Blood episode 5 recap Korean drama

Blood-recap kdrama,  Ji Sang Park, Ahn Jae hyun

Blood 블러드 episode 5

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When Dr. Park and Director Wook enter the surgery room at the same time, it is a shock to Director Wook who was sure that Dr. Park would choose to face off with the vampires in order to discover who killed his mother over performing the surgery. However, when the police arrived to break up the scuffle, the vampires escaped, and Ji Sang knocked out the police and managed to get back to perform the liver transplant. With the timing so close and the surgical team on edge, Dr. Yoo demands an explanation after the surgery.  Director Wook steps out and watches from the observation gallery. Although Dr. Park completes the surgery, there are moments when contact with blood affect him and he gets a bit woozy. Dr. Yoo notices his slight wavering.

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It’s after midnight, and vampire queen Suh Hye Ri wastes no time doing her dirty work. As the head of the New Drug and Research Team, she bypasses the nurse’s questions, enters a patient’s room in Ward 21A, and injects something into the IV drip. Right now, I am the most wary and afraid of her. Who is she, where did she come from, and how long has she been working for Dr. Wook?

Dr. Park meets the son of the liver transplant patient who thanks him for saving his mother. Dr. Park tells him not to be afraid and to be strong, no matter what. Director Wook meets up with Dr. Park and comments that the surgery was a close call, as if he had nothing to do with it. Dr. Park replies that it was a personal matter and it won’t happen again. Director Wook says he will let it go. However, Dr. Yoo expects Dr. Park to at least apologize for putting a patient in danger, but he brushes her off. She tells him she is disillusioned by him and that it is not just that they don’t get along.

Director Wook and the leader of the vampire pack have a serious discussion about what to do with Ji Sang. Director Wook seems shaken by Ji Sang’s strength and determination and considers him strong opposition to their cause, just as his parents were. It seems Director Wook is surprised at himself for underestimating Ji Sang and may be ready to do him in by letting the leader sic his pack on him. Plus, he cryptically adds, everything you see is not all there is.

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Hyun Woo calls Ji Sang with some amazing lab results to report. His antibodies have become stronger and he is not affected by toxic substances (found in the syringe contents he was injected with). Conclusion: nothing can kill him. Ji Sang sullenly comments that becoming the strongest of the infected ones only means that becoming a human is even harder now.  Hyun Woo realizes the sad dilemma his friend is in.

Flashback to the deer incident: Ji Sang cries out to his mother that he will never become human. He can never see the sun at dawn, his body temperature is 25 degrees Celsius, he takes medicine to control his urge for blood, and he wants to rip everything apart. His mother tries to comfort him and says these are all challenges, but he can overcome them to become a  human. Ji Sang angrily pushes her away. Mother realizes her son is at a breaking point. (Her comment that he didn’t kill a human strikes me as an important distinction as an infected one to keep in mind.)

As Dr. Yoo gets ready for work, there is a news report of the police attack from the previous day. The attacker catches her eye and she curiously studies his back profile. At the breakfast table, Ji Sang and Hyun Woo watch the same news on LUUVY’s screen. Ji Sang asks if the medicine he is taking, Atisan, is the highest dose. Hyun Woo says it is, and is surprised that Ji Sang has already gone through his latest supply. Ji Sang uses the excuse that he has been doing more surgeries lately. But, in fact, the medicine’s effect is lessening, although Ji Sang does not mention this to Hyun Woo.

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Assistant Director Choi meets with the two surgery teams to assign them patients including those in Ward 21A. Immediately, Dr. Yoo and his team meet with Director Wook and decline treating patients in Ward 21A. (It is volunteer work, and Dr. Yoo says their regular workload keeps them more than busy.) Dr. Wook excludes them from treating Ward 21A patients, but they feel awkward when he adds that Dr. Park already agreed to the additional altruistic work load.

