Hospital Playlist

Hospital Playlist (Korean슬기로운 의사생활; Hanja슬기로운 醫師生活; RRSeulgiroun Uisasaenghal; lit. Wise Doctor Life) is a South Korean television series written by Lee Woo-jung and directed by Shin Won-ho.[2][3] It is the second installment of the Wise Life series, following Prison Playbook (2017–18).[4] It stars Jo Jung-suk, Yoo Yeon-seok, Jung Kyung-ho, Kim Dae-myung and Jeon Mi-do.[5]

Hospital Playlist
Hospital Playlist.jpg
Official promotional poster season 2
Hangul슬기로운 의사생활
Hanja슬기로운 醫師生活
Genre
Created byLee Myung-han (tvN)
Written byLee Woo-jung
Directed byShin Won-ho
Starring
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes24
Production
Executive producerPark Seung Jae
ProducerChoi Sung Yoon
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time72–113 minutes
Production companies
Distributor
Release
Original networktvN
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
Original releaseMarch 12, 2020 (2020-03-12) –
present (present)
External links
Website

The first season aired on tvN every Thursday from March 12 to May 28, 2020.[6] Each episode was released on Netflix in South Korea, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and English speaking countries after their television broadcast.[a][7] By the conclusion of the first season, the series became the tenth highest-rated Korean drama in cable television history. The second season premiered on June 17, 2021.[8] As per Nielsen Korea based on the nationwide ratings, by recording an average of 10% and a maximum of 12.4% for the first episode, Hospital Playlist set the record for the highest viewership ratings for the first episode of tvN's dramas.[9][10]

Series overviewEdit

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedTime slotAvg. viewership
(millions)
First airedLast aired
112March 12, 2020 (2020-03-12)May 28, 2020 (2020-05-28)Thursday at 21:00 (KST)2.898
212June 17, 2021 (2021-06-17) ()Thursday at 21:00 (KST)TBA

SynopsisEdit

The series follows five doctors in their 40s who have been friends since they entered medical school in 1999. Lee Ik-jun (Jo Jung-suk) is an assistant professor of general surgery specializing in liver transplants. He takes care of his young son as a single father after getting divorce with his wife. Ahn Jeong-won (Yoo Yeon-seok), an assistant professor of pediatric surgery, is generous and caring and gets attached to his patients easily. He is a Christian and plans to become a priest. Kim Jun-wan (Jung Kyung-ho), an associate professor of cardiothoracic surgery, who appears cold but is very professional in his work. Yang Seok-hyeong (Kim Dae-myung), an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynaecology, is divorced and deeply cares about his mother. Chae Song-hwa (Jeon Mi-do), the only female in the group, is an associate professor of neurosurgery. She is considered perfect by her colleagues.

CastEdit

OverviewEdit

Actor Character Season
(Year)
1
(2020)
2
(2021)
Jo Jung-suk Lee Ik-jun Main
Yoo Yeon-seok Ahn Jeong-won Main
Jung Kyung-ho Kim Jun-wan Main
Kim Dae-myung Yang Seok-hyeong Main
Jeon Mi-do Chae Song-hwa Main
Shin Hyun-bin Jang Gyeo-wool Recurring
Kwak Sun-young Lee Ik-sun Recurring
Ahn Eun-jin Choo Min-ha Recurring
Jung Moon-sung Do Jae-hak Recurring
Moon Tae-yoo Yong Seok-min Recurring
Kim Jun-han Ahn Chi-hong Recurring

MainEdit

SupportingEdit

DoctorsEdit

  • Shin Hyun-bin as Jang Gyeo-wool, third-year resident in general surgery.
  • Jung Moon-sung as Do Jae-hak, chief resident of cardiothoracic surgery.
  • Ahn Eun-jin as Choo Min-ha, second-year resident in obstetrics and gynecology.[12]
  • Kim Jun-han as Ahn Chi-hong, third-year resident in neurosurgery.
  • Moon Tae-yoo as Yong Seok-min, chief resident of neurosurgery.
  • Ha Yoon-kyung as Heo Sun-bin, third-year resident in neurosurgery.
  • Choi Young-joon as Bong Gwang-hyun, assistant professor of emergency medicine.
  • Seo Jin-won as Min Gi-joon, professor of neurosurgery.
  • Kim Hye-in as Myung Eun-won, second-year resident in obstetrics and gynecology.[13]
  • Choi Young-woo as Cheon Myung-tae, professor of cardiothoracic surgery.
  • Shin Do-hyun as Bae Joon-hee, fellow in emergency medicine.
  • Jeon Kwang-jin as Jong Se-hyuk, fellow in orthopedic surgery.
  • Lee Se-hee as Kang So-ye one-year Fellow in emergency medicine [14]

