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




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.



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




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. 


Never Before Released Still Photos of Cast from
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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? 


Never Before Released Still Photos of Cast from
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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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source : Kdramastars


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*** Time flies so fast that it seems this drama has just begun................. :blush:





“It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” Finale Achieves Its Highest Ratings Yet; “Once Again” Hits New All-Time High




tvN’s “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” came to a triumphant end last night!


On August 9, the romance drama starring Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji ended on the highest viewership ratings of its entire run. According to Nielsen Korea, the final episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” scored an average nationwide rating of 7.3 percent and a peak of 7.6 percent, marking an all-time high for the show.


Not only did the series finale of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” take first place in its time slot across all cable channels, but it also performed particularly well with the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49, among whom it took first place across all channels including public broadcast networks (scoring an average rating of 5.4 percent and a peak of 5.7 percent for the night).


KBS 2TV’s “Once Again” also soared to its highest ratings yet last night: the latest episode of the popular weekend drama scored average nationwide ratings of 33.6 percent and 36.5 percent, breaking its own personal record once again.


Finally, OCN’s “Train” enjoyed a slight rise in viewership from its previous episode, scoring an average nationwide rating of 1.4 percent.


Did you tune in to the finale of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay”?




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[Ratings] "Once Again" Breaks Its Own Record at 36.5%, "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Ended at 7.3%


"It's Okay to Not Be Okay" ended with favorable reviews. The episode that aired on the 9th recorded 7.3% (hereinafter, the nationwide standard for households who joined the nationwide paid platform).


This is a 0.8% point increase from the 6.5% (Ep.15) recorded by the last broadcast, and it achieved its own highest ratings twice in a row.



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Kim Soohyun Makes Headlines for Kindly Taking Selfies with Staff Members at the Wrap-up Party of 'It's Okay to Not Be Okay' (Photos)




The actor was spotted posing with staff members. 


Kim Soohyun's latest drama, 'It's Okay to Not Be Okay,' aired its final episode on August 9th with its personal-best ratings of 7.35% (nationwide, according to AGB Nielsen). Cast and staff members of the drama went for a wrap-up party to celebrate the end of the drama. On that day, Kim Soohyun was spotted humbly posing with staff members to capture the moments.  




Image Source: Instiz


Kim Soohyun was wearing casual all-black outfits with a bucket hat. Multiple staff members shared their photos with Kim Soohyun and they have quickly spread in online communities. As you can see in the photos, Kim Soohyun doesn't hesitate to pose with the staff members for the camera. 




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Kim Soohyun has become a hot topic for this, receiving praise for his humble manner despite his popularity as one of the most popular top actors in South Korea.


Anyway, are you sad that 'It's Okay to Not Be Okay' has now come to an end? 




Thumbnail Credit: Netflix, Instiz

source : https://www.kstarlive.com/news/2020/08/10/kim-soohyun-makes-headlines-for-kindly-taking-selfies-with-staff-members-at-the-wrap-up-party-of-it-s-okay-to-not-be-okay-photos-372946

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“It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” breaks its own record in the finale with the highest rating


As the Saturday-Sunday tvN drama, It’s Okay To Not Be Okay came to a heartwarming end last night, August 9, it also broke its own record in the previous episodes!


According to the audience rating research company, Nielsen Korea on August 10, the finale of the said drama achieved the all-time high ratings in its entire run.


With the household average of 7.3% and the highest was 7.6%, it ranked first in the same-time audience ratings on channels including cable and full-length episodes.


Aside from that, it has been shown the demographic age of the viewers that ranges to 20 to 49 years old, recorded an average rating of 5.4% and 5.7% in the last episode.

It’s Okay To Not Be Okay starring Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, and Oh Jung Se, is a psychological healing drama that tells the journey of three individuals on how they cope up with their lives and in finding their genuine happiness.


Congratulations to the director, writer, casts — the whole production team for the successful drama!




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Our Favorite Korean Drama Actors Who Played As Military Men in K-Dramas and Films


We have seen different types of men in Korean dramas like a dashing CEO, a handsome and rich chaebol, a king or prince from another era or parallel universe, a heartthrob lawyer or prosecutor, and the smart and good-looking doctor.


However, every Korean drama lover would agree that there is a certain appeal with actors who portray a neat and fierce military character onscreen, especially when they get dressed up in attention-grabbing military uniforms.