Dr. Yoo runs the coincidences surrounding Dr. Park past her friend. She suspects he is the one who attacked the police from the news report footage, added to the fact that it coincides with his mysterious disappearance right before the surgery, his sudden reappearance, and his vague excuses. Her friend suggests they both need a vacation, and as they playfully shuffle down the hall past Dr. Park, her friend calls her name, Yoo Chae Yeon. When he hears the name, he stops, as if it rings familiar.

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Flashback: Lee Jae Wook argues with a doctor (the fourth person in the old photograph with Ji Sang’s parents). “We’re doctors,” he says to Lee Jae Wook. They have different views about the direction their experiments should take.  When the doctor tells Jae Wook that the means do not justify the end and more people cannot die, Lee Jae Wook asks, “Why can’t I become a god?” The doctor tells him that he can no longer his mentor and that he will cut him off. The data and samples will no longer be shared with him. After all, he continues, Hyun Seo and Sung Young (Ji Sang’s parents) share his thoughts. In a gory display of vampire anger, he strangles the doctor as he reveals that he has already stolen the samples and has injected them in his own body. We now know that of the four infected people who started out working on antidotes, the evil Lee Jae Wook killed the other three and is the lone survivor.

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Uncle Chairman attends the official ward opening ceremony. It is a quiet affair according to his request, without reporters or fanfare. When Assistant Director Choi comments to Dr. Yoo that Dr. Park is nowhere to be seen, she acts as if she could not care less. Meanwhile, Dr. Park meets with a patient in Ward 21A and lends an ear as they both know there is little hope for his situation.

What’s up, Dr. Jung? Who are you and how are you connected with the vampire saga? He looks at an old photograph. Is it of him and his parents when he was a boy? The male in the photograph is none other than the mentor who Jae Lee Wook killed. So, whose side are you on, Dr. Jung? He is difficult to read. Assistant Director Choi stops in for further discussion on whether he might consider helping her out, but it’s still a “no.”

Dr. Yoo sits the beside of Sister Sylvia who says she knows by the look in her eyes that she doesn’t have much time left. Enter Dr. Park. He interjects that being unwell does not mean that she is going to die, and to tell God to wait a little longer. When Dr. Yoo asks why he offered a word of comfort to Sister Sylvia, he tells her it is repayment for covering for him when she said he was drunk (and not sick in ER). He asks why she lied for him. She tells him she felt sorry for him for being sick and not being able to tell anyone. He asks if she thinks he really is sick. She says knows he’s sick, after all she’s doctor, but where and how she is not sure.

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The high level of surveillance security in Ward 21A catches Dr. Park’s attention. As queen vampire Suh Rye Hi leaves a patient’s room with blood samples she is stopped by Dr. Yoo and questioned. Leader Suh coolly replies that the chairman and the director have permitted it and that she doesn’t need to answer to Dr. Yoo. Assistant Director Choi steps in and tells Leader Suh to apologize to Dr. Yoo. She does so, reluctantly. Dr. Yoo pulls her uncle aside and inquires about the New Drug Team and their easy access to patients. He assures her that Director Wook has it all under control and that it is a good thing all around for the hospital. For the first time, Dr. Yoo refers to Assistant Director Choi as Aunt Kyung In.

During examinations in Ward 21A, Dr. Park notices infected marks on one of the patient’s arms. He brings a picture to Dr. Jung who is a blood specialist. Dr. Jung agrees to take a look at the patient. After Dr Park leaves, Dr. Jung pulls out pictures from the Kochenia gravesite – the same pictures of skeleton remains from the Taemin hospital database that were deleted. He has his own agenda, but it is uncertain what that might be. One of the patients has a bad reaction/alcohol withdrawal and rifles through a medical supplies closet for alcohol. Dr. Yoo grabs a bottle isopropyl alcohol from him and two guards restrain him, thus avoiding an incident.

