Dr. Romantic

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Dr. Romantic (Korean낭만닥터 김사부; RRNangmandakteo Gimsabu; lit. Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim) is a South Korean television series starring Han Suk-kyu as the title character with Yoo Yeon-seok, Seo Hyun-jin in first season, Ahn Hyo-seop, Lee Sung-kyung and Kim Joo-hun in second season. The first season aired on SBS TV from November 7, 2016, to January 16, 2017, every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 (KST).[1] The second season aired from January 6 to February 25, 2020, every Monday and Tuesday at 21:40 (KST).[2]

Dr. Romantic
Promotional poster for Dr. Romantic 2
Promotional poster for season two
Also known as
  • Romantic Doctor Kim
  • Romantic Doctor
  • Doctor Romantic
Hangul낭만닥터 김사부
Genre
Written byKang Eun-kyung
Directed by
  • Yoo In-shik (Season 1–2)
  • Lee Gil-bok (Season 2)
Starring
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes36
Production
Executive producers
  • Han Jung-hwan (Season 1)
  • Sung Hye-Jin (Season 2)
Producers
  • Park Hyun-ji (Season 1)
  • Ahn Jae-hyun (Season 2)
  • Shin Sang-yoon (Season 2)
Cinematography
  • Lee Gil-bok
  • Song Yo-hoon
EditorsJo In-hyung
Lim Ho-cheol
Running time
  • 60 minutes (Season 1)
  • 70 minutes (Season 2)
Production companySamhwa Networks
DistributorSBS
Release
Original networkSBS
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Audio formatDolby Digital
Original releaseNovember 7, 2016 (2016-11-07) –
February 25, 2020 (2020-02-25)

The first season received positive reception, recording over 20% in ratings. In addition, it also received positive reviews for its plot and Han Suk-kyu's performance.[3]

Series overviewEdit

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedTime slotAvg. viewership
(millions)
First airedLast aired
120November 7, 2016 (2016-11-07)January 16, 2017 (2017-01-16)Monday–Tuesday at 22:00 (KST)
216January 6, 2020 (2020-01-06)February 25, 2020 (2020-02-25)Monday–Tuesday at 21:40 (KST)3.809

SynopsisEdit

Season 1Edit

A story about Boo Yong-joo (Han Suk-kyu), a triple-board certified surgeon, who was once at the top of his field and used to work at Seoul's top medical center, Geosan University Hospital. After a traumatic incident, he disappears and changes his name to Kim Sa-bu. He begins working at a small hospital named Doldam, located in Gangwon Province. He guides Kang Dong-joo (Yoo Yeon-seok) and Yoon Seo-jeong (Seo Hyun-jin) to become great doctors by teaching them to fight against power and money for the sake of patients.

Season 2Edit

Three years following the events of first season, Kim Sa-bu visits Geosan University Hospital to recruit a general surgeon. He finds Seo Woo-jin (Ahn Hyo-seop), a doctor with a troubled past who is ostracized by his fellow doctors, and offers him the job. In the meantime, Cha Eun-jae (Lee Sung-kyung) is suspended after making another mistake in the operation room and has no other choice but to follow the two doctors to Doldam Hospital.

CastEdit

Character appearancesEdit

Character Portrayed by Season
1 2
Main
Kim Sa-bu (Teacher Kim) / Boo Yong-joo Han Suk-kyu Main
Kang Dong-joo Yoo Yeon-seok Main
Yoon Seo-jung Seo Hyun-jin
Seo Woo-jin Ahn Hyo-seop Main
Cha Eun-jae Lee Sung-kyung
Park Min-gook Kim Joo-hun
Supporting
Yeo Woon-young Kim Hong-pa Recurring
Oh Myung-sim Jin Kyung
Jang Gi-tae Im Won-hee
Nam Do-il Byun Woo-min
Park Eun-tak Kim Min-jae
Jeong In-soo Yoon Na-moo
Do Yoon-wan Choi Jin-ho
Song Hyun-cheol Jang Hyuk-jin
Do In-bum Yang Se-jong Recurring Guest
Chairman Shin Joo Hyun
Woo Yeon-hwa Seo Eun-soo
Chairman Shin's assistant Seo Young Recurring
Bae Moon-jeong Shin Dong-wook Recurring
Yoon Ah-reum So Joo-yeon
Uhm Hyun-jung Jung Ji-ahn
Joo Young-mi Yoon Bo-ra
Yang Ho-joon Go Sang-ho
Shim Hye-jin Park Hyo-joo
Minor
Mr. Gu Lee Gyu-ho Guest
Chief Lee Kim Yong-jin
Heo Yeong-gyoo Bae Myung-jin

