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K-netizens’ reactions to “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” Episode 13

 

Seo Yeji makes a promise with Kim Soohyun and seals it

 

Original post: Naver TV

[+659,-2]The fact that Kang Tae was shy when he got back to his room is so cute

[+547,-18]I almost fainted cause of Moon Young-unnie’s power

[+468,-4]Isn’t Kim Soohyun looking crazy good?

[+425,-3]Seriously, why is he so good-looking?? Moon Kang Tae, I feel attacked by your face, it’s too much

[+349,-10]Unnie, I love your power

[+326,-13]What’s up with Ko Moon Young pulling Kang-Tae’s tie to kiss him? That was so heart fluttering

[+234,-2]Kim Soohun’s smile is so heart fluttering

[+232,-3]Kang Tae is such a warm and sweet person

[+204,-10]Ko Moon Young was so cool!

 

 

 

Oh Jung Se’s radar captured Kim Soohyun’s Kiss

 

Original post: Naver TV

[+1,031,-2]He said a kiss is better than a fight 

[+796,-3]Don’t talk to me when I’m watching Dooly

[+655,-2]Sang Tae already heard a T.M.I from Moom Young once during their breakfast so he’s cool about it now 

[+511,-4]Sang Tae is too straight forward and what’s up with Kang Tae being so adorable again

[+491,-2]Today’s iconic line is ‘a kiss is better than a fight’!

[+401,-2]Sang Tae. He said that it’s not polite to talk to him while he’s watching Dooly . He’s so cute

[+401,-2]Shy Kang Tae is so cute

[+347,-2]Oh Jung Se is a really good actor

[+344,-2]Let’s make Moon Kang Tae shy everyday from now on

[+279,-2]Oh Jung Se is really cool

[+225,-2]Kim Soohyun look so so cute when he’s shy, please be mine

[+218,-2]My cheekbones hurts cause I was smiling the whole time I was watching them

 

 

Kim Soohyun x Seo Yeji x Oh Jung Se are so shocked to see the butterfly drawn on the wall (ft. the mother is back)

 

Original post: Naver TV

[+2,084,-11]Woah! I predicted that the head nurse could be her mother but now that my prediction turned out to be true i got goosebumpsx50000000

[+1,706,-8]The director will go insane if he knows this

[+1,553,-9]That ending gave me goosebumps…. It was the head nurse all along?…

[+1,297,-7]Seriously, I’m so shocked!!… I’m not even gonna talk about her creepy facial expression but what is the butterfly pin doing there….

[+1,116,-13]I’m seriously shivering! What’s up with the head nurse?

[+1,030,-7]So did she kill someone and got a plastic surgery to look like that person and then lived the rest of her life as a nurse…?

[+976,-12]That was the creepiest ending in drama history!…

[+867,-5]Sang Tae’s pretty painting is ruined, the fact that the butterfly was badly drawn will make him get even angrier 

[+847,-7]Woah! I screamed out loud cause of how scared I got, please go easy on us with the acting cause that was so scary

[+829,-7]Crazy… Seriously! That was so creepy! For real…

[+649,-6]Crazy! Seriously crazy! I got chills…

[+610,-4]Freaking goosebumps! How can she live like that?? Seriously?

[+607,-8]Woah I got goosebumps all over my body when the head nurse came out  Woah…. No…. That was crazy…

[+511,-4]Yah….I’m really…

[+455,-8]Ah… Crazy…

 

 

https://k-communities.com/2020/08/02/k-netizens-reactions-to-its-okay-to-not-be-okay-episode-13/

 

 

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K-netizens’ reactions to “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” Episode 13

 

Seo Yeji makes a promise with Kim Soohyun and seals it

 

Original post: Naver TV

[+659,-2]The fact that Kang Tae was shy when he got back to his room is so cute

[+547,-18]I almost fainted cause of Moon Young-unnie’s power

[+468,-4]Isn’t Kim Soohyun looking crazy good?

[+425,-3]Seriously, why is he so good-looking?? Moon Kang Tae, I feel attacked by your face, it’s too much

[+349,-10]Unnie, I love your power

[+326,-13]What’s up with Ko Moon Young pulling Kang-Tae’s tie to kiss him? That was so heart fluttering

[+234,-2]Kim Soohun’s smile is so heart fluttering

[+232,-3]Kang Tae is such a warm and sweet person

[+204,-10]Ko Moon Young was so cool!

 

 

 

Oh Jung Se’s radar captured Kim Soohyun’s Kiss

 

Original post: Naver TV

[+1,031,-2]He said a kiss is better than a fight 

[+796,-3]Don’t talk to me when I’m watching Dooly

[+655,-2]Sang Tae already heard a T.M.I from Moom Young once during their breakfast so he’s cool about it now 

[+511,-4]Sang Tae is too straight forward and what’s up with Kang Tae being so adorable again

[+491,-2]Today’s iconic line is ‘a kiss is better than a fight’!

