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Doctor Stranger

2014 South Korean TV series

Doctor Stranger (Korean: 닥터 이방인; RR: Dakteo Yibangin) is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Lee Jong-suk, Jin Se-yeon, Park Hae-jin and Kang So-Ra.[1] It aired on SBS from May 5 to July 8, 2014 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 KST (UTC+9) for 20 episodes.


As a child, Park Hoon (Lee Jong-suk) and his father Park Cheol (Kim Sang-joong) were tricked and sent to North Korea. After being sent to North Korea, Park Hoon and his father were denied access to go back to South Korea. In North Korea, Park Hoon was trained to become a doctor by his father who was already a famous doctor. He became a genius cardiothoracic surgeon after attending medical school in North Korea. There, he fell deeply in love with Song Jae-hee (Jin Se-yeon). After Park Hoon's father died, he tried to flee to South Korea with Jae-hee, but lost contact with her in the end. Park Hoon was able to flee to South Korea alone.

In South Korea, Park Hoon begins to work as doctor in a top hospital Myungwoo University Hospital. Meanwhile, he found a girl that looks exactly like Jae-hee, Doctor Han Seung-hee, who claims not to know Park Hoon.



A South Korean who was raised in North Korea after his father was conned into going over to North. He trained to be a genius doctor in North Korea and later defects to South Korea in a bid to live a better life with his lover.
Jae-hee is Park Hoon's soul mate who was separated from him while they were escaping from North Korea; Seung-hee is a North Korean woman and is a specialist in oriental medicine anesthesia.
A genius who graduated from Harvard and became a doctor to take revenge on Myungwoo Hospital, as Park Hoon's rival.
Daughter of the chairman of Myungwoo Hospital, a cardiothoracic surgeon


  • Park Hae-joon as Cha Jin-soo (North Korean agent)
  • Chun Ho-jin as Prime Minister Jang Seok-joo
  • Jeon Gook-hwan as Oh Joon-gyu (Soo-hyun's father and chairman of the Myungwoo Hospital)
  • Choi Jung-woo as Moon Hyung-wook
  • Nam Myung-ryul as Choi Byeong-cheol
  • Yoon Bo-ra as Lee Chang-yi
  • Kim Sang-ho as Yang Jeong-han
  • Hwang Dong-joo as Geum Bong-hyun
  • Kang Tae-hwan as Oh Sang-jin
  • Lee Jae Won as Kim Chi-gyu
  • Kim Bo-mi as Kim Ah-young (Chi-gyu's younger sister)
  • Uhm Soo-jung as Min Soo-ji
  • Han Eun-sun as Eun Min-se
  • Jung In-gi as Kim Tae-sool
  • Kim Ji-eun as Joon-gyu's secretary
  • Kim Yong-gun as President Hong Chan-sang
  • Kim Ji-young as Jeong-min
  • Kim Sang-joong as Park Cheol (Park Hoon's father)
  • Zhang Liang as Sean Zhang (Jae-joon's friend)
  • Jung Hye-in as Nurse

Original soundtrack[edit]

Part 1[edit]

Part 2[edit]

1."Meet You Know" (지금만나러가요)Lee Ki-chan4:05
2."Meet You Know" (Inst.) 4:05
Total length:8:01

Part 3[edit]

1."A Good Day Like This" (이렇게좋은날)Jeon Hye-won3:36
2."A Good Day Like This" (Inst.) 3:36
Total length:7:32

Part 4[edit]

1."As If Tomorrow Won't Come" (내일이안오것처럼)G.O (MBLAQ)3:50
2."As If Tomorrow Won't Come" (Inst.) 3:50
Total length:7:00

Part 5[edit]

Part 6[edit]

1."Because of You" (당신때문에)Park Jung-ah3:28
2."Because of You" (Inst.) 3:28
Total length:7:56
1."I Am a Stranger" (Opening Title)Kim Jang Woo3:20
2."Dangerous Guys"Kim Jang Woo3:00
3."Escape"Kim Jang Woo3:35
4."G.R.B"Kim Jang Woo3:30
5."Memory"Kim Jang Woo4:45
6."New Life"Kim Jang Woo2:40
7."Promise"Kim Jang Woo3:10
8."Team Strangers"Kim Jang Woo3:40
9."The Meaning of Tears"Kim Jang Woo3:50
10."Right Way"Kim Jang Woo4:59

Production and broadcast[edit]

Director Jin Hyuk previously directed Brilliant Legacy (2009), City Hunter (2011), Master's Sun (2013). Co-screenwriter Park Jin-woo previously wrote Conspiracy in the Court (2007) and The Kingdom of the Winds (2008).

