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I feel like I’m gonna go crazy today because of Kim Soohyun’s face




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1.Woah he’s so handsome!


2.I just keep thinking about how handsome Kim Soohyun is whenever he comes out when I’m watching the drama


3.Crazy! He’s f***ing handsome, how is it possible that he’s only getting more and more handsome as time goes by


4.I envy you cause you’re so good looking… You must feel so good whenever you look in the mirror


5.Oh! My heart’s beating so fast!


6.You’ll go even crazier if you watch the video


7.But he still looks so young even after coming back from military


8.Our Kang Tae looks like a totally different person with his hair styled differentlyㅋㅋㅋ


9….Just how charming can he get? …. He’s so handsome!


10.Even as woman in my 30s, I almost fainted because of how handsome Kim Soohyun looks


11.He’s looks f***ing handsome with Kang Tae’s styling, but this is a different type of handsome!!


12.That face+ his amazing acting skills…. Phew!


13.There’s a lot of handsome people out there, but this kind of aura, this kind of charm can’t be found anywhere. He’s a unique top star!


14.How come he didn’t get older after coming back from military?


15.Woah, seriously, he’s so good-looking…. I wonder how would it feel like to live with such a face….


Src: https://k-communities.com/2020/07/14/i-feel-like-im-gonna-go-crazy-today-because-of-kim-soohyuns-face/

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Kim Soo Hyun's style in It's Okay To Not Be Okay













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From Gold Medalist







Kim Soo Hyun has reached 5M followers in his official IG account :heart:








Sketch of Kim Soo Hyun 





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It’s Okay To Not Be Okay Rank 6th In TV Shows World Ranking in Netflix


The popularity of It’s Okay To Not Be Okay is now unstoppable!


The drama lead by Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji are getting much attention in Netflix not just in Korea but also in Asia and South America.


On July 13th, the drama holds the rank 6th popularity record in worldwide ranking, in Netflix. Netflix is accessible in 190 countries worldwide.


It’s Okay To Not Be Okay also tops in the country popularity in Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Hong Kong. It also rank second in India and fourth in Japan.


The drama also becomes popular in Europe. It rank 8th in
Russia and rank 10 in Ukraine. Due to it popularity in South America it enters the world ranking.

It is also popular in Honduras, Nicaragua, Peru (6th), Chile, Panama (7th), Mexico, Paraguay (9th), Bolivia, and Brazil (10th) has skyrocketed, and it has become the center of global popularity in Asia, Europe, and South America. 


The drama It’s Okay To Not Be Okay surpasses the record of Itaewon Class and The King: Eternal Monarch which once rank 7 worlwide. Meanwhile, the ongoing drama Mystic Pop-Up Bar ranks 9.


The drama is also popular in its home country. According to Good Data it has been ranked first for consecutive weeks. Also, Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji is a hot topic. The ratings is also well-maintained. It has viewing rate of 5 to 6% (Nielsen Korea’s national standard) and holds the top spot in Cable channel ratings.










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It’s Okay To Not Be Okay 
Moon Kang Tae so handsome :love:











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5 Moments That Prove Just How Close Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji Have Gotten On The Set Of “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

We’re living for the chemistry!


Every week is a whirlwind for fans as we get new footage of the two filming in behind the scenes videos, and each time does not disappoint. If you’ve get to tune in to the new K-Drama Netflix hit, It’s Okay To Not Be Okay starring Seo Ye Ji and Kim Soo Hyun, you’re sorely missing out. Not only is the storyline amazing, the graphics phenomenal and the fashion beautiful, the chemistry between the two is also sizzling.


In a behind the scenes video released by tvN, the two actors are seen playing around with each other constantly, proving how adorable their relationship is.

1. When a sweet scene turns funny

In a rehearsal for an intimate scene, Seo Ye Jin’s suddenly smile caught Kim Soo Hyun off guard and he got shy! The director is exactly us in the gif below.


2. When “get lost” doesn’t mean “get lost”

As the two rehearse their lines for a confrontational scene, Seo Ye Ji tells him to “get lost” but in her normal cute tone rather than her Go Moon Young voice.


3. Seo Ye Ji’s smile can make anyone laugh

Seo Ye Ji’s smile is absolutely infectious! The two can’t seem to focus whenever she reveals her beautiful grin.


4. Are they fighting, or being cute?

The two are making us jealous over here, as they playfully tussle over Kang Tae’s phone in a rehearsal shot. Ah, young love.


5. Knight in shining armor

In the last episode, Moon Young was hit by an abusive ex of one of the patients in the hospital. As Kang Tae rushes to her aid, he is supposed to tenderly cup her cheek. However, the behind the scenes clip is a whole different story as they both burst into laughter.


It is not only Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji that get along well! All of the actors are close, as seen in the rehearsals for the pillow fight scene over a doll as the three leads joke around with each other.


