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Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 8

This episode had me in stitches. So many stitches. What’s great about this show is how increasingly grounded it becomes in its own reality, letting the humor run high and the pathos run deep. Although the metaphors aren’t subtle, the emotional delivery and throughline are everything I could wish for, and I’m in awe of Ji Sung and his power to inhabit a character (…inhabited by other characters). Just in Do-hyun, he draws out the painful mixture of loneliness, fear and isolation which serve to make him a man apart — less a beast and more an alien, the only one of his kind.

So we can cheer up that Do-hyun — whose inner circle is more like a line with two points — gets to add his third point, making it at least a triangle (and about time, too). And we all know triangles have mystical magical powers. In this case: Friendship! Bromance! Romance! Lipstick!

EPISODE 8 RECAP

Do-hyun struggles in Ri-jin’s grip. He forcefully frees himself, which surprises Ri-jin and Chief Ahn. They simultaneously exclaim, “Shin Se-gi?!”

“I’m Cha Do-hyun!” he yells at them. They’re not used to seeing gentle Do-hyun mad. As if he isn’t there, Ri-jin and Chief Ahn discuss him, worried his fit of temper might provoke a switch. He insists that he’s not annoyed, but when Ri-jin encourages him to express his feelings, he bellows at her. Ri-jin and Chief Ahn reel and ask again, “Shin Se-gi?!” Hahaha.

Do-hyun drops a ton of reading in front of Ri-jin, and enjoys her dismay. They include his patient histories from Dr. Seok, detailed profiles on each alter, and his personal diaries from the last eleven years.

Ri-jin asks where she’ll be living — is it somewhere nearby? She hasn’t looked at the contract yet, so they explain that since she needs to keep an eye on Do-hyun 24/7, she has to live with him. She has a little meltdown.

Composed again, she asks what they’ll do about when he’s at the office. Chief Ahn cryptically mentions a disguise while Do-hyun is a picture of innocence. Haha, he’s relishing this so much. It must be the first fun he’s had for years.

Outside, the chief asks Do-hyun what’ll happen if she turns it down. He repeats Do-hyun’s earlier words about not letting her get close to him, and notes how Do-hyun contains his own emotions so strongly — but for the first time in eleven years, Chief Ahn saw him get annoyed because someone got past his walls. (Do-hyun: “I didn’t get annoyed!”) His parting advice to Do-hyun is, “Don’t lose her.”

Do-hyun catches Ri-jin trying to sneak away, but he pulls her back by the collar. Ri-jin: “Shin Se-gi?!”

“I’m Cha Do-hyun,” he says, and marches her back in.

She complains about the “slave contract” (apparently the disguise is to be his “secretary”) and he says it’s her fault for not reading it first. He tells her to check her account, and the amount deposited makes her eyes pop.

If she takes the secretary-guise, he offers to double it. She laughs in his face and even refuses triple (though it clearly pains her) and tries to run. He holds her back again, and reminds her that they agreed that she can’t turn back, and he can’t send her away.

Maybe she’s looking for a way to stay now, because she’s grinning madly at him the whole time, no longer refusing. She feigns a leg cramp as an excuse, and he goes along with it. He kneels at her feet to massage it out, and they share a sweet moment.

Chief Ahn brings Grandma Seo up to speed on Do-hyun’s trustworthy new doctor. She orders him to investigate her background anyway. Before leaving, he asks if she actually knows what ails Do-hyun. Instead of answering, she tells him his discretion was a big part of why she employed him and saw to his education. Hm, so she owns him? She warns him not to hold hands with the other side, and to stay with Do-hyun.

Ki-joon’s interview with Dr. Seok proved unfruitful. He had tried to probe for information on Do-hyun’s condition, having noted his strange behavior. Ki-joon’s guess is drugs or alcohol, and he pleads worry about his cousin. Dr. Seok merely explains Do-hyun away as one of his many students — a scenario Ki-joon doesn’t buy. He thinks Do-hyun is trying to outmaneuver him for control of the company.

He’s surprised to receive a call from Do-hyun’s blind date, Ji-sun, who asks after his and Chae-yeon’s relationship.

He looks for Chae-yeon, and orders her to apologize to Ji-sun, so as to quell the rumors going around about her. He censures her for making a scene at Do-hyun’s blind date, despite her engagement to him. The juicy story causes people to question her motives, especially since Do-hyun emerged as the prime successor to the company.

Livid, she says she did it for Ji-sun’s sake, because she couldn’t stand Do-hyun coveting her friend’s stocks. Ki-joon wants to cut off the rumors by getting engaged already, but his mode of proposal upsets her. He shouts that she’s the one showing him up and making a making a mess of his engagement. Oh you two are as bad as each other.

Chae-yeon flips out and tells him she’s not getting engaged until after the shareholder meeting.

Meanwhile, Do-hyun tutors Ri-jin on the alters’ personalities, and she’s particularly interested in the two she hasn’t met, Nana and Yo-na. He also familiarizes her with the people he needs to hide his illness from at all costs, including Grandma and Ki-joon’s dad.

He authorizes her to use any means necessary to keep the alters in line. She meets the instruction with a cute salute, distracting him into a warm smile. It brings Chief Ahn’s question back to his mind, whether he’s confident about keeping her at a measured distance.

The next slide is Ki-joon and Chae-yeon, whom she teases him about — she’s so pretty, he must have like-liked her. The doorbell saves him from responding.

It’s Chae-yeon. Upset, she beats on him for making her into the “protagonist of a makjang drama” — isn’t she his first love? Who is really in his heart — is it that woman, Oh Ri-jin? Inside, Ri-jin has her ear to the door and listens in shock.

In answer, he calls Ri-jin to come out. Ooo. Reluctantly, she complies, and he makes a show for Chae-yeon…who answers him with a slap. Ri-jin tries to explain, but Do-hyun wordlessly holds her back while the other woman leaves.

Examining his face, Ri-jin offers to be his drinking buddy if he’s not okay. He just tells her their lessons are over for the day.

