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[Spoiler] 'Kill Me, Heal Me' Kim Young-ae is shocked to learn about Ji Sung's multiple personality disorder

2015/02/12 | 771 views | Permalink | Source

On the 12th episode of MBC Wednesday & Thursday drama, 'Kill Me, Heal Me', Seo Tae-im (Kim Young-ae) became deeply shocked after she found out her grandson, Ji Sung had been suffering from multiple personality disorder.

Once Seo Tae-im had noticed Cha Do-hyeon's weird behaviors, she went to see Cha Do-hyeon's personal physician, Seok Ho-pil (Ko Chang-seok). When Seok Ho-pil asked her what brought her there, Seo Tae-im introduced herself, "I'm Cha Do-hyeon's grandmother".

Seok Ho-pil said, "I've been waiting for this moment for a long time until any of Do-hyeon's family members would come to see me one day". Seo Tae-im said, "I'm sorry I don't have much time now. I heard you were his personal physician during the time he was studying in US. What are the problems with my grandson?"

Seok Ho-pil explained, "Well, I'm not quite sure where to start. When someone had an unbearable experience in one's childhood, which caused trauma as a result, then he or she would try to separate the painful memory from his or her own entire memory system. It's called disassociation. When the person creates a new identity, who can deal with the disassociated painful memory, then it's usually called multiple personality". Seo Tae-im was completely shocked to learn all the facts she had just heard.

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