Park Hae Jin ahd been poker face until now in “Dr. Stranger” and started to bawl and cry, as he made viewers feel horrible. This scene that showed his past and the truth showed his anger towards Myung Woo University Hospital, his sadness losing his father and all the revenge and anger that he had this whole time in addition to loneliness.
On the episode of SBS Monday/Tuesday drama “Dr. Stranger” (script Park Jin Woo, Kim Joo, director Jin Hyuk) broadcast on June 3, Han Jae Joon (played by Park Hae Jin) put his pride up just because he wanted to have another battle. He finally asked the Prime Minister for help. This showed his past and it showed exactly why he wanted to remain at Myung Woo Univesrity hospital.
He was now at risk of going to the branch and he showed his abilitites through a threat. He said there would be no next time and said strongly to Oh Joon Kyu that he would need to make an opportunity.
At this, he even went to the prime minister Jang Suk Joo for another opportunity. Jang Suk Joo had refused saying that even Park Hoon had come back and started to annoy Jang Suk Joo. At this, he knew that there was an invisible hand moving Jang Suk Joo and there was something between the two and someone that had threatened Jang Suk Joo.
Han Jae Joon even threw out his pride out the door and knelt in front of Oh Joon Kyu who had made his father die. In addition, he sadi to Oh Joon Kyu, “I’m sorry” and apologized, which showed that he was ready to throw out everything that he had built up until now for “Myung Woo University Hospital.”
The flashback scenes were deintiely interesting to see how it wans’t the first time that he had cried in the rain. This showed a side of himself as Lee Sung Hoon and him clinign onto Oh Joon Kyu.
More than anything, Park Hae Jin showed the best five minute ending as it was the highlight of “Dr. Stranger”. He shows the best crying acting of determination, anger, and desperateness as it showed the weight of 20 years. He had, until now, treid to limit his emotions and now is letting go of his anger.
Meanwhile, “Dr. Stranger” is about a genius doctor Lee Jong Suk that was born in South Korea but raised in North Korea and his conflict against the most elite doctor of Korea, Park Hae Jin. The two of them face the greatest conspiracy in a medical drama and fusion drama. It is broadcast every Monday and Tuesday at 10PM.