Many fans of the drama are supporting the two ardently, as they enjoy watching the switch in temperature between their serious characters and their kind, cheerful personalities in real life.


We certainly are living from weekend to weekend as we wait for the new episodes to drop each week! For now, Netflix is airing the show on Saturdays and Sundays at 9pm KST in selected countries.














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Hi everyone let’s request the Vogue and other popular magazines for photoshoot for our hottest couple KimSooHyun and SeoYeJi Please everyone put request here in Twitter continuously  for few days we may get their photoshoot if they have the request and demand from everyone. Let’s do this guys please we can get their beautiful photoshoot for the fire couple 



Let all of us put some effort for getting pictures for our hottest couple from Vogue Korea magazine please guys all of u start requesting in Twitter 

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Just BTS Clips Of Kim Soo Hyun Being Totes *Adorable* In 'It's Okay To Not Be Okay'




WARNING: *Major* spoilers ahead for Episodes 7 and 8 of It's Okay To Not Be Okay! Don't read if you haven't seen the latest episodes yet.


Ah, the momentum just keeps on rolling for each episode of It's Okay To Not Be Okay! Now that we're eight episodes in the drama, I've come to notice that more entertaining scenes have been injected in the plot. And although they still keep the depth of the story, it's just been a good break from all the heavy drama from the earlier episodes. So I guess the ~lightness~ of the scenes is also infectious to the actors themselves 'cause we have super adorable Kim Soo Hyun behind-the-scenes content from these eps! Here we go:


Moon Gang Tae (Soo Hyun) and Ko Mun Yeong's (Seo Ye Ji) ~date scene~ in Episode 7 was quite thrilling for us shippers, but these clips showed just how likot Soo Hyun was while practicing the phone grabbing choreo with Ye Ji! LOL!





The café scene with Mun Yeong's fan (played by Choi Daniel) was a standout in the ep, but behind-the-scenes, Soo Hyun just couldn't stop playing with the phone. Huhu, too cute.







When Mun Yeong ~presented~ her new hair to Gang Tae, it made us all gush with kilig. But IRL, Soo Hyun and Ye Ji couldn't stop laughing at each other! I mean, what's new between these two?





And in Episode 8, we finally saw Gang Tae break free from suppressing his emotions in a confrontation with a violent hospital visitor. Off-cam, though, Soo Hyun was totes adorable when he tried out his punching moves and was even cuter when he nailed the scene! YES!!!







Watch all these clips in tvN's behind-the-scenes video here.


New episodes of It's Okay To Not Be Okay are available on Netflix every Saturday and Sunday night at 9:30 p.m.



source : https://www.cosmo.ph/entertainment/its-okay-to-not-be-okay-ep7-ep8-behind-the-scenes-clips-kim-soo-hyun-a483-20200715?ref=home_feed_1





“It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” Costume Director Spills The Meaning Behind Each Character's Outfits




"It's Okay To Not Be Okay" brings quite a wholesome story about two people who gradually heal each other from their emotional wounds. 


The story revolves around Moon Kang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun), as a health worker at a psychiatric hospital. He meets the famous children's book author Go Moon Young (Seo Ye Ji), who has an anti-personality disorder. 


Together with the amazing storyline are several outfits worn by the characters in the drama that viewers can't take their eyes away from. The details and the colors make the series a lot more alive and interesting. 


According to the Costume Director, Jo Sang Gyeong, each outfit worn by the characters shares a story. She definitely pulled off the costume designs! She said that, with the vibrant and detailed costumes, she intended to create "default looks" for each of the characters to show their personalities and tendencies in the story. 


For Kim Soo Hyun's character, Moon Kang Tae, Jo Sang Gyeong created costumes with the concept of devotion. Moon Kang Tae's character has an older brother, Moon Sang Tae (Oh Jung Se), who has ASD.


Starting at a very young age, he was trained by his mother to take care of Moon Sang Tae, which led Moon Kang Tae to believe that taking care of his brother is his only purpose in the world. His plain and simple clothes imply how he doesn't have a lot of time spared to take care of himself. Costume director Jo Sang Gyeong even said that she intentionally washed his clothes multiple times to create a worn-out and slightly weathered texture. 


Concepts Behind Wardrobe of Healing Romance Drama “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

Many viewers will notice that Moon Sang Tae's character wears a lot of striped shirts. This is due to a researched-based fact about people that are on the spectrum.


Research tells that people with ASD often use repeated patterns in their work. Moon Sang Tae wearing stripes conveys his diagnosis. 


The costume director adds that as Go Moon Young and Moon Kang Tae develop and grow as the drama goes on, their styles will change as well. Go Moon Young will start to wear more comfortable clothes, while Moon Kang Tae will wear more clothes with color.   


Concepts Behind Wardrobe of Healing Romance Drama “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

Get a glimpse of these creative and well-thought-out outfits in the drama "It's Okay Not to Be Okay" and catch their style development in the future episodes! 