[+401,-2]Sang Tae. He said that it’s not polite to talk to him while he’s watching Dooly . He’s so cute

[+401,-2]Shy Kang Tae is so cute

[+347,-2]Oh Jung Se is a really good actor

[+344,-2]Let’s make Moon Kang Tae shy everyday from now on

[+279,-2]Oh Jung Se is really cool

[+225,-2]Kim Soohyun look so so cute when he’s shy, please be mine

[+218,-2]My cheekbones hurts cause I was smiling the whole time I was watching them

 

 

Kim Soohyun x Seo Yeji x Oh Jung Se are so shocked to see the butterfly drawn on the wall (ft. the mother is back)

 

Original post: Naver TV

[+2,084,-11]Woah! I predicted that the head nurse could be her mother but now that my prediction turned out to be true i got goosebumpsx50000000

[+1,706,-8]The director will go insane if he knows this

[+1,553,-9]That ending gave me goosebumps…. It was the head nurse all along?…

[+1,297,-7]Seriously, I’m so shocked!!… I’m not even gonna talk about her creepy facial expression but what is the butterfly pin doing there….

[+1,116,-13]I’m seriously shivering! What’s up with the head nurse?

[+1,030,-7]So did she kill someone and got a plastic surgery to look like that person and then lived the rest of her life as a nurse…?

[+976,-12]That was the creepiest ending in drama history!…

[+867,-5]Sang Tae’s pretty painting is ruined, the fact that the butterfly was badly drawn will make him get even angrier 

[+847,-7]Woah! I screamed out loud cause of how scared I got, please go easy on us with the acting cause that was so scary

[+829,-7]Crazy… Seriously! That was so creepy! For real…

[+649,-6]Crazy! Seriously crazy! I got chills…

[+610,-4]Freaking goosebumps! How can she live like that?? Seriously?

[+607,-8]Woah I got goosebumps all over my body when the head nurse came out  Woah…. No…. That was crazy…

[+511,-4]Yah….I’m really…

[+455,-8]Ah… Crazy…

 

 

https://k-communities.com/2020/08/02/k-netizens-reactions-to-its-okay-to-not-be-okay-episode-13/

 

 

@angel love, thanks for sharing this. The drama already finished filming on July 31st. It was supposed to have finished shooting much earlier but COVID-19 pushed filming back such that the completion was only recently managed. The drama started airing on June 20th. :blush:

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Drama viewership ratings for the week of July 27-Aug. 2, 2020

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Saturday, Aug. 1      
Once Again 73 KBS 25.7%
Once Again 74 KBS 30.1%
Backstreet Rookie 14 SBS 8.0%
Graceful Friends 8 JTBC 4.3%
Train 7 OCN 1.4%
It’s Okay to Not Be Okay 13 tvN 5.7%
Sunday, Aug. 2      
Once Again 75 KBS 32.1%
Once Again 76 KBS 35.6%
Train 8 OCN 1.3%
It’s Okay to Not Be Okay 14 tvN 5.9%
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*** Time flies so fast that the drama seems to be just begun..... :blush:

 

 

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tvN Released 'It's Okay to Not Be Okay' Crew Photo from Last Filming Day Ahead of Final Episodes

 

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Actors and staff members of the drama sat down together for a final team photo. 

 

On August 2nd, fans of the ongoing drama 'It's Okay to Not Be Okay' got a sweet treat of a full-team photo of the crew. The photo was taken from the last filming of the drama. As reported previously, the filming for the drama had come to an end. In the photo, three of the main actors -- Kim Soohyun, Seo Yeji, and Oh Jungse -- are also seen posing for the camera, still with their costume for the drama. 

 

 

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Up until the latest episode -- episode 14 -- which was aired on August 2nd, things are still going complicated for the three. Netizens are wondering whether or not they will get a happy ending. The final episodes of 'It's Okay to Not Be Okay' will be aired on August 8th and 9th.

 

Are you sad that the drama is coming near to an end? 

 

 

source : https://www.kstarlive.com/news/2020/08/03/tvn-released-it-s-okay-to-not-be-okay-crew-photo-from-last-filming-day-ahead-of-final-episodes-372059

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10 Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching in August 2020

 

We’re making our way to August and that brings a lot of new choices for those kdramas that we love so much.

 

Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this August 2020 edition of “Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching.”

 

This monthly series is meant to keep you updated on what’s happening in that amazing world of Korean dramas so that you don’t miss out on anything! Here are the kdramas you should keep an eye out for in August 2020:

 

 

CURRENTLY AIRING IN AUGUST:

 

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

Psycho But It's Okay Korean Drama - Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji

 

 

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay is a healing romance that tells the story of a health worker (Kim Soo Hyun) in the psychiatric ward whose fate becomes intertwined with a writer (Seo Ye Ji) with Antisocial Personality Disorder as they fall in love.

 

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay airs Saturday and Sunday on tvN.

