킬미, 힐미 (Kill Me Heal Me Revelations)

What’s in a name?

For Cha Do Hyun,well..it’s everything!

For someone who lives with a number of uncontrollable alters inside, his name strongly establishes his identity in the real world. But what if the one thing he thought he has left doesn’t even belong to him. More so,he has deeply hurt another person in the process of acquiring it.

“I like you a lot,Cha Do Hyun.”

She clearly confessed her feelings for him! Not for any of his alters, and not for anyone else. Now even the name that he holds dear has turned into a reminder of their dreadful past and his guilt over the abuse that the real Cha Do Hyun had to go through in the hands of their twisted household.

Whenever one of his personalities take over, Oh Ri Jin’s voice, crying out his name, echoes through his subconscious and urges him to return. She believes that somewhere in the dark abyss, Cha Do Hyun exists.

Oh Ri Jin’s simple question has a powerful effect. The fact that her real name has been taken away doesn’t totally upset her since she knows that she’s blessed to have a family to rely on. What deeply depresses her is the thought that taking her name back would mean stripping Do Hyun off all his possessions.

Shin Se Gi was right when he said that Cha Do Hyun isn’t strong enough to get his memories back. The trauma was just so unbearable, it shattered an innocent child into pieces. Even as a viewer, it’s hard to watch him remember those heartbreaking events.

And once again, Cha Do Hyun Joon Young must face his reality alone. And Grandma didn’t hesitate to drop the bomb in one go. Fortunately or unfortunately, it seems that the strong alter is back to handle the truth that he can’t face head-on.

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