Eccho Rights have signed a deal with Pan Entertainment in Korea to add Kill Me Heal Me to their catalogue of scripted formats. The deal was completed at this week’s BCWW taking place in Seoul.
The series follows the fortunes of a young man struggling with dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality disorder) and the relationships that develop between his different selves and his secret psychiatrist. First released in 2015, the original was very popular on MBC and won several Korean TV awards.
The script joins a number of other Korean titles in the Eccho Rights line up. “We have close relationships with a number of Korean producers and we are thrilled to confirm another alliance with Pan Entertainment,” says Nixon Yau Lim, Head Of Asia Pacific at Eccho Rights.
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