 

 

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source : https://kdramakisses.com/2020/08/01/10-korean-dramas-you-need-to-be-watching-in-august-2020/

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How did It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’s Kim Soo-hyun become Korea’s top paid actor – and how does he spend it? Answer: cautiously

He once splashed out on the BMW i8 driven by Tom Cruse in Mission: Impossible, but despite earning mega bucks from hit South Korean dramas including Moon Embracing Sun and My Love from the Star, Kim is a frugal spender – but with plans to open his own agency, the King of Commercials might soon be even richer

 

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The highest paid K-drama actors of 2020 have been revealed – and Kim Soo-hyun tops the list . At number one, he beats Crash Landing On You star Hyun Bin, earning US$165,000 per episode of the hit K-drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay. The show is slated to run for 16 episodes, so by our sums, Kim Soo-hyun is set to receive a total of US$2.6 million.

So as South Korea’s highest paid actor, how does Kim Soo-hyun spend his hard-earned cash? We trace his K-drama career highlights and examine how he became one of South Korea’s most celebrated Hallyu stars.

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Kim Soo-hyun got his big break in the teen musical drama Dream High (2011) where he played a country boy who turned out to be a musical genius. The drama drew high television audience ratings of 20 per cent two months after its release.
 

He was then cast in Moon Embracing The Sun (2012) which established him as a rising actor. This time, the drama peaked at 42.2 per cent on the ratings chart. By the end of 2012, Kim Soo-hyun reportedly received a pay cheque of 600 million won (US$500,000), according to KDramaStars. In the same year, he revealed in an episode of TVN’s Taxi he was able to move into a rented home, according to Soompi.

 

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Thanks to his popularity, Kim Soo-hyun became the face of 17 products and earned 8 billion won (US$6.6 million) from TV ads and commercials. With a sizeable salary, he bought a flat for 4.2 billion won (US$3.5 million) in 2013. He is rumoured to have also bought a unit in Galleria Foret, one of the most expensive buildings in South Korea.
 

 

Kim Soo-hyun has been crowned “King of Commercials”, and the success of My Love From The Stars (2014) paved the way for more opportunities. Before the show, he reportedly earned US$550,000, but afterwards his fee climbed to between US$720,000 – 900,000 per advertisement. According to The Korea Times, he starred in 30 ads, including 10 in China.

 

 

Despite earning millions from commercials, Kim Soo-hyun’s biggest splash of cash came when he pre-ordered a BMW i8 worth US$186,000, in 2015, according to AllKpop. It was the same car Tom Cruise and Paula Patton drove in Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol. In the same year, he starred in The Producers, and the drama earned US$7.5 million.

 

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According to the same KDramaStar report, after the end of his military service in 2019, Kim Soo-hyun’s talent fee per episode doubled from US$83,000 to US$165,000.

It was also reported then he would establish his own agency with his cousin. This seems like a good move, given his fame and solid credibility as Korea’s highest paid actor of 2020.

 

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Kim Soo Hyun en la portada de la revista Hanryu Senpu [Vol. 92] Edición de septiembre de 2020

 

 

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"Psicosis, pero está bien" de Kim Soo Hyun, ¿es demasiado simple?  ¡Un gran inventario de la apariencia formal de los caballeros, la belleza del cielo + la proporción dorada es tan codiciada!

El drama coreano "Está bien no estar bien", protagonizado por Kim Soo Hyun y Seo Ye Ji, entró en la cuenta regresiva hasta el final. ¡La trama desgarradora y las habilidades de actuación conmovedoras son el foco de discusión cada semana!
 
En la obra, el actor Moon Gangtai, interpretado por Kim Soo Hyun, es bastante simple y honesto en el diseño de personajes y vestuario debido a su personalidad deprimida. Aunque esta vez no está actuando tan feo, él es un poco más guapo que en el pasado. ¡Olvídate del valor nominal del dios masculino Kim Soo-hyun + proporción áurea!
 
Efectivamente, los hombres todavía tienen que usar vestimenta formal para ser los más guapos. En los episodios 12 y 13, Kim Soo-hyun finalmente tiene la oportunidad de ponerse un traje. Su hermoso peinado, una figura con forma de percha y, por supuesto, la hermosa cara abofeteada hacen que Kim Soo-hyun vuelva a ser guapo. ¡Volvió! Muchos fanáticos una vez más cayeron en el encanto del dios masculino.
 
Al ver los estilos de ropa formal anteriores de Kim Soo-hyun, llevó su elegante masculinidad al punto más alto sin errores, sin importar la apariencia de asistir a eventos.
O la atmósfera formal de filmar un anuncio de ropa, el guapo súper llamativo es irresistible.
Por supuesto, también hay apariciones de invitados impresionantes en "Hotel Deluna", un chaleco y una camisa blanca con corbata, ¡y el estilo rebelde hace que los ojos se llenen de amor!
 
En el pasado, Kim Soo Hyun era guapo en ropa formal, pero ahora tiene un encanto de hombre más maduro en ropa formal, que es completamente diferente. Con ganas de looks más formales en los próximos trabajos, ¡desmayemos todos!
 
