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"I Am a Nurse, a Human" to Be Dramatized

2018/06/11 | 359 views | Permalink | Source

"I Am a Nurse, a Human" is an essay that tells the story of nurses that will be dramatized.

The essay was published in April of last year and it tells the story of a nurse who cared for numerous patients for 21 years and 2 months at the neurosurgical intensive care unit. The writer, Kim Hyun-ah, induced a wave of emotions with her book "The Nurse's Letter" during the 2015 MERS outbreak and received "The Nurse of the Year" in 2016.

"The Nurse's Letter" depicts the environment in which nurses where they don't allow any mistakes and take full responsibility for the safety and health of their patients with heavy shoulders.

Recently, the human rights of nurses and the improvement of treatment have become social issues and this drama that centers around them will daw attention. Unlike typical medical dramas, "I Am a Nurse, a Human" means a lot more as it's all about nurses in the medical department.

Meanwhile, "I Am a Nurse, a Human" is directed by Kang Cheol-woo and written by Kim Hyun-ah, the original writer.

Source : entertain.naver.com/n...

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