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Kill Me, Heal Me 

Kilmi, hilmi (original title)
A love story between the son from a wealthy family who has 7 personalities Cha Do Hyun (Ji Sung) and Oh Ri Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) who becomes his secret psychiatrist.




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Series cast summary:
Seong Ji ...  Cha Do-Hyun 20 episodes, 2015
Jeong-eum Hwang ...  Oh Ri-Jin 20 episodes, 2015
Shim Hye-jin ...  Shin Hwa-Ran 20 episodes, 2015
Hee-jung Kim ...  Ji Soon-Young 20 episodes, 2015
Il-Woo Kim Il-Woo Kim ...  Cha Young-Pyo 20 episodes, 2015
Na-woon Kim Na-woon Kim ...  Yoon Ja-Kyoung 20 episodes, 2015
Yeong-ae Kim ...  Seo Tae-Im 20 episodes, 2015
Yoo-Ri Kim ...  Han Chae-Yeon 20 episodes, 2015
Chang-Seok Ko ...  Seok Ho-Pil 20 episodes, 2015
Min-Seok Oh Min-Seok Oh ...  Cha Ki-Joon 20 episodes, 2015
Jun Gyu Park ...  Oh Dae-O 20 episodes, 2015
Park Seo-Joon ...  Oh Ri-On 20 episodes, 2015
Choi Wonyoung ...  An Gook 20 episodes, 2015


A love story between the son from a wealthy family who has 7 personalities Cha Do Hyun (Ji Sung) and Oh Ri Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) who becomes his secret psychiatrist.

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Seung-Ki Lee and Ji-yeon Lim was originally cast for the role but declined due to scheduling conflicts. See more »

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Perfect, before I hear an interview of DID patient
11 November 2018 | by madbird-61243See all my reviews

To me, this drama is perfect, in the entertainment point of view. Jisung is at his height, in turn of his outlook and acting skills. So smart in his suit as a wealthy third generation of a great family. Female lead is equally terrific, acting as a always pleasant and witty doctor.

Needless to say, the plot excel among all other kdramas, portraying Jisung as a DID patient with 7 personalities. One of his identities as a girl is impressive, with him wearing pink dress running around the street.

In turn if we judge from medical point of view I think female lead is quite professional as a psychiatry. I like her way of treating different identities as friends to help Jisung, and give them each a gift before they are leaving.

Not until I hear an interview of an actual DID patient in my place. He is discontented with many of the movies and dramas which usually portray their identities as harmful and aggressive. In fact, according to him, that is not the case in real.

This is my only negative comment to kmhm. Otherwise in entertaining aspect, it is beyond doubt a perfect drama.

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7 January 2015 (South Korea) See more »

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