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Oh Doctors! I wanted to love you but I just can’t anymore. I mean I don’t dislike it or ready to drop it — there are enough reasons to continue watching. But some of my hopes have been dashed in recent episodes. Kim Rae Won and Park Shin Hye are definitely showing great chemistry with one another and that raised the hope in my mind to witness some swoony romance. But that didn’t mean that our hero Ji Hong had to admit that he is in love with Hye Jung so soon! In fact, he was in love with her all these years. Now that’s problematic. Firstly, it’s wrong — he was her teacher and I could have done with some affection or care but having feeling of love as a man to a woman, well, that’s so wrong. Secondly, it’s so unexciting! It’s so satisfying and delightful to see the gradual building up of attraction and love between two people, but the drama snatched that away from us. I’m not sure what is Hye Jung thinking, but I guess she is going to declare her feelings soon. There goes my hope of seeing them fall in love as adults. I would have liked if Ji Hong felt some struggle to accept his feelings, but, anyway, the writer already made them fall 13 years ago. Meh. I also find the hospital politics very boring, especially Seo Woo’s dad annoys me to no end. I just hope he appears less in forthcoming episodes.

Okay, rant over. LOL. I do like our leads and their interactions. I like that Ji Hong is really smooth and supportive. I love Hye Jung and the way she responds to everyone, especially people who try to blackmail her emotionally. I like that there are so many interlinked characters and just when I thought Ji Soo was in a cameo role, he reappeared! I also like the light tone of the show.

All in all, Doctors is pretty average show with good characters and actors. And yes, chemistry. The preview is out for episode 7 and looks like it is going to be a fun episode filled with light and funny moments.

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