In China, the online streaming rights for drama were sold for $80,000 per episode and the drama was made available for online streaming on both Youku and Tudou where it received 330 million and 50 million views, respectively. As of July 7, 2014 it has been streamed close to 400 million times.[3] Due to the drama's success in China there are currently plans to edit the drama into a film and release it theatrically exclusively in China with an alternate ending.[4][5][6] According to the website DailyNK, which reports on North Korea-related issues, the drama was highly popular among North Korean youth who would obtain it illegally at the jangmadang (markets).[7]


Episode # Original broadcast date Average audience share
TNmS Ratings[8]AGB Nielsen[9]
Nationwide Seoul National Capital AreaNationwide Seoul National Capital Area
1 5 May 2014 9.4%11.6%8.6%9.5%
2 6 May 2014 11.3% 13.7% 9.4% 9.9%
3 12 May 2014 11.6% 13.6% 12.1% 13.3%
4 13 May 2014 13.1% 16.2% 12.7% 13.3%
5 19 May 2014 14.2%18.1%14.0%15.6%
6 20 May 2014 12.1% 15.9% 12.7% 14.3%
7 26 May 2014 12.8% 15.8% 13.1% 14.8%
8 27 May 2014 12.3% 15.1% 12.5% 14.1%
9 2 June 2014 13.0% 16.1% 13.2% 14.7%
10 3 June 2014 12.0% 14.8% 11.7% 12.9%
11 9 June 2014 10.7% 13.5% 11.0% 12.4%
12 10 June 2014 11.1% 14.1% 11.5% 12.7%
13 16 June 2014 11.4% 13.6% 11.6% 13.1%
14 17 June 2014 11.5% 13.6% 10.8% 12.3%
15 23 June 2014 12.4% 15.2% 11.9% 13.6%
16 24 June 2014 10.8% 12.4% 11.8% 13.4%
17 30 June 2014 10.9% 12.7% 11.6% 13.3%
18 1 July 2014 11.5% 12.8% 10.1% 11.2%
19 7 July 2014 11.2% 13.7% 10.9% 12.3%
20 8 July 2014 12.2% 14.2% 12.7% 14.6%

Awards and nominations[edit]


External links[edit]


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ABOUT DRAMA: Doctor Stranger

Doctor Stranger (Hangul: 닥터 이방인; Romaja: Dakteo Yibangin) is a 2014 Korean drama starring Lee Jong-suk, Jin Se-yeon, Park Hae Jin, and Kang Sora. The series airs on SBS every Monday and Tuesday 21:55 from May 5, 2014 to July 8, 2014 consists of 20 episodes. Now, you can watch free on


The Strange Country Doctor is a medical drama mixed with love, telling the story of a doctor who flees from North Korea to the largest hospital in Korea to work. Park Hoon, the main character, is a fugitive doctor from North Korea that has a mysterious past and a strange personality. As a child, Park Hoon (Lee Jong-suk) and his father were kidnapped by the Koreans. In North Korea, Park Hoon was trained to become a doctor by his father who was a doctor. From here, Park Hoon proves to be a genius chest surgeon. After that, he fled back to Korea. Park Hoon works as a doctor at Korea's Top Hospital - Myung Woo University Hospital, but he feels completely like an outsider. In order to bring someone he loves from North Korea to South Korea, Park Hoon does anything to make money.


