Drink up. Someone like him… must get a lot of offers. I guess there’s no going back. Whatever the reality, it’s about how we feel. Dr. Cha watched all along. He watched you for the whole year. Dr. Cha did? What? Was this photoshopped? By whom? Dr. Heo did. What? You knew all along? Do you think he didn’t call me
for the whole year? I knew everything. You did? Then was the crying an act? Gosh, I got goosebumps.
You could be an actor. Why didn’t you tell us? He was still being treated, and he exercised so hard. He only recently
regained his health. But he always had you on his mind! Dr. Cha. I just couldn’t forget you. I couldn’t find anyone like you. Don’t leave anymore. Don’t go anywhere. Stay by my side. I will. Kang Si Young. I love you. No cucumbers, please. – Enjoy your meal.
– Thanks. (Kang Si Young) I’m so late! Stay strong. (Kang Si Young) Hello? I’m nearby. I’ll be right there. Hello. – It has been a while.
– It has. Under the current law, we can put a stop to unnecessary
life-prolonging treatment. Since the law regards life,
rather than permitting, the focus should be on limiting. That limiting could obstruct
the right not to be in pain. Supplying nutrients and drugs… sometimes even postpone death. An increase in
the scope of those rights… could turn society into one
that forces death. Before hasty and drastic changes,
our society must first… gain a more mature awareness
of death itself. Everyone here respects life, which is why no one should
give up easily, or left to suffer in pain
for too long. I believe that hospice and
palliative care is neutral ground. Yes. What terminal cancer patients
need the most is not treatment, but care. Looking after. Yes. I agree with that. To terminally ill patients,
the end of their lives… isn’t dying. It must be to live
while death approaches. Are you back for good? Yes. The painkiller you developed. Will I be able to use it one day? Our center’s waiting for it too. I hope it helps. How are you? I don’t know how much I have left, but I’m living just fine. See you again. Sure. We will. Dr. Cha said no? Why? He doesn’t think
he must remain at our center. Many other doctors can do that. If the drug he developed
is commercialized, we’ll be able to use it. If that were to happen, I wouldn’t envy having 100 doctors
like him. The doctors are on their way.
Hang in there. – Help her up.
– Okay. Take this medicine. What is this? The 24-hour brainwave test showed… clear epileptic waves
when your stomach hurts. You have stomach epilepsy. The anti-seizure medicine
will dull the pain. We’ll have to see, but the serious symptoms
will go away. Then am I free now? The medicine will help you
go about your everyday life. Thank you, doctor. Thank you. Did you talk to Dr. Cha yesterday? Yes. Sorry for not telling you
for a year. Mi Rae told me off real bad. You said Dr. Cha asked. I understand. Thank you. If he didn’t have you to talk to, he’d have been so lonely. Did you hear where he works now? – Yes.
– Shall we all visit one day? After you. Let’s go. We’re almost there. (We’re almost there.) (Healing Clinic) I told you not to,
but you smoke in secret. When will you quit? You always complain
about pain. Lie down. – Did you pee well?
– Yes. Good. What? (We’re almost there.) I’m a doctor. What did you say? To those awaiting death
at the end of their lives, what they need more than
painkillers that don’t work… I see your nipples. It is someone who
understands their suffering. Don’t skip your meals
and exercise is a must, okay? Goodbye, sir. And… No smoking. The comfort that their pain is
shared by someone. (Healing Clinic) His cancer has spread to his larynx, so his voice is damaged.
How can you understand him so well? – Hi.
– Hi. I can’t understand him well either, but I just try my best. Who knows what he said today
will be his last words? – Dr. Cha!
– Dr. Cha! Guys! Welcome. Where should we start? I’m sure
there’s a lot to do around here. In Hanse Wish Club, we’ve been getting many certificates
and receiving a lot of training. We’re good at cleaning
and doing the laundry too. Can I go around the ward
and take wishes from the patients? You can do whatever you want.
I won’t stop you. Start! Let’s go! Let’s go this way. Sir, you look so stiff. Try to put on a big smile. Here we go. 1, 2, 3. One more. What’s your name? Relax. This might sting a little. Let me check your blood sugar level.
Give me your hand. Are you okay? It hurts. Let me play a song on the piano
for you. I’m not that good,
but please listen. It’s a fun song. All right. Pain is the proof of life. Pain lives inside us. Our lives come to an end with pain. Having someone next to you
to share your pain with… reduces your pain… and gives you the courage
to embrace your pain. Recognizing and sharing
someone else’s pain. That is my last prescription
for our pain that stays with us… as long as we live. (Doctor John) (Thank you for watching
Doctor John so far.)