(굿 닥터)is a August 5, 2013 -- TV series directed by Ki Min-Soo South Korea.
A young man named Park Shi-On has autism and a developmental disability. His mental age is that of a 10-year-old, but he becomes a paediatric surgeon. Meanwhile, Kim Do-Han, who is the best paediatric surgeon, finds himself frequently in confrontation with Park Shi-On.
Good Doctor (굿 닥터; RR: Gut Dakteo) is a 2013 South Korean medical drama television series starring Joo Won, Moon Chae-won, Joo Sang-wook, Chun Ho-jin and Kwak Do-won. It airs on KBS2 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes beginning August 5, 2013. Joo Won plays an autistic savant who becomes a genius pediatric surgeon.
The early working title was Green Scalpel (그린 메스; RR: Geurin Meseu; lit. "Green Mes"
- He is a miner's son who witnessed domestic violence from his father beginning at a very young age. Because of his developmental disorder that's a type of autism, he gets a specialized education at a care center, where they discover that he's a savant. Shi-on has genius tendencies, an exceptional memory, and has a keen perception of space within the human body. With the help of a guardian, he eventually becomes a pediatric surgery resident, but his personality remains that of a grade schooler.
- A pediatric surgeon with a strong sense of duty. She chose to become a doctor after volunteering in a children's cancer ward in high school, and entered Korea's best medical school as the second best of her class. With her hard work and brains she becomes afellow at a relatively young age. She never hesitates to speak up in front of her bosses, but has an easy-going personality with a tomboyish nature.
- The youngest doctor to become a pediatric associate professor. He entered medical school at the top of his class, and is a cold-hearted perfectionist.
- Do-han's fiancee. She is a manager on the planning board for a large university hospital. As the only daughter to the foundation's director, she's keenly aware of the nepotism prejudice and proves her worth by being cool-headed, capable, and assertive.