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Kim Soo Hyun’s ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’ Records 18 Million Views

 

Kim Soo Hyun’s comeback project, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, shows “top” popularity.

According to an analysis by Smart Media Rep (SMR), which distributes clips of major broadcasters on online platforms such as Naver and YouTube, the accumulated number of views of tvN’s weekend drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okayexceeded 18 million views on June 30, and the average number of views per episode was 3.37 million.

 

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay is a romantic comedy drama about a fantasy fairytale-like love between Moon Kang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun), a psych ward community worker who refuses to love from being oppressed by the weight of life, and Go Moon Young (Seo Ye Ji), a storybook writer who doesn’t understand love due to her antisocial personality disorder.

 

Thanks to actors’ passionate performances, the first episode’s highlight video has surpassed 1 million views, making it the most viewed videos.

Then, the first scene of Seo Ye Ji came in second with 630,000 views. In the scene, Seo Ye Ji graciously broke the prejudice of “the princess is unconditionally nice” held by a young fan and flawlessly showed how Goo Moon Young, who has an antisocial personality, thinks.

 

 

https://zapzee.net/2020/07/02/kim-soo-hyuns-its-okay-to-not-be-okay-records-18-million-views/

 

 

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Kim Soo Hyun Faces Seo Ye Ji’s Wrath For 1st Time In “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

 

tvN’s “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” has shared a sneak peek of a tense confrontation between Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji!

 

On the previous episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,” Moon Kang Tae (played by Kim Soo Hyun) and Go Moon Young (played by Seo Ye Ji) grew closer to one another after learning about each other’s emotional wounds. Go Moon Young was able to read Moon Kang Tae, who longed to be loved after losing his mother at an early age, while Moon Kang Tae began to understand Go Moon Young by reading her storybooks.

 

However, just as romance appeared to be blossoming between the two characters, the drama has hinted at a storm on the horizon for the would-be couple. In newly released stills from the upcoming episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,” a furious Go Moon Young glares angrily at Moon Kang Tae as he stares coldly back at her. After a fiery standoff between the two, Moon Kang Tae ultimately turns and walks away.

 

Not only do the new photos pique viewers’ curiosity as to what conflict might have transpired between the drama’s two leads, but they also show a new side of Go Moon Young that neither Moon Kang Tae nor viewers have seen before. The writer’s signature playful smirk and mischievous gaze are nowhere to be found, and there is something raw in her eyes as she fixes Moon Kang Tae with an accusing glare.

 

Additionally, for the first time, Go Moon Young is dressed in a worn-out T-shirt and casual, ordinary clothing—a look that contrasts sharply with the glamorous, eye-catching fashion she has sported throughout the drama thus far.

To find out what happens between Moon Kang Tae and Go Moon Young, tune in to the next episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” on July 4 at 9 p.m. KST!

 

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1410613wpp/kim-soo-hyun-faces-seo-ye-jis-wrath-for-1st-time-in-its-okay-to-not-be-okay?fbclid=IwAR04PYX0jMTbybc-f82sJ8fVcSYG4zGxu-53OD5eWKPY2_2SNx6ZgndIYWQ

 

 

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2020.07.03  Kim Soo-hyun's Instagram upload

 

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8 hours ago, hwonhwon_stv said:

It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’

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Kim Soo Hyun Faces Seo Ye Ji’s Wrath For 1st Time In “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

 

tvN’s “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” has shared a sneak peek of a tense confrontation between Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji!

 

On the previous episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,” Moon Kang Tae (played by Kim Soo Hyun) and Go Moon Young (played by Seo Ye Ji) grew closer to one another after learning about each other’s emotional wounds. Go Moon Young was able to read Moon Kang Tae, who longed to be loved after losing his mother at an early age, while Moon Kang Tae began to understand Go Moon Young by reading her storybooks.

 

However, just as romance appeared to be blossoming between the two characters, the drama has hinted at a storm on the horizon for the would-be couple. In newly released stills from the upcoming episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,” a furious Go Moon Young glares angrily at Moon Kang Tae as he stares coldly back at her. After a fiery standoff between the two, Moon Kang Tae ultimately turns and walks away.

 

Not only do the new photos pique viewers’ curiosity as to what conflict might have transpired between the drama’s two leads, but they also show a new side of Go Moon Young that neither Moon Kang Tae nor viewers have seen before. The writer’s signature playful smirk and mischievous gaze are nowhere to be found, and there is something raw in her eyes as she fixes Moon Kang Tae with an accusing glare.

 

Additionally, for the first time, Go Moon Young is dressed in a worn-out T-shirt and casual, ordinary clothing—a look that contrasts sharply with the glamorous, eye-catching fashion she has sported throughout the drama thus far.

To find out what happens between Moon Kang Tae and Go Moon Young, tune in to the next episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” on July 4 at 9 p.m. KST!