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source : Kdramastars


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[READ] Realizations from The Cheerful Dog and Beauty and the Beast (by Maria Charisma Gatillosa)


Time indeed flies fast! We're halfway through already, but before we proceed to the second half of the show, let's talk about some realizations from the latest episodes (7 & 8), shall we?

1. There are things we need to let go off and burdens we need to free ourselves from. We may have had experienced too much in our lives that have caused us to forget how it is to be really happy, but it is good to know that someone out there just might be able to understand and help us find that happiness again.


2. People, even your family, may doubt you; but at the end of the day it will be your decision to be different from what people may think of you.


3. There is someone whom you can count on despite the mess. Just like when Gang-tae said to Mun-yeong, "Everything is so messed up. You said before you'll run away with me whenever I want. I want to go on a trip with you. Right now." Even when everything is messed up, there is that one unexpected person in your life who will be there and will be ready to run away with you.

The bomb (Mun-yeong) and the safety pin (Gang-Tae) decided to go hand in hand. But will their plans lead to something good or blast (hurt) more people instead?


Tune in for the development of the story for the next 4 Saturdays and Sundays








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How Kim Soo-hyun, K-drama star of It's Okay to Not Be Okay, started a chicken and beer craze in China – meet the CF king

The breakout star of era-defining hit dramas Dream High, Moon Embracing the Sun and My Love from the Star, a new mature Kim Soo-hyun has emerged post-military service, setting hearts aflutter first in Crash Landing on You and now in psychological romcom It's Okay to Not Be Okay


A Baeksang best actor-winner before 30 and a certified ace in advertising, or what’s known as a CF (or commercial film) king, what else is there do know about Kim Soo-hyun? Read on to find out how he’s achieved success early in his career and what fans can look forward to in his post-military service drama, It's Okay to Not Be Okay . There’s definitely more than meets Kim’s puppy eyes.


In 2011, newcomer Kim joined the star-studded cast of K-pop idols in teenage musical drama, Dream High. Kim’s role as a country bumpkin who gives up his dreams of owning a farm to pursue his first love caught the hearts of viewers and gained him a steady fan base.


In 2012, Kim took on the lead role in period drama Moon Embracing the Sun, which won him his first-ever major acting award. Despite having debuted only five years ago, then 24-year-old Kim was named 2012’s TV actor of the year at the Baeksang Arts Awards, besting industry veterans.


In 2014, Kim made waves yet again in fantasy romcom My Love From the Stars, starring opposite top actress Jun Ji-hyun. The show was a trendsetter, sparking global fads from fashion to food, such as the “chimaek” or chicken and beer craze. According to Korea.net, fans of the drama waited in line outside chicken and beer restaurants in Shanghai and Beijing for up to three hours for their chance to emulate the show’s lovebirds.


Local media Dong-A Ilbo also reported that in that year, Kim gained more than 3.7 million followers on Weibo, making him the definitive Korean star of the 2000s in China. “CF king” Kim also broke his own record of appearing in 15 commercials at the same time. Allkpop reported that in 2014 alone, following his My Love From the Stars fame, Kim was offered a whopping 35 advertising proposals.


After completing his military service in 2019, Kim slowly eased back into the small screen, making surprise cameos in the dramas Hotel del Luna and Crash Landing on You . His comeback drama, tvN and Netflix’s It’s OK to Not Be OK, finally premiered last June.


A romance drama on healing, Kim plays Moon Gang-tae, a carer in a psychiatric hospital. He stars opposite Seo Ye-ji as Ko Moon-young, an antisocial children’s book author who grows obsessed with Gang-tae. “I can’t stop wanting you,” she tells him boldly, “because you’re so pretty.” Fans can definitely relate.


Six episodes into the drama, viewers of the show await the romantic road Gang-tae and Moon-young will traverse to find emotional and mental healing through each other. “The character Moon Gang-tae has been hurt a lot, and I wanted to resonate with people by conveying his pain,” Kim is quoted saying to Soompi. “I’m going to do a good job of explaining his healing process.”















VOD Rankings for Movies and Broadcasts in the Second Week of July released by Home Choice (2020.07.06 - 2020.07.12)

TV Shows Category : It's Okay to Not Be Okay NO 2








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2 hours ago, hwonhwon_stv said:

Psycho, but it's okay

Kim Soo-hyun's wearing brand



@hwonhwon_stv, thanks for sharing this. These are all luxury brands. :blush:







*** I'm glad that "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" hit a major milestone in world exposure when it ranked in the top ten of the Netflix world rankings. On July 13, the drama was the highest ranking Asian drama in the world rankings for that day, although other dramas from Germany, Australia, Colombia, and Turkey also appeared on the list. "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" had consistently held the number one spot in the individual rankings for Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam for the previous week. In South Korea and the Philippines it had either the number one spot or the number two spots over that same time frame. The drama internationally via online streaming is noteworthy, :blush:




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