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On his rounds, Dr. Park is alarmed at a reaction he has to seeing blood and dashes to the restroom. The frequency is increasing and his ability to control himself is lessening. He takes another pill. At home, Hyun Woo is upset at what Ji Sang suggests. Ji Sang wants to revisit the VTH-16 project which was an experiment they had agreed to scrap. The experiment had indeed killed the virus cells, but ended up also killing normal cells as well. Out of desperation, Ji Sang suggests they pick up the project and research why the normal cells were killed. Hyun Woo reminds him that when the virus cells die with the serum, it is true that Ji Sang would be virus-free and be human. However, within two days all the normal cells are killed at which point Ji Sang would die. Ji Sang replies, “Even if we fail, I will die as a human being.” Hyun Woo is upset at the very suggestion of reopening the experiment.

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In his dark sitting room, Lee Jae Wook injects himself with something powerful that makes him reel in agony and scream as he transforms into a vampire. At that very moment, Ji Sang stares at his reflection in the mirror and shatters it with his fist. Hyun Woo sees the broken mirror and knows Ji Sung is losing control.

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Dr. Jung stops in to see the patient with the infected arm, but the marks have disappeared. The patient tells him a pretty woman took 7-8 vials of blood. Dr. Jung reports the findings to Dr. Park and they agree the wounds could not possibly have headed so quickly. Just then, someone enters with a rack of vials of blood and trips, breaking the glass and spilling blood everywhere. Dr. Park is startled at his reaction to the blood and rushes out of the office. In the hall, the same patient is looking for alcohol and threatening the staff with a weapon-like rod. Dr. Yoo tries to calm him. He is frantic and having hallucinations from what they assume is alcohol withdrawal. Dr. Park tells him that he will give him alcohol if he puts down the weapon and comes with him. Just then a nurse reaches for a syringe to sedate him, when the patient goes berserk and grabs a scalpel. In the mayhem, the patient slices Dr. Park’s cheek and blood drips everywhere. Dr. Yoo reaches to help an unstable Dr. Park, but she sees something strange: his wound begins to heal.


  • All I know is that everyone, and I mean everyone,  in the  hospital has an agenda.
  • It seems as if Park Ji Sang and Dr. Jung might end up being on the same side, even if they don’t know that yet.
  • Speculation: I wonder if Dr. Kim’s father was the fourth doctor in the picture and the mentor who Lee Jae Wook killed. It could be that Dr. Jung was never infected by the VT-01 virus if he was born before his father was infected. So he would be the opposite of Ji Sang Park. Dr. Kim’s father and Ji Sang’s parents may have worked together for the good of creating an antidote. One son was not infected (born before his father was infected); one son was infected (when he was born of two infected parents).
  • I wish this episode would have moved the story ahead a little faster. There were a couple of belabored points: 1) Dr. Park is increasingly affected by the sight of blood, and 2) Dr. Park does not seem to suspect Dr. Wook, at least not as much as he should at this point.
  • Dr. Park exhibits moments of tender interaction with patients more and more: he listens to the patient who want to hang on for the sake of his daughter; he comforts Sister Sylvia; he gives courage to the son of the liver transplant patient; he reaches out to the patient who hallucinates,
  • The portrayal of the patients in Ward 21A (the free clinic) is offensive in stereotyping poor/needy persons as ignorant and dirty. The head nurse addressed this when she told the staff who made negative comments that they were prejudice, but it is an oversimplified portrayal.
  • Thank goodness for the inkling of civility between Dr. Park and Dr. Yoo when he covered for her (spared Sister Sylvia the heavy truth of her illness) because she covered for him.
  • Assistant Director Choi is Ri Ta Yoo’s aunt, but not the wife of Uncle Chairman Yoo. So, how are they related, then? I am glad the two women are suspicious of Dr. Wook and are on Uncle Chairman’s case to be less trusting. Either Uncle Chairman’s hands are tied, or he is still hopelessly trusting that Dr. Wook is busy finding a cure for whatever ails him.
  • I love that Hyun Woo watches out and cares for his friend. It tears him apart the Ji Sang is so desperate to want to reopen the experiment that will only lead to his death.
  • LUUVY is underutilized. More, please.