 
 
 
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I'm autistic and I'm a psychologist. I'm sorry to say that the words "simple" or" depressed "are not at all about lightening the actor has interpreted in an extraordinary profound way those" simple" human behaviors. I'm from Costa Rica so I don't know anything about the popularity by handsome or not of the incredible actor I saw doing an impeccable job.

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"It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Tops Charts in Popularity for 7 Weeks in a Row

 

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tvN's "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" rose 0.53% compared to the previous week, maintaining its number 1 spot in drama for the seventh consecutive week. When the identity of the nurse Jang Young-nam was revealed, the audience responded that it was 'shocking', and Jang Young-nam's enthusiastic performance drew a lot of rave reviews. Four cast members were ranked in the top 10 in the drama's topical category; Seo Ye-ji in 1st place, Kim Soo-hyun 2nd, Oh Jung-se 4th and Jang Young-nam in 7th.

 

The survey was released on August 3rd by Good Data Corporation, a TV analysis agency, analyzing netizens' reactions from news articles, blogs/communities, videos and SNS for 19 dramas that are or are scheduled to be broadcast from July 27th, 2020 to October 2nd, 2020.

 

 

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2 Best Romantic Scenes Of K-Dramas Not To Be Missed This Week

 

1- "It’s Okay To Not Be Okay"

 

Kim SooHyun and Seo YeJi are facing serious issues as they found out that her mother killed his mother. When Seo YeJi heard about it, she was devasted and stayed crying in her room. For Kim SooHyun, she is not the one wrong and he tried his best to support her in this difficult time.

 

At the door, Kim SooHyun said these romantic words that proved his true love for her: "When I see you smile at me, I forget everything else. The butterfly and even my mom. I forget everything else. We are the only two left [in this world]. You didn't do anything wrong. That goes for all of us. We did nothing wrong."

 

She ended in tears touched and hurt.

 

 

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source : https://www.kpopmap.com/2-best-romantic-scenes-of-kdramas-not-to-be-missed-this-week-aug1/

 

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"It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Locations That You Must Visit If You’re An Avid Fan

 

If you consider yourself an avid fan of the hit drama "It's Okay to Not Be Okay," then you might consider reading this article since it contains the ultimate must-visit locations of the show.

 

For your next trip in South Korea, consider visiting the show's most iconic filming locations. With its constant presence in Netflix's top 10 list, it is safe to say that "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" is one of the hottest Korean dramas airing right now. This show is highly-anticipated by many since this is the Hallyu star Kim Soo Hyun's awaited comeback to the small screen after his military discharge.

 

That being said, if you're a true fan of the Korean culture, then surely these few scenic locations the show had caught your eyes. So for your future South Korea adventure, bookmark these places and visit them!

 

1. Cafe Sanida

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"It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Locations That You Must Consider Visiting If You’re An Avid Fan

 

It is the famous "cursed castle" where Ko Mun-yeong (Seo Ye Ji) spent her childhood days. However, the cursed castle doesn't exist in reality. Whether you believe it or not, the three-story scary mansion located in the middle of a spooky forest was made entirely from CGI on the grounds of Cafe Sanida. The said café posted about it on their website revealing that the gate and the castle's main entrance were built by the staff and crew of the show.

 

The address of this iconic place is: 992-12, Jusan-ri, Hojeo-myeon, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do

2. IK Light House

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"It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Locations That You Must Consider Visiting If You’re An Avid Fan

 

There was a scene in the first episode where we see Mun-yeong having a great meal alone until a woman with her daughter approached Mun-yeong asking for her autograph. This bizarre scene was shot in IK Light House.

 

This is a cafe and showroom that opened in 2018.

 

This place was once a 60-year-old obstetrics building that was renovated and transformed into a café by the light bulb company Ilkwang Lightings.

 

It is located in: 8-1 Chamoejeon-ro 174beon-gil, Dongincheon-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon

3. Secret Blue Cafe

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"It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Locations That You Must Consider Visiting If You’re An Avid Fan

 

This is the identified as one of the main locations on the drama as the famous OK Psychiatric Hospital where Moon Gang-tae works in is shot here. In real life, the hospital is actually a café named Secret Blue Café. The said café is established on a seaside attraction that overlooks a spectacular view of the Ayajin Beach.

 

Take note of the location: 226 Ayajin, Toseong-myeon, Goseong County, Gangwon Province

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4. Triple Street

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"It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Locations That You Must Consider Visiting If You’re An Avid Fan

 

Do you remember Moon Sang-tae's whimsical film sequence on his way to the fan signing of Mun-yeong?

 

This scene was actually taken in the walkways of Triple Street. It is a shopping complex made with various themes making it one of the famous tourist attractions of the place. Plus, other establishment including an entertainment plaza, a sports field, and an observatory could also be seen here.

