Last night was the last episode of ‘Kill Me, Heal Me’ ending on a heartwarming note. ’Kill Me, Heal Me’ is without a doubt my favourite K-drama of the year with a great script, amazing directing and the outstanding acting of the whole team, from the leads to the supporting characters, that brought this story to life.
Ji Sung was brilliant playing every one of the seven personalities, making each and every one of them memorable. My personal favourite are Shin Se Ki and Ahn Yo Na, but Cha Do Hyun really stood out and won the hearts with his sweet kindness. Saying goodbye to them, as each of the personalities found some peace and took their leave, proved to be very emotional and left a strong impact.
As ‘Kill Me, Heal Me’ came to an end, the cast of the drama attended a showing of the last episode and drama wrap party, where male lead Ji Sung shared his thoughts on the drama saying “You can think of ‘Kill Me, Heal Me’ as just another drama, but I hope that people were able to have that vicarious satisfaction and a feeling of healing through the drama. That is one of the reason why I chose this drama.” He touchingly finished with a much loved sentence from the drama “Remember right now, March 12, right this moment.”
The drama was fantastic and it deserved the gathered critical and popular acclaim for its quality. Saying goodbye to ‘Kill Me, Heal Me’ I walk away feeling appreciation as I enjoyed it all the way. If you haven’t watched the drama yet, I recommend it wholeheartedly.