It’s okay to not be okay – It’s different, a good different

I looked at the title and the description a couple of times before deciding to watch this one. Why? Because I wasn’t sure if I wanted to watch it. But I am glad that I did. The storyline is strong, the dialogues are good and it definitely looks like a well-researched series.

It’s Okay To Not Be Okay Trailer

5 reasons to watch It’s okay to not be okay

  1. Focus on mental health issues: It’s not just that they have shown the issues from the surface, but they go deeper. When you start watching the show, there are so many things that you will realise about mental health. The focus is mostly on healing and how to go about living your life. The message it imparts is very important.
  2. Fashion: You gotta check out everything Ko Mun-yeong is wearing because those outfits are bombdotcom.
  3. The stories: Interesting part of the show is the little stories that are shown in between. These stories are shown from a different perspective and make more sense than the classic stories.
  4. Focus on family: The way things rotate around helping each other, being there for each other and going to lengths to keep each other safe and happy, I can say most certainly that you will like the feel of being a part of the family here.
  5. Mystery: Suspense, thrills and mystery make this show bingeworthy.

The cast and their Instagram accounts

Kim Soo Hyun as Moon Gang Tae Instagram

Park Gyu Young as Nam Joo Ri [Nurse and Gang Tae’s co-worker] Instagram

Kang Gi Doong as Jo Jae Soo [Gang Tae’s friend] Instagram

Kim Joo Heon as Lee Sang In [CEO of Sangsangyisang Publishing Company] Instagram

Kim Mi Kyung as Kang Soon Deok [Joo Ri’s mother] Instagram

Park Jin Joo as Yoo Seung Jae [Art Director / Sang In’s assistant] Instagram

Choi Woo Sung as Oh Cha Yong [Caregiver at OK Psychiatric Hospital] Instagram

The ones who are not on Instagram

Seo Ye Ji as Ko Moon Young

Oh Jung Se as Moon Sang Tae

Jang Young Nam as Park Haeng Ja [Head nurse at OK Psychiatric Hospital]

Kim Chang Wan as Oh Ji Wang [Director of OK Psychiatric Hospital]

Okay, so that is all. I recommend this show 100% and you will also have some moments of laughter and a lot of swoonworthy moments.

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