- Title: 닥터 진 / Dak-teo Jin / Dr. Jin
- Also known as: 타임슬립 닥터 진 / Time Slip Dr. Jin
- Genre: Period, medical, time travel, romance, fantasy
- Episodes: 22
- Broadcast network: MBC
- Broadcast period: 2012-May-26 to 2012-Aug-12
- Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:50
- Related TV show: JIN (TBS, 2009), JIN 2 (TBS, 2011)
Jin Hyuk is a genius neurosurgeon with a cold and severe attitude in his interactions with other people due to his personal pursuit of perfection. Through a mysterious power, Jin Hyuk finds himself transported back in time 150 years. He begins treating people there, but the lack of necessary implements and rudimentary medical knowledge of the period forces him to seek new ways to aid the sick. Through this challenging process, Jin Hyuk eventually becomes a genuine doctor.
- Song Seung Hun as Jin Hyuk
- Park Min Young as Yoo Mi Na / Hong Young Rae
- Kim Jae Joong as Kim Kyung Tak
- Lee Bum Soo as Lee Ha Eung
- Lee So Yeon as Choon Hong
- Jin Yi Han as Hong Young Hwi
- Kim Eung Soo as Kim Byung Hee
- Kim Hye Ok as Young Rae's mother
- Kim Il Woo as Yoo Hong Pil
- Jung Eun Pyo as Heo Gwang
- Lee Seung Joon (이승준) as Kwon Ik Joo
- Lee Won Jong as Joo Pal
- Kim Kwang Sik as Kkae Bok
- Kim Myung Soo as Kim Dae Gyun
- Kim Byung Choon as Kim Byung Ok
- Producer: Kim Hyun Woo (김현우)
- Director: Han Hee
- Original writing: Manga Jin by Motoka Murakami
- Screenwriter: Han Ji Hoon (한지훈), Jun Hyun Jin
- 2012 MBC Drama Awards: New Actor Award (Kim Jae Joong)
- The drama is based on the Japanese seinen manga "Jin" by Motoka Murakami, which was published by Shueisha from 2000 to 2010.
- This Korean series is the third television drama adaptation of the manga following the Japanese television drama JIN, starring Osawa Takao which aired on TBS in 2009 and its sequel in 2011.
- Revamped with Korean sentiment, the setting was changed from the original's Edo period to the Joseon Dynasty, and real-life Japanese historical figure Sakamoto Ryoma was replaced with Joseon political figure Lee Ha Eung (Heungseon Daewongun).