Yes, I’m loving Dr. Champ! I’m even writing down nice quotes from the drama!
I just finished Episode 4 last night and I was already having fits of laughter and at the same time shedding tears (earlier than 49 Days). I guess I wouldn’t have problems finishing it before school starts. If only I don’t have to work today I can definitely finish it before bed time.
I’ve said this before and I can say this a hundred… even a thousand times – “Camera, how beautiful can you be?” But aside from that, the writing is witty and strong too – so far. If they are gonna be able to sustain it, then this drama can be on my top 10… or even top 5 list. And I guess I’ll have another favorite writer!
And I’m extremely happy and excited about that. I can’t wait for Kim Sun-Ah to be handled by the same writer-director team. My heart is now very at ease. The theme of Kim Sun-Ah‘s new drama is good, but if not handled properly, can turn into a major disappointment. But seeing how the writer-director team executed Dr. Champ, I’m at ease now and I can barely wait for Scent of a Woman.
I’m also happy that Dr. Champ is not just a medical drama, but also a sports drama. I’ve been wanting to watch some sports drama/movies (and I have put Forever the Moment and Lifting King Kong on my to-watch list already) because Kim Sun-Ah’s latest movie too has a sports theme. I’m not the sporty type of person and I rarely watch movies or dramas with a sports theme. I just want to be familiar with the genre before Kim Sun-Ah’s movie is released. So watching Dr. Champ is like hitting two birds with one stone – a sports drama in preparation for Kim Sun-Ah’s Fighting Spirit and at the same time I get to observe how the writer-director of Scent of a Woman work.
I’m really happy I came across this drama. Something to watch while waiting for 49 Days subtitles.
Dr. Champ, thank you for rescuing me from my 9 Ends 2 Outs disappointment. Off to episode 5 now!