D-Day: Episode 14

Korean Drama Recaps | November 9, 2015 | 248 viewed

Director: Jang Yong Woo
Genre: television series
Starring: Kim Young-kwang (Lee Hae Sung), Jung So-min (Jung Ddol Mi), Ha Seok-jin (Han Woo Jin)
Release Date: 25th September, 2015
D-Day: Episode 14 [Recap]
D-Day Episode 3

For anyone who believes we don’t get enough of Director Park trying to ruin everything, this episode is for you! Wait, is there anyone who believes that? Yeah; didn’t think so. On the bright side, Woo-jin finally realizes just how corrupt the eeeeeeeevil Director Park truly is, and the robot doctor grows a conscious as he decides what’s more important — saving his career or saving a life.
EPISODE 14 RECAP
D-Day Episode 3
D-Day Episode 3
After Hye-sung’s successful drill surgery to release the hematoma, the DMAT crew rushes their new patient to the hospital for a proper surgery. Meanwhile, Director Park gleefully pretends to compose Beethoven’s 5th Symphony, completely unaware that the brother-in-law he thought died in the landslide is actually still alive.
His bubble of evil anticipation is burst when Myung-hyun interrupts, letting him know that the ambulance is on the way and Chief Kang is readying the surgery room for Woo-jin to perform brain, thoracic, and abnormal surgery on his brother-in-law. Director Park tries to act supportive but mostly he’s just grumbling and looking for any excuse for the surgeries to fail.
As they prep the patient for surgery, Woo-jin scrubs up. When Director Park asks to speak to him privately, he assumes it’s to warn him to be extra careful because he’ll be operating on a member of Director Park’s family. But instead he wants Woo-jin to fake the surgery and find a reason to insist it’s impossible.
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
Woo-jin, being not quite as morally depraved as Director Park, is shocked by this request, but Director Park points out that since his nephew died, the entire plan for the hospital has changed. It’ll be nearly impossible for Director Park to become the president of the hospital now, thus making impossible for Woo-jin to become a director (since everyone knows they’re two peas in a pod).
D-Day Episode 14
In the surgery room, Woo-jin not only struggles with Director Park’s orders, but his failing vision. His staff are worried because they’re not sure how to perform this surgery, either. Woo-jin tells them that this is a bigger surgery than he can handle. Oh no, is going to go along with Director Park and say it’s impossible?
Instead, he orders them to go find Hye-sung, since he’s the only other one who can perform this surgery. Oh, whew. Hye-sung arrives with his loyal crew of Ddol-mi, Dae-gil, and Ji-na, all scrubbed up and ready to go. He’s slightly surprised that Woo-jin so easily hands over the surgery to him, but he effortlessly takes over.
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
Director Park’s sister sits in her brother’s office, crying over the random, unexpected natural disasters that took her son’s life and may possibly take her husband’s life, too.
It’s taking longer than expected, and Director Park goes to investigate matters himself. He’s surprised to find the original surgery team in the ER ward. The nurse explains that Woo-jin had asked for Hye-sung’s help, so they were swapped out with Hye-sung’s assistants. Furious to realize the surgery is still going, Director Park storms down the hallway to the operating room.
D-Day Episode 14
Hye-sung and Woo-jin are working together in beautiful teamwork (at which Ddol-mi adorably marvels) when Director Park enters. He compliments the team on working hard, excusing his appearance as just “familial concern.” Yeah, right — concern that you might lose your precious hospital, you mean.
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14

D-Day Episode 14

D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14
D-Day Episode 14

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