01 Feb 2015

Episode 8 Review: Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

As i stated in my previous review/recap, the 7th episode announced the end of Kill Me, Heal Me’s first circle. As it was reaching its end, Ri Jin’s presence at Do Hyun’s house instead of flying to the US started showing shyly the direction of the drama’s second and major

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30 Jan 2015

Episode 7 Review: Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

Knock knock! Who’s there? Know Kwon in zombie mode! You sit for an exam, you can’t be sure whether you passed it or not and you’re waiting for the grades to come out. However, the vibes feel positive and you’re hopeful for the final outcome to a bright extent dare

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25 Jan 2015

Episode 7 Preview: Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

Kill Me, Heal Me never ceases impressing and the 6th episode was the natural continuation of the 5th one, leaving the best of impressions and tightening the ever-growing bonds with its audience. The moment Yo Sub appeared wasn’t random, in fact, it was the perfect moment. Do Hyun had found

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24 Jan 2015

Episode 6 Review: Kill Me Heal Me (2015)

As i’m six episodes deep inside this drama’s world, i have to admit that it was the perfect way for 2015 to open up its drama curtains. Kill Me, Heal Me made a powerful entrance and ever since it only gets better to the point i have really no idea

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22 Jan 2015

Episode 5 Review: Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

Dear production, broadcast network, director, screenwriter, actresses, actors, staff and unforgiving ahjussi in the portrait, having watched the fifth episode i feel threatened. It was a crime against humanity, well, at least the part of it that watches South Korean dramas. The only thing i remember was someone shouting “fire

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17 Jan 2015

Episode 4 Review: Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

– Aye, what do you see, sailor? – Aye, feels, captain, feels! – We’re effed! – *.* {strawberry eyes – falls off the mast} – Sailor…? – *.* {strawberry eyes – doesn’t move} – *.* {just strawberry eyes – doesn’t move either} ♫…yo, ho, ho, without a bottle of rum…♬

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16 Jan 2015

Episode 3 Review: Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

And a moral yet demented modern South Korean equivalent of Nero is here, Perry Park! He’s so happy while searching and eventually finding his clothes he’s blending in his very own tune! It’s like a drunkard’s song, so imagine the way he would sing had he drank soju or wine

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