Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)
Kilmi, hilmi (original title)
20 episodes

A love story between the son from a wealthy family who has 7 personalities Cha Do Hyun (Ji Sung) and Oh Ri Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) who becomes his secret psychiatrist.

It took me a considerable three years to finally start watching this k-drama, and I have my knowledgeable colleague, who is well-versed in k-dramas, to thank for recommending it. Once I began, I was completely engrossed, finishing the entire series in just two days, as I couldn't resist watching the next episode.

The lead actor's portrayal of different characters and personalities was simply exceptional, deserving a perfect 10/10 rating. His ability to seamlessly switch between extreme opposites left me in awe. Ji Sung's acting prowess, combined with the compelling storyline, overshadowed my annoyance with the female lead's over-acting screams, allowing me to thoroughly enjoy the drama.

Intriguingly, while watching the series, I discovered that the feeling or state I previously experienced is called hyperventilation. I used to dread this sensation of breathlessness, feeling as though I was close to death each time. However, the knowledge gained from the drama has empowered me to understand and cope with the condition, giving me a newfound sense of control. Overall, the drama proved to be a deeply engaging and enlightening experience, thanks to the remarkable performances and insightful storytelling.