MainEdit

His real name is Boo Yong-joo, but he uses the name Kim Sa-bu. He is the only surgeon in South Korea who achieved triple-board certification in general surgery, cardiac surgery and neurosurgery. After the death of his junior in Geosan University Hospital, he isolates himself and moves to Doldam Hospital to become the Chief Surgeon there. In season two, Doldam Hospital is in need of a general surgeon, he visited Geosan University Hospital in Seoul to recruit one and quickly becomes interested in Seo Woo-jin and Cha Eun-jae. After learning about their skills and struggles through other doctors, he decides to recruit them.
Intelligent and armed with excellent skills, he has strong desire to succeed, but is held back due to his poor family background. He gets transferred to Doldam Hospital after a failed surgery on a VIP, which was an opportunity for him to prove his skills.
  • Seo Hyun-jin as Yoon Seo-jung
    • Shin Yi-joon as young Yoon Seo-jung
She has a strong desire to be recognized more than anyone. She gets swayed by Dong-joo's romantic confession and feels guilty after the death of her boyfriend. After the accident, she disappears from Geosan University Hospital and is rescued by Kim Sa-bu after injuring herself. She then becomes a doctor at Doldam Hospital.
A second-year general surgery fellow. When he was young, he almost died when his parents committed suicide. He has since been struggling to survive, doing part-time jobs to pay for his medical studies and to pay back his family's debt. He has been fired from two hospitals, first because he was labeled as a whistleblower after testifying against his mentor, then because false rumors about his part-time jobs kept surrounding him. In need of money, he eventually accepts Teacher Kim's job offer but the latter is not sure about Woo-Jin's motives anymore. He has been in love with Eun-jae since medical school but has kept it a secret.
A second-year cardiothoracic surgery fellow. She was a top student at medical school, often in competition with Woo-jin with whom she had a complicated relationship, but she cannot bear to do a surgery without vomiting or falling asleep when she takes medicine. She is thus suspended and has to work for Teacher Kim before she can go back to the main hospital. She realizes her love for Woo-Jin at the end of the series.
A professor of general surgery and the new director of Doldam Hospital. He once ran away from a bus accident while Teacher Kim was risking his life to save an unconscious person and has since decided to surpass the doctor's skills.

SupportingEdit

People of Doldam Hospital

  • Kim Hong-pa as Yeo Woon-young
An internal medicine specialist and director of Doldam Hospital. A proud doctor who lost his motivation after the death of his wife. In season two, he was dismissed by Do Yoon-wan as the director of Doldam Hospital.
Head nurse. A woman with strong will, who is able to stand up to Kim Sa-bu. She seems strict, but has a warm heart and cares about her patients.
Manager of Doldam Hospital. He is known to be an opportunist and always want the best for the hospital, trying to find ways to promote it in any way he can.
  • Byun Woo-min as Nam Do-il
A freelance anesthesiologist. He usually runs a restaurant, but due to his average cooking skills, his only customers are usually Doldam doctors.
A nurse at Doldam Hospital. He harbors a crush on Woo Yeon-hwa. He first met Teacher Kim after being admitted as a patient. It was a life-changing encounter as he then decided to go to nursing school and eventually started working at Doldam Hospital himself.
A staff member who likes Dong-joo. Later, she comes back as a doctor at Doldam Hospital.
  • Lee Gyu-ho as Mr. Gu
An orderly who also serves as guard when there are agitated patients or people at the hospital.
An orthopedic surgery specialist. He was Woo-jin's and Eun-jae's senior at medical school and started working at Doldam Hospital a month prior to his juniors' arrival.
A fourth-year emergency medicine resident. She has a bright personality and applied to Doldam Hospital after seeing Teacher Kim help patients in the emergency room of Geosan University Hospital.
An emergency medicine specialist. He is the only doctor who stayed at Doldam among the few who were forced to leave Geosan University Hospital for the branch, back in 2016.
  • Jung Ji-ahn as Uhm Hyun-jung
An emergency room nurse.
An emergency room nurse. She recently started working at Doldam Hospital.
  • Kim Yong-jin as Chief Lee
Chief of Administration at Doldam Hospital.

