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‘Doctor Stranger’ ends in happy reconciliation

  • Published : Jul 9, 2014 - 15:40
  • Updated : Jul 9, 2014 - 15:40

Actors Lee Jong-suk and Park Hae-jin showed two happy endings in the last episode of SBS’ medical rom-com “Doctor Stranger.”

Park Hoon, played by Lee, gains both love and a lifetime vocation as a humanitarian doctor. Even after he faces death threats from a North Korean agent and a South Korean politician, he ends up serving his duty as a doctor by operating on the injured politician.

Han Jae-joon, played by Park, reconciles with Oh Joon-kyu, his former boss and the owner of Myungwoo Hospital. As a child, Han lost his parents in a medical accident that occurred in Myungwoo Hospital, which Oh later ordered to secretly cover up. 

Actor Lee Jong-suk embraces actress Jin Se-yeon in SBS medical rom-com "Doctor Stranger." (SBS)
Actor Park Hae-jin and actress Kang So-ra appear on the last episode of SBS medical rom-com "Doctor Stranger." (SBS)

Thanks to the touching endings, the last episode “Doctor Stranger” hit a 12.7 percent audience rating on Tuesday, topping its rival Monday-Tuesday shows, research firm Nielsen Korea reported.