Dr. Song, the youngest professor at the leading College of Medicine in Korea, was a royal brat of a princess in her previous life. But just as she’s about to meet an untimely death over the ocean, she wakes up as Princess Elise once again?! Enlightened with the medical knowledge of a master surgeon, is this her chance to mend her past relationships and heal an ailing empire, or is fate sealed to repeat itself?
MEDICAL YES, IT IS MEDICAL + REINCARNATION + STRONG FEMALE LEAD + REALLY NICE ARTWORK + UNDERSTANDABLE KINGDOM POLITICS = GOOD MANGA Medical mangas especially colored are rare... with the whole reincarnation thing being in fashion (so many mangas are all about reincarnation), this one falls prey to the trend... But it is not bad... one where the female lead just wants to be herself but not exposing that she is actually a surgeon in the modern era... And being the prince's fiancé, is also something she doesn't wanna be (GO GIRL) cause she would be more or less imprisoned in a wedding With nice artwork, good plot line - the manga seems promising! Worth a read!!
There are several of these types of stories, where a character has knowledge from our world/timeline which they bring with them when they're transported to another world/timeline. A lot of times, these stories can rub me the wrong way, like the characters are strutting and indulging in being treated like innovators even though they're not actually innovating anything. But in this story, the plot was written well enough so Elise has actual motivation for why she must show off her advanced medical skills. In fact, she feels a bit awkward about standing out so much, but does it because she finds it necessary. As such, it's much more engaging watching her constantly exceed peoples' expectations and pull off miraculous feats. I'm constantly left wondering what will happen next. Can she be both the future empress as well as a doctor, or must she choose one path? And how can she choose one when she's so well suited for both? And will she find romance along the way? All will be answered I'm sure as we continue to watch her steal a nation's heart. [Reviewed at chapter 60]
Story Elise learns that she was a spoiled brat in her previous life so when she finally returns, she decides to change She shares her advanced knowledge of medical conditions, cures, and surgeries (etc.). Naturally, we witness her completing a surgery and surprising everyone. Then it becomes repetitive. Yes, its about a doctors life so naturally it should be about that kind of stuff but the story loses its spark. Eventually, it becomes bland, but the I was very absorbed in the story up to about chapter 35+, so I don't exactly hate it. Characters The prince is fine. My only problem is the female lead, Elise. Yes, she's beautiful and brilliant, blah, blah ,blah. Her unawareness to the Prince's affection is fine, you don't pay it too much attention AT FIRST. But when it becomes OH SO CLEAR you realize she's just dense. Art The art is beautiful, although I think the male characters are more well drawn than the females. Overall The story is calming, refreshing, but as I said before, it gets bland. I suppose since I like to see a little more action and don't really enjoy doctor stories that made me drop it. Good story. But I can't really grasp what went wrong.
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