It’s Okay, That’s Love

Our interest in our own bodies is near obsession. However, how many of us have interest in our own minds? Have you ever thought that your mind was acting strange and against your will? Everyone wants to be happy, but how many people disregard the importance of their own minds when the key to happiness lies in there? This drama portrays the story of people who are scarred because they do not realize or have hidden their mental illness. Through one another they learn that they are not the only ones hurting. They learn that they are not the only ones suffering and alone. They realize that humans are lonely and that they want to live, not die. This is a warm-hearted story that shows that everyone is special in their own way, and not at all strange.

English
Korea
2014
Lee Kwang Soo | Kong Hyo Jin | Zo In Sung
Kim Kyu Tae
Noh Hee Kyung