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Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 5

Get ready for a softer side of Se-gi this episode, who appears ready to sacrifice any and all shreds of self-respect in order to woo Ri-jin. Is it really a love triangle if two of the competing males are personalities inhabiting the same body? I have no idea, but I’m willing to put aside questions of geometry and focus instead on the magic that happens any time Ri-jin and Do-hyun get too close. For a guy who’s trying to keep Ri-jin at arm’s length, Do-hyun certainly does seem to run into her a lot—not, of course, that I’d want it any other way.

 
EPISODE 5 RECAP

In the hospital parking lot, Se-gi pulls Ri-jin over to his car, telling her that he doesn’t have much time… “yet.” He baldly states his intention to take over complete control from Do-hyun, and threatens to keep Do-hyun submerged forever if Ri-jin doesn’t come with him.

That brings us to where the last episode left off, with Ri-jin shrieking like a banshee as Se-gi burns rubber down the highway. He tosses her phone and his out the window, saying that anything that interrupts their limited time together is best dispensed with.

Dr. Seok tells Chief Ahn that Se-gi may have kidnapped Ri-jin. They are both worried for her safety, but Chief Ahn also wants to protect his boss’s secrets, so he asks for more time to analyze the situation.

Meanwhile, Se-gi pulls up outside of a hotel, where Ri-jin is understandably a bit freaked. Se-gi asks her to choose between him and Do-hyun—he’s willing to allow her the choice, he says, but she can only have one or the other. He also doesn’t allow her to leave, threatening to kill himself along with Do-hyun if Ri-jin doesn’t go with him into the hotel. “Aren’t you curious,” he asks, leaning in, “what will happen in a place like this?”

Chief Ahn reminds Dr. Seok that Se-gi has never harmed women or children, and then receives a call from the people he has tasked with keeping Do-hyun’s personalities in check. They’ve tracked the car to a hotel. Chief Ahn reminds them that their first priority is Ri-jin’s safety, though they should also take the utmost care not to hurt Do-hyun when they restrain him.

Inside the hotel room, Ri-jin looks on in horror at a stuffed bear, surrounded by festive balloons and ribbons. She’s wonders why the heck he’s presenting her with this, and he replies, “You used to like them. Is this not right?” So he tries again, presenting her with a model train next, and a poster from Beauty and the Beast. At her continued confusion, he wonders, “Is this wrong too?”

Ri-jin asks if he’s trying to be funny, causing Se-gi to ask, “You think this is funny?!” Like it’s a surprise that a grown woman wouldn’t fall for a 7-year-old’s idea of romance. Ri-jin does her best to go with the flow, even clapping along with a maniacal clapping monkey toy to keep Se-gi from feeling offended.

After unveiling the last of his presents (who remembers Ring Pops?!), Se-gi asks Ri-jin once again to choose him over Do-hyun. Ri-jin cracks me up when she says: “You’re both so freaking charming, so give me some time to think it over, all right?” Then he makes a ludicrous hairstyle change to look more like Do-hyun, asking if that will do it for her.

Se-gi pulls her out of the hotel room, leading her to an outdoor clothing vendor, noting that her hospital gown looks cold. He carelessly tosses items around, rejecting them as too thin for the winter chill. Then he looks up at the vendor, who is wearing a jacket with a fur-lined hood: “That looks warm.”

Now wrapped in her snug new jacket, Ri-jin hurries after Se-gi to scold him for threatening the vendor. He retorts that he paid three times market price, which only leads Ri-jin to scold him again for wasting the money that Do-hyun earned. “Don’t you feel sorry?” she asks.

But Se-gi says they each have their different capabilities and that without him, the fragile Do-hyun would already be dead. Ri-jin is quick to apologize, not wanting to antagonize the volatile Se-gi, who warns her not to speak about Do-hyun in front of him again. He reaches towards her, triggering Ri-jin’s Scream Reflex, only to brush the hair away from her eyes and zip up her jacket for maximum warmth.

Se-gi leads Ri-jin to a fake carriage where they can watch a fireworks display. When Ri-jin asks how he knew she liked fireworks, Se-gi replies that she said she wanted to see them a long time ago. Remembering how Do-hyun asked if she had ever met Se-gi before, Ri-jin starts to wonder.

Ri-jin asks if Se-gi liked Winter Sonata, and if she by any chance resembles his deceased first love. “She’s not dead,” Se-gi replies, holding her gaze. “Thankfully.” He goes on to ask her if she can’t “put Do-hyun to sleep,” so they can be together forever. Ri-jin refuses, but Se-gi promises to persuade her.

With fireworks shooting in the background, Se-gi lowers Ri-jin’s hood and leans in ever so slowly to kiss her. Their lips meet, and a single tear rolls down Se-gi’s cheek. Then Se-gi’s neck tattoo fades away, signaling Cha Do-hyun’s return to his body. Well, this is awkward!

Do-hyun runs after Ri-jin to ask what happened. She explains about the fake text Se-gi sent, but that doesn’t explain why she didn’t ignore the text like Do-hyun had asked her to do. “Were you just treating my words like trash?” he demands—only to be cut off when Chief Ahn’s emergency response team tackles him.

Ri-jin reports back to the hospital once she knows Chief Ahn and Do-hyun have everything in hand. She promises to avoid Do-hyun from now on, but Dr. Seok knows it won’t be that simple: Se-gi’s obsession with her might get worse that way. Still, he recommends that she go home for the moment, until they figure out what to do.

In their respective rooms, Ri-jin and Do-hyun both think back to their kiss. “Just who was I kissing?” Ri-jin demands. “And who is my heart pounding for?!” Staring into his mirror at home, Do-hyun raises his hands to his lips in mute wonder.

Do-hyun meets secretly with Dr. Seok. He has figured out that Ri-jin is Se-gi’s first love, since Se-gi has never before confessed to liking anyone. He even suspects that Ri-jin may be the reason for his personality switching (the “origin,” as it were), because most of his recent personality switches happened when she was nearby. Whether that’s true or not, Se-gi is unquestionably growing stronger.

