I love watching Kdramas but I must admit that Its Okay Not to Be Okay was a very different experience for me. I loved it so much that I don’t feel confident that my review could do justice to this masterpiece of television writing and directing.
Synopsis: Moon Gang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun) is a caregiver at a hospital facility who crosses paths with antisocial children’s book writer Ko Munyeong (Seo Ye Ji) by accident. Munyeong is instantly fascinated with the enigmatic Gang Tae but he wants nothing to do with a high maintenance woman like her because he has so much more on his plate, including caring for his autistic older brother Sang Tae (Oh Sung Je). None of them are prepared for fate to play a clever twist on their lives.
I’ve actually seen a lot of the positive reviews about the series, delving deep into its implication on mental health issues, relationships and the like. I don’t think I could do that part as well as they have so I’ll just stick to what I know and share what made me fall in love with the series.
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