(SPOT.ph) You would know by now that graduation from school and getting that hard-earned degree is a product of countless sleepless nights, several cups of coffee, a few breakdowns, and a ton of grit. Some choose to pursue further studies in their respective fields, and while the journey to finishing school is one filled with many obstacles, friends made along the way can help you reach the finish line. Some of them you even keep until adulthood! The Reply series of K-Dramas explores the topic of youth and friendship, and its creators have a new drama that explores the bond shared long after graduation: Medical drama Hospital Playlist starts streaming on March 12 on Netflix.
Medical school is no walk in the park, and five friends have stayed close—20 years after graduation. Each medical practioner has a different personality: the encouraging Song Hwa (Jeon Mi Do) serves as the group's leader, Seok Hyeong (Kim Dae Myeong) would rather keep to himself, Ik Jun (Cho Jung Seok) is a social butterfly who has excelled academically, Jun Wan (Chong Kyung Ho) is a formidable surgeon weighed down by his problems, and the caring Jeong Won (Yoo Yeon Seok) hides secrets underneath his sunny exterior.
Reply 1997, Reply 1994, Reply 1988, and Prison Playbook director Shin Won Ho and writer Lee Woo Jung are handling Hospital Playlist, and you can expect the same themes of struggle, connection, and frienship apparent in the lives of everyday folk. Aside from exploring the deep bonds shared between these five characters, the series will also explore their lives and problems beyond their hospital duties. While doctors are expected to be logical and level-headed in serious situations, Hospital Playlist peels back that outer layer to show the complicated and human side of medical professionals.
Hospital Playlist starts streaming on March 12 on Netflix.
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