Top 10 secrets about Doctor Strange

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1. Doctor Strange uses a wide range of medical devices and technologies to diagnose and treat patients, including those developed by Samsung Medical Center. Dr. Strange is the first hospital in South Korea to use 3D printing technology for preoperative planning, diagnosing diseases, and surgical treatments.

2. The show follows the life of Park Hoon, a North Korean refugee who was adopted by a doctor in South Korea as a child after his family was killed. After studying medicine in North Korea, he comes to South Korea and works at Doctor Stranger with his newfound father figure.

3.The show has become increasingly popular due to its suspenseful plotline that follows Park Hoon’s journey as he uncovers mysterious secrets about his past.

4. The medical drama also features one of South Korea’s most beloved actors, Lee Jong Suk, who plays the role of Park Hoon.

5. Doctor Strange has become a critically acclaimed series and was even nominated for several awards including the Grand Prize (Daesang) at the 2014 Seoul International Drama Awards. It continues to be popular in South Korea, with reruns airing on TV throughout the year.

6. Dr. Strange was the first Korean drama to be fully pre-produced before airing, meaning all episodes were filmed in advance of the series premiere. This allowed for a level of quality assurance and detail that had never been seen in Korean dramas before.

7. The show is known for its mind-bending plot twists and high stakes storylines, which have kept viewers hooked since its debut in 2014.

8. One of the show’s most memorable characters is Park Hoon, played by actor Lee Jong Suk. His character quickly became an audience favorite due to his unique combination of wit, intelligence and vulnerability.

9. Another fan-favorite character is Go Mi Nam (played by Jin Se Yeon), who is a female character disguised as a male for most of the drama’s run.

10. Dr. Strange was a massive success in its native South Korea, becoming one of the highest-rated Korean dramas in history with an average viewership rating of 19.2% (Nationwide). It also had impressive international reach, being broadcast in over 25 countries around the world. The show has won numerous awards and continues to attract new fans through streaming services like Netflix and Viki.


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