A little later, a mountain of paperwork arrives for Do-hyun from Ki-joon’s secretary. It’s mere busywork, not suited to his level of responsibility, and Do-hyun goes to his cousin’s office to confront him. But Ki-joon responds bluntly that he has no reason to trust Do-hyun: “I look into all my employees, to see if they’re fit enough to perform the tasks I entrust to them… and if they are in the right state of mind to do so.” With such a direct challenge, Do-hyun has no way to reply save to do the work assigned to him.

Ri-jin is plagued by visions of Do-hyun and Se-gi, which disperse at the interjections of her very irritated Dad and Ri-on. They want to know what she’s thinking about that’s made her lose her appetite. In an effort to tempt Ri-jin’s appetite, Mom sends the menfolk out to catch and cook a duck. Dad drags Ri-on out the door, complaining the whole way, to cut some wood for a fire.

Back at home, Do-hyun carefully sorts through the items that Se-gi had prepared for Ri-jin. He cuts up the adorable teddy bear searching for drugs or other contraband, and gives himself a fright with the jack-in-the-box. But it is Ri-jin’s coat that gives him pause, as he remembers waking up to their kiss and feels his heart pounding.

Do-hyun hangs the coat up in the closet, telling himself that it would be a waste to burn it… it’s definitely not because he wants to see her again! Yeah… keep telling yourself that, buddy. Do-hyun closes the closet door, but then we see Perry Park looking back at him from the mirror.

Outside the family restaurant, we see that it’s actually Ri-jin who ends up splitting firewood, while Ri-on messes around with his guitar. Ri-jin needs a drink, and invites Ri-on to walk to the store and buy some liquor. Ri-on badgers her for more details about what happened to her, but Ri-jin insists that it doesn’t matter because there’s no way she’ll see that crazy guy again.

Right on cue, Perry Park pulls up to the family restaurant, though it seems he’s better at sailing than driving. He takes out a business card, which must be how he knew where to find the restaurant in the first place. As he walks towards the entrance, however, he clutches his head in pain. “Already?” he wails. “I wanted to play a bit more!” He collapses to the ground, and Do-hyun is back.

Ri-on and Ri-jin are walking back from the store, carrying the alcohol that they mean to hide from their father. Then they come across Do-hyun’s car, which is shaking in a very suspicious manner.

Ri-on’s face lights up mischievously, and he sneaks over to the car to see who’s inside. Do-hyun is busy changing out of Perry Park’s attire, and he rolls down the window when Ri-on knocks.

Do-hyun and Ri-jin reel back in shock when they recognize each other. But that’s not all: “Perry Park?” Ri-on exclaims. “You’re Perry Park, right?”

Once a bewildered Do-hyun is seated at the family table, Ri-on begins his explanation of how he first became friends with the enigmatic Perry Park. He describes how Perry seemed cool and aloof at first, then took a video of himself as the plane was taking off (this, in case you don’t remember, was Se-gi).

“Such beautiful narcissism!” Ri-on cries. “Now, whenever my heart grows weak, I take a video of myself!” Back on the plane, though, Ri-on woke up to find Perry Park sneaking his bottle of wine.

The two bonded instantly, as we might expect, and Ri-on told Perry to visit the family restaurant if he ever got a chance, to sample the beer of Korea’s best brewmaster (cue adorable secret handshake between Ri-on and Dad).

After hearing that, Dad sends Ri-jin to the cellar to bring up a special brew, while Ri-on steps out to take a call from his editor. Mom asks more about Do-hyun’s past in America (though they think he’s Perry), and then Do-hyun gets a text from Ri-jin telling him to meet her outside. Dad’s a step ahead of her and lets Do-hyun go outside, but insists on holding on to his cell phones.

Ri-jin brings Do-hyun to the cellar where they can talk, wedging a piece of wood to keep the door from closing all the way. She thinks that Ri-on doesn’t know about Do-hyun’s disease, even though he’s met some of his personalities.

Ri-jin then asks if Do-hyun really came to visit her brother, or if he came to see her. Do-hyun retorts that it was Perry Park, and that he didn’t even know where she lived. Do-hyun removes the wood to close the door, not knowing that the door only opens from the outside. Great… now the guy with traumatic memories of being locked in a cellar is locked in a cellar.

In the restaurant, Mom and Dad talk about Do-hyun, and whether he’s good for Ri-jin. Dad admits to taking the cell phone so he could snoop a bit, while Mom says that Do-hyun looks like a nice boy with good manners.

Do-hyun’s mother comes back to her house to find Grandma Seo waiting for her. They trade barbed words, building on their previous argument when Do-hyun’s mother threatened to tell a secret that would destroy the chairwoman. This time, Grandma Seo warns her that the secret she knows isn’t a way to help her son, but a knife poised at his throat. That seems to unsettle Do-hyun’s mother, although Grandma Seo is far from composed herself.

Ki-joon’s mother talks to her husband about the rumor Do-hyun’s mother hinted at, wondering what it could be. Ki-joon’s father wonders if it has anything to do with the rumor about a hidden child. There’s a brief but complicated bit of backstory here, which I’ll try to keep to the essentials.

Do-hyun’s father was married to a woman named Min Seo-yeon, who was favored by Do-hyun’s grandfather so much that she was appointed president instead of the son with the blood claim. We learn that Do-hyun’s father once left the house after a quarrel with Grandpa, and Seo-yeon went to America. She was persuaded back by Grandpa, and may have returned with a child in tow. She and Grandpa later died in the car crash. Ki-joon’s father speculates that the house fire may have been used as a cover-up, swapping out the servants who might have known about the child. Following along? Good.

As Ki-joon’s father talks about the possibility of a hidden child, the camera cuts significantly to Ri-on working in his basement office. He sends a draft of his latest novel to his editor, then calls to say that he will be returning to an old idea for a novel that he had abandoned. When he pushes back a screen, we see a meticulous breakdown of the Seungjin Group family, from Do-hyun’s grandfather all the way to Do-hyun himself.

