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It’s Okay That’s Love Cast Details & Our Take On The Show

In today’s article, we shall talk about one of the very popular South Korean dramas It’s Okay That’s Love. Yes, you read it right. Though it’s an old television series, even now it’s quite on-demand. Those who love watching romantic dramas and also are big-time fans of Korean dramas must have already watched It’s Okay That’s Love. If you are one of them, how much did you like the series? In case you haven’t watched the series yet, there is nothing to worry about. Many Kdrama fans haven’t watched It’s Okay That’s Love yet. They are very curious to know about the plot and cast. We will also cover the review, in case you want to know before watching the series.

It’s Okay That’s Love is a romantic medical melodrama that aired on SBS TV in 2014. Even after seven long years, that is even at present, the series is on-demand and it has a huge fan base. Even the storyline is very good. We will cover everything about the television drama It’s Okay That’s Love. If you are one of the Kdrama fans who haven’t watched the series yet, you must be very much excited about knowing the cast, plot and review of the drama. Isn’t it so? I highly recommend you to watch the series It’s Okay That’s Love. So, what are you waiting for?  Go ahead and get into this article to know more about the series, It’s Okay That’s Love.

It’s Okay That’s Love: Cast Members

Several famous actors have played their roles incredibly in the television drama It’s Okay That’s Love. The series itself received huge appreciation from the audiences because of the performances of every actor involved. Following is the list of these amazing actors- Jo In Sung, Sung Yu Bin, Gong Hyo Jin, Kang Joo Eun, Sung Dong Il, Lee Kwang Soo, Do Kyung Soo, Jin Kyung, Lee Sung Kyung, Yang Ik June, Cha Hwa Yeon, Kim Mi Kyung, Do Sang Woo, Choi Moon Kyung and Choi Seung Kyung. This ensemble list of actors have played the roles of Jang Jae Yeol, young Jang Jae Yeol, Ji Hae Soo, young Ji Hae Soo, Jo Dong Min, Park Soo Kwang, Han Kang Woo, Lee Young Jin, Oh So Nyeo, Jang Jae Beom, Ok Ja, Hae Soo’s mother, Choi Ho, Ji Yoon Soo and Oh Do Deuk respectively.

It's Okay That's Love Cast, Plot and Review

It’s Okay That’s Love

Jang Jae Yeol is a famous novelist and a radio DJ who suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder. When he was young, his mother accidentally killed his father. To save his mother, Jang Jae Yeol blames and testifies his brother for killing his brother. This guilt led him to develop the obsessive-compulsive disorder. On the other hand, Ji Hae Soo is a very ambitious psychiatrist. She is always prone to relationships and love. She never believed in love until meeting Jang Jae Yeol. After meeting him, both of them learn how to be compatible with each other. Initially, they were in contention. But later on, both of them start to feel for each other. They become very supportive of each other. Later, both of them learn that Jang Jae Yeol’s mental illness is more serious than the initial days. What happens next? Does he recover? What do they end up with?

It's Okay That's Love: Plot, Cast, Review

It’s Okay That’s Love

This romantic, medical melodrama was released on 23 July 2014 on SBS TV. The drama It’s Okay That’s Love has 16 episodes in total and it continued till 10 September 2014. The other name of the drama is It’s Alright, This is Love. It’s Okay That’s Love is written by Noh Hee Kyung and is directed by Kim Kyu Tae.

As per IMDb, the series has got quite a good rank that is 8.3/10. The story portrays the amazing chemistry between the two characters Jang Jae Yeol and Ji Hae Soo. Besides the storyline, the performances of each actor were too good. I highly recommend you to watch the drama, if you haven’t watched it yet.

Many of you are curious to know where to watch the drama It’s Okay That’s Love. All the 16 episodes of the drama are exclusively available on Netflix. You need to have a minimum (monthly) subscription to watch the drama on Netflix. I’m sure you won’t regret watching it.

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