The most recent example of this is Hallyu star Hyun Bin who played the North Korean military captain Ri Jeon Hyeok in "Crash Landing on You," and Lee Min Ho as Emperor Lee Gon in the "The King: Eternal Monarch."


And yes! We do love watching them wearing their military uniforms!



Kim Soo Hyun in "Secretly, Greatly"

Our Favorite Korean Drama Actors Who Played Military Men In K-Dramas And Films
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Kim Soo Hyun is quite a hot topic nowadays for his portrayal in the current hit drama "It's Okay To Not Be Okay."


But did you know that the actor once starred as a North Korean agent? He played the role of a spy disguised as a village fool in the action-comedy film, titled "Secretly, Greatly."



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source : Kdramastars


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The Top 10 Hottest Korean Drama Actors Selected By Japan's Leading Fashion Magazine


JJ Magazine, one of the most popular lifestyle and fashion magazines in Japan, published the list of top 10 hottest Korean drama actors on their official site.


The list includes Korea's most charming and good-looking elite group of lads whom people love to watch on screen.



5. Kim Soo-Hyun



"He has a little mysterious atmosphere, and he got a lot of attention in 'Dream High' ! Since then, he has been the model for countless advertisements in Korea, becoming a national actor loved by men and women of all ages. In June of this year, a drama starring him will be broadcast. I look forward to his success in the future."



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source : https://www.allkpop.com/article/2020/07/the-top-10-hottest-korean-drama-actors-selected-by-japans-leading-fashion-magazine

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[HanCinema's News] "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Tops Good Data Report for Eighth Week




In its final week "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" once again topped the Good Data Report, which measures drama popularity according to media trends. "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" held 34.78% of social media trends recorded from August 3rd to August 9th. Lead actors Seo Ye-ji and Kim Soo-hyun were the number one and number two performers, positions they have held throughout the drama's run. Supporting actor Oh Jung-se was number three while villainess Jang Young-nam was number nine.



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[HanCinema's News] "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Tops Dramas in CPI for Sixth Week




CJ ENM recently released its latest Content Power Index (CPI) which measures relative branding power between television programs. "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" outperformed all other dramas for the sixth straight week. The CPI was measured based on data collected from the fifth week of July, defined as July 27th to August 2nd. "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" also outperformed all other variety shows for the second straight week, with an overall rating of 351.7.



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7 Best Scenes from the Drama 'It's Okay to Not Be Okay' That will Remain Forever in Our Hearts


Here are 7 of our most favorite scenes from the drama. 


The drama ended on August 9th with its 16th episode. However, although it has been wrapped up, we still remember how we spent our weekends fun with the drama. Despite its not-so-high viewership ratings in South Korea, the drama has become one of the most popular ones globally.


To reminisce about the drama, we have picked 7 of the best scenes from the drama. Without further ado, check out the list below!



When Moon Sangtae remembered his past partially, thought that Moon Kangtae wanted to kill him




When Moon Kangtae comforted Go Moonyoung who was disturbed by her memory of her mom




When Moon Sangtae bought food for Moon Kangtae for the first time and gave allowance money for him




When Moon Sangtae opened his heart and welcome Go Moonyoung to the family


When Moon Sangtae comforted Moon Kangtae during his hard times




When Moon Kangtae and Moon Sangtae got best wishes from their "fake" mother


When Moon Sangtae wanted to be independent of Moon Kangtae's helps





Source: [NAVER TVCast] 사이코지만 괜찮아

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These 15 Stars All Wore The Same Sweater This Year—Who Wore It Best?

#4 and #10 actually wore the same outfit on the same day.


The unisex Isabel Marant Étoile Drussell sweater may be the most popular sweater in Korea’s entertainment industry. With its mohair fabric and soft striped design, this $550 USD pullover is so comfortable and effortlessly stylish, it’s no surprise every Korean star and their mother seems to be wearing it lately. Just take a look at 15 stars who all donned this ombré sweater in different colors and tell us who really wore it best.



14. Kim Soo Hyun

Actor Kim Soo Hyun wore the sweater in red in an Instagram update in June this year. He paired it with black pants.





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Netflix K-dramas are creating a new "K-Content craze" worldwide




Netflix K-dramas are attracting new global users creating a K-content craze. 