Trapped in the basement, Do-hyun tries and fails to open the door while Ri-jin drinks from the restaurant’s stores of alcohol. She explains that while she doesn’t have any clinical fear of enclosed spaces or anything like that, she has always been afraid of fire and basements—just like Do-hyun, which he notes to himself. She used to ask her brother to come with her but he was scared too, which she attributes to their being twins.

Now thoroughly buzzed, Ri-jin calls Do-hyun “Cha-gun,” explaining that she promised not to call his name in front of Se-gi (“-gun” is a suffix that can be attached to male names). She will think of them as the “nice Cha-gun” and the “rough Shin-gun.”

Ri-jin falls backward for a moment, and Do-hyun lets slip a genuine laugh as he pulls her back up. Their eyes meet, and their hearts start pounding. “Are you… Shin Se-gi?” she asks. “Are you still confused about me and Se-gi?” Do-hyun demands. “Shall I make it so you aren’t confused?” He leans in. Ri-jin waits, closing her eyes as his lips draw ever closer.

 
COMMENTS

Yes. So much yes.

Let’s start with the wacky, by which of course I mean Se-gi’s first attempt at dating. The scene where Se-gi takes Ri-jin to the hotel was utterly ridiculous, oddly moving, and deeply informative all at the same time.

First and foremost, this scene gave us valuable insight into Se-gi’s motivations. He was created out of need, born of violence and fear, and he fixates on Ri-jin as the one thing in his existence that is good, pure, and worth preserving. Such a fixation could easily turn into a dark obsession, especially if she doesn’t return his feelings, but it can also bring out the best in Se-gi. We were lucky this time that it only results in a choo-choo train, some candy, and the world’s creepiest monkey.

Speaking of which, I liked how some of the toys had a definite creepy vibe, pointing to the fact that Se-gi’s love for Ri-jin, while hilariously childish (especially compared to what Ri-jin was probably expecting), certainly has a darker side to it. Dr. Seok points that out later to Do-hyun, saying that if Se-gi’s love is thwarted, it could easily turn into obsession—and if you’ve seen Fatal Attraction, you know how scary that can be.

It was a lovely choice to show how Se-gi, the violent personality who oozes charm (along with hair gel), nevertheless hasn’t the faintest clue how to woo his first love as an adult. All he has to go on are his recollections from when he knew her as a child. The emotional heart of this episode for me wasn’t even the kiss (that kiss, though… hot damn), but rather the disconnection between Ri-jin, who has grown and moved on, and Se-gi, who is trapped in the past as surely as he is trapped in Do-hyun’s body. With just a few well-chosen toys, Kill Me, Heal Me managed to subvert our expectations, shine some light on Se-gi’s inner self, hint at the darker undertones to his seemingly innocent first love, and still let Ri-jin show off her clapping monkey dance. Not bad, show. Not bad at all.

Se-gi’s attempts at romance are as fumbling as the Beast’s attempt to make Beauty feel at home in his castle, which made the choice of the Beauty and the Beast poster appropriate, if a bit heavy-handed. I think the writer must be as much a fan of classic Disney as I am, because the first kiss also seemed like a clear reference to Cinderella. The carriage they kissed in may not have been a pumpkin, but Se-gi’s time, like Cinderella’s, is strictly limited. It seems that, instead of glass slippers, carriages and a party dress, Se-gi transformation relies on trendy jackets, sports cars and a questionable tattoo.

Kill Me, Heal Me plays on our expectations, subverts drama tropes, and knows when not to take itself too seriously; its campiness, as some commenters have mentioned, is one of its most distinctive assets. Se-gi’s ostentatious costume-change in the hotel was absolutely ridiculous, just as the warehouse a few episodes ago that blew up one window at a time was ridiculous, but both add to the wacky awesomeness that is this drama.

The short scene with Perry Park was great, even though—or maybe because—it left me wanting more. It felt like the show was teasing me, dangling a scene with such wonderful comedic potential and then taking it away at the last second. As Perry himself says, “I wanted to play a little longer!” But what we got instead, the flashback of Do-hyun’s personality changes on the plane with Ri-on, was every bit as satisfying and a good deal more relevant to filling in missing details and establishing character relationships.

The more we see of Ri-on, the more I like him—which is, I know, dangerous with a character who has such a high potential creep-factor. Even his Wall of Stalkery pales in comparison to the not-quite-brotherly attitude he has for Ri-jin. Still, I can’t help liking someone who uses phrases like “beautiful narcissism” and thinks taking videos of yourself is a good way to cheer up. I’m also going to adopt his phrase describing somaek, the “mixture of God’s tears and the devil’s piss,” whenever I introduce people to soju—it sums it up beautifully. I hope Ri-on doesn’t get a lot darker as we go on, because I like him too much to want to let go.

I’m starting to believe that no matter what happens down the road, I can trust this show to remain self-aware. Even the silliest of jokes can carry deeper meaning here, and even the most serious of situations can give way to hilarity. It’s a difficult balance to find and an even harder one to maintain, but Kill Me, Heal Me is making it look easy so far.

My only fear is that when the drama passes the halfway point and starts to dole out its carefully-hoarded secrets, all of the wonderfully mixed elements we’ve seen so far—the romance, the humor, the quirky self-awareness, the emotional resonance—will be sacrificed to the angsty angstfest that is the history of Do-hyun’s family. Of course that history is important, to the extent that Do-hyun’s past must resurface if he is ever to come to terms with it; still, I would hate to see his past overwhelm the endlessly satisfying blend that this drama manages to be in the here-and-now. We’ll see what happens down the road, but as of now I’m still very optimistic.

