Still recovering from Hotel Del Luna and Crash Landing On You? It seems another hit South-Korean drama is here to make waves again, and this time it’s a dark fairytale with gothic vibes. The best part? No more cameos, Kim Soo Hyun is here to stay; and with enigmatic co-star Seo Ye Ji for an unusual love story in It’s Okay To Not Be Okay.
The highly-raved drama has many things going for it—an original and well-written script, gorgeous cinematography, amazing fashion and brilliant acting by the cast of actors. It is also making waves for shedding light on mental health issues and trauma, and the intense chemistry between the two main leads. If you have been enjoying the series so far, here are eight interesting things that will make you love this unique K-drama even more.