Soul Mechanic (2020) poster
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Notes: 7.8/10 par 2,954 utilisateurs
# de Spectateurs: 10,417
Critiques: 26 utilisateurs
Classé #3489
Popularité #1598
Téléspectateurs 2,954

C'est un drama avant tout humain nous contant des histoires folles que vivent les psychiatres. À travers diverses histoires, le drama vise à demander : « D'où vient le bonheur ? » et à partager un message réconfortant avec les téléspectateurs. Lee Shi Joon est psychiatre dans un hôpital. Il est passionné lorsqu'il s'agit d'aider ses patients. Han Woo Joo est une étoile montante en tant qu'actrice de comédie musicale. Elle est honnête et intègre et aime son travail. ( Source : Hyunie Fansub ) Modifier la traduction

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  • Pays: South Korea
  • Catégorie: Drama
  • Épisodes: 32
  • Diffusé: mai 6, 2020 - juin 25, 2020
  • Diffusé Sur: Mercredi, Jeudi
  • Station de diffusion initiale: KBS2
  • Durée: 35 min.
  • Score: 7.8 (scored by 2,954 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #3489
  • Popularité: #1598
  • Classification du contenu: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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1 personnes ont trouvé cette critique utile
août 17, 2022
32 épisodes vus sur 32
Complété 0
Globalement 9.5
Histoire 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Musique 7.0
Degrés de Re-visionnage 5.0

Sujet sensible (mais bien traité) et un casting d'enfer

Un drama différent, osant aborder le thème difficile de la santé mentale.
C'est bien écrit, pertinent, sensible, ... et mis en vie par des acteurs GENIAUX ! (notamment le ML = Shin Ha Kyun -remarquable comme toujours- et la FL =Jung So Min). Le ton se veut optimiste, positif et tous les cas abordés sont évoqués avec beaucoup d'humanité, de finesse.

On sent en arrière-plan une critique de la société coréenne, ultra compétitive dès l'école, tournée vers la culpabilisation à outrance, le tout induisant un stress extrême et une pression sociale et familiale intense. D'où le taux de suicides !

Dans tous les cas, je vous conseille fortement ce drama génial.

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44 personnes ont trouvé cette critique utile
mai 8, 2020
32 épisodes vus sur 32
Complété 5
Globalement 9.5
Histoire 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Musique 8.5
Degrés de Re-visionnage 9.5

Soulful & Healing

This drama is probably not for everyone. It's more than just a kdrama that's why it doesn't apply to a global audience. But it gives heart to those who can relate to having had mental health issues, to those having someone close to them suffering from it or those who're interested in the subject from a scientific point of view. More than just stories about the patients, we also get to see the healing process; even simple anger management exercises feels like they could be easily implemented by anyone else. Those scenes are rather long at times and that's why I suspect they are there for that purpose, for that second purpose which might not be applied to everyone but could possibly help someone in need.

It's a beautiful series.

There has been a few dramas that broach the topic but compared to some extraordinary or rare diseases I feel like the way this drama is approaching the subject is hitting closer to home. Anxiety, delusion, anger issues, depression, eating disorders; fighting to stay clear minded despite facing challenges in a society that expects us to always be ready and on their feet is a common issue that isn't talked about enough. Compared to other dramas where mental health issue is either the main focus on the story or is a background feature of a character, something that the character can make use of or hide, here we see ordinary, working people that can't hide away from it because it shows in their daily life. We get to see how they struggle to overcome, frankly, themselves, and how hard it is to do so when society doesn't take you or your mental health seriously.

If that didn't convince you to give this drama a chance... let me ask you this then. Have you ever felt burdened by the things happening in your life? Have you ever felt it was unfair how many bad things kept happening around you? Well, this drama not only answers from the perspective of those that are lost and deeply wounded by this but also from those that keep fighting through it. And unlike the usual kdrama trope where the main leads are suffering from painful memories and keep on a straight face, here we see main characters that are suffering, who are not okay, but they keep searching for that light with all their might.

"Whatever your illness may be, don't struggle alone. If you can overcome it on your own, it's not an illness."

This drama is giving me so many emotions. I love how Han Woo Joo can see right through the ML. She just 'gets' him. It's an entertaining dynamic. They're a pair of dorks, and at their best, they just work together. It's interesting to watch them because we're not only being told that they like each other, but ultimately we can see it and judge for ourselves. They are two wounded souls, and sometimes it can be rather scary to see their vulnerable sides so out in the open but ultimately they're people that need each other and are able to help each other heal. As long as one doesn't give up, we can continue to move forward. An additional bonus is that this drama skipped on a lot (if not all) the usual, annoying, repetitive kdrama cliches regarding romance while staying true to the main storyline and keept us entertained with continuous character development.

Jung So Min is an extraordinary actress. The variety of emotions she portrays is incredible. It's both feels-inducing and also fascinating to watch, seeing how one actress can play so many raw emotions on screen. And Shin Ha can he be so pure and adorable? He's precious. Sophisticated but also a real dork at heart.

Before anyone says our male lead is too old let me redirect you to Ji Sung's profile page. Ji Sung might look like a baby duckling but he's still a mature man in his forties. Also our couple has 14 years gap, but that's not a new thing in a kdrama world now, is it? Furthermore...female lead being 31, she's a mature woman herself.

Other issues? There are a few. I know of a patient-doctor contraversary issue, dubious psychiatric methods used in the series...but that's just not it, not what this drama ever was supposed to be about.

What this drama truly teaches and the message it is trying to portray throughout the various stories and lessons is that - You Can Heal. And that each person is unique on their own so the healing method is also something unique for you. It might even be something only those deeply invested in you or you yourself can truly find. But that's okay. Because each of us has that answer in our hearts. We only need the will to move forward.

I can't praise this drama enough. It's a true gem. It truly met all (and more) of my expectations. It's a soul healing drama.

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  • Drama: Soul Mechanic
  • Pays: Corée du Sud
  • Épisodes: 32
  • Diffusé: mai 6, 2020 - juin 25, 2020
  • Diffusé On: Mercredi, Jeudi
  • Station de diffusion initiale: KBS2
  • Durée: 35 min.
  • Classification du contenu: 15+ - Adolescents de 15 ans ou plus


  • Score: 7.8 (marqué par 2,954 utilisateurs)
  • Classé: #3489
  • Popularité: #1598
  • Téléspectateurs: 10,417

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