According to analysts, the spread of the coronavirus has opened a new horizon for the Korean Wave meeting the demand for new K-Content as people are spending more time at home.


On the 7th, Flix Patrol, a content ranking site revealed that tvN drama 'Psycho but its Ok' starring Kim Soohyun and Seo Yeji topped Netflix's viewing list in 7 Asian countries after 14th episode. The drama's popularity is said to surpass Asia's rankings and ranks 6th on Netflix's global overall ranking serviced in 190 countries. This is the highest ranking ever for a Korean drama.


Ryu Hyung-jin, a business strategy officer at Studio Dragon, the nation's largest drama production company stated, "K-dramas are loved by global viewers due to their popularity, detailed plots, great cinematic quality and freshness."


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Analysts stated, "this craze of Korean wave is a different than previous wave by dramas like Winter Sonata and Dae Jang Geum because dramas lagged in popularity with other countries due to release dates. Nowadays, K-dramas can capture viewers from all over the world at the same time." 


A source from Netflix revealed, "We are working with with a total of 43,000 creators in Korea to introduce K-content to the world."


In the meantime, exports of Korean contents have surpassed $10 billion for the first time and China ban is showing signs of lifting. This means drama profits are expected to rise in second half. 



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source : https://dailynaver.blogspot.com/2020/08/netflix-k-dramas-are-creating-new-k.html

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7 Memorable OSTs From "It's Okay To Not Be Okay" — Which One is Your Favorite?




One of the most unforgettable dramas this year, "It's Okay To Not Be Okay," sadly comes to an end. Apart from its amazing plot and superb cast lineup, we'll certainly miss the memorable OSTs that evoked and moved our hearts.


From the start of the series, talented singers with their unique voices and charming melodies that suited the drama fueled our sadness, the butterflies in our tummy, and all the emotions we felt all throughout.


And if you're one of us who miss the show, let's reminisce as we listen to these seven musical masterpieces from "It's Okay To Not Be Okay".


"Breath" by Sam Kim

This is one of the memorable OST songs that gave us goosebumps every time the intro is played. It definitely lingers in our heart and mind, with Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji's face flashing in our memory showcasing their great chemistry.

"In Your Time" by AKMU's Lee SuHyun


With its enigmatic piano melody and Lee SuHyun's cold, beautiful voice carrying the sad emotions of Kim So Hyun and Seo Ye Ji's past life, this song will make your heart long for someone be by your side as well. It's one of the best OSTs of the drama where Seo Ye Ji finds healing and transforms into a better person with Kim Soo Hyun.

"Hallelujah" by Kim Feel's

The song depicts the sad life experience of Kwak Dong Yeon's speech as he expresses how lonely he felt being neglected by his family. It means rejoicing of finding one's happiness and releasing from the pain that holds oneself.

"Puzzle" by Yongzoo

"Puzzle" depicts the progress of Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji's romantic relationship. The brighter melody and lyrics about life is never complete without inspiration from the one you love, and it surely fluttered the heart of the viewers as the wonderful memories of the couple during the beginning of their romance replays in their mind.

"Little by Little" by CHEEZE

CHEEZE's song carries the magical vibe that brings both sadness and joy. It gives a shuddering feeling that little by little, memories transform the heart and heals the person within.

"In Silence" by Janeh Suhh

The intro song brings a flashback of the painful stories of our stars in the drama. Remember the unforgettable scene where Kim Soo Hyun found Seo Ye Ji was walking late at night under the profusely pouring rain on the bridge? Though the song brings a tinge of hurt, it is one of the best OSTs of the drama as well.

"Cold" by Heize

Heize really never fails to deliver! "Cold" lingers in your mind about each scene while listening to it, and that, of course, includes Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji's irresistible moments together. 



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Cold by Heize is one of the best I think when I heard it 1st time.. Idk why.. but the lyrics hits me so much.. 2nd is Breathe by Sam Kim; I firmly understood the lyrics when it pops up. It fills the gap with the sense of longing/needing and that borderline of empty can/bottomless stomach 



to think OTT streaming service and VOD will hurt public television show like KBS, MBC and SBS.. More younger people opts to watch dramas with no ads intervene..plus they have more freedom with lesser "commentary by parents" who sat in front of tv



Stay true to your words, Kim Soo Hyun!! Be an all rounder actor like Lee Jung Jae, Ha Jung Woo, Choi Min Sik and Jung Woo Sung.


