It was interesting to see how Doctors would handle Ji Hong's father. Part of me really hoped that he wouldn't be killed off. He was a great character and there were so many opportunities to take with him and Ji Hong. Not to mention with Hye Jung.
Overall the passing of his father felt flat, especially since it was mainly to allow the "villains" to step up and take their evil plans read moreforward.
What I do love is that all the characters are moving forward. I feel like the writers are trying to make Yoon Do and Seo Woo come together slowly. However, I am still very much for the idea of Soon Hee and Yoon Do coming together. What I really loved was that there seems to be a relationship between Yeong Kook and a nurse. Very interesting!
The plot with the woman and her assailant finally comes around. Though I wasn't pleased with how dumb Doctors made the cops and the hospital. There's no way the cops wouldn't have done a stake out. Or that the hospital would have removed her to a secure location. They wouldn't have just left her in the exact same room for her assailant to come back to.
It's interesting seeing Tae Ho, the Vice President and head of the neurosurgery department, react to the changes. I'm sill hoping that the hospital politics won't turn into the main focus.
Soo Chul hasn't appeared again and I'm wondering if he will pop up later on. I don't like it when characters get benched. Overall I think this was a solid episode and it's interesting seeing Hye Jung move forward with Ji Hong.