Coma

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  • TV-14
  • 2012
  • 1 Season
  • 5.9  (2,111)

The TV series named Coma came out in South Korea, and so you will have to get subtitles if you do not understand the Korean language. When the show came out one DVD, you could purchase it in one of the following language subtitles: English, Chinese, and Japanese. Even though the actors speak in Korean, you can also purchase it with Korean titles. This is a good option for a deaf person as they can see the words on the screen. This is a good movie for people who want to know more about the Korean culture as you learn about it throughout the show. A majority of the show has been produced in Korea, and so you get to see the best of Korea throughout the series. It was produced in a five-part series, and it was co-produced by two South Korean firms. The two firms were: OCN and SIO Film. The basic idea of the horror-mystery movie is that it takes place in a hospital, but the hospital has been shut down because the staff did not have good practices with the patients. In the show, you see basic ways to treat various head injuries as the show is focused on medicine. The main cast of the show are: Gong Su-chang, Im Won-hee, Lee Jung-heon, Lee Se-eun, Lee Young-jin, and Myung Ji-yeon. All of the actors in the televison show have done a good job. They are Korean-born actors who are becoming more and more well-known as the show becomes more popular. The director of the film is Linda Garmon, and the executive producers of the film are: Paula S Apsell, Melanie Wallace, Beth Hoppe, Linda Garmon, Paula S Apsell Melanie Wallaces, and Beth Hoppe.One of its mainly honors is that it was shown at 7th Jeonju International Film Festival in 2006. This is just one of the mainly awards that are apart of the show.

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Part 2
2. Part 2
September 4, 2012
Part 2 of 2. The retelling of Robin Cook's novel about a young medical student who becomes skeptical about what is going on at her hospital after healthy patients are falling into comas.
Part 1
1. Part 1
September 3, 2012
Part 1 of 2. The retelling of Robin Cook's novel about a young medical student who becomes skeptical about what is going on at her hospital after healthy patients are falling into comas.
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The TV series named Coma came out in South Korea, and so you will have to get subtitles if you do not understand the Korean language. When the show came out one DVD, you could purchase it in one of the following language subtitles: English, Chinese, and Japanese. Even though the actors speak in Korean, you can also purchase it with Korean titles. This is a good option for a deaf person as they can see the words on the screen. This is a good movie for people who want to know more about the Korean culture as you learn about it throughout the show.

A majority of the show has been produced in Korea, and so you get to see the best of Korea throughout the series. It was produced in a five-part series, and it was co-produced by two South Korean firms. The two firms were: OCN and SIO Film. The basic idea of the horror-mystery movie is that it takes place in a hospital, but the hospital has been shut down because the staff did not have good practices with the patients. In the show, you see basic ways to treat various head injuries as the show is focused on medicine. The main cast of the show are: Gong Su-chang, Im Won-hee, Lee Jung-heon, Lee Se-eun, Lee Young-jin, and Myung Ji-yeon. All of the actors in the televison show have done a good job.

They are Korean-born actors who are becoming more and more well-known as the show becomes more popular. The director of the film is Linda Garmon, and the executive producers of the film are: Paula S Apsell, Melanie Wallace, Beth Hoppe, Linda Garmon, Paula S Apsell Melanie Wallaces, and Beth Hoppe.One of its mainly honors is that it was shown at 7th Jeonju International Film Festival in 2006. This is just one of the mainly awards that are apart of the show.

Coma is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (2 episodes). The series first aired on September 3, 2012.

Where to Watch Coma

Coma is available for streaming on the A&E website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Coma on demand at Amazon.

  • Premiere Date
    September 3, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    5.9  (2,111)