Actors become renowned for many reasons but for most actors it's that one role, that one film, that one thing they did, that one time, that sticks to them for the remainder of their career and while those things aren't always good, this next Oppa has certainly found a way to be better. After wrapping …
Unnichan: It’s been nearly three weeks since we’ve spoken about this drama and I think it’s safe to say that I absolutely love this show! I liked it from day one but I’m so caught up at the moment that I might claim a spot in my 2015 Top 5 by the time it is …
As promised, Ekun and I are back with another mental health drama discussion. With our opinion of Hyde, Jekyll and Me fairly placid, our intake of its competitor is the complete opposite. Comparisons are drawn immediately due to their premise and prognosis, but you won’t find any of that in this post. For now, we seek only to share our thoughts and impression of the highly popular and outrageously addicting Kill Me, Heal Me.
Kill Me, Heal Me is on the top of the list of things that will kill me… if not my obsession with Bacon! There are so many different things that I love about this show… though it is already 6 episodes in, and we are in week 4 (episodes 7-8), I had to call on Unnichan to share in my fangirling, thinking, and rants about the show. Is anyone else out there totally obsessed with
Shin Se Gi the show? Let’s all discuss:
Synopsis in the brief:
Do Hyun (Ji Sung) has dissociative identity disorder aka DID… you can imagine how this can cause him a lot of problems.
Oh Ri Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) is a doctor, specifically a psychiatrist, who seems to have a past with Do Hyun– along with her “twin brother” Oh Ri On (Park Seo Joon).
When Do Hyun’s aggressive personality, Shin Se Gi, puts…
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