 

The place is located at 33-1 Songdogwahak-ro 16-beon-gil, Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon

5. Forest of Wisdom Library

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"It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Locations That You Must Consider Visiting If You’re An Avid Fan

 

This place was where the famous writer Ko Mun-yeong held her event. Forest of Wisdom Library is known for its towering floor-to-ceiling bookshelves.

 

Fun fact: this library is a frequent filming spot for K-dramas including "The King: Eternal Monarch," "The World of the Married," and "Hotel del Luna."

 

The library's address is: 145 Hoedong-gil, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do

 

 

 

source : Kdramastars

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Behind The Scenes: Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, And Oh Jung Se Pose for a Family Picture

 

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"It's Okay To Not Be Okay" captured the hearts of many not only in Korea but also in other parts of the world. It has also been a part of Netflix's Top 10 Most Popular Shows in several countries. Not only does the series talk about mental illness, but it also talks about how one person can change because of the love they receive and give. It also teaches people that in order to make others happy, you have to find that happiness within you first.

 

The kind of joy that is not attained from material things. That is true happiness.

 

During the behind-the-scenes of the recent family photo that featured the three main leads - Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, and Oh Jung Se - many were amazed by how well the three looked.

 

Kim Soo Hyun looked like a model with his excellent body physique. It's no wonder that he could pull any look even casually, as a caregiver, and most especially a formal executive look.

 

Additionally, Seo Yi Ji seems to be an expert when it comes to photoshoots. It looks like she was born for the camera. Lastly, Oh Jung Se's poses were spectacular; he represented everyone with autism spectrum disorder.

 

Just by watching the clip, the ambiance was full of energy. Although there were several scenes wherein the three got goofy with each other, especially off-camera, they still managed to make a perfect scene that touched everyone's hearts.

 

Kudos to the crew behind the camera that made this series such a great one. Kim Soo Hyun brought to life Gang Tae's character, and his expertise of the craft manifested in each scene. Likewise, Seo Ye Ji's acting in this series is truly her break-out role.

 

Knowing that both of them are signed under the label Gold Medalist, a privately held multinational entertainment group and talent agency, who knows what other projects the two will star in together.

 

Going back to the clip, Kim Soo Hyun is very particular with his angles and he keeps on checking them. What a professional actor! He really wants each scene to be perfect!

 

The closeness between the three actors can't also be left unnoticed. It was even caught-on-camera that while he was doing a scene, Seo Ye Ji and Oh Jung Se were silently laughing from closeby.

 

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Behind The Scenes: Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, And Oh Jung Se Poses for the Family Picture

 

In one particular scene, Seo Ye Ji can be seen shouting while rehearsing inside the library, and Kim Soo Hyun who was behind the camera made a sign to make her silent, which made her confused. The actress wondered if she made a mistake, then Kim said: "Because we are in the library." How funny!

 

Behind The Scenes: Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, And Oh Jung Se Poses for the Family Picture

Behind The Scenes: Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, And Oh Jung Se Poses for the Family Picture

 

In the next scene, where the brothers are watching together with a cartoon, the two were improvising their lines making their scripts.

 

Behind The Scenes: Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, And Oh Jung Se Poses for the Family Picture

Behind The Scenes: Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, And Oh Jung Se Poses for the Family Picture

 

The last scene was in the study room of the mansion. Even while the two are rehearsing their scenes, you just can't deny their chemistry. They even finished the clip with a cute ending.

 

Considering this is Kim Soo Hyun's first major role since his discharge, what will this CF star bring in the table after this drama series? We hope to see more of Kim So Hyun. Many are also sad knowing the drama series is down to its final episodes.

 

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4 Memorable Lines In “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” That Left A Deep Impression In Viewers’ Hearts

 

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tvN’s “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” is receiving a lot of love and attention for its unique plot, characters, fashion, and lines.

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With just two episodes left until the end, the drama unveiled a memorable line from each of the four main characters that melted viewers’ hearts.

1. Moon Kang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun)

In episode 13, Moon Kang Tae showed up to take a family photo with Go Moon Young (Seo Ye Ji) and his older brother Moon Sang Tae (Oh Jung Se), and this hinted that he was planning to be with her despite their past ill relationship. He said to her, “Come to think of it… it’s pretty neat to protect your family at the risk of your life,” and when asked if that included her, he responded, “If we’ve taken family photos together, we’re family.”

2. Go Moon Young

After transferring the escaped patient from the hospital in episode 4, Go Moon Young and Moon Kang Tae ate ramen at a convenience store. There, she commented he was like a child, and when asked why, she said, “I can see that you want to be loved.” Immediately after her words, a young Moon Kang Tae appeared before her, and viewers were able to see that he wasn’t able to enjoy his childhood like other people.

