Kill Me Heal Me

Kill Me Heal Me

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Channel: MBC

Status: Completed

Released: 2015

Plot Summary:

A rich heir suffers from dissociative identity disorder, and enlists the help of a first-year medical resident to heal him by killing off each personality one by one.

Articles for "Kill Me Heal Me"

  • Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 20 (Final)

    This long denouement is an answer to the difficult and painful truths we’ve had to deal with so far. It’s an episode full of substance, and takes its time to craft a fitting send-off to the characters we’ve grown to love, as well as the ones we decidedly didn’t.

  • Kolorful Palette: Split [Kill Me, Heal Me]

    I’m a huge Ji Sung fan, so I’m surprised I didn’t watch Kill Me, Heal Me earlier. I think what I love about him is that he always gives layered performances and is able to convincingly switch between moods and tones at the blink of an eye without us even noticing the sudden transitions. I remember in Protect the Boss he had me in hysterics one moment and practically weeping the next (I’ve been a fan ever since). I can’t imagine much better casting for a character with multiple personalities in a drama that has both comedic and melo elements.

  • [K-Drama Review] Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

    I finally knew what is the meaning behind “Don’t judge book by its cover” saying after watched this drama. I have no intention to fall deeply for Kill Me, Heal Me. In fact, I’m planning to skip this drama and focus on Hyde, Jekyll, and Me, which premiered only few weeks after KMHM aired. However, I find myself hooked on Kill Me, Heal Me after just watched its first episode.