Main actors

  • Lee Jong-suk as Park Hoon (a genius doctor, sent to North Korea with his father when he was a child).
  • Goo Seung-hyun as Park Hoon as a child.
  • Jin Se-yeon as Song Jae-hee / Han Seung-hee.
  • Seo Ji-hee (2006) as Song Jae-hee as a child.
  • Park Hae Jin as Han Jae-joon / Lee Sung-hoon (Park Hoon's rival, a Harvard graduate doctor).
  • Kim Ji-hoon as Lee Sung-hoon as a child.
  • Kang Sora as Oh Soo-hyun (daughter of the President of Myung Woo University Hospital).
  • Shin Soo-yun as Oh Soo-hyun as a child.

Supporting actor

  • Park Hae-joon as Cha Jin-soo.
  • Chun Ho-jin as Prime Minister Jang Seok-joo.
  • Jeon Gook-hwan as Oh Joon-gyu (Soo-hyun's father and the President of Myung Woo University Hospital).
  • Choi Jung-woo as Moon Hyung-wook.
  • Nam Myung-ryul as Choi Byeong-cheol.
  • Yoon Bora as Lee Chang-yi.
  • Kim Sang-ho as Yang Jeong-han.
  • Hwang Dong-joo as Geum Bong-hyun.
  • Kang Tae-hwan as Oh Sang-jin.
  • Lee Jae Won as Kim Chi-gyu.
  • Uhm Soo-jung as Min Soo-ji.
  • Han Eun-sun as Eun Min-se.
  • Jung In-gi as Kim Tae-sool.
  • Kim Yong-gun as President Hong Chan-sang.
  • Kim Ji-young as Jeong-min.
  • Kim Sang-joong as Park Cheol (Park Hoon's father).
  • Zhang Liang as Sean Zhang (Jae-joon's friend).


The film is the delicate integration of many genres from medical, advanced science, romantic love to thrilling and attractive spy situations. Each story has its own stage, enough for the actors to show their talents. An audacious storyline when exploiting tensions between South Korea and North Korea in 2014. When the audience was a little bored with the simple love story, medical elements and unexpected encounters. throughout 20 episodes. Besides, details of helping others, repaying gratitude, tending conscience, and haunting the past are also skillfully included in the film, creating deep deep notes for the "Doctor Stranger". The "Doctor Stranger" also has the participation of beautiful actresses like Jin Se Yeon, Kang Sora, Yoon Bora of Sistar... making each movie create extremely romantic and romantic scenes suck.

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Story 4.0

Acting/Cast 7.0

Music 7.0

Rewatch Value 1.0

The term "wasted opportunity" should have a definition--Doctor Stranger. Doctor Stranger was nothing but a wasted opportunity--a piece of work that started so strong and had a pretty powerful premise combined with corrupt politics and evil machinations with world-altering circumstances, but turned out to be nothing but people piddling around a hospital in a competition which seemingly went nowhere and somewhere at once. In other words, Doctor Stranger felt like it surgically removed too many parts and tried to put them back together, but when doing so, it mistook some organs for others and ultimately ended up being a "table death."

That "death" was almost predestined by Doctor Stranger's plot. At first, the show was thrilling; it's focus on Park Hoon and the things a doctor has to do gripped me. Yet, a show that has one weak character from the beginning will often find that weak character to be the cause of its entire downfall. That's what happened here. A weak character was then joined by mediocre characters, and the whole show had to rely on one really strong character (Park Hoon) to bolster the story. That weak character, though, thread through Park Hoon's performance, made a wrong stitch, and unraveled it altogether. (Don't even get me started on the ending.)

Acting-wise, it was either a beating heart or a flat line. Lee Jong Suk, Kang Sora, and Park Hae Jin gave a lot to their roles. In Jong Suk's case, his acting showed more depth than his previous roles and made me feel for Park Hoon in a real way. Unfortunately, the flat-lined actress Jin Se Yeon, brought as much character as character development for her character, that is to say, none. She tripped and stumbled over every scene that required any emotion other than a blank face that clearly said, "I don't know what the hell I'm doing."

Music-wise, I have no complaints.

Instead of asking, "Will you re-watch this?," I would say the question should be, "Do I have to re-watch this?"

Overall, I can't waste any more words than the characters did over dying patients on this drama.

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