At the Oh house, Mom and Dad mope and pick at their breakfast, worrying about Ri-jin. Ri-on, on the other hand, is all appetite and scolds his parents for their over-concern — that’s why Ri jin is all messed up inside, he says, taking on everyone else’s pain as well as her own. He leaves the table.

Instead of working, Ri-on looks through old photos on his computer and each photo brings up a memory. A childhood snap takes us to little Ri-jin and Ri-on. Mom urges them to smile — they’re oppa and dongsaeng now. Awww Mom, I love you.

Dad joins their hands and Ri-jin smiles shyly at her new brother. But he throws her to the ground with a glower, so she launches herself at him in a retaliatory headbutt, as the parents try to break it up.

The memory makes Ri-on smile. Next is high school, where their fighting relationship continues, although it’s now full of affection (sort of), as Ri-jin grabs him by the throat for stealing her homework. The arrival of her crush saves him, as she goes all googly-eyed. But later, Ri-on catches the guy getting kissy with another girl, and protects his sister from seeing it.

Mom bursts into his room and he slams the laptop shut. She confronts him about his nekky posters and grabs the computer out of his hands. She’s subdued when she sees what he’s really been looking at. He totally plays it up and runs off wailing like a toddler. Lol.

Dad starts to ask Mom something to do with the twins, mumbling something cryptic about rumors abounding about “that family,” but she shuts him up.

Chief Ahn updates Do-hyun about the Omega fan club reading, which is today. Ri-jin pops in to make coffee, and her ears prick up when she hears her brother’s name. Chief Ahn hasn’t been able to procure a photo of the elusive author, but shares the rumors he heard (from Ri-on, ha) of Omega’s “Won Bin-level looks.” Ri-jin sprays her coffee all over Do-hyun in incredulity. HAHAHA, say it, don’t spray it!

Do-hyun maintains his careful indifference to her and suggests to Chief Ahn that they head out for the event. But Chief Ahn has an unavoidable appointment and excuses himself, so both men turn to Ri-jin, who wails at her bad luck. Lol, Chief Ahn just appointed himself Chief Wingman.

Chief Ahn recites Rule 2 of the contract that stipulates that she has to be by Do-hyun’s side 24/7. She counters with Rule 4: Except while they are secretary and VP, she and Do-hyun have equal standing. So her condition for going along today is that she gets an hour of counseling with him each day. Not for treatment, she tells him: “Let’s be friends.” She badgers him until he finally agrees.

Chief Ahn’s appointment is with Do-hyun’s mom. She doesn’t mince her words and asks him whose side he’s on — is he Grandma’s spy, or is he faithful to Do-hyun? She warns him that he’d better not backstab Do-hyun.

Ri-on’s mom watches him from afar with concern. He wishes his sister had stayed after all, chaebol doctor or not. His editor calls to tell him his fan club reading is on. But he has a bad feeling about it and warns Ri-on not to go, since it might risk his cover. ID Entertainment is going all-out to try and secure the film rights for his books, he adds. Ri-on casually confirms that that’s a Seungjin subsidiary.

The reading is atmospheric and lively. Among the audience, Do-hyun is on the edge of his seat, caught up in the mood. Aww, that unguarded laugh. It concludes, and Do-hyun turns to Ri-jin to share his excitement…HAHA WHAT. He wonders if being all covered up isn’t more noticeable, and she warily unwraps — just as Ri-on bounds in. She panics, almost spilling his secret identity to Do-hyun.

She makes a save by saying her brother is Omega’s fan — but she can’t be seen by him because he thinks she’s in the U.S. Do-hyun catches her panic now, too, and helps bundle her out.

Ri-on spots Do-hyun and calls out, “Perry!” The two escapees freeze, and Do-hyun tells her to run while Ri-on pounces on him.

Do-hyun distracts him from Ri-jin by grabbing his ears in greeting. HAHA. Ri-on squirms in his clutches and points at all the people. Once he’s sure Ri-jin got out safely, Do-hyun lets his ears go with an apologetic laugh.

Away from the hubbub, they have a quiet conversation. Do-hyun tells Ri-on that he came looking for Omega, and is surprised to find him a fan. Ri-on mentions two books in particular. One is the “Switched-twin Murder Case,” and the other is “The Child in the Basement.” Those happen to be the only ones Do-hyun hasn’t read.

Ri-on outlines the plot of the latter: A boy and a girl became like siblings after an accident. It then sounds like the story Ri-jin told Do-hyun about herself — a girl who is afraid of basements, whose parents send her there on chores to cure her of her fear.

Ri-on adds more, and we’re given a flashback with little Ri-jin and Ri-on. Every time she had to go down there, she took him, too — and he would go, despite his own fear. But eventually, he began to question why he was afraid. Although he discovered the reason, the girl never remembered. The boy, Ri-on says, made it his mission to find her lost memories.

Do-hyun becomes increasingly agitated by the story, and relives his fragmented memories of his own nightmare-basement. He nearly collapses, and Ri-on runs to get him water.

Sweat beads on his face, and Do-hyun struggles to stay conscious. Then, a hand takes his — it’s Ri-jin.

Ri-on returns to an empty room, and he goes out just in time to see her get Do-hyun into his car. He frowns, “Ri-jin?” He runs after the departing car, but it’s already out of his reach.

In the car, she tells Do-hyun to hang in there. He clutches his head, and she keeps up a stream of reassurance. She’s worried when he knocks out, and keeps calling his name.

His head snaps up, and…it ain’t Do-hyun anymore. With a head-toss and a ton of attitude, this has got to be Yo-sub’s twin, Yo-na. S/he orders Ri-jin to stop the car, and complains, “Girl, you’re so noisy! Stop talking! Close your mouth!” The bossy alpha-teen girl-talk coming out of Ji Sung’s mouth is…omg I’m dying — I don’t know what’s funnier, Yo-na’s scolding or Ri-jin’s startled compliance.

Ri-jin recalls what she knows about Yo-na. Dr. Seok nicknamed her the “manager of suffering.” When Do-hyun is extremely distressed but needs to keep his head down, she absorbs it. Do-hyun considers her the most dangerous — a boy-crazy, idol-chasing sasaeng fan. It’s hilarious how outraged he is by her behavior.

