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[Spoiler] "Kill Me, Heal Me" ratings: Ji Sung has multiple personalities because of Hwang Jung-eum

2015/03/05 | 1563 views | Permalink | Source

"Kill Me, Heal Me" ratings dropped even though the reason for Ji Sung's multi personality was revealed.

According to Nielsen Korea, MBC drama "Kill Me, Heal Me" recorded 9.8%. This is 1.7% lower than the previous episode.

Cha Do-hyeon's (Ji Sung) other personality Sin Se-gi (Ji Sung) told Oh Ri-jin (Hwang Jung-eum) about the fire 21 years ago.

Se-gi said, "Cha Joon-yeong (Ji Sung) thought you were dead. He made you one of his personalities because of guilt". Ri-jin said, "So Nana is not a new personality but it's me when I was 7?"

Se-gi said, "Nana has been asleep since then that's why he didn't know about her". Ri-jin almost cried as she realized that Cha Do-hyeon had multi personality because of her.

Meanwhile, KBS "Unkind Women" rated 11.5% and SBS "Hyde, Jekyll and I" rated 4.7%.

Source : stoo.asiae.co.kr/news...

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