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Dare I say this one was better than the korean? Well, there are some really solid reasons why. First of all, there was no romance. In the korean, the love story kind of ruined the drama, but here, they kept it clean and focused on the medical cases and the lead's struggles to succeed. In addition, the cases were plenty and they were completed in one episode and not dragged for two and three. Finally, it gave off more emotion than the korean one. So, overall, it is worth watching. Kento seems more mature now and he actually performed his character well enough. The rest of the cast did great work as well. My only regret is that the final episode was a bit boring and it didn't coclude the story nicely.
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