 

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3. Moon Sang Tae

After finding out that she and Moon Kang Tae were tied to a harsh fate due to their mothers’ ill relationship, Go Moon Young fell into deep despair, and all Moon Kang Tae could do was helplessly watch her suffer. Moon Sang Tae, who was not aware of the fact, tightly hugged his brother. When Moon Kang Tae admitted he was scared, Moon Sang Tae said, “Are you scared? Of course you’re scared. You’re my little brother.” Then he said soothingly reassured, “I’ll protect you. I’m the older brother, so I’m your guardian.”

4. Nam Joo Ri (Park Gyu Young)

After his older brother caused a disturbance at the hospital, Moon Kang Tae became overwhelmed with remorse and guilt. At that particular moment, Nam Joo Ri reminded him about what they always tell their patients. She said, ‘To make the people around me happy, I have to be happy first.’ So being selfish isn’t necessarily a bad thing. If it’s too hard, just think about your own happiness.” Her wise words motivated Moon Kang Tae and encouraged him to ask forgiveness from his brother.

 

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Episode 15 of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” will air on August 8 at 9 p.m. KST.

 

 

In the meantime, you can watch Kim Soo Hyun in “My Love From the Star” here:

 

 

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It's Okay To Not Be Okay Finale: Who is Seo Ye Ji's Real Mother, Will Kim Soo Hyun Break the Curse?

Kim Soo Hyun takes psychiatric consultation for the first time in the drama It's Okay To Not Be Okay

 

Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji and Oh Jung Se starrer It's Okay To Not Be Okay drama will be on air with the last two episodes this week. The main characters have come face to face with their fears and the person who caused the fear. Will they overcome the hurdle or be crushed by it is the main crux of the drama that is nearing its end.

 

The latest images from the drama released by tvN show Kim Soo Hyun taking psychiatric consultation from the hospital director Oh Ji Wang. So far it looked like Kim Soo Hyun (playing Moon Gang Tae) was the one taking care of his autistic brother Oh Jung Se (Moon Sang Tae) and his love interest Seo ye Ji (Ko Mun Yeong) who has anti-social disorder. But the penultimate episode to be aired on August 8 is all set to show that all is not well with Kim Soo Hyun.

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A still of Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji from the last episode of the drama It's Okay To Not be Okay Twitter

 

One needs to watch the episode to know if past experiences are worrying him or the problems he is facing in the present made him choose the psychiatric consultation. Is Kim Soo Hyun trying to reveal another mystery?

 

Revealing The Other Side of The Story

 

The drama had many instances where the other side of the story was communicated through the characters.

 

Be it the story of Cinderella or the Boy Who Cried Wolf, the interpretations were completely different from what is being told in the mainstream.

 

Instead of victimizing Cinderella, protagonist Seo Ye Ji interpreted it as the failure on the part of Cinderella's father for leaving her alone and making her miserable. Moreover, according to Seo Ye Ji, Cinderella does not need the prince to save herself but all that she needs is to have faith in herself and work toward not being miserable.

 

So far the Boy Who Cried Wolf was interpreted as a story with a moral that you cannot fool someone all the time. But according to Seo Ye Ji, the boy in the mountain was crying wolf as he was alone and lonely. He thought that was the only way to get people to his side of the world.

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Is it really okay to not be okay?

 

In the same way, Kim Soo Hyun looked strong and looked after those in the need, but in reality he might be keeping all his frustrations inside. Thus the drama might be trying to put across the message that even people who look perfectly fine might be in need of care and healing.

 

It's Okay To Not Be Okay is not a drama where two perfect people meet each other and lead a perfect life, nor about a perfect person helping the other to be perfect. Instead it is about two people with differences and imperfections understanding each other and making each other happy while being on each other's side while overcoming the hurdles. So, It's really Okay To Not Be Okay.

 

Do Hui Jae Not Seo Ye Ji's Mother?

 

Meanwhile, there is another theory doing rounds and that is about Do Hui Jae played by Jang Young Nam (who plays Seo Ye Ji's mother). Torn apart by evil intentions of Do Hui Jae and the fact that she killed Kim Soo Hyun's mother, the couple struggle to find their way back. Can Soo Hyun love Ye Ji even when he knows his mother was killed by hers?

 

The new theory is that Doe Hui Jae is not Seo Ye Ji's biological mother. Probably this would solve the problem and bring the couple back together. Whether this theory holds any truth will be revealed in the final episode of It's Okay To Not be Okay.

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Kim Soo Hyun in the drama It's Okay To Not Be Okay tvN website

 

Episode 15 of the drama will be aired on August 8 on tvN at 10 p.m. KST. The finale will be aired on August 9 on tvN at 10 p.m. KST. The two episodes will also be available on Netflix.

 

 

 

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“It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” Ratings Soar To All-Time High Ahead Of Finale

 

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With just one episode left to go, tvN’s “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” has suddenly risen to new heights!

 

On August 8, the penultimate episode of the romance drama achieved its highest viewership ratings to date.

 

According to Nielsen Korea, the latest broadcast of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” scored an average nationwide rating of 6.5 percent and a peak of 7.0 percent, taking first place in its time slot across all cable channels.

