When the queen-to-be of medieval Korea is badly wounded, Captain Choi Young uses a wormhole to "heaven," which is actually 21st-century South Korea, to bring back the spoiled Dr. Yoo Eun-Soo who becomes a pawn in a game of human chess.
When Princess Nogoog (Se-Young Park), the queen-to-be of the medieval kingdom of Goryeo (Korea)is seriously wounded by assassins, the king (Deok-Hwan Ryu) sends Captain Choi Young (Min-Ho Lee) through a miniature wormhole to what he thinks is heaven, but is actually 21st-century South Korea, to bring back "God's Doctor" of ancient legend. Instead he brings back a reluctant plastic surgeon and spoiled brat, Dr. Yoo Eun-Soo (Hee-Seon Kim). She saves the princess' life and becomes known as Eui Seon, the great doctor from heaven. Unfortunately, while this position is privileged, it is also dangerous as no fewer than three politicians, the king and his uncle (Yoon-Jae Park) and a nobleman (Oh-Seong Yu), fight over her custody. But she grows increasingly attached to Choi who dedicates himself to protecting her by playing the politicians against each other; although, he tries to favor the king as long as the latter's interests do not conflict with Yoo's. He is aided by a large cast of ...Written by
Joon-gi Lee was originally supposed to play the lead role but had to drop because of his mandatory military service. See more »
I don't know what's so interesting about this series, the story is nonsense, characters act unnatural. Even if the story is imaginary, the actors must act as well as you imagine yourself in the story and feel the characters' feelings. But they didn't, even their dialogues couldn't help it. It was just a waste of time. however, it doesn't deserve 1 or 2 stars. I think 3 is enough for it.
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