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Actors Say Farewell to ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay ended with its highest viewership of 7.3 percent on August 10. After many twists and turns, the storybook “Find the Real Face,” written by Go Moon Young and Moon Sang Tae, was published, and Moon Kang Tae, Moon Sang Tae, and Go Moon Young were seen going off on their journey to a new life.

Actors, including Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, and Oh Jung Se, who have captivated the viewers for the past two months, expressed their feelings about the end.

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Kim Soo Hyun: Thank you so much for watching It’s Okay to Not Be Okay. The director, writer, staff, and actors worked really hard together. I said that It’s Okay to Not Be Okay is a human healing drama, but I think I am the one who received the most healing. I hope you’ve all been healed, too.

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Seo Ye Ji: When the wounds of Moon Young, who seemed colorful and cold on the outside but is lonely in the inside, were revealed, it was heartbreaking, but the “healing process” as she became a family with Moon Sang Tae and Moon Kang Tae was touching. I was happy to receive so much love as Go Moon Young. Thank you to It’s Okay to Not Be Okay team and viewers.

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Oh Jung Se: Meeting special Sang Tae, I was able to broaden my view of the world a bit more. Sang Tae is the purest and most humane character I’ve ever played, and it helped me look back on myself. I would like to thank all the viewers for crying, laughing, and cheering for Sang Tae’s growth into a real adult.

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Park Kyu Young: It was so nice to be able to spend warm spring and summer as Joo Ri. It was an amazing experience to see Joo Ri grow as a person and act it out. It was a very precious drama for me since I got to learn so much and get a ton of energy from the director, staff, and fellow actors.

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Jang Young Nam: It’s Okay to Not Be Okay is a drama that threw countless questions at me. All my concerns helped me to grow again, and I was very lucky to meet such a meaningful work.

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Kim Joo Heon: It’s Okay to Not Be Okay came to an end. I understand that there were good responses not only at home but also abroad. Thank you so much. There were many happy moments (while filming). I hope those feelings are conveyed well, and I hope you will always be happy and healthy.

Park Jin Joo: I was so happy to be able to live together as Yoo Seung Jae in a work called It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, which was special and precious to me in many ways.

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