Yo-na filches Ri-jin’s hair clip, and we see her as she sees herself, in pink lipstick and a pink school uniform blazer. She agonizes over her ajusshi face. Ri-jin is speechless.

Suddenly spotting an idol-oppa, she’s out of the car in a flash. Oh man, that flaily, girly running. HAHA. Ri-jin gives chase.

There’s a fanmeet for idol group “Rocking” (special appearance by LU:KUS), and they explain how their edgier music attracts more male fans — and look, here’s one of them now! Yo-na pushes her way to the front, squealing for her oppas…except to the rest of the world, she still looks like Do-hyun. She nearly dies when she’s invited on to the stage.

Her moment is interrupted by Ri-jin, who gets her with a missile to the head. Oh no, now it’s on: It’s a catfight, with hair-pulling and screaming. A crowd surrounds them, filming and snapping photos (not good!), shocked that a guy is beating on a girl.

Yo-na gets out of Ri-jin’s grip and runs for it — thwack into a post.

On a subway station bench, Do-hyun comes to. With tissue-plugs in their noses, he struggles with the hair clip while she explains the situation. The car got towed, it was cold, she couldn’t take him to hospital…so here they are. He apologizes, the weight of the world back on his shoulders.

Ri-jin asks what his extreme suffering was that brought Yo-na out. Was it something Ri-on said? Or Chae-yeon? But then she cancels her questions, since they’re not friends, and he doesn’t answer them anyway — she’ll settle for being rich. Or asking Se-gi, because at least he talks to her, “Although the problem is that he says what he wants.”

She’s ready to go, but he catches her arm. Sitting back down, he hesitantly asks if she wants to go for a drink, and reminds her of her offer to be his drinking friend. She replies that he doesn’t like drinking or friends. Still faltering, he says they could start those counseling sessions.

Ri-jin is impressed by how much alcohol Do-hyun can put away for someone who doesn’t drink, but figures that Se-gi and Perry must have done his body’s share. He tells her they’re in session and she can ask him questions — but first he apologizes for the night before. That friend, Chae-yeon, was his cousin’s fiancée, and he confirms she was his first love. But when he found out she was being nice to him in order to get closer to Ki-joon, he was hurt, and moved on.

Ri-jin observes that he didn’t look like he was over it. But he explains that he’s never taken anyone into his heart since his diagnosis, afraid of putting them in danger. But when he sees Chae-yeon, he remembers the time when he was able to love someone freely — maybe it’s really the freedom to love that he loves. That actually explains a lot. He asks if that answers her question. Ri-jin: “I…didn’t ask.” HA. Way to undercut the deep moment, lol.

Do-hyun marks that they’re halfway through their session, but Ri-jin objects — that was just a conversation, not a consultation. If he wants counselling, they can start now.

He reaches for her wrist and, tapping her watch, tells her to take note. “January 29, 2015,” he notes as he waits for it to strike the hour exactly. “10 o’clock. First consultation… commence.”

The echo of Se-gi is not lost on Ri-jin. “Shin Se-gi?” she asks him. His exasperation is never going to get old: “I’m Cha Do-hyun!” He wonders if she’s secretly hoping for Se-gi to appear, and she teases him for being all jealous of himself. Flustered, he denies it.

They walk home, and Do-hyun asks her why she stayed by his side. “Was it pity? Or so you could meet Se-gi through me?” She thinks about it, and gives two reasons. Firstly, Yo-sub. His “Kill me” message seemed to her like a call for help. Secondly, Do-hyun himself. When he told her he wouldn’t return the ball that went over his castle walls, it made her realize how much he needed her.

He asks if she isn’t afraid of all the people living inside him. She’s not — she wants to be close with all of them, and she has things to say to them. “From now on, instead of ‘kill me,’ ask, ‘heal me,'” she tells him.

Being healed doesn’t mean they’ll die, she says. Rather, they’ll carry on living in him — she points to his heart. But instead of being scattered fragments, they’ll be a connected puzzle, fitting together to make a wonderful picture. “With the name of Cha Do-hyun, you guys will become an even more wonderful person,” she finishes.

He stares at her, heart in his eyes. Clasping the hand she’s pointing at him, he leans in and kisses her. When he pulls back, she searches his eyes. He smiles at her and says unasked, “I’m Cha Do-hyun.”

He draws her close again, this time slow and deliberate. She closes her eyes — and Se-gi’s threats about messing with his woman rise in Do-hyun’s mind. He pauses, but looking into Ri-jin’s eyes, he kisses her again anyway.

COMMENTS

Aww. That happened sooner than I thought it would. I expected him to hamstring himself a least a little longer with his belief that he can ration and measure the exact distance at which he can keep her. But maybe that’s why it happened — the case against that belief has been building all episode. When she sees him at his most vulnerable and most raw, how can he expect to maintain and manage that distance?

I don’t think for a moment that he couldn’t help himself: Wanting to kiss her was spontaneous, but actually kissing her was intentional. But whether he means to follow through, that’s a different subject. Is a kiss just a kiss, or is it more? We can see that Do-hyun is no flip-flop. He’s resolute, and hasn’t budged on Chae-yeon — not just recently, but ever since he first gave up his feelings. The same determination drives his dealings with Ri-jin, but whether that will hold when it comes to kisses…we’ll have to see.

Their subway conversation was poignant and intense because it’s so clear how much it costs him to let Ri-jin be that close — that moment when his reality settled in, followed by his feelings of shame and helplessness. I can understand why he wants to draw that line between himself and Ri-jin, and why his willingness to let her in as a doctor isn’t followed by letting her in as a friend, even if the former is in some senses more intimate.

But also, it was the point where he decided there was nothing left to hide from this person who looked at him like a friend, even after seeing his demons. It’s beautiful not just because it mirrors what happens in any normal relationship — that point where maintaining an ideal image of yourself is not only futile, but also holds back the relationship — but because for him it also comes at such a greater cost and serious consequences.

