Hospital Ship Ha Ji Wons First Doctor Role Banana Autopsy

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"Hospital Ship" Ha Ji-won's first doctor role, banana autopsy

Ha Ji-won revealed pictures of her preparation for her first role as a doctor.

She takes on the role of Song Eun-jae in the new MBC drama "Hospital Ship". Ha Ji-won has been preparing for months to completely turn into Song Eun-jae, a surgeon.

Pictures that Ha Ji-won released are preparations that she's been making for the role. She bought surgical books and has been drawing the human organ one by one and naming them. She's colored them and has been trying to memorize their names and functions. She's also practiced sealing wounds on a banana.

CNBLUE's Minhyuk transforms into a doctor in new still cuts from 'Hospital Ship'!
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CNBLUE's Minhyuk transforms into a doctor in new still cuts from 'Hospital Ship'!

MBC's new drama 'Hospital Ship' (working title) revealed a fresh batch of still images starring CNBLUE's Minhyuk!

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The idol star can be seen wearing a hospitalgown with a pair of stethoscopes hanging around his neck, making a serious expression. Minhyuk will be taking on the role of Kwak Hyun.When asked what made him decide on the role, he answered, "Kwak Hyun is portrayed as an incomplete character. I was attracted to the notion that he gradually changes when he meets Eun Chae (Ha Ji Won)."

[Hot Takes from the Noonas] Choi Jin-hyuk offered lead in
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[Hot Takes from the Noonas] Choi Jin-hyuk offered lead in "Hospital Ship" opposite Ha Ji-won

Choi Jin-hyuk may follow up OCN hit, "Tunnel - Drama" by putting a lab coat and a stethoscope back on to play a doctor in MBC's "Hospital Ship"

"Hospital Ship" tells the story of a group of doctors on a hospital ship (clever name, I know) which sails around to tend to islanders in small villages. An offer is already out to Ha Ji-won to play a surgeon on the run from the collapse of her family, while Choi Jin-hyuk will play the warm but strong doctor who will melt her heart. Ha Ji-won has been considering whether to take on the role for the better part of two months, so maybe the inclusion of Choi Jin-hyuk will give her the push she needs to accept.

AOA's Mina joins cast of upcoming medical drama 'Hospital Ship'!
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AOA's Mina joins cast of upcoming medical drama 'Hospital Ship'!

AOA member Mina has been added to the cast of MBC's upcoming medical drama 'Hospital Ship' (working title)!

According to a broadcast affiliate on June 15, Mina was recently confirmed to appear in the drama. The idol singer will be playing the role of a warm-hearted nurse, passionate about taking care of her patients.

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'Hospital Ship' is an adolescent drama which takes place on a small island, where young medical professionals go around treating patients. Actress Ha Ji Won and CNBLUE's Minhyuk will also be starring in the drama, leading to much anticipation. It's set to air after 'Monarch - Owner of the Mask'.

Ha Ji Won, CNBLUE's Minhyuk, Lee Seo Won, & more attend 1st script reading for 'Hospital Ship'
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Ha Ji Won, CNBLUE's Minhyuk, Lee Seo Won, & more attend 1st script reading for 'Hospital Ship'

The cast of upcoming MBC Wed-Thurs human island medical drama 'Hospital Ship' got together for their first script reading!

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The cast, including Ha Ji Won, CNBLUE's Minhyuk, Lee Seo Won, Kim In Sik, AOA's Mina, Kim Kwang Kyu, and more showed off their excellent chemistry during the reading, getting pumped to begin filming.

Ha Ji Won will be playing her first doctor role since debut through Song Eun Jae, a skilled doctor who has difficulty with people. Minhyuk will be playing Kwak Hyun, a doctor of internal medicine, while Lee Seo Won will be Kim Jae Geol, a doctor of Korean medicine. The drama tells the story of doctors who travel to isolated islands to treat needy patients.