Not only did the ratings set a new personal record for the series, but they also marked the first time since the drama’s premiere back in June that “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” managed to break past 6 percent nationwide.

 

 

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“It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” Producer Teases What To Look Forward To In Finale + Praises Cast

 

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As tvN’s “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” winds to a close, chief producer (CP) So Jae Hyun sat down to talk about the drama and its upcoming finale.

 

“It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” is a unique romance drama about the love story between Moon Kang Tae, a community health worker at a psychiatric ward who doesn’t have time for love (played by Kim Soo Hyun), and Go Moon Young, a successful children’s book author who suffers from antisocial personality disorder and has never known love (played by Seo Ye Ji).

 

With just one episode left in its run, So Jae Hyun expressed disbelief that the drama was already coming to an end. “It seems like just yesterday that we were filming in the chilly days of early spring, and now we’re already approaching the end of the drama in the middle of summer,” he remarked. “I want to thank all the amazing actors who helped ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’ shine.”

 

From the outset, “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” received a great deal of attention due to the fact that it marked Kim Soo Hyun’s very first drama since his return from the military last year. Although So Jae Hyun praised all of the cast members for their stellar acting and contributions to the drama, he spoke highly of Kim Soo Hyun’s performance in particular.

 

Describing his importance to the drama as a whole, the CP commented, “Kim Soo Hyun is an actor who became the sturdy central axis of our drama over the course of 16 episodes.” He also sang the praises of leading lady Seo Ye Ji, remarking, “She’s an actress who perfected Go Moon Young, who was a new kind of character that hadn’t been seen in romantic comedies before.”

 

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So Jae Hyun continued, “I was able to feel the cast’s fondness for the drama and their passion from seeing the twinkle in their eyes on set: Oh Jung Se, who took on a difficult acting challenge and exceeded our expectations; Park Gyu Young, who was constantly praised by the crew; and everyone who played the staff at the publishing company and the psychiatric hospital.” Playing off the drama’s title, he added, “I think we were able to create a truly ‘okay’ drama because of our unparalleled cast.”

 

“I myself received a lot of healing and comfort from [the drama], and I think I will remember it as a good memory for a long time,” he went on. “Thank you so much to everyone; you all worked really hard.”

 

Finally, So Jae Hyun hinted at what viewers could look forward to in the drama’s highly-anticipated series finale.

 

“Up until now, we’ve shown you the process of Kang Tae, Moon Young, and Sang Tae embracing and healing each other’s emotional wounds,” said the CP. “In the final episode, you can look forward to seeing what lies ahead for these three people after they achieve emotional growth.”

 

He warmly added, “I hope that watching these characters inspires viewers to think of themselves as precious and to take the time to worry about their own happiness.”

 

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The final episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” will air on August 9 at 9 p.m. KST.

 

 

 

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What To Look Out For In The Final Episode Of “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

 

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tvN’s weekend drama “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” is coming to an end soon.

 

“It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” tells the story of Moon Kang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun), a community health worker at a psychiatric ward, and Go Moon Young (Seo Ye Ji), a children’s storybook writer with antisocial personality disorder.

 

With just the final episode remaining, “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” revealed three main points to look out for in the finale.

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Moon Kang Tae and Go Moon Young’s sweet romance

Moon Kang Tae and Go Moon Young’s relationship has gone through numerous ups and downs throughout the drama. The conflict between them reached a climax due to the reappearance of Go Moon Young’s mother Do Hee Jae (Jang Young Nam), who was revealed to be the murderer of Moon Kang Tae’s mother. Viewers are curious about how the couple’s relationship will change after Do Hee Jae’s arrest.

In the end, Moon Kang Tae and Go Moon Young take off their masks and let go of the weight on their shoulders, each seeing the other for who they truly are. Their romance is set to escalate from the moment they face each other with sincerity. The sweetness of their relationship will be an important part of the final episode.

Go Moon Young and Moon Sang Tae’s fairy tale

Go Moon Young had been working on a fairy tale together with Moon Sang Tae (Oh Jung Se) about a boy who wears a smiling mask, a princess with no capacity for emotions, and a man who lives inside a box. However, in order to apologize for what her mother did to Moon Kang Tae and Moon Sang Tae’s mother, Go Moon Young decided to stop writing and push the two men away. However, when Go Moon Young asked the brothers to leave her castle, Moon Sang Tae replied, “Over my dead body,” revealing his desire to stay by her side and help her finish her book.

Moon Sang Tae had also been working on drawing facial expressions, something that was difficult for him. He practiced by observing and drawing other people’s faces in order to complete the homework that Go Moon Young had given him and draw illustrations that suited her story. Go Moon Young recognizes his hard work, but also can’t bring herself to finish her fairy tale due to her guilt and regret. With the two brothers doing their best to comfort her, whether or not she will be able to finish her fairy tale is a key question that will be answered in the final episode.

