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It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (Korean: 사이코지만 괜찮아; RR: Saikojiman gwaenchana; lit. Psycho But It’s Okay) is a 2020 South Korean romantic television series starring Kim Soo-hyun and Seo Ye-ji. The series tells an unusual romance story between two people who end up healing each other’s emotional and psychological wounds. It airs on tvN every Saturday and Sunday at 21:00 (KST) time slot and will be available to stream worldwide on Netflix starting from June 20, 2020.
The drama tells the story of Moon Kang-tae (Kim Soo-hyun), a community health worker at a psychiatric ward who doesn’t have time for love, and Ko Moon-young (Seo Ye-ji), a successful children’s book author who suffers from antisocial personality disorder and has never known love. After meeting one another, the two slowly begin to heal each other’s emotional wounds.


  • Kim Soo-hyun as Moon Kang-tae
  • Moon Woo-jin as young Moon Kang-tae
    An orphaned caretaker working at a psychiatric ward who was blessed with everything including a great body, brain, the ability to empathize with others, patience, the ability to react quickly, and stamina. However, he does not believe in love.
    • Seo Ye-ji as Ko Moon-young
    A popular children’s book author who suffers from antisocial personality disorder and knows nothing about love.
    • Oh Jung-se as Moon Sang-tae
    Kang-tae’s autistic older brother. He is a fan of Author Ko Moon Young.
    • Park Kyu-young as Nam Joo-ri
    A nurse, Moon Kang-tae’s co-worker.


    • Kim Joo-hun as Lee Sang-in
    A 38-year-old CEO of a publishing company. He started his career as an editor of a fairy tale story written by Moon-young.
    • Kim Chang-wan as Oh Ji-wang
    The president of the mental ward.
    • Kim Mi-kyung as Kang Soon-deok
    Chef at the mental ward, Joo-ri’s mother.
    • Lee Eol as Go Dae-hwan
    Moon-young’s father and a patient at the mental ward who suffers from dementia.
    • Jang Young-nam as Park Haeng-ja
    A strong and meticulous senior nurse.
    • Kang Ki-doong [ko] as Jo Jae-soo
    Kang-tae’s friend. He is self-employed.
    • Jang Gyu-ri as Sun Byul
    A nurse with 3 years of experience, Joo-ri’s best friend.
    • Park Jin-joo as Yoo Seung-jae
    The art director at Sang-in’s company.

    Extended cast

    • Woo Jung-won as Do Hee-jae
    Moon-young’s mother. A best-selling author who has disappeared for years.
    • Seo Joon as Kwon Min-suk
    • Choi Woo-sung as Oh Cha-yong
    • Kim Ki-chun as Gan Pil-ong
    • Jung Jae-kwang as Joo Jung-tae
    • Ji Hye-won as Lee Ah-reum
    • Kang Ji-eun as Park Ok-ran
    • Joo In-young as Yoo Sun-hae
    Park Kyu-young and Kang Ki-doong previously starred together in Romance Is a Bonus Book (2019)
    Kim Soo Hyun and Kim Chang-wan were also in My Love from the Star (2014), as main and supporting roles respectively.
    Park Jin-joo and Kim Mi-kyung were also reunited from Her Private Life (2019) as supporting roles.

    30 thoughts on “"Let's run away" Kang Tae has feelings for Moon Young| It's Okay To Not Be Okay | Asian Network Media #ItsOkayToNotBeOkay

    1. We’ll get an open-ended finale

      As much as we hate to think about a drama’s ending before it even airs, we’d like to throw in our finale plot predictions in this lineup to spice things up even more. Considering everything we’ve pitched so far, an open-ended finale is not really that far-fetched when you think about it. Since we’re already betting on Gae-Tae and Mun-Yeong splitting up near the ending, we think that the series will conclude with the two meeting again on better terms. However, there's a high chance that the writers would leave it to our imaginations whether the two protagonists decide to be together again or not. That will be a bittersweet ending for sure, but considering how the overarching theme that life is anything but a fairytale, it seems plausible. You’d have to agree that it’s quite fitting!

      Source : clozette.co

    2. Uhm..so…it was 11pm and I said I will only watch one episode and than go to sleep.. It’s 5:30 am and I’m crying becuse I can’t wait for the next episode to come out so I’m watching edits ._.

    3. I'm not Korean i clips of of this show here on youtube i watched episodes 1 to 4 yesterday on neflix and i'm going to watch episode 5 when I get home from work i love this show they better stay together for life

    4. Such a difference between Ju Ri and KMY. Ju Ri “say you’re sorry” or just suck it up, KMY “why do you let people hit you? Why do you suppress yourself? You deserve to have fun.” That’s why Ju Ri would never be right for him. She would let him keep dying/hurting inside.

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