You know how hard it is to watch a kdrama that has a storyline that can easily fit in as movie-length, that is instead fleshed out into 16-20 episodes? Literally, just because you have 1-2 important scenes in the episode, doesn't actually make the episode that important, because you wasted all the other parts.DOTS takes all its time and has a grand story that wastes no episodes.The thief is injured during his capture and is sent to the hospital. He proves to her that he is a soldier with the help of army doctor Myeong-Joo (Kim Ji-Won).Dae-Young realises his cellphone was stolen by the thief and goes to the hospital to retrieve his cellphone. Shi-Jin and Mo-Yeon begin to date, but due to their jobs their dates don't go well. The drama was okay for me but it was lacking at some parts I'll explain it but first the highlights for me was The Earthquake episode I was literary holding my breath especially with the rescuing scene also this episode made me cry, Then the episode with the North Korea was also the best part and last The episode with the Arabian I applaud Kang Mo-Yeon for being avail to perform the surgery at a very intense situation.Yeah there were cheesy moments, but the relationships themself were just so undeniably real.I hate romance stories in kdrama's because they literally go no where until the last few episodes of the drama.The intensity was spot on for those action scenes and dramatic scenes were also well done.
I have probably watched 50 different kdramas and movies since I lived in Korea a few years ago and I was late to this because of the hype.
I just really enjoyed this for personal and creative reasons.
I found it especially cute when I discovered the leads literally just got married. I liked the 2nd lead male more than the female (again because I know guys like him).
Shi-Jin takes an order to lead his soldiers on a peacekeeping mission to the country of Uruk. Now for the lacking parts I hate the character of Kim Eun-Ji (female doctor) she has an annoying voice and face.
Meanwhile, Mo-Yeon becomes upset that she fails to become a professor due to a colleague's privileged background. Also I hate they left out important details such as Daniel Spencer's back story aren't you curious?Shi-Jin (Song Joong-Ki) is the captain of the special forces.