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[Current Drama 2020] It's Okay not to be Okay, 사이코지만 괜찮아 - Sat & Sun @ 21:00 KST

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16 minutes ago, Ahpheng said:

So glad to share my strips here again, my third strip was shared on previous page, thanks @triplem for recognising it was my work.  

 

 

Sorry, I don't know it's your picture

But I already give the credit to you :)

 

 

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AGAIN WOWED. Who is this director, Amazing style of telling the story weaved in Tim Burton Style!! Hats Off

 

The dynamics between MY-KT is like "Like a Moth to a flame" , not sure who is who right now.

  • I clapped throughout the scene wherein MY scolded the couple who harassed ST. The NORMAL Mentality people Often do not get or differentiate between the things which is being harassing to them and them doing the harassment to others. I do understand they thought ST was being creepy , but again calling someone LUNATIC without even having a clue why is an Adult Man behaving so is just sad.
  • Also the way MY threatened the Creep journalist and Pushed him off, Kudos!!
  • My heart cried out for KT and ST when they had the emotional moments as Kid and grown up.

 

KT has some sort of net over MY, she just cannot let go, I am not sure if they remember each other at this point to be honest.For once her eyes actually smiled when she was playing with KT's hair.

 

There is a weird like triangle going on between Jae-So--->>Joo-Ri----->>> Kang-Tae . Not sure in long sure how this may play out.I am thinking more towards MY-KT-JR.

 

My Questions>>>>>...............>>>>>>>

 

1. KT just randomly keeps on stopping a Lady? I mean he does see she has underlying issues, but what makes him proactively just stop her? Is it his caregiver tendency or something else??This may also be a form of harassment if MY would take this push pull in that sense.

 

2. Also how did MY know that KT after the bookstore incident would have left SEOUL and shifted to his/their hometown??? Ad relocated to OK Care-Center?, Was Her teammate able to fetch all the Current day's information???

 

The Last entry of MY giving off vibes "Baby I'm a nightmare dressed like a daydream", KT is stuck between being mesmerized, tempted and worried.Hope the entire show is this Good!! Fingers Crossed.

 

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Amazing start for premiere week.

 

Episode 2 omg

 

The chemistry is on fireeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

 

We got a little more background on MY past. 

 

We now knew that MY mother is also a famous book author that died suddenly and MY father an architect that goes crazy suddenly.

 

She also remember KT and after getting the information about his birthplace she knew right away where to go *i believe this is happen about a few days after they part away because KT call YR to say that he moving back to hometown. 

 

Poor YR tho she had a one sided crush to KT and look at her smile to him when they are in their hometown. 

 

Now that MY come to the hospital it will be interesting to see what happen next. Lets not forget that YR lowkey hate MY and it seems that MY knew YR for a long time based on their 1st episode conversation. 

 

NEXT WEEK COME FASTER PLEASE!!! Also the editing and the cinematography is top notch. You see the way they edit things is great and not over the top. Also the transition from one scene to other for example the window,bus etc its great and fresh.

 

Oh someone on twitter mention that the hospital look like doldam hospital ( dr romantic kim 2 ) lol

 

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Ok, started the second episode. KSH's voice in that first scene changes by the way. Suddenly becomes a bit lower & thicker & manlier. :D Well done, boy.

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Omo!!! Wait for me chingus!! I am coming back after watching these two episodes!!

 

@bebebisous33 @madmad min you guys are here too!!! :D (My sister who thought TKEM was way too complicated for her is squealing all over this drama. I keep telling her to be quiet and stop spoiling it for me :joy: )

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He is so beautiful :heart3:

 

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@hwonhwon_stv, I agree! So effortlessly perfect! :w00t:

 

To quote KMY: "Beautiful. I want him.:D :wub:

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@vangsweetie637 Pretty please don't read or listen to spoilers...SEE AND FEEL, this show and chemistry gives all kind of FEELS...

 

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Just a little bit of context about story that was the center today....Its a fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson named the Red shoes

It is a cautionary tale about avarice

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The little girl named Karen in that story lusted after a pair of red shoes and only cared that it made her appear lovely and gorgeous even when in the House of God instead of praying...An angel placed curse on those shoes so every time she put on those shoes her feet wouldn't stop dancing...even though she knew those shoes brought nothing but trouble, she wore them to the Grand Ball ignoring the  declining health of the kind lady who took her in after her mother died....that night the shoes won't stop dancing, they kept dancing and dancing and the old lady passed away. Later an executioner cut her legs to free her of her misery. She still couldn't go to church as those shoes and her legs would haunt her dancing every time she tried to go to the church...later God forgives her and her soul goes to heaven free of the red shoes.

I personally do not like this story because Hans Christian Anderson named the heroine of this fairy tale after his illegitimate half sister Karen,  due to poverty Karen was forced to take up prostitution and Hans feared she might show up to embarrass him and loathed her. This never sat well with me that he blamed his sister while she was just victim of her circumstances.

