Jeon Mi-do returns as neurosurgery professor in new stills from ‘Hospital Playlist 2’

Professor Chae Song-hwa is back!

tvN’s much-awaited second season of the medical drama Hospital Playlist has dropped the stills of its only female lead character played by Jeon Mi-do.

Hospital Playlist 2 picks up the story right where it left off in the first season but features new challenges and struggles for the five main characters.

Joining Jeon (Mother) are Jo Jung-suk (Nokdu Flower), Yoo Yeon-seok (Mr. Sunshine), Jung Kyung-ho (When the Devil Calls Your Name), and Kim Dae-myung (The Sound of Your Heart) as they return as the lead stars of the second season.

In the last season, Jeon’s character Chae Song-hwa was loved by the viewers, and Jeon was praised for her stable acting performance as a newcomer in the television industry.

Song-hwa, the only woman among the five friends, serves as the mental support and backbone of the group. In the stills, neurosurgery professor Song-hwa is back to her hospital duties and is seen smiling warmly. She is someone who is respected by her juniors, trusted by her seniors, and relied on by her friends. She also makes everyone around her feel relaxed and feel that they can confide in her.

Jeon Mi-do as Chae Song-hwa in Hospital Playlist 2_1
Jeon Mi-do as Chae Song-hwa in Hospital Playlist 2_2
Jeon Mi-do as Chae Song-hwa in Hospital Playlist 2_3

Jeon Mi-do said, “I think the characters are 200 percent better than season one. So I think I can have more fun and focus on filming. Once I get used to it, in season two, I think I’ll be able to show Chae Song-hwa with a more relaxed and better performance. I want to meet the viewers soon.”

Hospital Playlist 2 will premiere on June 17 and will air every Thursday on tvN.

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