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[Spoiler] 'Kill Me, Heal Me' Ji Sung meets Hwang Jung-eum as patient

2015/01/14 | 795 views | Permalink | Source

Ji Sung started trusting Hwang Jung-eum.

On the third episode of MBC drama, 'Kill Me, Heal Me", Cha Do-hyeon (Ji Sung) started to discuss on selecting a secret personal psychiatrist for himself, assisted by Seok Ho-pil (Ko Chang-seok). Oh Ri-jin (Hwang Jung-eum).

Do-hyeon found out that Ri-jin was not a patient but actually a doctor when Seok Ho-pil recommended Ri-jin. Do-hyeon became skeptical by the fact that his another personality, Shin Se-gi first met Oh Ri-jin. He asked himself, " Was Shin Se-gi trying to choose Oh Ri-jin because Shin Se-gi wanted to make me dormant?"

At the same time, Ri-jin was learning from Dr. Seok about how the multiple personality symptoms struck Cha Do-hyeon due to an accident in the past and he lost his memory about one year of his past, which made it impossible to track down the cause. Oh Ri-jin felt sorry when she heard that he had been enduring the pain alone for the last 11 years without informing his family.

The two again met each other like a destiny. Do-hyeon said, "So you were actually a doctor", and Ri-jin said "So you were not Shin Se-gi".

Do-hyeon asked "Did you see me changing? Were you afraid of me?" Ri-jin responded saying, "I'm not quite sure yet who you are now. Excuse me but who are you?", which made Cha Do-hyeon smile. Do-hyeon answered, "It's me Cha Do-hyeon when I have these eyes on this face".

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