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[Spoiler] 'Kill Me, Heal Me' Ji Sung and Hwang Jung-eum put puzzles together from past

2015/02/19 | 1109 views | Permalink | Source

Ji Sung and Hwang Jung-eum recovered their memories.

On the February 19th episode of MBC, 'Kill Me, Heal Me', Ri-jin (Hwang Jung-eum) was kidnapped.

Hwa-ran (Shim Hye-jin) found out that Min Seo-heyon, who was Do-heyon's mother based on the family registrar, had a daughter and the daughter was Ri-jin. Hwa-ran hired someone to kidnap Ri-jin.

Do-hyeon (Ji Sung) went out to rescue Ri-jin and figured out she was confined in Hwa-ran's vacation house. Do-hyeon got into a fight with some thugs in front of the vacation house. During the fight, Shin Se-gi was about to come out to the surface and Do-hyeon said, "Let it be my fight. I'll take care of it", while he was struggling with himself in another personality.

When Do-hyeon was going through the struggle, the thugs hit him with a club on the head. With the strike on his head, all of his dormant past memories emerged. He remembered the little girl who had been being abused in the basement was Ri-jin. At the same time, Ri-jin could recall all of her memories from the past while she was hazy out of shock when being kidnapped.

Ri-jin unconsciously shouted, "Don't go" and Do-hyeon heard her voice as if it were a hallucination. .

'Kill Me, Heal Me' is a romantic comedy drama depicting love story between a third generation chaebol, who suffers from multiple personality disorder, and his secret personal physician, who is a fist year resident doctor.

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