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[Spoiler] "Good Doctor", turned everyone silent in the last 5 minutes

2013/08/12 | Permalink | Source

The realistic surgical moment of "Good Doctor" had everyone holding their breaths.

On the third episode of the KBS 2TV drama "Good Doctor", Kim Do-han (Joo Sang-wook) and other pediatricians attempted at a operating on a premature baby with only a 20% chance of success.

Do-han ended up with this baby because of something unexpected by Park Si-on (Joo Won).

Do-han received a call about the baby being in danger and after many twist and turns, he started operating right away in the NICU.

The extent of necrosis surprised the doctors but they managed to pull off the surgery, making it the only successful premature surgery ever.

However, something unexpected happened and Si-on who claimed he could see something in the ultrasonic waves, was against surgery.

Do-han found out he was right but despaired at the fact that there was no other way to save the baby. Tension built up towards the end of the drama.

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