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White Tower's Jang Joon Hyuk most resembles Korean doctors

2010/02/16 Source

Kim Myung-min can almost pass as a real physician, according to a recent survey conducted among 119 Korean doctors.

Medical news journal The Korean Doctors' Weekly found that 25.2% favored Kim Myung-min in "White Tower" (MBC, 2007) as the actor that best resembles a real medical doctor. He is followed by Lee Jae-ryong in "General Hospital" and "General Hospital 2" (MBC, 1994 and 2008) with 21.0%, and Lee Beom-soo in "Surgeon Bong Dal-hee" (SBS, 2007) with 16.8%.

The analysis of the subgroups further shows that doctors in the public sector (including those in the military), highly favor Kim Myung-min (41.1%), while medical school professors favor Lee Jae-ryong (39.2%).

Kim Myung-min played the role of a brilliant and power-hungry surgeon, Jang Joon Hyuk in 2007 hit drama, "White Tower", and was awarded four Best Actor awards including the PaekSang and Producers Awards in 2008.

16 February 2010, MyungMin International

Written by: michi
Translation (Korean to English): eylcecil
Source: The Korean Doctors' Weekly

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