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[Spoiler] "Medical Top Team" Jung Ryeo-won

2013/10/31 | 545 views | Permalink | Source

Jung Ryeo-won is the resolver between Kwon Sang-woo and Ju Ji-hoon. She's been standing in the middle of the two who are always in conflict with something and resolving things for them.

Yoo Na-yeon (Go Won-hee) came to the hospital with a metal part stuck in her as she fell from a construction site. The top team was busy. At the same time, a man who had been in an accident came in and the team had to operate on the both of them.

Seung-jae couldn't decline his father, Lee Doo-kyeong, the chief of the hospital, and asked Tae-sin to operate on the man but Tae-sin refused saying, "Let's leave it up to the cardiothoracic".

"This person has complex injuries. I don't care who this man is but this patient is more important to me".

Joo-yeong insisted she operate on the patient from the accident and resolved their argument.

Meanwhile, "Medical Top Team" is about the miracles made by a group of the best medical experts in every department.

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