Although Do-hyun gives us the most to talk about, Ri-jin’s character also deserves credit. She’s fun and real, and offsets his seriousness. I don’t think he likes her because she “challenges” him — this show is too trope-savvy for that — but with her ability to sympathize and also practically manage a situation, she creates an avenue for him to escape his castle. Because although his fortress keeps people out, its primary purpose is to keep himself in.

The best thing about this whole episode is Do-hyun’s assertion of his identity. While comical, it also marks an important shift in his character, and works at multiple levels. He is literally more assertive, which is what makes them question who he is. Hotter emotions closer to the surface made him lose composure so many times this hour, and that is an EXCELLENT development. In my head, I imagine that he’s pulling that assertiveness from Se-gi, and the more heat he taps, the more wind he takes out of Se-gi’s sails. I actually sort of miss Se-gi — by being more like him, does Do-hyun mitigate his outings? At the least, it has to be a good foundation for integrating their identities. I wonder if his rigid self-control perpetuates his problem: Because he forbids himself from properly experiencing his feelings, they internalize and feed the likelihood of raising his alters.

Speaking of which — Yo-na was worth the wait! Much of the humor in this show lies in incongruities, and Yo-na brings them all out, while also giving a nod to the more abstract questions of identity versus appearance. The way we were shown Yo-na alternately as the outward person everyone else saw (Do-hyun in his suit), against how she sees herself (lipstick and pink uniform), was both funny and effective because it was jolting. It takes a little mental work to see the teenage girl under the ajusshi crust, but ultimately, you could buy it when it’s played against her self-awareness.

This hour reveals some important pieces of the mystery, although not one of them adds up — I do expect it to add up, but right now, they are more puzzling than illuminating. For example, I reckon it’s purposely ambiguous which twin is the lost chaebol child. Does Ri-on have all the memories? I’m certain he has an actual motive in telling Do-hyun the basement-children story, and I don’t think he has it in for him (he took him to his parents and introduced him to his sister!). We don’t even know if he’s a reliable narrator — after all, he makes up stories for a living. However, whatever happened in the past, all three of them are victims. That much is clear. I wish we actually got more Ri-on, he’s such a hoot. And I take back what I said about his and Ri-jin’s unsiblingly chemistry — I think they are fabulous as siblings. Forget biology.

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I really really love this drama :)

My favorite this year :)

JS and HJE's chemistry is off-the-charts!

I still can't get over the last scene. I really didn't expect that :)

Looking forward to see Nana and Mr. X in the future episodes.

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The ending scene was so familiar looking - you know, kiss at night, with a lit structure in the background - much like their first (?) kiss in the carriage a few episodes ago. Wonder why that is.... like what significance is (night + twinkly lights in background + kisses)

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I'm not sure about the twinkly lights, but I feel like that giant statue with two people from opposite sides of a mirror(?) holds more importance. Connecting with your inner self for Do Hyun maybe?

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Now that you mention the background, I was reading this other recap in some site and they mentioned how the giant lit snowmen looked like Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters, now every time I see that scene, I can't stop laughing. Also, the structure with two men facing each other as if mirror image, it felt like the writers and directors intentionally are trying to hint at the war that is about to start between Se-Gi and Do-Hyun over Ri-Jin. The whole team is doing a great job.

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Pfft. Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. I think I'll end up staring at the snowman and comparing it with Stay Puft every time I rewatch/see clips and GIFs of that scene. XD

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I feel the same way too about that giant statue, whether its the beginning of reconciliation or war between the personalities, cant wait to know what its all about, and its still 12 episodes left...long waaaay to go...and anything can happen....*tears

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I'm emotionally ready for the roller-coaster emotional ride and may the writer continue giving us a great episode each time. Just don't make DH and RJ siblings and I'll be alright. Or else, I might end up crazier than all of DH's personalities combined.lol

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at the end of this drama I guess we are all gonna be crazier somehow...LOL...welcome to the crazy, madly but happy club ^__^

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yeah that giant statue was pretty symbolic like you said it could be se gi and Do Hyun starting reconcile or the total opposite.

@cyril i know i foresee a really crazy emotional journey till the end, im ready with my tissue box, lol i doubt the writer would make them sibling aint no body that crazy. im already feeling sad at the thought of this drama ending

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Oh doy!

Totally obvious big alert that I forgot as I was looking at the screencap. Yes, episode ended as it panned up/out to show the big lit structure - which was pretty blatant duality/interaction thing....

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Yes I agree. I don't think anything in this drama is coincidence it all seems carefully thought out.

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"nado" I'm really really love this drama. It's so hilarious and touching at the same time... it's beautiful, loving !!!<3

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I am absolutely adoring all the characters played by Ji Sung in this drama. I have to say that he is totally killing it in this roll! Thumbs up

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I agree with Do Hyun that Yo Na is the most dangerous personality. Remembered what Se Gi had done on Do Hyun's arm, ok, I can tolerate it.

But I hope Yo Na doesn't manage to get the plastic surgery,, b'coz if Do Hyun wakes up in the middle of surgery... errrr... I think it would be the most horror drama ever. :D

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in my deepest darkest scenario...could that be this kiss is a way of Do Hyun to get revenge on Se-Gi...aaaaargh, I hope this is only my own crazy thought......OMAAAA!!!

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oops sorry @Nana I push the wrong reply...-___-

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I don't think Do Hyun would kiss Ri-jin just to get revenge on Se-Gi. That is not like him.

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Me too, I don't think do hyun will do that. He already started to open up to ri Jin, and I believed that when he hears se gis warning in his mind, he's probably thinking "she's also my woman". Can't hurt the woman "we" both like, can we?

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I do hope not too, please...please...no more heartbreaking plot twist...hu..hu...huu

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I agree that Yo Na is the most dangerous.

Imagine...
Hair extensions, waxing, mani/pedi, shopping for clothes.... If she was doing any of these things and he returned in the middle.....

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I think she's dangerous because she's the most public so far. they haven't touched on how they're going to deal with all the videos taken right? did i miss anything here? when Do Hyun thanked Ri Jin at the subway station for being someone who could keep him in check and keep things secret, I was about to burst out laughing at how that was far from the truth based on how Ri Jin just handled his situation.

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OMG you got me There.....hahahaa...