 

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1410613wpp/kim-soo-hyun-faces-seo-ye-jis-wrath-for-1st-time-in-its-okay-to-not-be-okay?fbclid=IwAR04PYX0jMTbybc-f82sJ8fVcSYG4zGxu-53OD5eWKPY2_2SNx6ZgndIYWQ

 

 

hwonhwon, thanks for sharing this. I love the drama since there's a unique storyline and interesting characters. :blush:

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2 hours ago, willenette said:

 

hwonhwon, thanks for sharing this. I love the drama since there's a unique storyline and interesting characters. :blush:

 

 

You're welcome willenette :)

Yes, I love the drama too. Also Soo Hyun looks handsome and younger :P

 

 

 

2020.07.03  Kim Soo-hyun's Instagram upload

 

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2020.07.03   “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay Kim Soo Hyun” is trending NO 7 on Naver Entertainments-Sports Section

 

 

 

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The support of fan group 'REALsooLove’ for Kim Soo Hyun's new drama 'It's Okay To Not Be Okay'

 

 

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It's Okay To Not Be Okay

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Kim Soo Hyun Is Caged In By Seo Ye Ji On “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

 

tvN’s “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” has shared a new sneak peek of its upcoming episode!

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At the end of the previous episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,” Moon Kang Tae (played by Kim Soo Hyun) ran to find Go Moon Young (played by Seo Ye Ji) in the rain after belatedly realizing that she had a painful past of her own. Go Moon Young then collapsed in his arms, and the two shared a warm embrace that seemed to mark the beginning of a new chapter in their relationship.
On July 4, the romance drama revealed new stills of a heated moment between the two leads. In the newly released photos, Go Moon Young boldly traps Moon Kang Tae against a wall with her arms as she stares him down.

 

“It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” also unveiled a glimpse of Jung Sang Hoon’s upcoming cameo appearance in the drama. As he watches sparks fly between the lead couple, Jung Sang Hoon wears a playful, curious smile that has viewers wondering just what kind of role he’ll be playing in the story.

The next episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” will air on July 4 at 9 p.m. KST.

 

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1410817wpp/kim-soo-hyun-is-caged-in-by-seo-ye-ji-on-its-okay-to-not-be-okay

 

 

Kim Soo Hyun Is Caged In By Seo Ye Ji On “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

 

 

 

'Psycho but it's okay' Capture the breath skinship

 

The 5th episode of TVN Saturday drama 'Psycho But It's Okay' will be broadcast, Kang-Tae (Kim Soo-Hyun) and Go Moon-Young (Seo Ye-Ji) It is raising the heart rate of viewers by revealing the close contact. 

 

In the previous broadcast, Ko Moon-young was worried about Moon Kang-tae and heard the words, "It's empty and it's just a noise. Like a can. So you know everything about me without knowing anything, don't be mistaken for understanding."

 

On the 4th, there was a growing number of questions about the direction of their relationship. In response to the expectations of these viewers, the visuals of Moon Kang-tae and Go Moon-young in the public photos are creating excitement. 

First, the expression of Ko Mun-young, who looks at Kang Kang-tae in his arms, flows as usual. However, it seems like this reality is unfamiliar, and Moon's attitude adds interest to Komun-young in an opposite mood.

 

In addition, actor Jung Sang-hoon takes the role of a third person who is watching the scene and notices a special appearance and stimulates the desire to watch. In particular, his faces looking at Moon Kang-tae and Go Moon-young are full of curiosity, and they already laugh. In this way, attention is also focused on the performance of Jeong Sang-hun, who will appear in the 5th surprise. 

 

So Jung Sang Hoon said, "Thanks for being with Director Park Shin-woo and being able to participate in such a good work, and I enjoy shooting at the shooting site so much that it will be a good memory. I hope that the viewers will have fun watching it, too." . He added, "Don't forget to be on the weekend, the main shooter! Please, and I will support' Psycho but it's okay' as a viewer to the end." 

The production team said, "Jung Sang-hoon is going to shine his presence as a new stylist even if it appears for a short time.

 

On the other hand, TVN, a strange strange romantic comedy drama about a fantasy fairy-tale love, in which a psychic ward guard who refuses to love under the heavy weight of life and a tale writer Ko Mun-young, who does not know about love with a natural defect, heals and heals each other's wounds. The Saturday drama'Psycho, but it's okay' is aired at 9:05 on the 4th. 
 

