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D-Day "Life" to Have an Intense Start

2018/07/22 | 731 views | Permalink | Source

On the first episode of the JTBC drama "Life", Ye Jin-woo (Lee Dong-wook) was standing outside the ER of the Sangguk University Hospital while Kim Tae-sang (Moon Sung-keun) stood outside covered in blood.

Like the antigen-antibody reactions in our body, "Life" is about the groups of people colliding with each other in a hospital to change and to protect. Ye Jin-woo respects a doctor's beliefs while Goo Seung-hyo (Cho Seung-woo) puts numbers ahead of everything else.

The first episode started with a mysterious death. ER specialist Ye Jin-woo was tensed and complexed as he saw Kim Tae-sang stepping out from the ambulance covered in blood. Their eyes delivered the weight of the mysterious death that will shake up the hospital.

The beliefs and backgrounds that are different according to the different interests are exposed and the reality of the hospital is illuminated by the mysterious death which has a great influence on the members of the hospital.

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