The story revolves around a young man named Mahigashi Teru. When he was young, his father, a brilliant surgeon, died in an accident, but not before saving Teru's life. As a result, Teru also aims to become a great surgeon like his father, devoted to never letting a patient die. As a clumsy newcomer at his hospital, he seems to be an unlikely savior. But whenever a patient's life is in danger, his true powers emerge in the form of his "god hands," allowing him to successfully perform even the most difficult operations. --Tokyograph
Cast & Credits
I absolutely loved it though. The story was kind of cheesy, but overall i did love it. The cast and the acting was flawless. The music was alright and served its purpose just fine. As for rewatch value, i'm not much of a rewatcher, but i'd give it a 6. Overall, I think this drama is one people who love comedy mixed with drama in the setting of a hospital.
It just didn't focus on Teru's power (I'm not sure what to call it) which he got from his dad, but the other doctors' abilities as well. And I thought it will all be like that, Teru will just rely on his luck or his dad's ability to overtake the operations but it didn't. And he really is a doctor who still tries to learn and practice to make his craft better, and didn't just relied on his luck. And he has that amazing talent or knowledge of examining a patient in just one glance.
And the casts have good chemistry. The whole team of doctors, Valhalla, looks like they are really one team and works hard to be of help with each other.
It is just a short drama, with only 6 episodes, and only an hour or less each episode, but is really a good story each. I just hope that there is 2nd season or a special final episode because it just kept me wondering what happened to Shinomiya's family or company.
This drama also makes you aspire to be a doctor or at least be working in a medical field. The passion of wanting to help and save lives and work with people who share the same beliefs.
I give it a high rating of 10 because I am well satisfied with the story, and makes me want to watch more of Medical dramas.