"Hospital Playlist 2" never fails to give its viewers an emotional roller coaster with heart-fluttering moments between the 99ers and the staff at Yulje Medical Center.
The second season did not only focus on the development of the main character but was able to highlight the growth among the supporting characters.
Every Thursday, Jo Jung Suk, Jeon Mi Do, Kim Dae Myung, Yoo Yeon Seok and Jung Kyung Ho delivers a weekly dose of entertainment, making the audience laugh and cry at the same time.
From its first season back in March 2020 to its much-awaited sequel, which debuted in June 2021, it is safe to say that there's a lot of progress among our beloved doctors and Yulje staff.
Unfortunately, fans need to wait for another week as tvN previously announced that "Hospital Playlist 2" episode 10 is set to broadcast on the 9th instead of September 2.
With just two more episodes left before the season finale, here's a brief rundown of five surprising developments witnessed in "Hospital Playlist" season 2.
The second season opened with a loud bang as the medical K-drama featured the most awaited romance between Ahn Jung Won and Jang Gyeo Wool, played by Yoo Yeon Seok and Shin Hyun Bin.
This might probably be one of Lee Ik Jun's best match-making projects since Jung Won was eager to enter the seminary and leave his career behind.
Dubbed as the "Wintergarden couple" by viewers, the duo surely gave the fans a reason to get hooked with their low-key, sweet, and heartwarming moments.
However, in the latest episode, the audience gets to know more about the family of Dr. Jang, including her dark past. Fortunately, Jung Won played the perfect boyfriend and expressed his support for Jang Gyeo Wool.
To recall, she mentioned that she prioritizes her mom over everything, which the pediatric surgeon understands. Now, that's #relationshipgoals.
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Another surprising character development is Yang Seok Hyung (Kim Dae Myung) and Chu Min Ah's (Ahn Eun Jin) relationship.
After bravely confessing her feelings, it's now Min Ah's time to hit the love bubble as the latest episode suggests that Dr. Yang is slowly warming up and considering his feelings towards his OB-Gyn resident.
Just to give a quick recap, "Hospital Playlist 2" episode 9 showed Yang Seok Hyung asking Min Ah out on a date. Initially, she was surprised and did not believe that she'll be on a date with her longtime crush, but she came to her senses and even bragged about going out with Dr. Yang.
On second thought, some netizens believe that he asked Min Ah on a date to inform her that he will be leaving for the U.S to study.
Unftuaty, the fans have to patiently wait for the upcoming episode to know if Min Ah will be Seok Hyung's end game.
Chae Song Hwa and Lee Ik Jun
Ik Song shippers were probably waiting for their ship to sail since season one; however, Chae Song Hwa (Jeon Mi Do) and Lee Ik Jun's (Jo Jung Suk) slow burn romance leave hints about some progress.
It came after one episode featured the duo's camping trip with their third wheel, Lee Woo Ju, Ik Jun's son.
Fans witnessed a glimpse of Song Hwa being a stepmom to Woo Ju and a doting wife to Ik Jun; this leaves us hoping that "Hospital Playlist 2" ends with a happy love story for the two.
Kim Jun Wan and Lee Ik Sun
Unfortunately, it is not only rainbow and butterflies with the 99ers as "Hospital Playlist" season two displayed the heartbreaking relationship fallout with Kim Jun Wan (Jung Kyung Ho) and Lee Ik Sun (Kwak Sun Young).
The duo left season one with a happy heart but somehow calling it quits in the mid-season due to Ik Sun's health.
Fortunately, the latest episode showed that she only did it to help her focus on recovery and Jun Wan on his career.
At the end of episode 9, Ik Sun revealed that she still has feelings for Jun Wan.
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Written by Geca Wills