In conclusion, I want to point out that based on the events of this episode, it is possible that Ri-jin has hit upon a foolproof method for making Do-hyun switch personalities: kisses! If it works like that every time, it would be difficult to have a quality make-out session—but on the flip side, it would be a handy way to get rid of Do-hyun’s more unmanageable personalities… not to mention the best excuse for skinship since the ghost-dispelling powers of Master’s Sun. Smooching as psychiatric therapy? Yes, please!

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Daebak!
I don't usually comment on recaps but... I'm totally hooked with this drama. I can't contain myself anymore. Refreshingly written, great story indeed. What a great actor Ji sung is..

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Hey I thought I was the only one :D

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:) I'm so glad that I'm not the only one.

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Ji Sung is a freaking amazing actor.... i'm so addicted to this drama.... i even repeat watching the previous episodes while waiting for new episodes to be aired....

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You are for real.... this is a really good drama

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This drama is very addicting!
I give my respect to the whole KMHM team for making this drama.
This drama has the right mix of genres that makes it so entertaining to watch.
Every time an episode comes out, it always exceeds my expectations.
Episode 5 has many OTP scenes and it is extremely funny and I love every minute of it <3
By the way, It’s Hwang Jung Eum’s(Oh Ri Jin) birthday today, Jan 25 so Happy Birthday HJE!
Thank you very much for the recap!

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Me too! it is consistent and I hope it still will! Their acting chops really shine through the drama and make me want for more. To be honest, I never thought this drama could be so comedic! HAHA! :D

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same here :) I laugh so hard at some of the scenes that other people around me might think I'm crazy too, but I don't mind.I love this drama to pieces!

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seriously? it is also my birthday!
yay!

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wow!!! Happy Birthday! <3

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glad you finally got around to recapping this episode. i've watched it when it was out but I wanted to hear what you thought~ and it's great as always :D

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Thank You for the recap Purplecow

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Love this show! I died when Perry Park appeared and started dancing about. Oh Ri Jin's confusion during mealtime was epic as was the well-placed Se Gi versus Do Hyun daydream/hallucination. It highlighted the difference between the two so brilliantly and amusingly! My love for Ji Sung (which only really took of because of this drama) keeps increasing by leaps and bounds.
Part of me does wish Hwang Jung Eum could tone down the screaming a little bit. That gentle bit at the end of Ep 3 was just so beautiful, and you know she has the emotional chops to truly deliver quiet moments, making it all the more frustrating when she starts to scream. Perhaps she won't have reason once she gets better used to Do Hyun and Se Gi (aka kisses them more). Now that's a resolution that's satisfying on all levels.

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I am so truly off put by her screaming that I couldn't finish this episode. It's ruining all of the other good aspects of this show and leads me to believe that she has not acting ability at all - just a good set of lungs.

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HJE is an excellent actress . you should try to watch her in Secret , her other drama with Ji Sung . her character in that series is totally different. she even won awards for that drama. I believe all the screamings that she did are required from the PD Nim .

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Me too. I don't think all that shrieking is simply because she played it like that or she likes it. The director is using her amazing lungs (LOL) to make all situations even more unthinkable/ hilarious.

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Ah she's so funny and hilarious hahaha... never failed to make me laugh with all of her reactions, behaviors, facial expressions, and her speaking with herself.

I almost forget how good HJE in comedy after her more serious fares these past few projects. Her ability to seamlessly weaving across genres never failed to amazes me.

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I also like her. Like you said, her comedic habits and reactions makes her a unique and unforgettable heroine. Whatever happens, she never boring. Even her screamings are changing patterns every time!

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It's weird. I think she is a good actress at least in the other show I have seen her in, but the screaming is getting to me. It might not be so much her choice in this drama but more of a director's.

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honestly tho, hje's too loud here for my liking, and also sometimes a little over with her acting that i stopped watching in the mean time, which is sad because i actually like it and i love jisung. i just really can't tolerate her acting for now, esp since the leading lady in the other drama i'm watching rn is nailing her role without overacting, i can't help but compare :((. too bad cos i liked her in Secret.

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I've only seen her in one other show and I thought the same thing. I really wanted her to tone it down in some places but I really loved her quieter more emotional scenes. I really think she'd be good with a role that didn't involve comedy.

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I recommend you to watch Secret, Can You Hear My Heart and Giant. You will surely see how brilliant her acting is especially in scenes that you don't need lines..Just pure brilliant acting :)

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Thank you for the recommendations! I do like her so it will be nice to see her in something that really let's the parts I like about her shine. I'm watching too many currently airing shows but I'll definitely put this on my "for later" list. (And yes, I really do have a list....)

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What are u talking about? Comedy was what makes HJE famous in the first place.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hwang_Jung-eum

I guess it's about taste. Me, my friends, and most Korean ppl are considers her acting and charater very fun.

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Well yes, it's about taste. I think all the comments on this site are about taste and personal preference. She may have been made famous from her comedy but I've only seen her in this and Full House Take Two. In those I find she had some really OTT "comedy" scenes that I found more painful than funny and also stood out (in a not good way) from the rest of the show's tones. On the other hand, in both shows, I found her emotional and more serious moments to be much more moving and genuine.

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@Shalini

For the most part, I tolerate her screaming, loud reactions pretty well. Actually, HJE has made me laugh quite a bit in this and maybe it's Re-jin's coping mechanism for uncomfortable and bizarre situations. Maybe she needs a consultation for that.

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Loving this show! Thanks for the recap.

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Absolutely love this show! How addicted can you get to a show anyway. I love perry park, and was pouting along with him when he has to disappear so soon. As the only carefree personality amongst all the tortured and intense ones, it's nice to see him appear. It's sad that his short appearances reflect how Cha Do Huen rarely gets any fun carefree moments his life is so sad. Looking forward to future episodes and answers to all the mysteries this drama is bringing up.

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So true! How tortured must he have been to develop six personalities, the majority of which highlighted his hatred, frustration, and helplessness?

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And extra frustrating that it seems he needed to create a personality in order to have fun. DH's personal life sucks.

