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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12 Jan 2015

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

Perry Park seems to be one of a kind. Just like Nero burnt down Rome, Perry Park draws the same amount of pleasure, on a smaller scale, from explosions and hi-tech explosive mechanisms he creates on his own. A lunatic smile adorns his face and he’s ready to unleash his

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12 Jan 2015

First Impressions: Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

Nothing is more inspiring than the drama itself when it comes to writing down your thoughts, yet strictly writing about it would make the overall process feel incomplete. It would be something like watching an episode raw, without subtitles. Nothing is more inspiring than the drama itself when it comes

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12 Jan 2015

Episode 2 Review: Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

And what was left unfinished by the end of the first episode reaches completion at the beginning of the second one. Se Gi takes good care of the cowardly bathroom guy and everything gets back to normal once again. Approaching Ri Jin is a one-way road! His player self expands

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12 Jan 2015

Episode 1 Review: Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

So, Kill Me, Heal Me is here and it spread its wings in an unexpectedly pleasant way. And it has various elements that intend to make the overall scenery pretty complex. The fact itself that the main male lead has seven personalities is enough proof. Multiple personality disorder aside, there

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