People of Geosan University Hospital

Director of Geosan University Hospital. In season two, he became the Chairman of Geosan University Foundation following the death of Shin Myung-ho. Though he is not outstanding as a doctor, his political skills are recognized and he intends to use them to shape Doldam Hospital the way he envisions it.
Yoon-wan's son. He went to the same college and was in the same class as Dong-joo. He wants to be acknowledged by his father and feels inferior to Dong-joo who has excellent skills without a good background. He also harbours a crush on Seo-jung.
Chief of Surgery at Geosan University Hospital. He is from a poor family and has a strong desire for success.
Owner of Jungsun Casino and the hidden Chairman of Geosan Foundation.

Park Min-gook's staff

  • Go Sang-ho as Yang Ho-joon
A third-year general surgery fellow. He is surgeon's assistant to Park Min-gook. Though Ho-joon fears him, his loyalty to Min-gook led him to follow the doctor to Doldam Hospital.
A professor of anesthesiology at Geosan University Hospital. She is an authoritative but kind woman who experienced death and suffering in her life.
  • Bae Myung-jin as Heo Yeong-gyoo
A nurse at Geosan University Hospital.

OthersEdit

Season 1
  • Seo Young as Chairman Shin's assistant
  • Kim Ji-eun as Yoon-wan's secretary
  • Park Min-jung as Min-jung
  • Kim Bo-jung as a nurse
  • Lee Chae-eun as a nurse
  • Jin Ah-rin
  • Lee Yong-yi as a mother of a patient (Ep. 3)
  • Ri Min as a truck driver (Ep. 4)
  • Lee Jin-kwon
  • Ko Jin-ho
  • Lee Cheol-min as Kang Seung-ho (Ep. 7–8)
  • Lee Myung-haeng as a psychotherapist (Ep. 8–9)
  • Shin Seung-hwan as a webtoon writer and patient at Doldam hospital (Ep. 9–10)
  • Park Seung-tae as a patient (Ep. 10)
  • Kim Joon-won as Inspector Choi
  • Kim Dan-woo as Inspector Choi's daughter
  • Shin Yeon-suk
  • Lee Kang-uk as a patient and driver who caused a six-fold collision by drunk driving
  • Lee Jae-wook
  • Heo Joon-seok
  • Kang Eui-sik as Park Joo-hyuk, the runaway soldier
  • Han Kab-soo as Park Joo-hyuk's father
  • Son Yeong-Soon as a patient's wife
  • Park Yeong-soo as the general manager of the Disease Control Center Department
  • Park Doo-shik as Soo-jung's boyfriend (Ep. 13–14)
  • Lee Jin-kwon as Supporting
  • Jo I-hyun as a patient
  • Jeon Min-seo
  • Jung Soo-hwan as a high school student
  • Kim Se-joon as a paramedic transferring patients to Doldam Hospital
  • Kim Min-sang as Reporter Oh Sung-jae (Ep. 16–17)
  • Lee Jae-woo as Ahn woo-yeol (Ep. 16–17)
  • Kim Ji-eun as President Do Yoon-wan's secretary
  • Lee Jung-sung
Season 2
  • Lee Ho-cheol as loan shark
  • Lim Cheol-soo as loan shark
  • Kim Jong-tae as Professor Oh
A professor of cardiothoracic surgery at Geosan University Hospital.
  • Kang Yoo-seok as Joon Young
A prisoner and patient.
  • Kim Jin as Choi Soon-young
A paramedic and organ donor.
Minister of National Defense.
  • Kim Dong-hyun as a violent husband