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I don't know about others, but it's campiness (windows blowing out, all action movie style), has its charm.

Se Gi was so odd.. His idea of flirting made me adore him but pity him at the same time.

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This drama is perfect...my brother was looking at me concerned eyes the whole time i was watching it...i went from awwwwing at the kiss to laughing my heart out when se gi was "seducing her". i cant wait for the next episodes

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The drama 'Secret' featuring Jisung and Jungeum was really intense but I loved it for their chemistry and they are still killing it here in 'Kill Me, Heal Me'. I couldn't even imagine how Hyunbin or Seunggi can bring out the personalities in Dohyun, Jisung nailed them so perfectly I feel he embodied the character. Jungeum's reaction to Segi is too much over the top for my taste but I'm still loving the conflict. Falling for two personalities in one body certainly sound wacky itself but it feels so real when it's carried out by my fav onscreen couple. Spoiler note: How awesome is that Rijin trying to force a kiss on Dohyun? And the jealously threat from Segi to Dohyun?! It just blows my mind how convincing his personalities are an an individual.

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Thanks for the recap, Purplecow. And I agree with everything you say!

Especially about the Se gi and Ri jin hotel scene with all the toys. I found myself pitying and also slightly creeped out and hell-out amused. Se Gi was so intense and serious in offering her all the toys while she was just playing along.

It was hilarious, until it was sad and creepy.

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THANKS FOR THE RECAP! Se Gi better step his game up if he plans to convince her to put Do-hyun to sleep with kisses. Needs a little pep in its step. OMG I FELL OUT AT THE COSTUME CHANGE I almost need him to wear an actual cape now.

Daw I wish Perry could've stayed a little longer too. Maybe put him in a club with Ms. Husky and let them dance haha.

Also agree with everything you said about Ri-on, esp his er poetry with somaek. My kinda guy...minus the unhealthy definition of oppa.

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OMG, Miss Husky and Perry in a club would be sooooooooooooo awesome!!!!

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Lol that would be so awesome and funny if they met and fell in love…two souls searching for freedom together.

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i just pictured the scene xD i'd almost cast aside the OTP for this ending set to a disco soundtrack xD Kim Seul Gi is so fantastic with comedy.. she needs meatier roles!

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omg ms husky and perry park....WE MUST HAVE THIS SCENE

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I agree with you.

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I agree +3. This scene must happen.

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Why do i feel that Shin Se Gi is the real personality and do hyun was created out of him by whatever traumatic thing happened in the past.

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wishful thinking. i feel you

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My thoughts are the same..

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O my goodness. .the monkey dance..I was crying

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Me too , That monkey dance was silly but so funny hahahha

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Hahaha that dance wa so unexpected but probably that's why I immediately laughing until my stomach hurt in that moment.

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That was comedic gold. I was laughing so hard it made me cry.

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I don't know if anyone has mentioned it yet, but this show makes me think about two non-Korean shows about multiple personalities. First, a British show from 2007, Jekyll. While I know Kill Me Heal Me is not about Jekyll and Hyde, the Do-Hyun and Se-gi relationship is similar. The hotel scene in KMHM with the toys at the hotel, reminded me of a scene in Jekyll. Mr. Hyde was dark and violent, but not evil, and sometimes just like a big kid. In one scene Dr. Jackman (Jekyll) finds a CD of Disney music and says,"My dark side likes Mary Poppins, no wonder I was bullied in school." The show addresses co-consciousness too, where both Hyde and Jekyll have to work together.

So, the other show I wanted to mention is the United States of Tara, about a woman, played by Toni Collette, who has DID. While completely different from KMHM, I keep thinking about the show and trying to compare the two since there really aren't that many shows about multiple personalities.

Anyway, I'm really liking KMHM and I can never get enough of Ji Sung! I can't wait until next week.

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I did not watch United States of Tara but I do watch Orphan Black and am a huge Tatiana Maslany fan. I think Ji Sung does play the roles same way she does it. Each personality is different although played by the same person. I am in no way comparing the two show but I enjoy both. The cheesy, corny side in KMHM as much as it is ridiculous, its also equally fun to watch. Hyde and Jekyll had two personality, one was good and the other evil. But in KMHM, each personality is a fragment of individual emotions of a person. He can't process them together, so his mind broke them in pieces and they come out when triggered that way. They are not evil, just they resonate each emotion in much more strong way than they should as that emotion is what gave birth to them. I am also a little disappointed, it takes so long for people to recap this show compared to Binnie's show. I get the hype around the other one as it has Binnie and I love him. But so far KMHM is the one that is delivering much more in terms of acting and story-telling, its a bit sad. But thank you Purplecow, I do enjoy reading your take on each episodes.

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holy crap orphan black is about multiple personality as well? dang i wish you'd used a spoiler tag but then again i'd only watched one episode and wasn't planning to return to it but now that i know... i must check it out again (the first ep finally makes sense now :O )

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Orphan black isn't about multiple personalities, it's about clones

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Orphan Black is not about DID, its about clones, I was comparing the acting ability and style of the leads not the theme of the show.

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ah I see. that's too bad..clones aren't that exciting (the last story i read with clones was never let me go. not really my thing) but i see your point. acting it out would pose a similar challenge.

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Don't give up on Orphan Black, stick around. If not for anything else just to see the magic that is Tatiana Maslany. She nails each and every character.

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You're right about the BBC "Jekyll." That show did a great job of showing the two sides as not Good versus Evil but Grown-up versus Impulsive.

I've never seen UST (keep meaning to), but it says something good about KMHM that Ji Sung reminds me sometimes of a woman with DID I had a long conversation with a few years ago.

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I find it funny that the author of the webtoon Dr. Jekyll is Mr. Hyde (that became the drama Hyde Jekyll, Me) accused the people from Kill Me, Heal, Me of plagiarism. Multiple personalities has been seen before in movies and dramas. Darn it, this guy got his idea from the original Robert Louis Stevenson story. And he dares tweet that the idea was stolen from him? I heard that he deleted his twitter account, no doubt after at ghostly midnight visit from Stevenson himself.