Nurses & medical studentsEdit

  • Kim Soo-jin as Song Soo-bin, surgical ward nurse.
  • Yoon Hye-ri as So Yi-hyun, cardiothoracic surgery medical assistant.
  • Yang Jo-ah as Hwang Jae-shin, neurosurgery medical assistant.
  • Lee Noh-ah as Lee Young-ha, surgical ward nurse.
  • Lee Dal as Kim Jae-hwan, surgical ward nurse.
  • Lee Hye-eun as Kook Hye-sung, general surgery medical assistant.
  • Lee Ji-won as Han Hyun-hee, pediatric surgery medical assistant.
  • Kim Ji-sung as Han Seung-joo, obstetrics and gynecology delivery room nurse.
  • Seol Yu-jin as Eun Sun-jin, obstetrics and gynecology medical assistant.
  • Kim Bi-bi as Ham Deok-joo, transplant coordinator.
  • Park Han-sol as Sunwoo Hee-soo, emergency room nurse.
  • Cho Yi-hyun as Jang Yun-bok, third-year medical student.[15]
  • Bae Hyun-sung as Jang Hong-do, third-year medical student.
  • Kim Kang-min as Im Chang-min, intern.
  • Lee Chan-hyung as Choi Seon-young , intern.

Family members of the main charactersEdit

  • Kwak Sun-young as Lee Ik-sun, Ik-joon's younger sister.
  • Kim Joon as Lee Woo-joo, Ik-joon's son.
  • Kim Hae-sook as Jung Ro-sa, Jeong-won's mother.
  • Sung Dong-il as Jeong-won's eldest brother.
  • Kim Kap-soo as Joo Jong-soo, president of the Yulje Foundation.
  • Cho Seung-yeon as Joo Jun, director of Yulje Medical Center.
  • Moon Hee-kyung as Cho Young-hye, Seok-hyung's mother.
  • Nam Myung-ryeol as Yang Tae-yang, Seok-hyung's father.
  • Lee So-yoon as Kim Tae-yeon, Yang Tae-yang's mistress.

Special appearancesEdit

Season 1
Season 2
  • Lee Kyu-hyung as [24]
  • Park Ji-yeon as Yoon Shin-hye (Ep.1), Seok-hyeong's ex-wife [24][25]
  • Cha Chung-hwa as Yeonwoo's mother (Ep.1) [26]
  • Ahn Shi-ha as Kim Soo-jung (Ep.1) [27]

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

In January 2019, it was reported that Shin Won-ho would direct a medical television series and that the production team was in the early stages of casting actors.[28] It took four years for the script to be completed.[29] Screenwriter Lee Woo-jung and director Shin Won-ho previously worked together on the critically acclaimed Reply anthology series (2012–16) as well as the hit black comedy series Prison Playbook (2017–18).[30] Actors Jung Kyung-ho and Yoo Yeon-seok also previously worked with the duo.[31][32]

In order to comply to the 52-hour week system and to avoid overnight filming with regard to the cast and crew's health, the production team decided to air one episode a week for a total of twelve weeks instead of broadcasting two episodes a week for eight weeks as it is usually the case for South Korean television series.[33]

FilmingEdit

Principal photography for the first season started in early October 2019.[34] Some scenes taking place in Gangwoon University Hospital and Yulje Medical Center were respectively filmed in Hallym University Dongtan Sacred Heart Hospital (in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi) and Ewha Womans University Medical Center (in Gangseo District, Seoul), though the latter scenes of the season were filmed on set due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[35] Filming for the first season was completed in late April 2020.[36]

Originally scheduled to begin in early December 2020, filming for the second season was postponed to late January 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[37]

MusicEdit

Soundtrack album (Season 1)Edit

Hospital Playlist
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
ReleasedJune 4, 2020
Length86:59
Language
  • Korean
  • English
Label
ProducerMa Joo-hee

