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[Drama 2020] It's Okay not to be Okay, 사이코지만 괜찮아

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Kim Soo Hyun's IG & Weibo update. :blush:

 

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Lol guys..i am sure this scene was not shown in episode 4 because I went back to watch the beginning and ending..so it can most likely be the opening in episode 5?

 


Zombie Kid made me cry and then JS made me cry with laughter :lol:

 

19 minutes ago, ktcjdrama said:

:joy: In his defense, I am going to think of it as a waterproof jacket and even if it isn’t, it will protect her from the blowing cold wind...

 

lol funny thing is, I stopped the scene to see if the jacket is actually wet. I couldn’t tell so if it is wet, she would still be a freezing popsicle. But no one remembers the jacket is wet because we had such a sweet scene :joy: it was the comment from the reaction video that made me think again hahaha.

 

@bebebisous33 i am also on the same point with you that I don’t think MY has ASPD. But I will read through your points too and provide my feedback because I only read the very first part of your sentence and had to reply before I forget  :D

 

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Seo Ye Ji's "Cursed Castle" in "It's Okay To Not Be Okay"

 

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Mun Yeong (Seo Ye Ji) spent her childhood in a big mansion that her father built in celebration of her birth. It wasn't a blissful memory for her, an only child with successful parents.

 

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The latest episode of the number one trending drama "It's Okay To Not Be Okay" gave viewers a glimpse of the mansion.

 

Mun Yeong is a celebrity and a children's book author. Her father was a well-known professor of Korean language at a top university. Now an old man, he suffers from dementia and is admitted to OK Psychiatric Hospital.

Her mother is a famous mystery novelist, who had had a great influence during her childhood years. It's forbidden to talk about her late mother's death, which has something to do with the mansion called "cursed castle."

 

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read full article>>> https://www.kdramastars.com/articles/118278/20200703/watch-seo-ye-jis-cursed-castle-okay.htm

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Credit to tvN

 

p.s The link is blocked to some countries... so if this is not the full version, we might have to wait a little bit later or until someone else upload the full version somewhere :ph34r:

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1 hour ago, vangsweetie637 said:

I was watching a reaction video to episode 4 ending and there is a comment:


“Is he giving her his wet sweater? Cuz you know, it’s wet so won’t help much.” 
 

And this was my thought: “Wait. That’s right.”

 

As much as I loved this scene, the comment actually made a lot of sense. 

K-drama at its best! :D

 

AWWW he said his heart skipped a beat when she touched his hair in the earlier episode! That's probably why he remembered it and told her do it again in the last BTS!

 

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1 hour ago, vangsweetie637 said:

I was watching a reaction video to episode 4 ending and there is a comment:


“Is he giving her his wet sweater? Cuz you know, it’s wet so won’t help much.” 
 

And this was my thought: “Wait. That’s right.”

 

As much as I loved this scene, the comment actually made a lot of sense. 

 

 

Yeah but her clothes were see through !

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Same top?

 

Honestly can't wait to see their dynamic in this scene :w00t:

 

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11 minutes ago, blademan said:

Same top?

 

Honestly can't wait to see their dynamic in this scene :w00t:

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She was staying at his house that night.... so...  (this is just an assumption that it is the day after that) :glasses:

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@Sejabin, half true, in my opinion, yes. But I found her speech about "destiny" on several times something like a mockery - along the lines of you ordinary people call it "destiny," right? Not truly believing in it. Aaand this is the "half true" part, actually. Because she openly mocks others in front of them but when she is alone, she is afraid and she is sensitive. We saw it how she mocked KMT for his "butterfly hug" when they were together; yet, she applied the very same hug when she was alone and scared.

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anyone got access for full video of the interview?they blocked the YT video in my region, from IG & Twitter video the duration only 1min, i dont think it's that short  so i searched on naver and it's 11mins long

why they blocked it from international viewersss..arghhhh!

 

here's Naver link: https://tv.naver.com/v/14606656

 

 

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A selca with MY - MST as the photographer

 

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, bebebisous33 said:

I still don't believe in this diagnosis ASPD. First, it was stated by the journalist who tried to blackmail her. How can we take his words seriously? Secondly, these are the characteristics for a person suffering from ASPD. 

  • socially irresponsible behavior
  • disregarding or violating the rights of others
  • inability to distinguish between right and wrong
  • difficulty with showing remorse or empathy
  • tendency to lie often
  • manipulating and hurting others
  • recurring problems with the law
  • Hostility, significant irritability, agitation, aggression or violence
  • general disregard towards safety and responsibility (quoted from) https://www.healthline.com/health/psychopath#signs /

Just because she is stealing doesn't make her a sociopath. I would rather say that she is suffering from cleptomania. Then when she tried to stab the man, we shouldn't forget that she acted after witnessing how the little girl had been hurt and she had been called a lunatic due to her words. She was definitely affected by his words. Sure, her action was morally and legally wrong but even a normal person affected by a crime can retaliate. Why do we have people who ask for death penalty or kills someone out of revenge or hurt? These persons are never called sociopaths or psychopaths. They do it on affect. Then committing a crime like driving too fast... should we call all these persons who are driving carelessly also sociopaths?

