D-Day [review]

D-DAY [REVIEW]

“It’s not the vital monitor that pronounces death. It is a doctor who gives up on his patient. As long as you won’t give up. think the patient is still alive. ” Lee Hae Sung (D-Day)

D-Day is definitely a great show to watch especially if you’re looking for something fresh. It’s a very well done drama especially in cinematography aspect, characters development and intriguing conflict. I loved the chemistry among the casts and everyone did a fantastic job. The drama is also one of my fav dramas this year. I hope you guys know it by just looking at the amount of posts related to this disaster-medical drama on the blog. I also have 3 different headers of this drama that you can see on the header page. More

‘D-Day’ First Impression (ep 1 & 2)

A 16-billion won drama surely looks different compare to other dramas. It’s also 80% pre-produced. When ep 1 aired they’ve filmed up to ep 15.  At first I thought the show would be a generic medical show with some action in it until I knew it’s actually a disaster show. It’s really rare for such genre to hit small screen since it costs a lot. I was worried for Kim Young Kwang and Jung So Min because I thought with 16 billion won they surely could cast better actors but so far, they are nailing their roles! The drama is stellar and on different level. I’ve only watch 2 eps so far but I’m loving everything and can’t wait to watch D-Day until its last ep.

In ep 1 we’re introduced to all characters and they’re slowing building up the atmosphere. We get to see the nature of every characters. As for the lead male, Lee Hae Sung, he’s a stubborn doctor who puts patients’ lives as top priority. This gives him bad relationship with others and also penalties and lawsuits are his best friends. And he loves to sleep!

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