It's Okay, That's Love (2014)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance

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A love story between a psychiatrist named Ji Hae Soo and an author who had schizophrenia named Jang Jae Yeol.


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29 March 2015 | sam-levesque
| I was surprised at first, and even more so at the end by how good this was
This is not a typical korean melodrama. I went into this expecting a fluffy romantic comedy, and there was much, much more to this than I expected. There are themes (I won't spoil them for you) that add quite the depth to the romance and the comedy. Stil, when it wants to be fun and light-hearted, it is, while never feeling sugarcoated. And it also never falls into the expected melodrama of most korean drama. In the last few episodes, I was quite impressed by how powerful some scenes were (scenes I did not expect at first, and then dreaded later on because I fear consistently melodrama). Yet, this show is able to pull out the wealth of emotions from a scene without ever feeling cheesy, cliché or meek.

From beginning to end, this show is on point. It has its own identity and it is worth watching. Especially for the wonderful acting of every single character on this show. Every single actor plays incredibly well, and mostly, every character is deeply interesting. I tried to do this review while shying away from anything that could spoil it for you, but, unless you are looking for a thriller-adventure TV show at the moment, I don't see how you could not love this. This is a korean classic and do not look over this one only because it has only a few people who rated this. It will become known over here soon enough, I'm sure.


Plot Summary


Comedy | Drama | Romance


Release Date:

23 July 2014



Country of Origin

South Korea

Box Office


KRW0 (estimated)

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