字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Today on TOAD we're taking a look a 'The Great Doctor aka Faith'. 5 Words: Lee Min Ho period drama. OMG! Never really been a fan of the man in the past and period dramas for that matter but Lee Min Ho as an ancient warrior general kind of wipes out the whole gu-jun-pyo of 'Boys Over Flowers'. and the man ain't too bad looking in a suit of armor. Maybe it's the wavy hair, or the fact that he never gets dirty other than the fresh blood stain after a kill. maybe it's just the fact that he's super sexy and has super powers. I featured this drama as my number 2 pick in my TOAD new dramas of August. Click here to check out that link. But after watching a few episodes I'm moving it to number 1. Writer Song Ji Nah, and Director Kim Jung huk team up for the fourth time with this awesome drama. I knew it would be popular because the actors and actresses are really cute. Heck, it stars Lee Min Ho. As his first period drama, I knew it would have a huge following. Little did I know it would actually be really good. Sorry folks I haven't always been an Lee Min Ho fan. But as I said that's changed. What was I thinking?!? Anyways it has a really interesting storyline, and actually made me really interested in Korean history. After one single episode I got online and wiki'ed the crap out of the Goryeo period.. Just to try and figure out what might happen. Woo, not afraid of spoilers!?! The story takes place at the end of the Goryeo period in the year 1351. The King Gang Min was held hostage in Yuan (China) is bringing his Yuanese wife to rule over ancient Korea.. when they get attacked in an Inn. The assassin scene was pretty cool. Black-clothed ninjas, hard to see. Make them glow! Added benefit: their swords look like light sabers. Total score! I want a light saber. If only I was that cool. Despite General Choi's having super sexiness, mad sword skills, and the super powers of being able to have an electric force field and beams shoot out of his hands, the future queen is attacked and her neck is slashed right down to the juglar. The current doctor can do great things with his acupuncture needles, but despite turning her into a human pin cushion, doesn't have the knowledge to stitch her back up. Irony. The solution? Go to a magic portal and get a doctor from heaven. The general is chosen for the mission, and he walks through the blue swirling portal and goes 'Oppa Gangnam Style'. Long story short he picks up a plastic surgeon named Dr. Eun Su played by Kim Hee Sun. He kidnaps her from Coex, takes her and a plastic police shield back to the past. She heals the future queen and becomes famous for her medical skills, her unusual instruments including the headlamp thingy, and her ability to foretell the future, or in her case the past that she memorized in grade school. And with almost killing the general, the two of them being thrust into the middle of a coup, and the doctor really learning how to care for people, it has depth as well as lightheartedness. Overall it's not really that historically accurate, but who cares. You, f..k..u... you historically must be accurate snooty people you. Just kidding. My favorite part has got to be the narrations. The Korean water color paintings and calligraphy is breathtakingly beautiful, and an ingenious way to show the back story. So now the questions remain. Will she ever get back from the past? Will the King be able to rule Goryeo in peace? Will Lee Min Ho survive? And as a romantic comedy, can love blossom between two eras of the time-space continuum? Guess we're just gonna have to watch to find out. And that raps up this weeks TOAD episode. Don't forget to leave your comments in the comment section below if that's your thing. And, let me know what you think about Faith. Don't forget to subscribe for more TOAD adventures.