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Sorry...meant to reply to Plumwine

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I was kind of confused by the plastic surgery comment to be honest. I mean they're showing scenes with her as she thinks she is - cute outfit and makeup, etc. So why doesn't she see her own face? Even when suicidal boy painted them all, they had completely different faces because they should see themselves differently. She should see Do Hyun's face when she looks in the mirror.

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When I was watching, I felt like the girly version is from Ri Jin's point of view, not Yo Na. Idk. Nobody else felt the same?

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it makes me confused too, the way they see themselves.. on Identity movie...there are several actors to play different personalities...dunno its for the sake of the drama..or this is truly one of DID symptoms....this drama make me wanna learn more about mental illness

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@Raitei044 I feel its from YN, because Perry and Se-Gi do cares about how they look too

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Shin Se Gi ur cool and all but Yo-Na owns!

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YO NA made me laugh so hard, the way she looks at Ri Jin and the way she scolds. So funny!!!

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What teenage girl doesn't rule the world?

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You're so right ;)

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OMG this episode ♥

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yaaay thank you thank you very much for the recap i just want to say that this drama is about one of the best at the moment i love it to the bones! i laugh with them and i cry with them too.
Great and funny characters like Yo Naa ♥♥ she cracked me with her fangirling attitude :D (Give the man an award already just well done ji sung you did it once again). The kiss at the end is to die for! really great story line full of fun i'm completely addicted and i can not wait to see this week's new episode.
Bring it on with Nana and Mr x

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Is it weird that i've been waiting for this recaps? Even tho' i already watch this episode..

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Nah you are not! Me too!! Can't wait for the recaps to see how other see the show!

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@Beebeestar Hahaha.. Thanks.. I thought i am the only one..

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nope, been refreshing Dramabeans since Friday! LOL!!

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Me too.. Have been waiting for this recap since last week. Pls dramabeans, don't let us wait so long!!!

This show is so powerful and I love every character portraited by everybody~

Damn good! Ji Sung wow me in this drama with his acting skills. Omg! Am I the only one noticing he looks more handsome in this drama than the other dramas? *drooling*

Is it some special ampoules or cc cream? LOL!!!

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Hahah! LOL! I guess I'm not the only one too!

@eileen: it could be the filter used in cameras or they change the tones (more technical stuff I think) after they filmed the scenes. Or maybe it's the angle used by the PD to film them. somehow I always notice MBC's camera always very bright in colors and have this moody tone on the screen.

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Forget to add: and of course, it could be just us in fan girl mode!!! HAHAHAHAHHAHA!!!

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me tooo..been stalking to every other forum that talks about KMHM...cant help myself...^__^

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Certainly not. I mean, I've watched this episode 4x already. Lol

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Recappers always bring their flavor to the thingy & point out stuff I miss. I love reading over the episode even after I watch them!

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Its great that we are still here wanting to discuss this gem of a drama almost a week after it aired :D Love this community

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This just proves how this shows' episodes stays in our minds even though almost a week has passed. I blame it all on the fun and lovely scenes..haha

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Me too., I don't have patient to wait the ep 100% subbed, so usually I watch it with like 95 - 97.5% subbed, and to complete it I'll read DB recap., lol. Although my main purpose waiting for DB recap is for evreryone's comment

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after watching Secret for several times now...I find this drama has a more intense emotion in it..in Secret you only deal with two main characters of the story.. but in KMHM you deal with 7 + 1 main characters...damn..its still Tuesday....-__-

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Actually the kiss in this episode is the one I wanted to see in Secret. And I loved that show.

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I agree the first kiss in secret was to forced it was actually uncomfortable to watch. I understand that it went with the story, but still, it should have been tender and sweet, just like this one.

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I loved the last kiss in Secret :) or at least i think that was the last. the one in the bakery :)

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totally! I hope this drama will make up for all those things that we wanted to see from both of them in Secret but didn't.

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agreee...just a thought..that first kiss in secret...I feel that its one of the most intense and memorable scene of the drama...and MY crying in the car after that when he finally realizes how much he loves YJ....its so deeep...his expression is so sureal....moral of the story...When Love and Hate Collide ^__^

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I actually like that scene too.Although the first seconds of it were kind of disturbing,I like the part when Jisung on his knees(partly/seemingly) kissed HJE <3

that "I'm Cha Do Hyun" line was killin' me whoa ♥*♥

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yeah i feel like we will be seeing everything we wanted to see in secret between these two here, even though secret did offer up lots of things to, that was a very intense and melo so its awesome to get rom com with ji sung and jung eum and all the cuteness, and flirting and of course intense emotions as well.

@lara4liwa totally, i loved the way he loved her, what girl wouldnt want a guy be loved so much like that and the way he would look at her *swoons*

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OMO OMO OMO
it is here. OMG

I dont even know how and what. to say. or if any.

just....bladder failure, you know. ahahaaa I seriously.... thought I was going to lose it. So outrageously funny, and embarrassing. OPPAAAA! oh gosh Ji Sung it is going to haunt you for the rest of your life.

just wait till I catch my breath.

I LOVED THIS EPISODE.

and Apsala was back! You die, I die....

Everything was brilliant, from Ri On´s guessing game with the secretary and Do Hyun to Yo Na omg when Ki Joon and granny see these photos he is gonna get it, but at least he wasn´t REALLY in a pink uniform. though I don´t know how much difference it makes. I want to collect all those damn phones, seriously, modern people don´t have any respect towards other people. I mean, DH is a stranger to them, cant they think before they take pictures that might ruin his life. but then, tehy dont know the harm it might do. but then, when has anything good ever come out of pictures taken without permission?

I dont make much sense, do I

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and ... "Pieaace!" jesus
ep 9 is gonna kill me for sure.
I just cant

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and the way Ri Jin STARED was like... "whose nightmare is this? Where am I? Is THIS his real nature? Mom... MOM!??"

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This was the BEST episode ever! I couldn't stop laughing!

I wonder how many takes they did b/c if I were HJE, I wouldn't have been able to keep it together while watching JS go all out!

