TV Series Review: It’s Okay, That’s Love
A story centers around mental illness. Jang Jae-Yeol is a writer and has an Obsessive- Compulsive Disorder and was diagnosed Schrizophrenia. Ji Hae-Soo is a Psychiatrist and has a negative attitude towards relationship.
Mental Illness is a serious condition that affects our mood, thinking, and behavior. We should aware and understand them instead of judging them. It’s not easy to deal with them it takes a lot of patience. And it’s not easy experiencing mental illness. Everyone of us suffers from anxiety.
HANDS DOWN TO THIS K-DRAMA! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT! I love Jo In-Sung (Jang Jae-Yeol) acting as a person with a Schizophrenia. And he’s playful and arrogant. Ji Hae-Soo is a Pscyhiatrist and afraid to have sex because she has traumatic experience when she caught her mother kissing other guy. Ji Hae-Soo has a two housemates , Jo Dong-Min is a Psychiatry Doctor and Park Soo-Kwang who was diagnosed of Tourette Syndrome. They’re all great. But I don’t find chemistry on Jo In-Sung and Go Hyo-Jin.
( You’re right, Soo-Kwang)
I highly recommended this to everyone.