5 Reasons Why We Can’t Wait To Watch “Hospital Playlist 2” On Netflix
We can’t wait to bask in friendship, music, and life-affirming messages in Hospital Playlist 2!
Coming to our Netflix schedule this June 17, fans have been waiting, and super excited to be reunited with the gang. Season 1 left us with many questions, so it’s thrilling to finally get some answers and see where everyone is at now.
Check out the reasons why we’re eager to see the second season.
The Friendship That Mirrors What We Have
Friends for 20 years, the doctor cast is truly #friendshipgoals whether they’re fighting over food or when they’ve got each other’s backs.
In their 40’s life begins for each of them. With careers as doctors, the pragmatic lives of people living, dying, and just passing by in the hospital and their lives were narrated from their different perspectives.
Their lasting friendship is so wholesome and as viewers, we feel like an honorary sixth friend. We love it when they get on each other’s nerves and we love how they support each other.
They’re all unique and have distinct personalities that we’ve fallen for. Aside from that, there’s also plenty of friendships to enjoy beyond the main group of five friends.
Love Blossoms in Hospital Playlist 2
Picking up from what we left off in the first season, expect romance stories to be watching points in the series.
We can’t wait to see how everyone’s relationships might have progressed. Jeong-won (Yoo Yeon-seok) and Gyeo-ul (Shin Hyun-been) shared a romantic kiss at the end of the first season, so will they be going steady in season 2?
How will Song-hwa (Jeon Mi-do) respond to Ik-jun (Cho Jung-seok)’s confession? Will Seok-hyeong (Kim Dae-myeung) and Min-ha (Ahn Eun-jin) be lucky in love? What will happen with Jun-wan (Jung Kyung-ho) and Ik-sun (Gwak Sun-young)’s long-distance relationship?
So many questions, but we are definitely ready for the romance!
The Unrivaled Humor and Laughter
Doubling the laughter spree we got from season 1 is very much welcome in Hospital Playlist 2!
Especially since the characters have their own quirks and there are so many funny scenes. From moments like getting their head glued to a Darth Vader helmet to trying their hardest not to get caught dating their friend’s sister, you’ll be smiling and laughing every episode.
There are also a ton of relatable funny moments when the friends are eating and teasing each other. Ik-jun is definitely one of the funniest though, transforming into a frog with his bandaged fingers and singing and dancing to “Pick Me.” Can’t wait to feel cheerful and giddy with funny scenes from the new season too!
The Band Sessions Featuring Soothing Music
Healing through music and practical life lessons, Hospital Playlist features earworm soundtracks. Since the lyrics also appear in the band session scenes, the meaning of the songs rightfully fit the pictures highlighted.
With the friends gathering weekly to practice as a band, there is a lot of good music to enjoy. Three of the actors are also musical actors, and each of them plays their instruments for real.
Although Song-hwa is tone-deaf, actress Jeon Mi-do isn’t. The OST also brings back nostalgia since the band covers older hits like “Lonely Night” and classical music like Pachelbel’s Canon.
Cho Jung-seok even won the Golden Disc Award Best OST and Seoul Music Awards OST Award in 2020 for his cover of “Aloha.” Definitely looking forward to hearing more great music through their jam sessions and more.
The Heartening Moments
Therapeutic and smartly written, it leaves a lingering positive imprint after every episode dose you take. It doesn’t circle in agonizing conflicts, but gravitates with familiar stories that everyone can relate to would suffice.
You’ll be able to relate as characters experience life, death, and everything in between. From relationships with their parents and family to experiencing loss, you’ll feel moved. At its core, Hospital Playlist is a slice-of-life series about a group of friends. Don’t be surprised to discover yourself tearing up, whether it’s due to the heartwarming scenes or even because of the funny scenes!
What are you most excited about for the second season? Be sure to watch Hospital Playlist when it premieres on June 17 at 10:00 pm PHT, only on Netflix.
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