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to be honest, this time it was the stereotypical teenage girl, with pink and oppas and stuff but they are so not ALL like that. But I guess Yo Na HAS to be a stereotypical opposite of Yo Sub (I wonder if there is any twin bickering, and if it means DH has a twin in real life....

But I think I would not say she is a manager of SUFFERING, I guess it would be more accurate to call her a manager of STRESS, even just to differenciate her from Se Gi. Se Gi manages physical suffering, fear and danger, Yo Na the mentally straining and fearful situations, like the fear of being exposed to the family as a "psycho". So "suffering" is a little misleading. Stress would be more accurate, IMPO

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so I am still not making much sense can you blame me. Yo Na has to be this carefree, stress-free, "my only worry is a pimple!" which is forgotten in 2 seconds as well kinda person while Yo Sub carries the weight of the world and Do Hyun was, in the start, a person who was afraid to feel anything. I guess he is learning to express both negative and positive feelings now, showing a bit of every personality in himself

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@Redfox so agree with all ur insightful comments...^__^

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to be fair all his alters are not 'full' people per se, they each only contain a facet of his personality so i guess it would follow that each of their 'personality' would be quite extreme/stereotypical as they don't have the full spectrum of emotions and reasoning to balance out their tendencies. idk if i'm making sense here haha

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that is true, and you do still make sense. for now, but I guess if this show continues, I dont know what will happen to all our articulation. I am already heading back into caveman state, soon I wont be able to say anything more than "Huu! Huu! Huhuu!"

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" soon I wont be able to say anything more than “Huu! Huu! Huhuu!”....bwahahahahaha....you gonna make me die laughing

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"But I think I would not say she is a manager of SUFFERING"

I wonder if those were accurate subs?

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also, Saya, could you please tell us where you got the stitches and how much did they cost cause I think I need to go there too. was it general anesthesia or local? and how long will it take to get them removed, or is it better to wait till the drama has ended?

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The Healer Hospital takes all patients! They only demand your heart in payment, and you can pay in twice-weekly instalments. But they're also only open one more week :(

After that, the only place you'll have any luck is the Yo-na Sasaeng Hospital for Swooning Women (they're all mad there), but they have a waiting list longer than Lee Jong-seok's unecessarily long leg.

Such is the life of a fangirl.

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LOL LOL LOL

... uh... I guess I am doomed either way.

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Oh man! LOL :)

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LOL Saya you crack me up xD

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GAH, I LOVE IT SO MUCH.

AHN YONA IS FREAKIN AMAZING !!!
Seriously, Ji Sung for the real. THANK GOD THAT ACTORS BEFORE HIM REJECTED IT ! Sorry for the caps, I can't keep my happiness !! I love this show so muuuuc.
I gotta say that during Ahn Yona scenes, the chemistry between Hwang Jung Eum and him were great. Not chemistry as romance but like synergy between characters. Like, has it be another actress, I don't think it would have worked that well. Those two need to get paired for whatever KDramas. And seeing how KMLM is a success, I am pretty sure that tons of PDs are going to flood them with scripts, haha.

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lol oh i hope so, what are the chances they get paired up again, the secret couple. i read some people saying JS and HJE are like a brand now put them in a drama and success haha. honestly we are lucky to get these two in a melo romance which was addictive as hell and the chemistry was amazing as well as the romance and a rom com, a unique one at that which has been awesome from the get go, chemistry and all. we get the best of both worlds in two awesome dramas, if they ever get together again in another drama that would be amazing.

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If JS and HJE couple are casted again for Mask (upcoming drama directed by Secret Love director), my life will be complete. Manse!

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haha..me too :)

But too bad, Ji Sung is now a dad and he should be by LBY's side after KMHM ends and Hwang Jung Eum on the other hand really needs a decent break now after her recent drama "Endless love" she barely had a break and now she's in KMHM.

But another equally swooning drama is always welcome for us if it's the two of them together again right? :)

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I don't mind if they're not casted soon. I just want them! I can wait anytime long. Haha... as long as I don't become an old ajhumma whilst waiting :P

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yup, as much as i would love for them to be cast, jung eum need a serious break and ji sung needs spend time with bo young and his baby for a little bit. i can also wait for as long it takes for these two to get cast again.

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Just saw the rating. So happy for them. It must take a lot of guts to do a project that everyone turned down and knowing the power of Binnie.

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true, im glad these two took it up and im sure knowing each other were cast made them more willing. but it must have been hard since literally everyone labelled the show a trainwreck and a mess with behind the scenes issue of everyone dropping it. im glad they worked hard and got the success

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@CutiieAngiie

Yes, thanks the actors & actresses who turned it down.

Have anyone seen this fancam gif? It's Yo-na holding a selfie stick =)).

http://ww2.sinaimg.cn/large/005KH3gdjw1eojm02keoag307q077qv6.gif

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Thanks saya for taking your time to write the recap that is just in time for a quick recap before the next epsiode is aired. :D

I love Yona. Haha. She is going to top the personalities in Do Hyun. I laughed hysterically at her appearance.

It is a cleverly written script and the actors and actresses are the icing on cake. everything about it is so entertaining and comedic.

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Yo-na. Lee Seung Gi's girlfriend, who was confirmed as the male lead for KMHM before he wasn't confirmed as the male lead, is Yoona from the KPop girl group Girl's Generation.

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I want more Ahn Yo Na!!!

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i really love this episode.. well this whole series actually. it was a sweet surprise from a drama that was deemed to become a "train-wreck" at first.

when i was just thinking if i would watch this show at first, i tried watching an episode and skipped into the parts that would get my attention.. and what do you know.. Perry Park got me at the end part of episode 2. :D it wowed me how Ji Sung got a grasp of this role immediately within just seconds, i guess. well he IS an actor but not all actors can pull something like this off. Ji Sung is amazing and he leaves me anticipating what his other identities would be like. so far there's Shin SeGi and his hot guyliner, ajusshi Perry Park, Ahn Yo Sub and his suicidal tendencies, and now there's pretty Ahn Yo Na and her fan girling. this drama is so fun to watch, can't wait for the next episodes and the next identities to appear. bring it on, Show! :D

by the way, thank you for the recaps Saya. :)

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I was refreshing the whole day like crazy stalker haha... Finally it's here thank you Saya for the recaps :) off to read ?