Special appearancesEdit

Season 1
Season 2

ProductionEdit

Season 1

First script reading took place September 13, 2016, at SBS Ilsan Production Studios in Goyang, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea.[5] Filming started on September 23.[6]

Season 2

The first script reading took place in September 2019 at SBS Ilsan Production Studios in Goyang, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea.[7]

Han Suk-kyu, Kim Hong-pa, Jin Kyung, Im Won-hee, Byun Woo-min, Kim Min-jae, Choi Jin-ho, Jang Hyuk-jin, Yang Se-jong, Lee Gyu-ho and Yoon Na-moo reprised their roles from the first season.[8]

Original soundtrackEdit

Season 1Edit

Original soundtrack for Season 1
Dr. Romantic
(Original Television Soundtrack)
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
ReleasedJanuary 18, 2017 (2017-01-18)
Length68:02
Language
  • Korean
  • English
Label
Released on January 18, 2017 (2017-01-18)[9]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Romantic Doctor" (Opening Title)
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • An Soo-wan
2:03
2."Always Okay" (언제나 괜찮아)Shin Yong-jae (4Men)4:10
3."Walking, Walking (New ver.)" (걷고, 걷고 (New Ver.))Jeon In-kwon5:12
4."Because It's you" (그대라서)Lee Hyun4:28
5."Forever Love"Haebin (Gugudan)3:34
6."Mellow (Drama ver.)"Daybreak3:34
7."Today was better than yesterday" (오늘은 어제보다 괜찮았지)Lee Seok-hoon4:28
8."In Place" (제자리)Young Man3:16
9."Western Humanism"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Cho Nam-wook
3:51
10."Lie"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Gu Ja-wan
4:16
11."Rocking Hotshot"Jin Myung-yong1:49
12."Fresh Morning"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Mamagorilla
2:53
13."I am Not"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Gu Ja-wan
3:18
14."Doctor Blues"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Jo Nam-wook
2:51
15."Time of Wrath"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Mamagorilla
2:26
16."Little More Cheer Up"Jin Myung-yong2:54
17."Tension Around"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Gu Ja-wan
2:14
18."I Miss You"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • An Soo-wan
3:05
19."Met You Again"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Jo Nam-wook
2:01
20."Hope of Hospital"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • An Soo-wan
3:31
21."Doctor Kim Sa-boo" (Ending Title)
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Mamagorilla
2:08
Total length:68:02

Season 2Edit

Original soundtrack for Season 2
Dr. Romantic 2
(Original Television Soundtrack)
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
ReleasedFebruary 25, 2020 (2020-02-25)
Length76:42
Language
  • Korean
  • English
Label
Released on February 25, 2020 (2020-02-25)[10]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."My Love" (너를 사랑하고 있어)Baekhyun (Exo)3:15
2."Your Day" (너의 하루는 좀 어때)Gummy3:31
3."Go Away Go Away"3:50
4."That's All" (다 그렇지 뭐)Heize3:10
5."Love" (사랑 이토록 어려운 말)Yang Da-il3:47
6."I Miss You" (자꾸 더 보고싶은 사람)Mamamoo4:26
7."You Don't Know" (모르시죠)Monday Kiz3:36
8."My Love" (나의 그대)Chungha3:36
9."Dr.Romantic 2" (Opening Title)
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Ahn Soo-wan
2:05
10."Emergency"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Mamagorilla
1:02
11."Western Lonely"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Jo Nam-wook
2:20
12."Lie Two"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Gu Ja-wan
4:48
13."Have Breakdown"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • An Soo-wan
3:07
14."Love & Hatred"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Mamagorilla
3:59
15."Tension Observe"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Mamagorilla
3:18
16."Hope of Patient"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • An Soo-wan
3:54
17."Wonder Dolbam Hospital"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Jo Nam-wook
3:13
18."Sentimental Memory"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • An Soo-wan
4:41
19."Tension Around Two"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Gu Ja-wan
3:29
20."Colour of Night"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Jo Nam-wook
4:17
21."Trumpet West"
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Jo Nam-wook
2:51
22."Doctor Kim Sa-boo 2" (Ending Title)
  • Jeon Chang-yeop
  • Mamagorilla
4:27
Total length:76:42