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Moon Kang Tae

 

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They are a cover of a Japanese Magazine :foryou:

 

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Now 4.1M Followers  :P

 

 

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Kim Soo Hyun update his IG

 

 

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Lieutenant Won Ryu-wan / Bang Dong-gu  VS  Moon GangTae
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8 REASONS WHY IT’S OKAY TO NOT BE OKAY SHOULD BE NEXT ON YOUR LIST


1. NOT YOUR TYPICAL MALE LEAD
Kim Soo-hyun plays the role of Moon Kang-tae, a young man in his late 20’s who works as a community health worker at a psychiatric ward. Kang-tae also takes on several part-time jobs just to make ends meet—something you don’t usually see in K-Drama Land where CEOs, chaebol heirs, captains, kings, princes, doctors, professors, famous writers, and other well-off male leads abound—turning away from the trend of the rich guy role. As a health worker, Kim Soo-hyun dons a scrubsuit (swoon) and it just makes your heart flutter watching him take care of different types of patients. And with all the sibling rivalry going on in most dramas, seeing a character who is so fragile and sensitive towards his brother just melts our hearts. Also, this character also has one of the most heartbreaking backstories, you'd want to get inside the screen and hug them in comfort (and we all know Kim Soo-hyun always delivers when it comes to dramatic scenes so prepare your own boxes of tissue).

 

 

2. STRONG, FASHIONABLE FEMALE LEAD
Just recently, strong female leads are popping up on almost all dramas. Adding to the list is Seo Ye-ji, who plays Ko Mun-yeong, a successful and popular children’s book author who suffers from anti-social personality disorder. Although she comes off as selfish, arrogant, and rude, this strong personality is also her charm (yes, her dark-humor actually adds spice to the drama). Also, when I say strong, I mean someone who knows how to fight back against troublemakers! Talk about girl power! (However, don't be swayed by her personality easily as there are also reasons behind why she is what she is. Watch to find out). Lastly, don’t even get me started about Mun-yeong’s enviable wardrobe. Can I just say she slays every outfit she wears? Go girl, make the world your runway!

 

 

3. REVERSED ROLES
Unlike most dramas where the male lead is wealthy and the female lead is financially mediocre, the roles played by Soo-hyun and Ye-ji are actually the opposite. Kang-tae is the poor one here and Mun-yeong is the affluent one. Also, while it is common in dramas that the man does extravagant or heroic acts to win the girl’s heart, Mun-yeong is one of the few female lead characters who actually makes an effort and goes all out to chase after her leading man (there is a reason behind this). Despite the role reversal, chemistry remains undeniably strong between these two!

 

 

4. MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS
The drama sheds light on various mental health disorders, one of which is effectively presented by none other than Baeksang 2020 Best Supporting Actor Oh Jung-se, who plays the role of Moon Sang-tae, Moon Kang-tae’s older brother who suffers from autism spectrum disorder (ASD). I cannot stress just how convincing Jung-se’s portrayal is of someone with ASD. From his posture, to his stance, to his gait and the way he talks as well as his facial expressions—his acting skills are spot on (I could smell another Baeksang award for him!) Another would be antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) which our female lead suffers from. Maaan, Ko Mun-yeong's words and actions are really realistic in depicting and true to her illness! Since the setting seems to be mainly at the fictitious OK Psychiatric Hospital, it’s safe to say we could look forward to seeing more mental health issues being tackled as the story progresses. Additionally, it is great to see another aspect of mental health awareness—that is, seeing it from the caretaker’s point of view as they impart the struggles and frustrations they have to deal with in their line of work. With this drama, I’m crossing my fingers that people will finally see and understand how challenging yet fulfilling it is to take care of persons with mental illness.

 

 

5. ATTENTION TO DETAILS
I have to applaud the research that has been done for this drama. As someone who has dealt first hand with children with special needs, it is very satisfying to see the effort the production crew made just to make everything as realistic as possible. From the labels plastered all over the Moon brothers' house, to the repetitive TV lines spoken by Sang-tae, to the fixations of Mun-yeong and Sang-tae on specific objects, to Mun-yeong's shifts from societal norm, I could say it’s a job well done in delivering the realities that come with mental illness (planning to post more on this subject later).

 


6. CINEMATOGRAPHY
One word: WOW. Each scene is breathtakingly shot it’s like a moving piece of art. The camera angles are well-thought of that every time you take a screen shot, it always comes out pleasing to the eyes. Oh, and did I mention the aesthetically pleasing color palette? Again, one word: WOW.

 

 

7. ELEGANT ANIMATION
The animation in the introduction immediately reminded me of a Tim Burton production with its dark theme. It was haunting yet soulful as it narrated the inner struggles of Mun-yeong. The animations done to convey what went on in Sang-tae’s mind was beautifully done as well, showcasing the colorful and creative world of persons with ASD.
8. OST
The drama’s soundtrack is captivating and beautiful, leaving you wanting to search for it immediately as soon as you hear them play in the background. Each song fits the scene it plays on perfectly, it’s like all your emotions have been converted to music.
If these aren’t enough reasons to convince you to watch, I don’t know what will be.

 

 

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