“Fix you”Has reached his half-time mark and is now trying to improve his healing ability even further!
The first half of this heartwarming drama focused on the fateful relationship between psychiatrist Lee Shi Joon (Shin Ha Kyun) and music actress Han Woo Joo (Jung So Min) as well as the remaining doctors and patients at Eunkang Hospital. As the drama moves into the second half, here are some key points and storylines to look forward to!
The development of doctors Shin Ha Kyun, Tae In Ho and Park Ye Jin
What the three main psychiatrists have in common is that they all keep their luggage in their hearts for the rest of their lives. Lee Shi Joon suffers from PTSD after his ex-girlfriend passed away eight years earlier. He also has a lot of pain and trauma from his father Lee Taek Kyung (Choi Jung Woo) who suffers from dementia.
Although In Dong Hyuk (Tae In Ho) is Shi Joon’s best friend, he has a slight inferiority complex. This is particularly often the case when he shockingly reveals that his mother cut off his toes as a child and later regularly takes a mysterious pill.
In the second half, Ji Young Won (Park Ye Jin) will experience a crisis that will shock everyone. Although the phrase will lead to some dramatic emotions, it will also have time to think about yourself as a psychiatrist.
Shin Ha Kyun and Jung So Min as “healing” partners
Shi Joon and Woo Joo meet for the first time through Cha Dong Il (Kim Dong Young) who is a patient with delusional disorder. Later, Ji Young asks Won Shi Joon to take care of Woo Joo and begin their journey as “healing” companions. However, the two encountered a bump when Shi Joon found that Woo Joo has a borderline personality disorder, just like his ex-girlfriend.
Although they initially have a mismatched relationship, the two understand each other more and more. In episodes 15 and 16, Shi Joon emotionally shares that he has accepted that his relationship with his ex-girlfriend has had an impact on his response to Woo Joo and her treatment, and arouses anticipation of how the two will comfort each other will.
Representations of even more mental health problems
“Fix You” has told up to half of stories about delusional disorders, eating disorders, schizophrenia, paraphilia, voyeurism, Tourette’s syndrome, panic disorder, intermittent explosive disorder, borderline personality disorder and more, and at the same time introduced Shi Joon’s special methods of treatment.
In the upcoming episodes, the drama will focus on an even wider variety of mental health problems such as PTSD, depression, and drug addiction. By introducing a comprehensive representation of mental health, “Fix You” wants to offer viewers comfort and the opportunity to relate to the scenarios.
“Fix You” begins its second half on June 3rd at 10pm. KST.
Check out last week’s episode below!
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