Hi Everyone, I had my first two heart ablations in 2012 and 2014, at a hospital in the USA. After the two ablations, I continued to go into Tachycardia. The hospital in California, finally after two failed ablations, asked me if I would consider having the nerves to my heart cut. I didn't like the idea of cutting nerves to my heart. Upon having another tachycardia attack, I was taken by ambulance to Severance Hospital, in Seoul, Korea. At Severance Hospital, in Seoul, Korea, the doctor decided to do heart ablation. The ablation slowed my tachycardia, but didn't stop it. The doctor (Cardiologist) then done a second ablation. This would be my fourth ablation counting the two heart ablations done in California. The fourth ablation slowed my tachycardia to 140 heart beats per minute. The doctor at Severance, waited 4 days and decided to do a fifth ablation without putting me to sleep. After the fifth ablation which took over 8 hours, (very painful) I was placed in ICU for recovery. Approx 5 days later I was discharged from Severance Hospital. For the past two months I've had no pain and my heart is beating like it's new. The young doctor at Severance Hospital (38 years old) is the most amazing doctor (Cardiologist) I ever met. Doing the ablations with my wide awake on the operating table, was the most incredible medical procedure I ever encountered. The doctor explained if I was asleep during the ablation procedure, most likely, the source of the Tachycardia would never be found. Thank you Severance Hospital, for the best medial care ever. Thank You Doctor Kim, You are not only incredible, you are amazing!