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|Posted by: Central Noah Apr 14 2018, 11:19 PM|
Korean dramas are famous not only for their technical quality, but also for the talent of their actors and variety of topics addressed in the scripts. Knows 5 psychological doramas that have in their history, characters that deal in some way with mental disorders.
Kill Me Heal Me
Cha Del Hyun (Ji Sung) has a childhood trauma that greatly influences his life. Because of this trauma, he developed a dissociative identity disorder (also called dual personality disorder or multiple personality disorder). Therefore there are different personalities within him that appear as certain situations occur in his life. De Hyun ends up falling in love with Oh Ri Jin (Hwang Jung Eum), a resident psychiatrist and the strength of that love can help her deal with her disorder.
An arrogant actor, a beginning writer and a crazy producer join to make a radio program. And everything could go wrong with this combination.
Ji Soo Ho (Yoon Do Joon) is a very famous actor of dramas and movies. He has a family that for the press and the public, is a model family. But what nobody knows is that the same family has many problems. They influence Soo Ho's life, making him suffer a lot.
Song Geu Rim (Kim Soo Hyun) is a script assistant on a radio show. Her dream was always to be the main screenwriter, but she always suffered psychological abuse from her boss. Now that Geu Rim achieves his desired opportunity, he goes to work with a troublesome actor and a pretty crazy producer, Lee Gang (Yoon Park).
As a child he faces many challenges in his life due to his condition. However, this did not stop him from realizing his dream of being a pediatric surgeon. In his work environment he faces several conflicts.
Choi Soo Hyun (Sung Joon) is a psychotherapist who believes in the nonexistence of love. Soo Hyun and Hye Rim do not get along from the first time they met but they will have to respect each other when Soo Hyun decided to open his clinic on the Hye Rim café. In addition to addressing the subject of psychological doramas, this drama has a bit of comedy and also addresses supernatural issues.
It's Okay That's Love
Ji Hae Soo (Gong Hyo Jin) is a psychiatrist in her first year. Ambitious and brave, is a professional copy. Your love life is not going well. Hae Soo has trouble relating to someone because of a sexual phobia developed under a past trauma. They end up getting closer after Hae Soo participates in a program with Jae Yeol and that encounter will bring great changes to the lives of both.