Honestly, I was watching this episode knowing that doom would befall our Bo-young (Lee Yu-bi) (not because I wanted it but it has always been that way). Our naive therapist has always been a magnet to bad luck that for good things to happen all at the same time was kinda suspicious. And I was not wrong.
Disappointment after disappointment
Just when Bo-young believed she could now become a full-time employee with Chief Yang’s upcoming departure from the hospital, he announced that he had no choice but to stay in his position because the job offer made to him was canceled. In my opinion, it’s not wrong for Bo-young to get excited about it. I just hoped that she’s able to manage her expectations better, especially when she’s been a victim of false hopes several times.
If one heartbreak wasn’t enough, here came Dr. Ye Jae-wook (Lee Joon-hyuk) who rejected Bo-young’s feelings for him, and that’s not because he doesn’t like her but because he’s afraid he’d experience another heartbreak. Poor Bo-young.
Shin Min-ho to the rescue
When Dr. Ye actually decided to give up on Bo-young, a window of opportunity opened for our childish guy to be a source of comfort for the hurt Bo-young. Would this make him change his decision?
Ageism in the workplace has been tackled a lot of times in this drama and this time, it’s around young medical staff.
Sorry for the late reviews. My real-life work has been tough lately, but I don’t want to disappoint Poem fans any further, so I’ll continue with my reactions. See you around!