Sure, you will answer that the addition of her wrongdoings is the problem. Yet, if you read all the features, you'll notice that many of them are not visible in MY.

 

She defended the right of ST and demonstrated that the person who committed a crime was the father. He assaulted ST first. Who lied later? The parents... She shows that she is able to feel empathy for others... and not just one person like ST but also for MT, the son of the politician and the patients from that psychiatry institution. She is willing to defend the weak ones. She knew what kind of problems they had hence she chose the right fairy tales for them.

 

She is listening to MT and realized her mistake, hence she decided to keep her word in the end. She went to pay a visit to her father like she had promised. She followed MT's advice and reproach. So she is learning her lessons too and she shows some regret.

 

She is not violent per se, she becomes aggressive, when she is threatened, like with the journalist or with the suicidal father. 

Then she doesn't lie as she is very honest with MT and even with the son of the politician. She doesn't hide her disdain and contempt for others... she is brutally honest. She knows how to be responsible for ST and she did that on many occasions. She shows more empathy towards weak persons because she knows deep down that the so-called normal people can be the most dangerous ones. That's why there is this work written by Hanna Arendt "Banalität des Bösen" (German)/ "Banality of Evil" because the normal people were the ones responsible for the Holocaust and not the mentally unstable ones. Her book represents an plea to civil courage and empathy... to stop people from discriminating and hurting others due to their differences. And this is exactly what MY is doing.

 

Her methods might be too rough and unorthodox but her intention is clear. Besides, she wanted to suffer the consequences of her actions (she asked to be called for the "kidnapping") but MT chose otherwise. 

 

My point is the following. She has definitely issues but she is not per se suffering from ASPD. Her cleptomania is a signal. She wants to get attention as she has always felt lonely. If she was suffering from ASPD, no doctor in his right mind would entrust her with mentally unstable patients. This would be dangerous and could be considered as a crime. She has been isolated all her life hence she needs to be reintegrated into society and to meddle with people that's why the doctor proposed her this offer. He knows that she has problems but we shouldn't forget that she did sign the papers for her father in the end. She didn't even stop her father while he was strangling her, she didn't even retaliate which shows how his first murder attempt has left a deep scar in her heart. 

 

She is an asocial person as she didn't really grow up in society, was secluded due to her familial situation and later due to her career and stigmatization as sociopath/psychopath. In my opinion, there is a reason why she was hesitating to save the boy (the flower), she had never received any help before and she didn't know the true value of a human being. Her own mother described her as an object, the perfect creation.   

 

Thank you very much you are correct and did your research I'm very surprised the drama didnt they pick a disorder and give her some symptoms and called it a day also a person cant be diagnosed with ASPD as an adult it can only be diagnosed in a child if your an adult it cant be proven I'm just saying if they want to bring awareness they should atlease do it correctly so they dont confuse people I dont think people really know what ASPD is like that's a scary diagnosis serial kills are diagnosed with ASPD our girl just a little off 

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10 minutes ago, Misstinker said:

Thank you very much you are correct and did your research I'm very surprised the drama didnt they pick a disorder and give her some symptoms and called it a day also a person cant be diagnosed with ASPD as an adult it can only be diagnosed in a child if your an adult it cant be proven I'm just saying if they want to bring awareness they should atlease do it correctly so they dont confuse people I dont think people really know what ASPD is like that's a scary diagnosis serial kills are diagnosed with ASPD our girl just a little off 

Thanks for the compliment! I am no psychologist, just a teacher and as such, I am very careful with any diagnosis/judgement.

 

I had one student who was suffering from Tourette Syndrome and it was only diagnosed, when I was his teacher. The thing is that due to his behavior, his teacher from his primary school got a very bad impression of him and even thought that he would never get a high school diploma. She was expecting he would get bad grads in my French class, when I met her by coincidence. 

 

But even if his "illness" meant more work for me, I did everything in my power so that his classmates wouldn't condemn him therefore I took deliberately his side, showing that this was nothing extraordinary. He just had an handicap. So he did get his high school diploma and this parents rewarded me for my encouraging behavior.

 

That's why it is very important to be careful with any judgement or diagnosis (first he was categorized as child suffering from ADHD) and always show understanding. Understanding doesn't mean that the person won't get scolded for wrongdoings. 

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1 hour ago, YongZura⁷ said:

A selca with MY - MST as the photographer

 

 

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:cutekitty: MST as photographer is so cute (the chicks :wub:) the selfie :selfie:

 

MST as a fan of MY is even more cute!

 

But the interaction between the two is the cutest :dorashakes:

it's so cute how MST acts like a happy puppy when seeing MY

and MY is so cute, fun and respectful against MST. She doesn't treat him as someone abnormal, she gives him fan service like he's the president of her fan club :D

 

I love the scenes with them almost just as much as between our lovable leads. I think MST will be very happy if she becomes part of the family and he can call her "sadoon" (in-law). But that's going ahead too fast. I'm enjoying the current relationship right now :heart4:

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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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They really look like the version of each other

 

 

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