Now if this story is a parallel to what Moon Tae means to Moon Young, then I am scared. He is the forbidden red shoe that brings her nothing but misery, makes her sin or vice versa and they have to cut it apart but at the cost of deep personal loss. Is this a foreshadowing for a tragic end? I don't know, all I know is this show is beautiful and whimsical and so far hasn't played around in terms of pointing out just exactly anti-social personality disorder is. It often times can't be cured. If Moon Young is really of that variety then I am scared for where our romance is headed. But I am in and my ship has sailed. So, we shall see.

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10 minutes ago, Nymeria289 said:

Just a little bit of context about story that was the center today....Its a fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson named the Red shoes

It is a cautionary tale about avarice

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The little girl named Karen in that story lusted after a pair of red shoes and only cared that it made her appear lovely and gorgeous even when in the House of God instead of praying...An angel placed curse on those shoes so every time she put on those shoes her feet wouldn't stop dancing...even though she knew those shoes brought nothing but trouble, she wore them to the Grand Ball ignoring the  declining health of the kind lady who took her in after her mother died....that night the shoes won't stop dancing, they kept dancing and dancing and the old lady passed away. Later an executioner cut her legs to free her of her misery. She still couldn't go to church as those shoes and her legs would haunt her dancing every time she tried to go to the church...later God forgives her and her soul goes to heaven free of the red shoes.

I personally do not like this story because Hans Christian Anderson named the heroine of this fairy tale after his illegitimate half sister Karen,  due to poverty Karen was forced to take up prostitution and Hans feared she might show up to embarrass him and loathed her. This never sat well with me that he blamed his sister while she was just victim of her circumstances.

Now if this story is a parallel to what Moon Tae means to Moon Young, then I am scared. He is the forbidden red shoe that brings her nothing but misery, makes her sin or vice versa and they have to cut it apart but at the cost of deep personal loss. Is this a foreshadowing for a tragic end? I don't know, all I know is this show is beautiful and whimsical and so far hasn't played around in terms of pointing out just exactly anti-social personality disorder is. It often times can't be cured. If Moon Young is really of that variety then I am scared for where our romance is headed. But I am in and my ship has sailed. So, we shall see.

Thank you so much, @Nymeria289:w00t:

The red alerts for MKT were a bit too much in this episode and it is what everyone expects - her to ruin him. But, actually, with Hans Christian Anderson's tale you've mentioned, it might turn out to be the other way around: him to destroy her.

 

After finishing the second episode, I can honestly say that this drama will rank in my Top 3 kdramas of all time, and I am not even exaggerating. It's been a long time since I've ever had so many feelings at once, most of which I cannot properly express at the moment. :wub:

 

What I can say that I liked the most from this second episode was the incredible relationship between the two brothers. And MKT's smile at his brother is the most precious and sincere thing in this world, really. :wub:

 

Best line: 

 

 


"You're so brave, Sang-Tae, I am the coward."

"You're the younger brother, that's why you are the coward. I am the older brother, I know, you can always count on me."

 

 

So, the same as with MKT-KMY relation I've mentioned above - we expect her to cause problems to him, but might be the other way around. So, we expect MKT to take care of MST, but it might turn out to be the other way around.

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What a beautiful, artistic show. I'm feeling good about how the show is crafted and the dark tones it portrays so beautifully. I love the modern witch in a fairytale feel, Seo Ye Ji is really perfect in her role. Kim Soo Hyun is an adorable pitiable puppy . Hyeung is cute and I hope he can be rid of his butterflies soon ugghh poor thing. Anyways, I'm impressed. Every detail that has gone into this for a dark fairytale feel will be appreciated.

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Just finished watching the second episode and somehow convinced my non drama watcher sister to finally watch something with me. I loved it and she did too. And the preview is making me think I'll love the next one too :lol:

I can't wait for him to learn to face his fears face on by living around her brave self. I know he is supposed to help her calm down and heal too. I don't mind her healing but I don't know if I want her to calm down too much :P cause I love how she always faces people and doesn't back down. 

I can't wait for what comes next 

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I just want to say that everyone is doing a SPLENDID performance on their role for the first 2 episodes! There's some comedy & intensity but this dark fairytale romance is sort of freaking me out, but in a good way.

 

Here's my thoughts after episode 2:

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GMY'S narrative about the red shoe is really scary & now that she has found her red shoe, she isn't letting go. Imagine what she can do to get what she wants & that shows her obsession with MGT. 

 

Anyways, I would rather have her feelings become obsession because if she did confesses that she loves him, that would be out of her character since she lacks the feeling of sympathy & love. I want her to learn & grow to love with GT by her side to guide her to what love truly feels.

 

I know we'll get to see her character growth along with MGT's. For MGT, I want to see him face his own fears/issues instead of running away from it. Hopefully the writer will do justice to their character. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, vangsweetie637 said:

Omo!!! Wait for me chingus!! I am coming back after watching these two episodes!!

 

you guys are here too!!! :D (My sister who thought TKEM was way too complicated for her is squealing all over this drama. I keep telling her to be quiet and stop spoiling it for me :joy: )

 

You're late .... but not that late.  I'll bet you're going to host another party  here soon.

 

@Ahpheng it has been too long since I last saw your creation.

