K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 35-36

There are people who put their interest first before their duty to other people.

The Politicking Continues

Doosung Group won’t stop bashing the Hospital Ship until it sinks to the bottom of the sea. This conglomerate is using all of its influence to shut down the biggest hurdle in their business venture in healthcare. And the most annoying part is that politicians who were supposed to be looking after people are being used too.

I kind of pity Kim Jae-geol’s (Lee Seo-won) father as he was flanked in the middle of a situation he didn’t deserve to be in. He needs to keep the hospital’s ER service afloat and he can’t do anything but to follow the wishes of its most likely investor. The Korean Medicine doctor seems to be torn as well on where to stand in the matter. Jae-geol wants to save the Hospital Ship and yet he knew how important the hospital is for his father. Seems like everyone is facing a tough choice.

The Captain, The Head Nurse, and The Administrator

The eldest among the crew are doing their best to lobby the Hospital Ship’s case to the province’s governor. But their calls are being ignored. It didn’t help that the life of Choo Won-gong’s (Kim Kwang-Kyu) wife was put in danger. Now, the poor ship’s chief had to deal with two heavy problems at once.

Sharing The Burden

Kwak Hyun (Kang Min-hyuk) and the other doctors and nurse tried to help the elders who are having trouble using Doosung’s advance medical system. I have no complaints using technology in improving the health system but I don’t support it when people use it to make a profit. And that what was clearly happening. At first, I thought it was too absurd of a situation but nah, it can or it is really happening.

On the other hand, Song Eun-jae (Ha Ji-won) has really learned to show her empathy to others. She admitted to Hyun that she usually doesn’t put an effort in any relationship but her connection to the Hospital Ship was really different. She really has come a long way.

Maknae’s Episode Verdict

Here I thought I had experienced the worst in this series. I thought the previous conflicts where the peak already. I can’t believe this series managed to go in a much more difficult road. Although I’m enjoying this tense-filled episode, it suddenly became a reminder we were really nearing the end of the ship’s journey. I think it’ll be hard for me to let go of this series, just like how sad the crew is seeing the Hospital Ship go without them.

<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 33-34
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 31-32
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 29-30

<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 27-28
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 25-26
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 23-24
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 21-22
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 19-20
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 17-18
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 15-16
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 13-14
<<K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 11-12
<<K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 9-10
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 7-8
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 5-6
<< K-Drama Reaction: Hospital Ship | Episodes 3-4
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