The Hospital Playlist original soundtrack produced by Ma Joo-hee was released on June 4, 2020, by Studio MaumC, Egg Is Coming and Stone Music Entertainment.[38][39] It consists of covers of popular Korean songs released in the 1990s and 2000s.[40][41] All songs charted on the Gaon Digital Chart and twelve on the K-pop Hot 100, some received several nominations and awards. Doyeon Lee of Billboard noted that the soundtrack "was well received by listeners of all ages for its remakes of popular 90s hits."[42]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArtistLength
1."Lonely Night"Kim Tae-wonKim Tae-wonKwon Jin-ah[b]4:02
2."Introduce Me a Good Person" (좋은 사람 있으면 소개시켜줘)Kim Hee-tamJung Jae-hyungJoy (Red Velvet)[c]3:03
3."Aloha" (아로하)Kim Tae-hoonWi Jong-sooJo Jung-suk[d]4:04
4."Confession Is Not Flashy" (화려하지 않은 고백)Oh Tae-hoOh Tae-hoKyuhyun (Super Junior)[e]3:48
5."Beautiful My Love" (그대 고운 내 사랑)Yoon Min-seokYoon Min-seokUrban Zakapa[f]3:50
6."In Front of City Hall at the Subway Station" (시청 앞 지하철 역에서)Kim Chang-giKim Chang-giKwak Jin-eon[g]4:59
7."You Always" (넌 언제나)Jang Kyung-ahPark Jung-wonJ Rabbit[h]4:16
8."With My Tears" (내 눈물 모아)Kim Hee-tamJung Jae-hyungWheein (Mamamoo)[i]4:13
9."The Wind Is Blowing" (바람이 부네요)Im In-geonIm In-geonLee So-ra[j]4:31
10."Oh! What a Shiny Night (Drama Version)" (밤이 깊었네)Han Kyung-rokHan Kyung-rokMido & Falasol[k]2:38
11."Canon (Drama Version)" (캐논) Johann PachelbelMido & Falasol2:49
12."Beyond the Rainbow Forest" (넌 따뜻해)Kim Jin-hakKim Jin-hakPark Hyuk-jin4:30
13."While Living Life" (사노라면)Kim Moon-eungGil Ok-yoonOohyo[l]4:05
14."I Knew I Love" (사랑하게 될 줄 알았어)Lee Sang-gyuLee Sang-gyuJeon Mi-do[m]4:21
15."Me to You, You to Me" (너에게 난, 나에게 넌)Song Bong-jooSong Bong-jooMido & Falasol[n]3:52
16."Sorrowful (Piano Ver. 1)"  Kim Jin-hak4:38
17."Affect"  Song Ha-min2:01
18."Moving Forward (Full Version)"  Kim Jin-hak2:27
19."Frozen Dream"  Song Ha-min1:46
20."Monday"  Song Ha-min1:32
21."Oh! What a Shiny Night (Drama Version)" (Inst.)   2:38
22."Beyond the Rainbow Forest" (Inst.)   4:30
23."While Living Life" (Inst.)   4:05
24."I Knew I Love" (Inst.)   4:21
Total length:86:59

SinglesEdit

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Remarks Certifications
KOR
Gaon

[43]
KOR
Hot

[44]
"Lonely Night" (Kwon Jin-ah) 2020 35 30 Part 1
"Introduce Me a Good Person" (Joy) 6 5 Part 2
"Aloha" (Jo Jung-suk) 1 1 Part 3 KMCA: Platinum[A]
"Confession Is Not Flashy" (Kyuhyun) 8 8 Part 4
"Beautiful My Love" (Urban Zakapa) 12 12 Part 5
"In Front of City Hall at the Subway Station" (Kwak Jin-eon) 55 27 Part 6
"You Always" (J Rabbit) 64 54 Part 7
"With My Tears" (Wheein) 18 13 Part 8
"The Wind Is Blowing" (Lee So-ra) 108 96 Part 9
"Beyond the Rainbow Forest" (Park Hyuk-jin) Part 10
"Oh! What a Shiny Night (Drama. Ver)" (Mido & Falasol) 37 24
"Canon (Drama. Ver)" (Mido & Falasol) 194
"While Living Life" (Oohyo) 185 Part 11
"I Knew I Love" (Jeon Mi-do) 1 2
"Me to You, You to Me" (Mido & Falasol) 6 5 Part 12

Season 2Edit

Hospital Playlist Season 2
Soundtrack album by
Various
Released2021
GenreSoundtrack
Language
Label

Part 1Edit

Released on June 18, 2021 (2021-06-18)[46]
No.TitleLyricsMusicArtistLength
1."Rain and You" (비와 당신)Bang Joon-seokBang Joon-seokLee Mu-jin[o]4:22
2."Rain and You" (Inst.) Bang Joon-seok 4:22

ReceptionEdit

Critical responseEdit

Hospital Playlist primarily received positive critical feedback. Comparing the series to Grey's Anatomy and Friends, Ariana Yaptangco of Elle featured it on the list of "The 10 Best K-Dramas To Binge-Watch On Netflix".[47]