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I don't know why everyone made it slower for this drama, both streaming uploading and recapping, while this drama is close to perfection. This drama is sooo good, whyy does it take slower for it to be subbed, uploaded, and here, being recapped compared to other dramas?
While it took so fast for Jekyll, Hyde, and I but the content is meh so far compared to KMHM

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yeah. Same thoughts here..

Luckily, this drama is in the number 1 spot in the Wed-Thurs drama when it comes to ratings and I think it will have a higher ratings each additional episode because of its rising popularity.

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I don't think the recapping has any bearing at all on the quality of the drama. If it is being recapped by Girlfriday or Dramabeans the recap comes out on the same day. If others recap it can take up to 3-5 days. I am just grateful they are being recapped at all. Even if they come late they are invaluable to me for clearing up things I didn't understand. Like the family relationships to the 'lost child'. I do wonder why the subs are incomplete on most sites tho....

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because it is smart and it is hard to grasp the real meaning behind everything. it may seem funny and absurd but there is a lifes´message in it. how to correctly transcribe that is difficult

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yesssss

awesome. waited so long for this.

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and it is the best love triangle ever.

omg I cant wait for midweek

I forgot my spelling
I am so not coherent.

I adore the absurd kind of humor. it is sort of like a symbol of subconscious. the crazy stuff is all "Se Gi´s reality". Ri Jin is in her own reality and all together it is "disconnected realities" like being in someones´dream and guessing the meaning. you know what I mean?

also when she acts nuts, I studied it at school, it is "reflection technique" - reflecting the mood of patient / partner / person" when you want them to change their behavior.
cant continue have to go to work now see you all later

yiiiiiii love this show so much!

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Is it just me or does shin se gi with his guy liner look a bitttt like cn blue's jung hwa? (If spelling is wrong hehe sorry)

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With his look in this episode, to me, he resembled Taecyeon.

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I think he looked like Jun.K of 2pm also with his black/red clothes

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I really, REALLY appreciate your clearing up the relationship between Do Hyun and the mystery child. Kind of siblings, but not any blood relation. Now can you just explain to me how the evil cousin and uncle fit it?

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I think, though I could very well be wrong, that the uncle is the son of the younger brother of the grandfather that died in the car crash with Do Hyun's mother. So the cousin would be Do Hyun's second cousin. I believe the story was that the older brother (Do Hyun's grandfather) pushed his younger brother out of the business at some point for some reason leaving that branch of the family feeling cheated.

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When did we find out that Ki-Joon is a second cousin? I've been confused about this as well.

The subtitled versions have some inaccuracies when it comes to the family links, so thank you, purple cow, for clarifications. So is Cha Do-Hyun's father Jun-Pyo the son of the dead Chairman and the current Grandmother Seo? There aren't any half-siblings in Jun-Pyo's generation?

The Viki subtitles appeared to introduce an entirely new half-brother, but I think they were misled.

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Did that monkey give anyone else nightmares?

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the monkey, not so much, but ri jin's monkey dance, and screams, boy that's gonna haunt my sleep... LOL.

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Omg, her reaction was so odd. I mean, the whole scene was odd, but then her response?! Er, yeah.

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I think she was just playing along with the 'crazy person', if she looked like she was happy and having fun, the crazy man might not hurt her. It's actually a valid psychology method, like when kidnapped, you refer yourself by name and tell them personal things like what ice cream you like etc so they'd see you as a person.

What Ri Jin is doing is a variation of mirroring techniques, how you mirror what the other is doing so they think that you are the same as them, and if you are the same as them, then hopefully they won't hurt you...

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I'm a medical student , when i was affected on the psychology ward , when one of my professor was consulting with a person who has shizophrenia i was all " what is he doing really ? making sure he believes even more in his hallucination?" the way he was going along with what the patient was saying , the way he was so interested and asking when ?how? and laughing along with him made it absurd at first ..but on the 5th/6th consultation things got different he statrted questioning him and the reality and validity of what he was saying..

RJ was in that moment going along with him , you want me to have fun ...i'm having fun cause she doesn't know how he'll react.. she wanted to know where he was going with all of this ( and he kinda of kidnapped her and he is threatenning her with DH life .so yeah.) ..and later she even apologized for crossing the line and went to confort him and asked if he is mad.

I agree she is loud really loud it was annoying at first but not now , this is like Lee Gun laugh it's annoying at first but you get used to it and love it at the end of the day

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Thank you for clearing up the family backstory! The viki subs were really confusing and at some points incorrect during that conversation.

Just to clarify, Min Seo Yeon is Do Hyun's step mother, and Shin Hwa Ran is his birth mother?

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I think Shin Hwa Ran is his birth mother and Min Seo Yeon is his "mother on family register".

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Aargh, the Viki subs are sometimes 100% incorrect and have been making the family tree even more confusing than it needs to be!

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Ri-jin's screaming like a banshee gave me a headache. I wish the director would find it in his heart to have her tune it down, way down, for the sake of viewers who have low noise tolerance.

Everything else about the show is great.
Waiting to see more of Perry Park. Would like to get to know him better.

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10/10 stars review, was well worth the wait! About the obsession of our not-so-tame beast, I dont think he'll hurt her, more like the one who cames between them or threatens her. After all, he asked her to choose and later, when he was unsucessful, retreated, the sad puppy... Probably yo sub is not the only personality here with suicidal tendencies, and as warned, se gi may just kill cha do hyun if he doesnt get his 7 yo love.

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Ji Sung must wear red at some point in all of his dramas from now on. It is a must! No guy has ever looked better in that color in dramas before.

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even though it is a little bit Mefistofeles

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I don't know why, I'm just not feeling this drama..

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That's all right. I like JCW a good deal but I couldn't get into Healer.

