Episode 2 was brilliant, and we cannot wait for Hospital Playlist season 2, episode 3. So here is where we are with the lead characters:
- Kim Su-jeong’s complicated pregnancy continues, and unfortunately, she experiences a stillbirth after an urgent surgery — Seok-hyeong is devastated and sends the patient a text. In return, the patient sends flowers for the professor and a note saying thank you.
- Jun-wan assesses young child Min-chan and tells the mother that he needs a heart transplant — in the meantime, he performs surgery to give the patient a VAD (VAD is a mechanical pump that supports the heart).
- Song-hwa takes on a VIP client that has a deep tumour that is invasive. It’s a complicated surgery, but she and the team successfully take it out. Due to the surgery success, she’s invited for an interview on German TV. The client was a famous violinist. She declines because she wanted her whole team to be in the interview.
- Lee Ik-jun deals with a patient who is abusing their new liver with alcohol.
- Yang Seok-hyeong tells her ex-wife that they should put their relationship behind them.
Hospital Playlist season 2, episode 3 release date
Episode 3 will be released on Netflix on July 1, 2021. The usual time is 3:00 pm (GMT), but sometimes this varies. We do not anticipate any changes to the schedule yet (sometimes this happens in the K-Drama world).
Summary and predictions for Hospital Playlist season 2, episode 3:
We got treated to a small preview at the end of episode 2:
- Jun-wan deals with a patient that has no guardian or contacts.
- Song-hwa is dealing with a patient that doesn’t have much time left for treatment, and there’s a hint that she knows this person personally. She has a frank conversation with Jun-wan about whether surgery is possible.
- Yang Seok-hyeong’s mother questions why he doesn’t have a girlfriend.
- Ahn Jeong-won is offered a significant inheritance.
- Lee Ik-jun goes camping with his kid.
- Song-hwa says to someone, “I like you” in English, but not sure who to. Was it Ik-jun? The clip felt completely out of context.