'Hospital Playlist' Season 2: Episode 6 addresses doctors' mistakes, leaves fans emotional

Epsiode 6 showed fans just how emotionally taxing the medical professional can be and why it's important to forgive oneself


                            'Hospital Playlist' Season 2: Episode 6 addresses doctors' mistakes, leaves fans emotional
Lee Ik-jun (Cho Jung-seok), Ahn Jeong-won (Yoo Yeon-seok), Kim Jun-wan (Jung Kyoung-ho), Yang Seok-hyeon (Kim Dae-myung), and Chae Song-hwa (Jeon Mi-do), as seen in 'Hospital Playlist' (Instagram/tvndrama.official)

So far, Season 2 of 'Hospital Playlist' has focused on each of the gang's budding relationships. We've seen Chae Song-hwa (Jeon Mi-do) starting to see Lee Ik-jun (Cho Jung-seok) in a slightly different light, as well as Yang Seok-hyeon (Kim Dae-myung) slowly but surely opening up to Min-ha (Ahn Eun-jin). Ahn Jeong-won's (Yoo Yeon-seok) relationship has been blossoming, while Kim Jun-wan (Jung Kyoung-ho) is still recovering from heartbreak. 

While the series follows the lives of doctors Lee Ik-jun (Cho Jung-seok), Ahn Jeong-won (Yoo Yeon-seok), Kim Jun-wan (Jung Kyoung-ho), Yang Seok-hyeon (Kim Dae-myung), and Chae Song-hwa (Jeon Mi-do), episode 6 of the series deep dives into the emotional toll being a doctor can take on people. 

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With new interns joining Yulje Hospital, fans see a new set of doctors trying to adjust to the hectic lives of being in a hospital. This episode sees these young new interns fumble and make a ton of mistakes. Even Gyeo-ul (Shin Hyun-bin) is down on her luck, as she struggles to perform a liver transplant and has Ik-jun come help her.

She is visibly upset that she hasn't grown as a doctor, and turns to Ik-jun for a few comforting words, and asks if he ever messed up while he was an intern. Ik-sun tells her a story about how once, when he was on the rounds with Jeong-won as interns, the doctor in charge asked for a tongue depressor, and he brought an entire drawer and a ruler instead, seeing that he had misinterpreted it. 

Later during the band practice, Jeong-won is livid, seeing that Ik-jun messed up in that story, not him. Then, each of the gang begins talking about the silly mistakes they made as interns. When it came to Jun-wan, he spoke about the time he had to announce the time of death of a patient. Although he did it professionally, he cried later in the bathroom. It's here that the entire group spoke about how they all encourage their students and interns never to bottle up their emotions. Their jobs are not easy and they are human too. The episode offered valuable insight into just how mentally strong doctors have to be no matter what they face and that there is no harm in expressing emotions, especially grief over a patient.

Fans took to Twitter to talk about how much they appreciated the heartfelt episode. "I loved the episode tonight it healed my heart again. It maybe short but I loved how they say to us that we are humans and we opt to make mistakes. Hayy how will I ever let my lazy ass take over my thesis when I want to touch people's lives already? #HospitalPlaylist2ep6," said a fan.

"Even showing that the people we look up to also make mistakes. because the truth is we become the best version of ourselves by learning from each mistakes we make. This whole episode just had me bawling. #HospitalPlaylist2 #HospitalPlaylist2ep6," pointed out another.

"'You're your superstar' it's okay to make mistakes, eventually you will learn from it and become better. #HospitalPlaylist2 #HospitalPlaylist2ep6," tweeted a fan. "I finally feel like I'm back to the true HosPlay world again with #HospitalPlaylist2ep6 the pacing, the overall feel of the ordinary stories of doctors and patients, THE SONG OMG!!! It feels good to feel this way about HosPlay again !!!" added another. 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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