Park Shin Hye Tearfully Embraces Park Hyung Sik In “Doctor Slump”

Park Shin Hye Tearfully Embraces Park Hyung Sik In “Doctor Slump”

Will Park Shin Hye and Park Hyung Sik finally confess their feelings for each other on “Doctor Slump”?

“Doctor Slump” is a romantic comedy about two former rivals who reunite and unexpectedly become each other’s light during the darkest period of their lives. Park Hyung Sik plays Yeo Jung Woo, a star plastic surgeon whose thriving career suddenly falls into danger due to a strange medical accident, while Park Shin Hye plays Nam Ha Neul, a workaholic anesthesiologist suffering from burnout syndrome.


In newly released stills from the drama’s next episode, the relationship between Yeo Jung Woo and Nam Ha Neul continues to evolve.

The first set of photos captures the two former classmates looking at each other in shock, as if unsure what to do. The tension between them is noticeably different from their usual dynamic, raising the question of what might have happened between them.

In the next set of photos, Nam Ha Neul captures Yeo Jung Woo off guard by suddenly embracing him.

While the startled Yeo Jung Woo freezes, Nam Ha Neul begins to tear up, revealing just how emotional this moment is for her.

With their relationship beginning to move past just friendship, it remains to be seen whether Nam Ha Neul and Yeo Jung Woo will be able to figure out their complicated feelings for each other.

The “Doctor Slump” production team teased, “Because Nam Ha Neul has spent her entire life either studying or working, she’s never dated or been in love. Now, not only is she confused about Yeo Jung Woo’s feelings towards her, but she is also confused about her own feelings as well. The process of her figuring this out will both deliver unexpected laughs and make viewers’ hearts flutter.”

They went on to add, “Please stay tuned to find out whether, as Yeo Jung Woo’s medical accident trauma grows deeper, his relationship with Nam Ha Neul will be able to develop further.”

The next episode of “Doctor Slump” will air on February 10 at 10:30 p.m. KST.