Korean Medical Drama

(Above: ‘Life.’ Source: Netflix)

Life, a 16-episode medical drama from Korea, has debuted today on Netflix.

The action takes place at a top university medical center, where the ideals of an ER doctor clash with the hospital’s new CEO.

If you’re not a Netflix subscriber, you can also stream the series free right now on Dailymotion. We’ve got the first episode for you right here:

The 16-episode Life reunites writer Lee Su-yeon and actor Jo Seung-woo (who plays the CEO). They previously teamed up for the 16-episode crime mystery Stranger, which is also available to Netflix subscribers.

Life co-stars Lee Dong-wook as the doctor. You can also binge his 18-episode supernatural romance Goblin free, with ads, on DramaFever.

Life director Hong Jong-chan’s likewise has a recent series showing free on DramaFever: the 16-episode drama Dear My Friends, focusing on elderly relationships.

In addition to its free service, DramaFever offers a commercial-free option that starts at $4.99 per month. For more info, plus device options, visit DramaFever.com.

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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