April’s TV Drama pilot episode screenings at the KCC

by Events Editor on 16 March, 2015

in Event Notices, KCCUK, TV shows

The pilot episode screenings for April have been announced. RSVP to KCCUK at 0207 044 2600 or info@kccuk.org.uk to register.

April TV Drama screenings

Date / Time: Thursday 2 April 2015 / 19:00~22:00
Venue: KCCUK Multi-purpose Hall

Kill Me, Heal Me (킬미, 힐미)

Broadcasting: MBC (07.01-12.03.2015), 20 episodes
Production: Pan Entertainment, Huace Media
Cast: Ji Sung, Hwang Jung-eum

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Synopsis: Cha Do-hyun (Ji Sung) is a third generation heir to a Korean chaebol. As to protect himself from a childhood trauma, he develops a dissociate identity disorder also known as multiple identity disorder. Six new personalities successively take possession of his body: Sin Se-gi, Perry Park, An Yo-seob, An Yo-na, Nana and Mysterious X. To gain back control over his life, he secretly asks the help of Oh Ri-jin (Hwang Jung-eum), a first year resident in psychiatry, who turns out to have a personality way different than her charming and innocent appearance may suggest. Ri-jin’s twin brother is a renowned detective novel writer and through Do-hyun gains access to the secrets of the “almightys”.

Good Doctor (굿 닥터)

Broadcasting: KBS2 (05.08-08.10.2013), 20 episodes
Production: Logos Film
Cast: Joo Won, Moon Chae-won, Joo Sang-wook

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Synopsis: Park Si-on suffers from autism and mental disorder. Despite his mental age being of 10 years old, he also has a savant syndrome, source of his exceptional abilities in the medical field and gate to a career as a pediatric surgeon. Since an event occurred in his childhood, Si-on has wished to become a doctor. Witness of his out-of-the-ordinary abilities, hospital director Choi Wu-seok will try everything to have him among his staff. The board of administration being against Si-on becoming resident, Choi bets his position on a 6-month trial period during which the unusual doctor will have to prove he is up to the task. Constantly criticized by fellow surgeon Kim Do-han (Joo Sang-wook), his challenges will become even greater as he falls in love with his mentor, surgeon Cha Yoon-seo (Moon Chae-won).

Good Doctor was the second Korean drama to be picked up for a U.S. remake, for CBS.

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