The trio’s first trip together

Go Moon Young travels all over with Moon Kang Tae and Moon Sang Tae, who have never been on a proper vacation before. Although they aren’t going anywhere as far away as the Serengeti, the trio’s very first trip together will nonetheless bring them happiness and solace. They also bring a special gift with them on their trip, which is given to them by someone unexpected. The gift is expected to help create a perfect end to the drama. The trip will also create space for the trio’s emotional growth as they become even closer to one another.

 

The final episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” airs on August 9 at 9 p.m. KST.

 

 

 

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“It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” Cast Bids Farewell To Drama With Closing Comments

 

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With the final episode of tvN’s “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” airing on August 9, the cast shared their final comments about the drama and expressed their thanks to the viewers.

 

Kim Soo Hyun starred as Moon Kang Tae, a caregiver who was too busy to even take care of himself. However, after meeting Go Moon Young (Seo Ye Ji), he learned to take off his mask and live true to himself. The actor commented, “Thank you for watching ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay.’ Everyone, including the director, the screenwriter, the staff, and the cast, worked really hard.” He continued, “They told me that the drama would be about healing people, but I think I was the one who was healed the most. I hope the drama was a help to everyone. ‘It’s okay to not be okay!'”

 

Seo Ye Ji played Go Moon Young, a children’s book author who gradually experienced emotional growth thanks to the two brothers Moon Kang Tae and Moon Sang Tae (Oh Jung Se). On her role, she commented, “Although Go Moon Young looked flashy and cold on the outside, she was really lonely. My heart ached when her wounds were revealed, and it was also touching to see how she was healed by becoming a family with Moon Kang Tae and Moon Sang Tae. I’m happy to have received a lot of love as Go Moon Young.” Seo Ye Ji also expressed her gratitude as she said, “I want to thank everyone who participated in ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,’ as well as all the viewers.”

 

Oh Jung Se won viewers over with his role as Moon Sang Tae, Moon Kang Tae’s brother who lived in his own world of likes and dislikes but eventually matured into an adult with the help of his brother and Go Moon Young.

 

He remarked, “Thanks to Moon Sang Tae, I was able to broaden my perspective of the world. Of all the roles I’ve had, Moon Sang Tae is the purest and most warm-hearted. He made me reflect on myself.” Oh Jung Se wrapped up with a thanks to the viewers, saying, “I want to express my thanks to the viewers for laughing and crying together with Moon Sang Tae as he matured.”

 

Finally, Park Gyu Young, who played the hardy and charming Nam Joo Ri, commented, “I really enjoyed spending this spring and summer as Nam Joo Ri. I was happy to see her grow throughout the drama. This drama was made special to me thanks to the director, staff, and actors, since I was able to learn from them and gain lots of energy. Thanks once again to everyone who showed their support for ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay.'”

 

The final episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” airs on August 9 at 9 p.m. KST.

 

In the meantime, watch Kim Soo Hyun in his drama “My Love From the Star” with English subtitles below:

 

 

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LOOK: Never-Before-Released Still Photos of "It's Okay To Not Be Okay" Cast

 

All eyes on the hottest drama right now, tvN's "It's Okay To Not Be Okay," as it gears to drop its final episodes.

 

And as we patiently and impatiently wait for how it will end between Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, and Oh Jung Se, the network released some new still cuts to further ignite our excitement!

 

The production team published eight new "not-released" still photos of lead stars, from selected scenes from "It's Okay To Not Be Okay." Here are the stills released on August 7, making the viewers look back at the memories of scenes that captivated us. 

 

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The latest episode left us a new mystery to crack, some suspense, and a puzzled mind. As the identity of Head Nurse Park Haeng Ja (Jang Young Nam) has been revealed to be Do Hee Jae, this puts Sang Tae, Gang Tae, and Mun Young's lives on the edge. Though it's hard to predict, what would be the fate of the victim's son and the murderer's daughter? 

 

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f you have been watching the drama since day one, you would see Kim Soo Hyun's transformation, blending well throughout with Seo Ye Ji and his brother Oh Jung Se. Their chemistry was something to look forward to each episode.

 

As always, Kim Soo Hyun's visual was a feast to the eyes and kept our hearts beat. He never failed to amaze his fans with his looks, from casual getup to his dashing family portrait OOTD.

 

On the other hand, Seo Ye Ji mesmerized everyone every time as she's always clad in fashionable and branded clothing. During their family pictorial, she donned herself in that little white dress from Prada, pair of heels from Aquazzura, elegant jewelry from Miu Miu, and metallic silver purse from Chanel's Spring/Summer 2020 lineup.

 

In total, the impressive pictorial cost her approximately 100,000 USD. 

 

"It's Okay To Not Be Okay" stood as number one for seven consecutive weeks on the popularity chart and top ten Netflix shows across borders. Seo Ye Ji, Kim Soo Hyun, and Jang Young Nam are also among the most searched names on the internet.

 

Will they have a happy ending? Who knows? For now, let's watch this emotional scene between Mun Young and Sang Tae. 

 

 

 

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