ReceptionEdit

Audience viewershipEdit

Dr. Romantic : South Korea viewers per episode (millions)
SeasonEpisode numberAverage
12345678910111213141516
22.6653.3313.3273.5633.3283.2753.5174.0543.4673.9163.9504.1934.2084.3464.5885.2103.809
Source: Audience measurement performed nationwide by Nielsen Korea.[11]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.
ABU Prizes 2017 Grand Prize (Daesang) Dr. Romantic Won [16]
APAN Star Awards 2021 Best OST "My Love" (Baekhyun) Nominated [17]
Best New actor Ahn Hyo-seop Nominated [18]
Art Awards 2020 Best Viewership Ratings Dr. Romantic 2 Won [19]
Asia Artist Awards 2020 AAA Best Actor Ahn Hyo-seop Won [20]
AAA Best Actress Lee Sung-kyung Won
Asian Television Awards 2017 Best Drama Series Dr. Romantic Nominated [21]
Baeksang Arts Awards 2017 Best Drama Nominated [22][23]
Best Director (TV) Yoo In-sik Won
Best Actor (TV) Han Suk-kyu Nominated
Best Screenplay (TV) Kang Eun-kyung Nominated
Best New Actor (TV) Kim Min-jae Nominated
2020 Ahn Hyo-seop Won [24]
Korea Drama Awards 2017 Grand Prize (Daesang) Han Suk-kyu Nominated [25]
SBS Drama Awards 2016 Grand Prize (Daesang) Han Suk-kyu Won [26][27]
Excellence Award, Actor in a Genre Drama Yoo Yeon-seok Won
Excellence Award, Actress in a Genre Drama Seo Hyun-jin Won
Best Couple Yoo Yeon-seok and Seo Hyun-jin Won
Top 10 Stars Han Suk-kyu Won
Seo Hyun-jin Won
New Star Award Kim Min-jae Won
Idol Academy Award – Best Kiss Yoo Yeon-seok and Seo Hyun-jin Won
Grand Prize (Daesang) Seo Hyun-jin Nominated [citation needed]
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Genre & Fantasy Drama Han Suk-kyu Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Genre Drama Jin Kyung Nominated
Special Award, Actor in a Genre Drama Im Won-hee Nominated
2020 Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Genre/Action Drama Ahn Hyo-seop Won [28][29]
Excellence Award, Actress in a Miniseries Genre/Action Drama Lee Sung-kyung Won
Best Supporting Actor Kim Joo-hun Won
Best Supporting Actress Jin Kyung Won
Best New Actress So Joo-yeon Won
Grand Prize (Daesang) Han Suk-kyu Nominated [citation needed]
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Genre/Action Drama Nominated
Best Supporting Team Dr. Romantic 2 Nominated
Best Couple Award Lee Sung-kyung and Ahn Hyo-seop Nominated

ReferencesEdit

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    • "Ep. 1". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). January 6, 2020. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved September 10, 2021.
    • "Ep. 2". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). January 7, 2020. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved September 10, 2021.
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    • "Ep. 5". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). January 20, 2020. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved September 10, 2021.
    • "Ep. 6". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). January 21, 2020. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved September 10, 2021.
    • "Ep. 7". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). January 27, 2020. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved September 10, 2021.
    • "Ep. 8". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). January 28, 2020. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved September 10, 2021.
    • "Ep. 9". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). February 3, 2020. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved September 10, 2021.
    • "Ep. 10". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). February 4, 2020. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved September 10, 2021.
    • "Ep. 11". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). February 10, 2020. Archived from the original on September 10, 2021. Retrieved September 10, 2021.
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