 

It's good to see many more "drama enthusiasts" here after another interesting episode. There are so many interesting moments.  Now that the main characters are back in their hometown where it all started, we'll know more about their connection to each other and the event that happened a long time ago that became a trauma to them.

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What a wonderful followup episode to the pilot! I am officially on board this ship, and I am willing to go down with it (but that hopefully is not gonna happen).

The direction is so wonderful! I have been been watching Kdramas since 13 years now, but I have rarely encountered something like this. It is so whimsical and magical, it's like the director has taken the audience directly into the land of all the fairy tales. I am IMPRESSED!

I specially loved the scene when OJS was all happy and running to meet the author at the book signing event, it takes a hell lot of creativity to come up with something so beautiful! BRAVO to director nim!

 

KSH is just incredibly manly and sexy, but gentle at the same time, RAWR!! 

SYJ takes no richard simmons from anyone, and her scene with the critic was just fantastic! The girl is gutsy and would take no crap from anyone. 

The chemistry as I said yesterday is on fire! 

 

Can't wait for next week's episode. 

I have not checked the ratings for episode 2, but I am sure they must have gone up. 

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 This isn’t task she want to do , even when digging information on her crush a proper task @triplem:joy:

 

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- S P O I L E R -

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Can we talk about the setting?

 

TVN and JTBC are the best when it comes to settings. I like the fact that they used the tales atmosphere to set it as a background, it's so pretty and smooth.

 

Characters

 

Every characters are interesting, I like how Moon Young is portrayed. She is cold but it's ok, it's not uncomfortable to watch.

 

It's not revealed yet but from what we have watched until now makes me think that her parents are involved in her mind state.

Yet, she seems to hate her mother more than her father. Her mother died and her father is treated in a psychiatric hospital. She doesn't want to be involved in his business, which is understandable since he tried to kill her in the past. 

 

Kang Tae's appearance seems to move her, he can help her to calm herself. He is the missing piece in the puzzle of her life. I think he will help her to be in peace with her past.

 

 

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Kang Tae is someone who sacrifice his life to care for his brother since their mother's death. He is lonely... since he was a kid, her mother only cares for his disable older brother. And, as a result he is left behind. He learns to be independent so he can take care of his brother. At a young age, he had to be the mother and the father of his brother. 

 

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20 hours ago, nrllee said:

@stroppyse yes I had the impression the writer wanted to address the whole concept of what constitutes “normal”.  Even autism is a spectrum.  Someone once said to me we’re all on that spectrum so who are we to say that we are more “normal” than someone else? 

 

"Normal" is just a statistical mean anyway, and it's true that we are all different and probably all on various spectrums anyway. :)

 

Episode 2 was just as confusing and as satisfying as episode 1 for me. I'm still very curious about their childhood scenes, if the children really are them, and what actually transpired between them. I have to admit that watching the little girl pull the butterfly apart gave me the chills. I can understand why the little boy ran away, if the little girl really was pulling apart the butterfly as the scenes seem to indicate, especially with all the butterflies that were on the ground helplessly trying to flap one wing. I'm also curious to see how MY and KT develop their relationship now.

 

I do love the way this drama looks with its juxtaposition of Tim Burton-esque stylings with the "normal" people, if you want to call them that. The fantasy elements still play nicely and in unexpected ways. On a more superficial note, I also have to say that I do rather like the way MY has been styled. She clearly dresses for style and impact, rather than for actual comfort. Her outfits don't look very comfy, but they are memorable.

 

It's also an interesting look at how "normalcy" can be so carelessly and thoughtlessly cruel. So, while MY may have the antisocial personality disorder, it's "normal" behavior that is being examined. The couple who carelessly toss around the word "crazy" and "idiot" which are both actually pretty strong words to use in Korean society. Westerners tend to use them lightly, but in Korean society, those words are basically cursing someone out and insulting them deeply.

 

In episode 1, the scene that really stood out to me was when MY questions the little girl as to really being her fan since in her fairy tales, the pretty ones were evil. In episode 2, however, the line that stood out for me was when KT says that it's occurred to him that instead of moving around for his older brother, perhaps he's the one who is just running away when things get hard, because when life gets hard, it's easier to run away. I can so empathize with that sentiment. Of course, it's true that running away may not solve all that much, especially if what is troubling one is in one's own head, but having a change of scenery can definitely provide a welcome relief and diversion.

 

Anyway, I suppose I am pretty hooked on this drama now. :)

 

So, a translation of the episode 3 preview.

 

 

MY: How can one define the relationship between two people with a single cast off word? (me: the implication of this comment is that KT can’t just dismiss their acquaintanceship/relationship since their relationship is more complicated than he seems to want it to be)
Director: Why don’t you teach a class for us, Writer?
MY: I’m Ko Moon Young who is going to be teaching a writing class starting today.
KT: I don’t have any time to dance to a tune that you play me! (meaning he has no time for her)
MY: Hypocrite.
MY: You know you want to play.
KT: I keep forgetting things these days. Even my older brother.
MY: You’re not running away any more.
KT: You keep…making me worry about you.

 

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wow she so fast , see it , liked it , wanted it :D


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If it was just that easy :lol:

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