love the contrast between the two dogs-in-training and this one.

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Just caught up to ep18 just now, i'm quite behind this show. In ep17, that lady totally made me bawl like a baby (especially when she was visiting her kindergarden). It's too sad, especially since I've seen the footage of her being send to the emergency room a few episodes back and I was expecting her to do fine since she did the operation but ultimately, they missed the golden time for her leg to be safely put back. Just the thought of losing an important part of my body is difficult, I don't know how she can be so cheerful despite her difficulties. It's generous of her to agree to be put onto broadcast and use herself as an example to teach others a lesson so people can be more considerate and less people will suffer like her.
I really like this show, it goes beyond entertainment as it educate people on meaningful stuffs and show the darker realistic sides of the city. There are so many inconsiderate people that never give way to ambulance and firefighters, they're so selfish and could only think for themselves, I really hope that one day, they come across this show and reflect on themselves.I hope they can think as though the person in the ambulance is their own family member or themselves. 
As what the members stated in the press conference, they're not too bothered by the low ratings as long as the show keeps going on. I hope the higher-ups of SBS won't be too concerned with the ratings that they will consider about taking down the show because this is an educational show and a promotional tool for firefighters to promote campaigns on the Moses miracle. The more educated people are about firefighters, the higher chance for them to help the firefighters by being considerate citizens and this will save a lot of time for people who really need the help of firefighters.

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So I watch EP19. They always made the first part of the show, the reality of the job, the sadness, anger that the staff need to face daily and then second part, smile and laughter all the way. :)
Either people in Korea are selfish or don't follow the road rules, seriously will made any people going crazy. In my country, the compound fees will be higher than in Korea. The things is Korea looks at western country on this Moses situation but other Asian countries have better traffic regulation and enforcement. No need to look so far. 
My friend work in our local tv station, so she more or less sometime will told me how the broadcast tv station work. So when I ask her about this, she said most probably this program cost production is fully or partial funded by the fire/paramedic department. That is because they want to make this program as educational tool. That's why the production not so bother about rating. Because they're not the one use their money. The fire/paramedic department provide all materials and support needed and tv station will provide crews to do filming and editing. SBS is private TV station unlike KBS right. So it like win-win for both sides.

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