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I never comment much but thank you for recapping! but i'm wondering.... who do you want ri jin to end up with? because i'm so torn between se gi and do hyun TT

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I guess if he really gets cured they all vanish and a new personality made of all parts of the others takes their place.

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yeah, and I think it'll be Mr. X..

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But Mr. X is presented as another personality. Given his X mask, maybe he holds all the truths and secrets? Idk. >.>

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Thank you so much for the recap! I was hoping you guys would continue to recap kill me heal me because I'm in love with this show. Ji Sung continues to blow me away with how he's portraying these personalities.

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Just marathoned all 6 episodes and am absolutely digging the humour and the romance. Can't wait for next week.

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loved the comments. and i couldn't agree more. yes this drama is exaggerated, but it is self-consciously so, and perhaps segi is too spectacularly dressed, but the effect is like theatre, where the props aid and nuance the narrative and increase the impact. I for one am absolutely loving the story and acting, the story may not be anything new or groundbreaking, but it is clever, funny and deftly written and delivered with the direction managing to keep good pace with the narrative. the acting is also what's really selling the show, because such a story does end up relying heavily on the character portrayal. jisung's personas are unique and individually stirring, and knowing how rare it is for kdrama actors to even do one character justice, his mission to depict all 7 and that too extremely well is awe-inspiring. can't wait to see his other personalities emerge, especially the female ones, and really hope the story keeps up its cracktastic humour and heart through the angsty revelations to come.

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yeah agree about the theater comment, some of the acting reminds me of Faustus and also the background music
even perhaps puppet theater.

se gi seems like fantasy not human, more close to a toy himself. of the mind

Ji Sung can really rock the set and the props. he doesnt just stand around. he moves around and uses the space around him.

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Loving this show! Thank you for the recap :)

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I have to say that even though i am a fan of hyun bin i have to admit that KMHM is way better than jekyll seriously i love the drama it's my favorite right now it has everything on it the plot is very intriguing and the actors are fantastic ji sung rocks each of his personalities. I wish you could recap this show earlier but thank you it's always a pleasure to read your opinions about this wonderful drama.

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Yey! Though I don't watch this, I was so curious what happens next and follow along the recaps.

That doll scene sounded epic, and Perry Park needs to get out more.

FREE PERRY PARK!!!

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some day, Perry Park and Jack Sparrow will sail together. how great would that be, or would they be too drunk to go anywhere...

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LOL @ the Perry Park and Jack Sparrow sailing together. I never knew I wanted that until right now.

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I am really looking forward for your recaps.

I love ♥ reading comments here as well

While watching the drama,I can't wait to know what others commentaries are.

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okay, so I am gonna go out on a limb here, and say that RiJin is the daughter of Dohyun's father's wife. The "secret child" (that is why they keep mentioning how smart she is) and that Rion is the birth son of the parents, who may have been servants @ the family's home. & they found her and adopted her as their own. So they remember, and know everything, but she doesn't. I wonder who killed the wife and FIL? The grandma? I love a little mystery in life.

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I believe the twins are actually twins, and that's why they are both scared of the same things....prob the 3 of them were trapped inside when the fire started....
I mean the rumor the uncle said it was for a child, but what if they were really twins?
I believe they were both adopted.

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Really? I guess it could be, but they seem to insinuate that he looks at her the way a man looks at a woman when her back is turned. I guess we shall see when we see more pieces of the puzzle.

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I don't think they're twins. There are just too many dropping hints--the veggie seller who insisted that Ri On is basically a copy of Dad, Ms. Husky who noted that Ri On's gazes aren't brother-like, and Ri On himself with his lines when he drove away (scene where Ri Jin asked about the trampoline kid) and what he writes in his novel...

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In my opinion, I don't think Ri Jin and Do Hyun are related.
If Segi knows something about Do Hyun's forgotten past, he wouldn't have fallen in love with Ri jin if they were related

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I don't mean to sound rude and irritating but other drama recappers are so quick (healer, jekull hyde me) and only KMHM recaps are this slow. The heat is all lost.

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But thanks a lot for the recap. You write brilliantly purplecow.

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The thing is DB is Javabean's and Girlfriday's job. They actually make some money off of it. But these recappers (I believe, could be wrong) are volunteering their spare time to do this. They have other jobs and commitments beyond this and aren't getting anything in return except the satisfaction of helping out the DB's community so that it can recap as many shows as possible. Really, we should just be grateful that this drama is getting recapped at all, because if purplecow and Saya didn't step up to the plate, it could have fallen by the wayside entirely.

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Yep, thanks SO much for the recaps, Purplecow! It's a lot of work to do this task so well, and you are nailing this.

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Agreed! I'm just glad it's being recapped at all, and as someone who gave up recapping one ep of a drama because it took me. so. freaking. long. I thank the recappers even more for committing to the drama. Kamsahamnida!!

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May I direct you to the Soompi Forums?

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I appreciate the recaps, and they still come out before the next week's episodes. Since the subs seem to be pretty delayed on this show as well, it let's me see it and understand before commenting.

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This drama really is PERFECTION. The pace is good, as well as the plot progression. I am conflicted on how they'll be able to tie up all the pieces to this family mystery together but I'm hoping for the best. KMHM is my fave drama as of the moment- thanks to the awesome cast and amazing storyline!

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This drama kicks ass!! thats all... and ji sung is showing them how it's done!!

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I'd like this show so much better if they'd Los the carnival music. The hotel scene could have been funny and sad AND earnest.

I found his hanging something of Se Gi's up in his closet with his own things significant. Normally he hides that stuff away. Having a memory they Both want to keep is new and a positive sign that they can merge.
As annoying as all the screeching is, at least she has the ability to bring out the Se Gi in Do Hyun (riding through fire, Getting in a fight) and the Do Hyun in Se Gi (gentle hands, eager to please). Waiting to see cross overs of Perry into the two more dominate personalities, like either one of them relaxing and having a good time (as opposed to uptight and anxious or intense and controlling).

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I am loving this drama so far. I find myself moving closer to the screen trying to guess which new personality is about to appear.

