Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji’s “It’s Okay Not To Be Okay” Ratings Peak Before Finale

By on August 9, 2020 in Korean Drama, NEWS

Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji’s “It’s Okay Not To Be Okay” Ratings Peak Before Finale

Kim Soo Hyun’s comeback drama post-military has reached an all-time high in ratings.

The South Korean drama series It’s Okay Not To Be Okay, airing on the cable channel tvN, will air its final episode on Sunday. Sunday’s episode follows Seo Ye Ji’s long-lost mother, portrayed by Jang Young Nam, the head nurse of a psychiatric hospital. Jang Young Nam confesses to Kim Soo Hyun that she was the one who killed his mother years ago.

Harboring hatred and revenge, Kim Soo Hyun wants to kill her, but ultimately decides against it. Jang Young Nam stabs him, and in a rage, she runs over to Seo Ye Ji to harm her too, but Kim Soo Hyun’s older borther, portrayed by Oh Jung Se, saves her from harm. Police arrest Jang Young Nam right on the spot.

Feeling remorse for the crimes her mother had committed against his family, Seo Ye Ji actively tries to avoid Kim Soo Hyun, but he pulls her back, telling her that he loves her. He chases her to the castle, embraces her, carries her, and kisses her.

The episode reached an all-time high in ratings, scoring an average of 6.5% rating nationwide. It ranked number one as the most-watched cable episode that night.

Source: On.cc

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  • 3 comments to Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji’s “It’s Okay Not To Be Okay” Ratings Peak Before Finale

    1. sharleen22 says:

      The ratings gives absolutely no justification of how precious and wonderful this drama is. I would not dare change anything about this drama even if I had the power to do so. It is just too perfect. A masterpiece indeed! Words cannot express how much this drama has touched my heart. I am so thankful to everyone who has been a part of this drama: the director, writer, casting agents, production crew, and of course all the beloved actors. The message of this drama is so pure and very timely especially in our current situation where depression is inadvertent. The portrayal of each character is impecable! But I must say that out of all, Oh Jung Se really impressed me. He was so pure and lovable as Moon Sang Tae! I am hoping that this drama sweeps the award ceremonies this year. This drama made me laugh, smile and cry all at the same time. The message of this drama is just too beautiful. Truly, IT’S OKAY TO NOT BE OKAY because it is what makes us human. Nevertheless, we must do our best to overcome our difficulties and not let the past trap us.

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    2. niangniang says:

      The Writer of this drama is a genius, Director does his craft superbly, casts’ acting are no joke, cinematography is beautiful, wardrobe is excellent, everything are just magnificent. It has been such a long time I didn’t encounter such a great drama.

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    3. nomad822 says:

      One powerful and beautiful GEM of a drama, the calibre which we haven’t seen for a long while, in Kdramas

      Creatively written and crafted, wonderfully nuanced … a beautiful combination of everything that gelled – from tight sensitive creative script to dire ctor to powerful actors.

      The Ep 16 – has to be one of da best resolution finales around, in my 20 yrs of KDrama viewing. So heartwarming, so satisfying … and so keeping in character with no insincere short cuts questioning viewer intelligence.

      LOVE this?! it’s a beautiful GEM of a Kdrama – the high calibre of which, has not been seen around Kdrama world for quite a while.

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