22 thoughts on “Blood episode 5 recap Korean drama

  1. Cool – loved the fast recap. Thank you Cimi.
    Yes all have agenda in the hospital except for Rita – she is more obsessed with Dr Park hahaha. So one should point out that to her in the show.
    So far it appears that Dr Kim is not on evil team side ….
    I hope Rita and Dr Park do something more…are they the OTP or not? I am getting tired of their slow and cold banter. What is the writer doing? Is kissing scene ever going to happen ?
    Yes we dun wan the nicest vampire to die.. So let’s hope it won’t happen in Blood.


    • Hi Shuerei,
      OTP, hmmm, that is an interesting question. I wonder if the writers assume we will stick with that premise even though there hasn’t been an inkling of interest, let alone romance. They are going to have to convince me pretty hard about any romance being real, unless our main characters have major surgery on their personalities. The story line I am most interested in is the skeletons in the Kochenia gravesite. I am a little bored with all the attention going to the cooperation between hospital and new drug center.


    • The sparks are already there between the OTP, Dr Yoo’s preoccupation with Dr Park and Dr Park owning up to the fact that Dr Yoo covered for him and hence he was nicer to Sister Sylvia. We just have to wait for the sparks to be light up big time.

      Oh gosh, that bit where Dr Park said he would rather have the deadly experiment reopen…..i have a bad premonition about that bit.


  2. I concur. The drug research is taking up too much time. You are right. It would be great for them to explore the origin of the virus. It’s a rather original premise which the writers should focus on. The romance department is lacking – but I hope things will speed… In shows like Healer, do people really care about the Elder/crimes… It’s the OTP we love.
    Major surgery on their personalities? Well, PJS is love-phobic and Rita is fixated on her superboy-love (evident from previous episode – her bar encounter with her colleague). I wonder if PJS ever liked the girl he saved….


    • Good point about Healer, the Elder/crimes by the end, pfft , who gave even a tiny hoot? By then, it was OTP all the way. Blood really must pick up the pace in that department and do it convincingly. I’m not gonna hold my breath, but go ahead and surprise me, drama!
      About the girl he saved, I semi-speculated that Min Ga Yeon could be her, but I don’t see the numbers adding up for that. Who is she, anyhoot? Her appearance and timing are certainly planned by someone, but I don’t see a connection yet between her and our evil antagonist. At least not yet.
      As I lay awake last night too hyper to sleep, I went back to the forest incident. Uncle Chairman sent the parents and daughter on the trip, but were they just unfortunate victims of Lee Jae Wook’s plan when he siced the vampires and wolves on Cha Yeon and separated her from her parents? Or was he in on that whole event? I have to think he wasn’t because he raised RiTa. They must have been reunited as uncle/niece after she was sent to the orphanage and he found out her parents were … what, killed? taken away? used for experiments? Okay, so this is another whole tangent that has not been addressed. But then, why did the writer make a point that the uncle sent them on the trip in the first place…Not to mention that we don’t know why Uncle Chairman and Lee Jae Wook are connected in the first place. This is a big hole that needs to be filled.