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Thanks for the recap, Saya! So much appreciate it!
Ji Sung FTW!! He deserve 7 awards for all his characters!
And HJE too! Love her so much.
Cant wait for eps 9..

Peaaace!!

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Peaaaaaace!!! ^__^

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Peaaace!

and Hwang Jung Eum got me several times this ep especially when her eyes turned into two moons at the money transferred to her account and her staring at "Yo Na". and the "Shin Se Gi???"

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"Peace!" Haha, thought I was the only one dying of laughter with Nana's cute onesie, her spin and the peace-sign at the end. Can't wait for episode 9.

You're right. I didn't watch Secret because of the second lead (not a fan of him at all), but I can agree that JS and HGE are golden together. Phew! Their on-screen rapport chemistry is exciting and memorable.

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Thanks saya for amazing recap!!

So far my fave episode, yo na is a hoot and ji sung is awesome in his portrayal. One of my fave drama aside from H2H and healer!!

Way to go KMHM!!

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just how many kisses are we getting in this show?! lol it almost rivals healer. although with all intents and purposes they were done with 'multiple' people haha

yo na and ri on should get together one day and fangirl away lmao they'd be a riot

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lol i think its good to get more then one or 2 kisses in a drama and that to in many variations. its super satisfying :D

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Ohh, good point. I don't suppose Shin Se Gi world try to kiss her again. Like who kisses better? Let the Kissing War begin!

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KMHM has been such a great drama thus far. Each scene was not wasted to make a connection elsewhere. I really liked how it all tied in. The scene where they were in the basement and she was pointing at him, which made him pull her in for an almost kiss, was rewarded this time around, where he followed through. It's like, he wasn't sure at first (as he kept questioning himself that episode) and now he was . Also, for the first 5-6 episodes he kept remembering Ri-jin's words (what's your name?) and now he is assertive and claims his name. It's weird because Ri-on is supposedly the second lead, but I think he's become more like a third lead cos Do Hyun and Se-gi has taken one and two. Is it still second-lead-syndrome when it's played by the same person? XD

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it is second lead syndrome, because Ji Sung makes them all into different people for real.
my head cannot compute his transformations, they are so 100%

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bwahahaha!!! so... poor Ri-on has become sixth lead cos at least Nana and Yona don't count as Ri-jin's romantic interests....RIGHT?! X'D PLOT TWIST!

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LOL...you are so right

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Why there is no 'like' button for your comment? Hahaha.. Poor RiOn..

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I nearly choked reading this comment, bravo!

I'm quite firmly on the first lead ship here, though - even when you consider that the second lead is Se-gi who looks really great with black eyeliner. No second lead syndrome here!

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perfectly put, this whole drama is great, i didnt notice but now you pointed it out and im like ahhhh omg, i love how it connects and they tie things in this drama. like your right things arent wasted, everything is perfectly placed in this drama to be used later on in one way or another wither thats sooner or later. and yup it feels like 2nd lead syndrome with the same person lol.

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Best. Episode. Ever! Ji Sung is golden as Ahn Yo Na. The rolling of eyes, sassy attitude, "Oppa" swooning... that run!! Haha, I had to pause the scenes just to catch my breath. What a handful!!
That double kiss at the end really threw me for a loop. Spent an hour discussing this drama with one of my bffs. Can't wait for tomorrow's episode. The preview of Nana's appearance is gonna be too cute. "Peace!"

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HJE's portrayal of Ri Jin though loud, sometimes obnoxious but overall grounded in reality has had me from day one. She has made me laugh so much throughout this series with her contorted faces and screeching (annoying at times). So glad this show introduced me to her and I will seek out her other dramas.

I've said it before and I'll say it again, JS can act! He transitions from one personality to another so effortlessly. The only other show I watched of his is "Protect the Boss" and I really liked him in that, too.

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Thanks for the lovely recap!!!!
Love the point that CDH keeps reaffirming his name. It is funny. It is poignant. It is reassuring. It works on so many levels.

The YN scenes weren't just funny, they were funny 30X after watching the first time. It just kept coming at us, I had to stop to breathe a little. The cat-fight - look at JS and HJE expressions - they are SOOOO into it. It was perfect.

And the kiss, with the challenge to SG, THAT was awesome.

Here is my fanvideo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8J5MWvJodD8

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Jomo, loved your video.

Just like Bogie and Bacall, these two can be a franchise.

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I was thinking the same thing. Keep them together.
Taiwanese dramas do it all the time.

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Yes, a hundred thousand times to this! The two are magical together and all the bts videos show that they're hard workers who build off each other really well. While I'd love to see him in a drama with his real-life sassy wife (why doesn't that happen in Kdramaland?) these two should definitely become a team. Not only do they have the acting chops, but whew! (*fans self*) talk about chemistry.

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imagine them as a pair of investigators a la Mulder and Scully.
now I suddenly really want to see them as retro style detectives. campy suits them so well.
agent 88 and stuff

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Thank you. I may be able to last the next 24 hrs now.

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Great song :D

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honestly i really really really love this drama. its just its so amazing like you said it grounds itself in its own reality, its comical but has depth and complexity and takes the struggle of do hyun seriously. and i love how ri jin is actually very smart, understanding and sympathetic. she is doing exactly what she is supposed to be doing and everyone hoped for, to help piece himself together and make a bigger picture also she has so much agency and she is a no nonsense person when it comes to do hyun. that just makes me so happy, its like yessssss.

another thing i was researching DID and came across a person who has experience in the field of psych and pretty much helps me confirm that this show has done its research and has incorporated the psych aspect really well. im just really impressed cause one story i read was of a women named ruth dee with 9 alts and her story echoed that of whats been shown in KMHM and i was like wow.

also the kiss my jaw legit dropped, i wasnt expecting it, well ind off, it was a surprise but given everything leading up to it and that whole convo, i could feel what do hyun must have been feeling that led him to kiss her, like i got it and i loved it, he took charge yaya.

also whats awesome is, is that we are given clues but like you said cant piece the together, which i am happy with it, all the more fun cause it makes it more unpredictable and more of a twist. also loving ri on.

this ep was seriously hilarious, i love ri jin and do hyun relationship and the chemistry is off the charts with ji sung and jung eum its ridiculous. ji sung by the way nailed yo na, my god his acting skills are great. anyways i loved the ep and i love you recaps/review cause you really have wonderful insight. cant wait to read this weeks.