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Thank you for the recap! KMHM is such a silly show, but I´m enjoying it immensely, you just know for sure you´re in for some laughs. Tried to watch J&H, but gave up after 1,5 ep. I think I have room for only one drama with DID and KMHM was here first.
Like purplecow, I´m also a little scared of the possible angstfest in super scale ahead. At the moment the show´s pretty good with balancing the crazy, I hope they don´t forget it along the way.
Perry Park is my favorite character at the moment. I loved how he showed up when CDH tried to suppress any budding interest in ORJ, and voila! Here´s Perry Park and ready for some womanizing (the whole monologue about him being so darn handsome had me in stitches). I hope they won´t use him only for comedic relief in the future.

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I'm worried about the angst as well. I really love the tone of the show so far...but if he's going to really manage his condition then he's going to have to confront some really dark aspects of his youth.

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Guess it all comes down to the execution. If they avoid that seriously weird family of his as much as possible, I might be able to sit through it.
I´ve developed some fondness for CDH, so I´d like to seem him cured, but the looming process of it looks everything but enjoyable. Maybe if he also cured his habit of not kissing a girl when he´s supposed to, I might be more eager to see his recovery.

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I liked this episode a lot but I wonder why Se Gi went away after the kiss. The first time he couldn't really hurt the doctor, I get that, this time he was really being his nicer self yet bo maybe because he was finally happy and Se Gi doesn't know how to handle happiness? Or is that too cheesy? :) KMHM is cheesy so I thought it would be a proper explanation.

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I think maybe the kiss just made him lose control? Bringing on the personalities is usually triggered but I feel like they all go away eventually (look at Perry Park who barely lasted at all). But when kissing her, SG wouldn't be able to concentrate on keeping DH back? Maybe?

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Control would be the key? It's a good idea, so being too happy made Se Gi loose his control over the body. :) But I don't know why Perry lost it so quickly, his face is so comical.

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Oh man, I love Perry!! But he's part of why I'm saying that I'm not sure there's a definite reason that causes the personality to go away....only reasons that they're brought forth. Even Perry was all "wait, I'm not ready to go back" like something was pulling at him. So maybe there's a control element? But I could me making up things lol. But SG is so singularly focused with his time until that moment so it makes sense that DH could break back through at that time.

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I AM LOVING IT SO MUUUUUUUCH.
For real, I adore all the characters. And even I tolerate the evil cousin and uncle LOL.
But yeah', this show is freakin' life. I am all in with the OTP. Which OTP ? I don't even care, she has chemistry with everyone ^^

Oh and I gotta say it : JI SUNG IS AN AMAZING ACTOR. I am still freakin' awed by his performances. Be it Perry Park, Se Gi or Do Hyun, he nails those characters <3

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I love love LOVE how analytical the recaps are haha. But I'm still confused as to how ppl know if either or both or neither (lol) of the twins are adopted. This family tree is hella confusing...

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haha...exactly my thoughts! The family tree is so twisted but I really don't mind.. It keeps us intrigued, thinking and analyzing..

I'm fine with any angsty plots in the future but in return, please don't make Oh Ri Jin and Cha Do Hyun in any way blood related or else I might become a crazy person myself~~

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Nahhh, I doubt they're related since Segi fell in love with Ri Jin and seems to know about Do Hyun's forgotten past

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Thank you so much for the recap!! I've been holding back on seeing episode 6 just so I could read this and the reactions without mixing anything up. And your recap and analysis really do add on some layers that I missed - thanks!!

I thought the toy scene was so super bizarre. I mean, I understood it (I think) but what an interesting scene for the writer to come up with. Although I think our leading lady's reaction was even weird than SG.

I'm not at all sure what I think of Ri On. How interesting to see he's met three of the personalities now...and he's talked to his sister about someone with changing personalities like this. How much does he know? It's so hard to tell. And even he himself says he uses masks. So who is he at heart? Dunno dunno dunno.

Enjoying this show so much! As others have said, Ji Sung is killing it. And the tone so far is just perfect. I'm so impressed by the balance of genres and of the serious with the silly.

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I think Ri On knows DH has DID and it's part of this book he is writing. He seems pretty smart, he would be asking all sort of questions if he didn't know at least part of what is happening to him.

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Ha, love Perry Park! Whoever came up with this character is friggin genius, as is the actor playing him! What a fun show - really enjoying it. Many thanks for the recaps!

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Liking that a true romcom is doing well. Perry Park is the best character.

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thank you for the recaps. It's interesting to read the recaps and comments about KMHM. I love this drama very much. Jisung is an excellent actor who can act such complicated character so well.

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Thank you for the recaps and giving us fans a home to go to.

So what is the background of Oh Ri-jin's and Oh Ri-on's family? Were the parents part of Do-hyun's household? They know him as Perry Park - what would their reactions have been if he had been introduced by his real name? The fact that the twins also have a fear of fire and basements, were they also trapped during the house fire? I like mysteries and this show is giving me quite a bit of food for thought.

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Thanks for the recaps! So grateful for someone to explain the family drama scenes so I can happily fast forward through them :P

I really want more Perry Park scenes - he is just TOO funny!!

Ji Sung is amazing and just thank god the casting ended up in this way. He handles all these characters so well that I forget that DH and SG are the same actor.

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I am pretty sure i am not the only one who thought on passing the drama up when we heard the plot. Then there was all the drama with the casting and it just seemed like this drama was bound to fail.... And yet how is it that it has become my favourite drama of the season. I found jekyl and hyde with hyun bin to just be pretty in terms of visuals but overall it was fairly boring. I really love this whole drama the characters are unique and likeable. I think we all know who is carrying this drama though, ji sung is amazing as all of the personalities and who else loves perry park. Looking forward to future episodes

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Nope! You're not the only one. Trust me, many Beanies concur with your sentiments.

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Loved this recap and what you said in the comments was well thought out and even made me realize a ton of new things!

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