During an interview with The Korea Herald, film critic Yun Suk-jin praised Hospital Playlist for emphasizing the human aspect of the profession rather than the life-and-death situations, noting that the series "did away with the cliched power conflict, and focused on the doctors' sincerity in their work and their relationship with the patients."[48] Pierce Conran of South China Morning Post named Hospital Playlist one of the best South Korean series of 2020, mentioning that "emotional tales of illness and grief play out against the gentle camaraderie of a group that finds solace from the hardships of their job in each other, and their delightfully lousy five-piece garage band."[49] Jessicha Valentina of the The Jakarta Post named Jeon Mi-do's character Chae Song-hwa "one of the series' highlights," praising Hospital Playlist for its portrayal of strong female characters.[50]

Joel Keller of Decider gave a mixed review, saying that the series "is a bit of a strange amalgamation of different genres, but the cast makes it work. Just be ready for a slightly confusing first episode."[51]

ViewershipEdit

Hospital Playlist aired on tvN, which normally has a relatively smaller audience compared to free-to-air TV/public broadcasters (KBS, SBS, MBC and EBS). Its first season ended within the top 10 of the highest-rated Korean dramas in cable television history.[52][53] A 10.0% viewership rating was recorded nationwide for the second season first episode, making it the highest premiere rating of the network. [54]


Hospital Playlist : South Korea viewers per episode (millions)
SeasonEpisode numberAverage
123456789101112
11.6982.0502.3822.4763.0643.0823.2473.3323.1263.2773.4633.5792.898
22.629TBDTBDTBDTBDTBDTBDTBDTBDTBDTBDTBDTBD
Source: Audience measurement performed nationwide by Nielsen Media Research.[55]

Season 1Edit

Season 2Edit

AccoladesEdit

Hospital Playlist on year-end lists
Critic/Publication List Ref.
South China Morning Post The top 10 K-dramas of 2020 [49]
NME Korean dramas of 2020: the good, the bad and the great [57]
Teen Vogue 11 Best K-Dramas of 2020 [58]
Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee Result Ref.
APAN Star Awards 2021 Drama of the Year Hospital Playlist Nominated [59]
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Jo Jung-suk Nominated [60]
Best New Actress Jeon Mi-do Won [61]
Ahn Eun-jin Nominated [59]
Asia Artist Awards 2020 Best Acting Award Jeon Mi-do Won [62]
AAA Focus Award Ahn Eun-jin Won [63]
Asia Contents Awards 2020 Best Writer Lee Woo-jung Nominated [64]
Newcomer Actress Jeon Mi-do Won [65]
Baeksang Arts Awards 2020 Best New Actress Jeon Mi-do Nominated [66]
Best Screenplay Lee Woo-jung Nominated
Brand of the Year Awards 2020 Best Drama Hospital Playlist Won [67]
Best Actor Jo Jung-suk Won
Best New Actress Jeon Mi-do Won
Best OST Jo Jung-suk — "Aloha" Won
Genie Music Awards 2021 Best OST Jo Jung-suk — "Aloha" Won [68]
Golden Disc Awards 2021 Best OST Jo Jung-suk — "Aloha" Won [69]
Melon Music Awards 2020 Best OST Jo Jung-suk — "Aloha" Won [70]
Jeon Mi-do — "I Knew I Love" Nominated [71]
Mnet Asian Music Awards 2020 Best OST Jo Jung-suk — "Aloha" Nominated [72]
Joy — "Introduce Me a Good Person" Nominated
Song of the Year Jo Jung-suk — "Aloha" Nominated
Joy — "Introduce Me a Good Person" Nominated
Seoul Music Awards 2021 Best OST Jo Jung-suk — "Aloha" Won [73]
Joy – "Introduce Me a Good Person" Nominated [74]
Jeon Mi-do — "I Knew I Love" Nominated
Kyuhyun – "Confession Is Not Flashy" Nominated
Urban Zakapa – "Beautiful My Love" Nominated
Wheein – "With My Tears" Nominated

NotesEdit

  1. ^ For Japan and rest of the world, all episodes (season 1) were launched at once on April 6, 2020.
  2. ^ Original song by Boohwal, released in 1997.
  3. ^ Original song by Basis, released in 1996.
  4. ^ Original song by Cool, released in 2001.
  5. ^ Original song by Lee Seung-hwan, released in 1993.
  6. ^ Original song by Lee Jeong-yeol, released in 1999.
  7. ^ Original song by Zoo, released in 1990.
  8. ^ Original song by Mono, released in 1993.
  9. ^ Original song by Seo Ji-won, released in 1996.
  10. ^ Original song by Im In-gun, released in 2016.
  11. ^ Original song by Crying Nut, released in 2001.
  12. ^ Original song by Jeon In-kwon, released in 1987.
  13. ^ Original song by Shin Hyo-beom, released in 2006.
  14. ^ Original song by Jatanpung, released in 2001.
  15. ^ Original song by Park Joong-hoon, released in 2006.
  1. ^ Platinum for streaming[45]

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