I’m 21 years old…
I have too much experience with this topic >.< A friend of mine experienced frequent stomach aches and her doctor gave her that same thing. A month later, she switched doctors and found out she had ovarian cancer. Thankfully, she’s been healthy for a few years now.
Just this past winter, my doctor put me on a new medicine and I began getting really bad headaches. He kept telling my parents that I was probably just “seeking attention” and continued to increase the dosage. I ended up almost dying and having to spend a month in the hospital.
I can’t imagine what parents go through when their kids get sick
[EDIT: For anyone who’s wondering why I no longer want to become a doctor, the stories above are the reason. Can you imagine screwing up like that? I would never forgive myself!]
I am 34 and from Denmark. I’ve been watching kdramas for years, but I’m not that active on the forums here. It’s nice to see such a variety of people. After all, there is a great variety of shows as well.
Or a judge, for that matter!
But well, in the case of a doctor, think of how many lives one can save, too.
For me I would never even think of it because seeing flesh being cut makes me physically queasy (even if I know it’s for a good reason). I had a hard time with Doctor Stranger because of that but I kept watching it because LJS was so awesome in it.
I remember someone in the timed comments saying that the heart in one of the first episodes looking like a bouncing pizza and I couldn’t eat pizza for a while after that
The middle episodes of Doctor Stranger dragged on quite a bit, but I really liked the ending.
Oh, really? Where are you from?
How about you?
Really? You mean the last episode, with all the questions remaining unanswered? That super talented genius thoracic surgeon will stay as a country doctor away from specialized hospitals where he could save lives, away from his mother whom he doesn’t meet again or live with? And his much-awaited reunion with his great love shown as just a fleeting moment, from far?
What sort of ending was that?
OK, I’m off topic. Shutting up now…
In my defense, I was in middle school when I watched it. My standards were different
I’m 26 y/o and been into Dramas for quite a time now.
At first, I’d started for improving my Japanese, then I moved to K-dramas, and now I’ve watched all sorts of things.
Nice to meet you all!
K-dramas are the reason I gave up on learning Japanese a few years ago lol. I wasn’t really interested in Japanese dramas or anime, but because I was always immersed in Kpop and Kdramas, I found myself effortlessly learning Korean at a much faster pace than Japanese.
I still like japanese dramas (not anime though), but I’d rather watch a Korean one.
For practicing Japanese, I’m going to a Japanese - Spanish language exchange in my city every week
an Egyptian finally i though i was the only Egyptian , it’s awesome that i’m not alone anymore
Omg same! I never meet Egyptians on Viki. I’ve met people from Saudi, Morocco, Iraq, Algeria and Jordan but never Egypt.
This feels like a family reunion or something
I’m 31…Is it too old to watching dramas???
And just like someone sayd :I’m glas to know i’m not the only elder…
Too old? You’re joking, aren’t you?
I’m 18, will turn 19 in three days
Of course it was a joke
HHHHHHHH i’m here sister all alone … but finding you here is awesome … let’s be friends if you don’t mind