On the earlier episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay,” Moon Kang Tae (performed by Kim Soo Hyun) listened to his coronary heart as an alternative of his head for the primary time in his life. Due to his robust sense of accountability and the stress of getting to take care of his older brother from an early age, Moon Kang Tae had by no means strayed from the principles or let himself be swayed by his feelings.
However, when a affected person’s abusive ex-husband bodily attacked Go Moon Young (performed by Seo Ye Ji), he was unable to cease himself from punching the person in her protection—incomes himself a suspension from the hospital within the course of.
As “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” heads into the second half of its run, the producers tease that this uncharacteristic habits is merely the beginning of Moon Kang Tae’s transformation. In newly launched stills from the drama’s upcoming episode, Moon Kang Tae is all smiles as he enjoys a carefree day with Go Moon Young and tastes freedom for the primary time in years.
In distinction to his previous muted feelings, Moon Kang Tae beams fortunately on the digicam as he poses for a selfie with Go Moon Young throughout the day, and he later shares a calming drink along with her at evening as they benefit from the heat summer season climate exterior. As the 2 characters develop nearer, they may start to lastly discover the braveness to look inside themselves on the emotional scars they’d beforehand been afraid to face.
The subsequent episode of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” will air on July 18 at 9 p.m. KST.
In the meantime, watch Seo Ye Ji in her latest movie “Quantum Physics” with English subtitles under!
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