"LETS GET IT" - Kim Soo Hyun in EP 14 BTS Psycho but Its Okay

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All The Episodes of "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" Are Actually Named After Famous Fairytales




The whole drama itself can be linked to fairytale books that almost everyone is familiar about and the episodes of "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" are called chapters.


And here's the amazing part, each chapter has been named after famous fairytale, in which five of it was written by the drama's fictional leading lady Ko Mun Yeong, who is a renowned children's book author. The chapter which she has penned includes the first episode, "The Boy Who Fed on Nightmares," the fourth episode "Zombie Kid," the seventh episode "The Cheerful Dog," the 13th episode "The Hand, The Monkfish," and the final episode "Finding the Real Face."


Moving forward, the rest are named after fairytales that we all know or are familiar with. We jotted down each chapter in "It's Okay Not To Be Okay" that were cleverly linked into real fairytales, fables, and folklores.



(Warning: If you have not watched this drama yet, please look away since there are spoilers ahead!)


"The Lady in Red Shoes" (2nd chapter)

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This episode was named after famous writer Hans Christian Andersen's "The Red Shoes," which was originally published in 1845. The story is about a woman who was obsessed with a pair of red shoes that she wore it everywhere. 


"Sleeping Witch" (3rd chapter)

The drama's third episode is actually linked to the well-known classic fairytale "Sleeping Beauty." This fairytale was first published in 1634 by Giambattista Basile. This fairytale tells the story of a beautiful princess who was cursed by a wicked fair to sleep for hundreds of years.

"Rapunzel and the Cursed Castle" (5th chapter)

Yet another fairytale which is loved by many the classic, "Rapunzel," this story was published in 1812 by the Brothers Grimm. It's about a princess with very long golden hair who was unfortunately trapped in a tower.


"Bluebeard's Secret" (6th Chapter)

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The story of "Bluebeard" came from a French folktale in which its most famous version was penned by Charles Perrault in 1697. And as the drama told it, it features the story of a rich man who kills one spouse after another.


"Beauty and the Beast" (8th Chapter)

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This fairytale clearly doesn't need any introduction at all since it is another classic story that we have read, heard and watched time and again. It is about a cursed prince that was made to look like a beast and could only go back to his human form is someone would love him unconditionally as a beast.

"King Donkey Ears" (9th Chapter)

"The King with Donkey Ears" is a well-known Korean children's fable but has various versions worldwide. Basically, the story is about a king who has a deep hidden secret, which is his large donkey ears, and the only one who knows about this secret is his hairdresser. However, he is completely forbidden to tell this secret until one day the hairdresser can't contain it anymore and shouted twice at the top of his lungs, revealing the secret, "The king has donkey ears!" 


"The Girl Who Cried Wolf" (10th Chapter)

"The Boy Who Cried Wolf" is a well-known fable that tells the story about the shepherd who keeps on fooling his neighbors telling a lie that a wolf is attacking his town's flock. Then one day, unexpectedly, there was a real actual wolf that showed up and the boy cried for help once again but nobody believed him anymore.


"The Ugly Duckling" (11th Chapter)

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"The Ugly Duckling" is another fairytale penned by author Hans Christian Andersen. This story is about accepting oneself even if you are completely different and unique compared to others.

"Romeo and Juliet" (12th Chapter)

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"Romeo and Juliet" is one of the most famous love stories everyone is familiar with, which is penned by William Shakespeare. It is about a forbidden love that ended in tragedy but somehow inspired their feuding families to make ameds. 

"The Father of the Two Sisters" (13th Chapter)

"The Father of the Two Sisters" is one of the highest grossing Korean horror films and is based on a Joseon Dynasty folktale, "Janghwa Hongryeon Jeon." It features the story of two sisters who both died due to their stepmother's abuse. 


"A Tale of Two Brothers" (15th Chapter)

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"A Tale of Two Brothers" has one of the most inspiring stories. It tells the story of two brothers who would sneak in and steal a sack of rice for each other's household. The story will inspire us on how a family should look after one another. And as the series has already concluded, the takeaway is clearly shown in Episode 15.


Can you connect or relate each episode of "It's Okay Not to Be Okay" to the story of these fairytales? If so, which one is your favorite "It's Okay Not To Be Okay" chapter?




source : Kdramastars



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