  3. I really liked the way you did your recaps for the episodes of Blood… To be honest, I came upon three sites/blogs that made recaps for Blood and none of them did a decent one. So glad I stumbled over you… 😀 Good job, keep up the good work and thank you for making my day…
    Well… I love Blood, and loving it more and more after each episode. And that’s not only because Ahn Jae Hyun is an absolute eye candy, but also because of the plot.
    The thing about Blood making me more and more curious is that it reveals far too little information. In this episode, it reveals a bit of this; in the next, it spills a little more detail about another thing. I don’t know about others but I like the way they drag the details… The mystery grabbed my heart.
    Things that I am sooo eager to find out are the following. 1. How did Hyun Woo and Ji Sang met? I mean, they’re totally close. Hyun Woo embraces Ji Sang’s whole being and doesn’t seem to care that he’s a dangerous vampire and even aids him in finding a cure for Ji Sang to be human by being his personal researcher. He’s a dongsaeng, a friend and family to Ji Sang. How long is it exactly since they met? Curiouser and curiouser. 2. I agree that the thing about Chae Yeon’s parents is still very vague. What exactly happened to them? BTW, I already knew since the beginning that Ri Ta is Chae Yeon. Just from a gut feeling and the thing about Chae Yeon’s personality (the scene where she’s talking to her parents and being bratty) made me draw the conclusion. I didn’t care much about Min Ga Yeon, and she can’t be Chae Yeon because of the story (sob story?) that she told at the interview about her Mom dying in Taemin Hospital. 3. Really? Is that professor in the picture infected? He is indeed the mentor of Lee Jae Wook and Ji Sang’s parents. But I didn’t see that that professor is infected… Maybe I missed something. Gotta go rewatch it.
    Ather comments: I think the ‘weapon-like rod’ is a stand that they use for the IV drip. Ji Sang may have lingering feelings towards the girl, Chae Yeon, because it was because of her that he was able to see that he can use his power in saving people. Well, if something like that happens to me, it’ll sure be a memorable experience and it’ll make me think about the other person frequently. To be trothful, I’m not the least bothered about Yoo Ri Ta’s personality. I like her actually. She’s snobby, and arrogant with a knife-like tongue to match. Not many people are fond of her, but I think her character has power. She’s very… ummm… how can I phrase this… human. She’s very human. It’s the truth that people working in the field of medicine develops a ‘know-it-all’ personality, high pride and arrogance because of all the things that they know. (I’m a medical technology student and saw my share of those kinds of people. I even find myself having that sort of personality when I’m really confident at what I’m talking about…) It’s a human’s tendency to develop pride (unusually high in the majority rich and smart people). Ri Ta’s obviously rich and smart but it occurred to me that maybe she sharpened her already bratty attitude to hide the fact that she’s struggling with the sudden absence of her parents. About Lee Jae Wook and the Chairman’s relationship, I do think that it’s a one-sided trust due to the Chairman’s desperation to find a cure for his illness (which I’m guessing is something about nerves and paralysis that is beginning to spread and threaten his life). The Chairman looks pretty blind to me. He doesn’t even check on what the heck Dr. Wook is doing and how he is conducting his ‘experiments’.
    I’m looking forward to all the episodes to come.
    P.S. I enjoyed your recaps a lot! 😀 More power to you, Cimi! Fighting!


    • Hello, and thanks for joining in the Blood discussion. One thing you brought up that has made me think is whether the drama actually said the Doctor mentor who was killed by Jae Lee Wook over the experiments and serums was infected. I can’t recall, but I definitely assumed that was the case. Hmmm, maybe that is something that will be clarified along the way. In bits and pieces, tiny pieces, as you also mentioned. There certainly is a lot going on in this show, and I hope we get satisfactory answers to all of our questions. It is 20 episodes long, so there is plenty of time to do a good job of it and I hope we are not disappointed.

      Thanks for the support, fighting!


  4. Hi cimi,
    Yes the forest incident looks staged.
    The scenario could be accidental but as you said why would they mention being sent there by the uncle chairman.
    He seems to have genuine affection for Rita so it’s hard to pin him down at this point of time.
    Ga Yeon’s appearance at the hospital is too coincidental.
    Her credentials were deemed as rather low for entry into the prestigious hospital and yet she was allowed a final interview. And her pity-me looks fake to me but I might be speculating too much.


  5. Hello landair,
    Glad you echoed same sentiments about Rita – I think GHS played the character pretty well… Rita is outspoken, not particularly ladylike, a little bit full of herself.. at the same time she is awfully vulnerable. In all considerations, she is not unlike Ji Sang. They both appear unapproachable and cold/noisy but it’s all a facade to prevent people from coming close to them. It is truly tragic for the teens to lose both patents – growing up and grieving long.

    I like the way you moderated their wood encounter – from Ji Sang’s perspective – the young girl inspired him and perhaps it’s something more tangible than a crush/love. As much as i would like the romance part to speed up, I respect the way Blood is dealing with this OTP’s romance. There is no love line established at this moment even though they meant a lot to each other through that life changing encounter…..*frus* when is kissy scene gonna happen?


