It was the first drama since Kim Soo-hyun‘s discharge from the ROK Army, and it had drawn attention even before the show began.
As It’s Okay to Not Be Okay began airing the show, interest in actress Seo Ye-ji began to grow.
All fashion items, including the waist size of Seo Ye-ji, were the center of attention.
I started to hear that It’s Okay to Not Be Okay drama was the drama of Seo Ye-ji.
But as the episode went on, I started to feel like the story was getting stretched out.
Negative articles about It’s Okay to Not Be Okay dramas have begun to appear on the media.
As the drama nears its end, the proportion of Moon Sang-tae, Oh Jung-se‘s character, began to increase.
As the problem of the symbolic butterfly of the It’s Okay to Not Be Okay drama was solved, the finishing touches were made, especially the comical performances of Oh Jung-se and Seo Ye-ji were quite interesting.
Personally, I had high expectations for Oh Jung-se’s acting, and I could see Oh Jung-se’s performance that satisfied me enough.
Oh Jung-se’s accent and speech may have been well communicated in other languages other than Korean.
It was nice to have a warm ending with the story of three people who overcame the pain and grew up.