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Bell, thanks for sharing. Interesting indeed. You made me curious so I've just googled on Ruth Dee. Seems like people with DID will tend to have a suicidal personality but they will not hurt other peole. Just like what Secretary Ahn said about Se-Gi.

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im glad i made you curious, i came across a article which had her interview and it was in depth, but unfortunately i didnt save it, im gonna try looking for it again because it was really an eye opener. yeah people with DID have some pretty dangerous alts, mostly self destructive ones. and right on about sec ahn and se gi

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Wow I just read an interview with Ruth Dee, and I find it really sad, but also interesting as well. Like when she mentioned her speaking in baby talk but it's really her alter. I kept on seeing scenes of Ji Sung appearing as Yo Na before me.

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Anyone else notice the spit-take scene? They must've filmed it several times, but some shots, Do Hyun's sweater isn't wet and some shots it is. Especially after she spits on him, he's just wiping nothing....

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really i didnt notice it gotta check it again. also what about that scene when she gets cramps in her leg and he sits her down and that whole scene seemed like it was ji sung and jung eum then do hyun and ri jin, i was just grinning from ear to ear, it made me super happy to watch that.

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I didn't quite understand the part when Do Hyun wanted to massage her feet and said he's imitating Se Gi. Can someone enlighten me? Is he saying Se Gi is a romantic? Which from ep 5, he kinda is a romantic...

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I think that was an improv on his part.
Since DH hasn't been as physically forthcoming as SG, he pretended he was DH impersonating DH.

It was genius.

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Thanks, jomo. But he (who? DH?) "pretended he was DH impersonating DH" got me more confused...

But it's ok... i shouldn't be thinking too much ;)

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Oops! He was DH impersonating SG!

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I think it's Hwang Jung Eum and Ji Sung too..

Maybe HJE is ticklish because it's obviously her true reaction and not her characters.

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Yeah,. But we all know those scenes are all welcome especially if they're from our beloved OTP :) :) :)

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of course, i was confused at first but then im like this is awesome, look at my otp, such cuties. i think it was ad lib which hey more the merrier i say.

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Her smile during that scene was so genuine! And Ji Sung was just adorable. I'm really glad they chose to keep that in

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totally! That's a bonus for us viewers :)

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It did seem like an ad lib with their smiles and grins. But I think the idea was that DH was impersonating SG, who is always ready to make RJ feel better. Thus, the massage for her 'cramp'. It was sweet of him (Ji Sung or DH lol)

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Thank you for the recap! I'm glad I can stop stalking this website for now! ?
I like what you said about DH showing his real personality this episode. With his guard down, DH is an assertive, charming and cool guy. That's pretty hot. I think you're right in saying that the more he expresses himself, the more he "diffuses" the other personalities.
As much as I want DH to be whole, I'm glad this process will take a while cause im loving the other personalities. Yo na was a hoot! I almost peed my pants watching her.
Side note: what's Perry Park's trigger?

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Perry Park: adrenaline? excitement? or avoiding duties

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Maybe anxiety (ep2: jacket/kidnap)? Heart beating fast (ep5: after the kiss)? No idea why Perry appeared while on the plane though...

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The word boat?

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nope, you say "boat!" when Perry is already out. like you are training a dog. good, perry, remember - boat! - now roll over! Boat!

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"what’s Perry Park’s trigger?"

I wanna know too!!

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I think it is stress.

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I think it's nervous. When he is under extreme nervous (cos he mention his heart is beating very fast). :/

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I think it's excitement induced stressed. LOL

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hahaha.. I love how my heart fluttered in this episode <3

This show really has emotionally invested in me. It awakened my inner younger self with it's realistic modern day fairy tale plot and I don't mind the roller-coaster ride of emotions with each scene because the actors are totally digging it.

The ending scene was soooooooooo romantic for me :)
The way DH still kissed her despite Se Gi's warning, I was amazed by his bravery.Later, it'll be no surprise for me if ever SSG is the first one of the alters to be overtaken by DH.

Another thing is that I really love the high school scenes of Ri On and Ri Jin :)

I just hoped that It was longer because I really love their interaction as siblings~

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Oh! I forgot the running-into-the-pole scene of Yo Na. Lol to that. I was laughing the whole time she was on screen and wished that her scene was longer but hey, we still got 12 episodes and as much as I want to see Se Gi, Can I say that I love all of the alters? <3 <3 <3

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Thanks for the recap, Saya! I like this line that you wrote: Because although his fortress keeps people out, its primary purpose is to keep himself in.

Ri-Jin seems to miss Se-Gi, eh? Ha, I've never noticed it until she said it, that as much as she seems to be scared of Se-Gi sometimes, Se-Gi really would respond to her questions.

My fav ep so far! Would be awesome if Won Bin has a cameo!

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there should be a Park Bo Young cameo like maybe as a producer who nabs the rights to Ri Ons´book from Do Hyun, it would be hilarious and he could only say: "ok. yes, ok. I understand. Ok." and sigh and say that producer lady is invincible.

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Did you mean Lee Bo Young, Ji Sung's wife?

If LBY, I think it would be unlikely... I've the impression that JS & LBY don't "meddle" (sorry, can't think of a better word) in each other's work...

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Not to mention, Lee Bo-young is pregnant - not a time to be hanging around a drama set in who knows what working conditions! Even Pinocchio only got a voice cameo from her for that reason.

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they both work professional but doesn't want to involve (i mean shown, can't get another word )
and maybe i am wrong but i have heard they laugh at each other kissing scene

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That fortress line caught my eye too!! That was a good line!!!!

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I am so worried about the pictures (or video) of Yo Na fighting with RJ though....

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you are not alone, that scene is captured by so many camera

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