    • “…she is not unlike Ji Sang.” Excellent summary of their similar personalities. The things they don’t like about each other are the very things in themselves they struggle with. Of course, to have lost both parents makes that protective shell necessary to shield the vulnerability. Ri Ta has Uncle (and Sister and Aunt Choi) and Ji Sang has Hyun Woo. But to the rest of the world, they portray their more than capable doctor image that is all work and no play.


    • Hello Shuerei, glad to find someone with the same perspective that I have… True enough, I want speed on the romance part… XD You made me think of something with your ‘kissy scene’ comment… Will it be like Do Min Joon in My Love from Another Star? Can Park Ji Sang remain in a normal condition or will he be like the alien Do Min Joon who faints everytime? Ugh… So, so, so curious… And excited! XD


  6. “The things they don’t like about each other are the very things in themselves they struggle with”
    Let’s see…

    1. He called her Paris Hilton and yet he was reminding the associate Director of requests the moment he stepped into Taemin hospital
    2. He called her weirdo but he felt he wasn’t human
    3. She finds him rude and yet she was stepping all over him (including his glasses)
    4. She gets frustrated/obsessed over him without knowing why and telling herself it’s just clinical stuff…

    You are absolutely right!! Gosh there is no soju drinking outside, no movie talk (ok except Paris Hilton), no recreational game inside the hospital … Our boy has no interests except blood blood blood. And our girl has a new interest: What/Who is Park Ji Sang?


  7. Hi Cimi, this is another Healer couple.
    Hardly any social life apart from one or a few close people.
    I hope more people watch this show coz Ji Jin Hee is really intriguing and I think the OTPs are stepping up in their roles…

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  8. I forgot to mention I like the final scene.
    The scene depicts how Park Ji Sang instinctively saved Rita despite being woozy over the blood scent.
    I think Rita loves “being rescued” and I think she is going to keep PJS for good…


  9. When oh when will the drama flesh out Dr Park and Hyun Woo’s background story??? I am so curious about how, when, where they met etc etc. It’s very convenient for Dr Park to have a genius chemist/hacker/roboticist as a side kick but i love the bromance between them and it would be a shame not to cover their history albeit a little.

    So the plot thickened, the blood expert is into the old research which our vampire director was involved in before so Dr Park may or may not have an ally in him. The vampire director turned villain by his skewed sense of justice and morality and Dr Park becoming more godlike (which is what the Director wanted for himself) but becoming more vulnerable to blood, how ironic.

    Oh cant wait for Dr Park to swoon for Dr Yoo.

    Good job cimi!


    • Hi, JanuaryBlues,
      I am so interested in Ji Sang/Hyun Woo bromance story, too. Well, Dr. Kim seems to be the little kid in the picture with the doctor (who Lee Jae Wook killed) and mom. Taking up his father’s work makes sense. Just like Ji Sang and Hyun Woo have continued with Ji Sang’s mother’s research. The doctor (I guess we can assume he is Dr. Kim, since his son’s name is Kim) and Ji sang’s parents were both killed by Lee Jae Wook for being on the same side and not on LJW’s side, I think we can assume the sons who have carried on in the research could end up being on the same side.


      • It would be interesting to see how Dr Kim and Dr Park partnership develops further. They already have a degree of trust and respect towards each other and like you pointed out, both had their parents murdered by the villain. Dont you just love JJH as the villain vampire, he’s just phenomenal. Cant wait to see how AJH would portray Dr Park’s romantic side. And yes Dr Park and Hyun Woo bromance.

        Just out of curiosity, where do you watch the drama on? I’m watching KBS World. It’s only up to ep 6 this week and I really have to be careful not to read other forums to avoid spoilers of future episodes. Even though i am dying to, hah.

        Also, that liver transplant surgery must be the fastest one done ever lol


      • has subbed episodes. I just recapped 6 and watched 7 (and I am happy to report the story progress made me happy, as I was beginning to feel some drag and hoped it wouldn’t continue that way).


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