I can't believe it's already been a year since my first birthday post! Jung Jae-young is such an awesome and busy actor. He's had two movies this year with Glovealongside Yoo Sun and Countdownwith Jeon Do-hyun.
Since there was a soccer game on Tuesday, KBS decided to air episodes 1 and 2 on Monday. Brain, as the trailers and stills suggested, leans more towards heavy a la White Tower rather than lighter and more romance based a la Surgeon Bong Dal-hee. It started off slow with only a rating of 8.9% (TNmS) while its competition Thousand Day Promise and Kyebaek had 15.8% and 9.2% (TNmS) respectively. However, the ratings aren't that discrepant meaning the possibility of the rankings changing is still high.
Park Sung-woong has reteamed with the pd-writer duo of Baker King Kim Tak-goo but doesn't play a gaurdian angel in this. He plays Suh In-chul who is the righthand man (more like an underappreciated rookie) and nephew of Suh Jae-myung (Son Chang-min). His father is the deceased older brother of Suh, and it appears that may be their history is not as what is seems.
(As stated in the title, the following contains content from ep 1-6, so do NOT continue if you don't want to know what happens!)