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[Spoiler] 'Kill Me, Heal Me' Ji Sung and Hwang Jung-eum begin treatment on personality integration

2015/03/11 | 871 views | Permalink | Source

On the 19th episode of MBC drama 'Kill Me, Heal Me', Oh Ri-jin (Hwang Jung-eum) started personality integration treatment on Cha Do-hyeon (Ji Sung).

Seok Ho-pil (Ko Chang-seok) told Cha Do-hyeon and Oh Ri-jin, who recovered most of their memories from the past, "If you're started on the personality integration treatment, there will be a ray of hope to appear". Seok Ho-pil mentioned about hypnosis and amytal interview as a way to apply personality integration treatment. However, Cha Do-hyeon and Oh Ri-jin said they would try something else together by themselves.

Cha Do-hyeon and Oh Ri-jin shared their happy memories from their childhood.

The bear plush doll, Na-na was a gift from Oh Ri-jin's deceased father. Oh Ri-jin said about her father, "Can't remember anything. He died before I was born. My mother told me she would tell me about him, but she passed away".

Cha Do-hyeon told Oh Ri-jin, "I remembered what we should do. Let's go and console ourselves from childhood" and then the wo enjoyed a date in a playground.

The two saw themselves from childhood smiling brightly and waved hands to them smiling brightly as well.

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