This episode was a step in the right direction! Focusing more on the cast of characters and the medicine. Even using a medical story inspired from true events that happened in China. So extra points! I'm very curious how the case will end.
Yes, the hospital politics are still there. Oh, and it does exactly what I thought it would do plotwise. Still this episode brought back a lot of what I read moreloved about the show.
Not to mention that Hye Jung confronts Ji Hong about how he just does things without her. Doing everything on his own. Even when she discussed it with him. He needs to change if they can ever be together.
Not to mention that now I really want to cheer for Yoon Do. Likeliness of him getting the girl, no. However, I am still very much for him and Soon Hee being a couple. I really think they would have fire!
Overall I liked the introductory of In Joo back into the story. (We're all shipping her with Ji Hong's womanizing BFF right?) This was a much better step in the right direction for this series and I hope it keeps going that way. Not to mention that it still broke my heart even though I knew it was coming.