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Who knew It’s Okay To Not Be Okay would lead us to cohabitation hijinks! The drama continues to captivate with its beauty — the scenes are like a painting and I keep on repeating this multiple times while watching an episode. Well, same can be said for Seo Ye Ji as well. I loved the rooftop dinners for the brothers Kang Tae and Sang Tae (so warm and happy) but I’m also excited that the leads are now living together. I was angry at Moon Young for creating the tension between them but it’s not exactly a surprise from what we have seen of her so far. We do see glimpses of a good heart in her though.

Episodes 5 and 6 took us deeper into Kang Tae’s childhood and I’m glad the drama is talking about how a caregiver suffers. He might be having a great heart to help the needy but then, he is human after all, always giving and not getting anything. It’s sad to see that Kang Tae has to hide his feelings so that his brother is happy, but also heartwarming to see his love for him. I like that Kang Tae can at least share honest feelings with Moon Young now.

The drama knows very well to suddenly shift to an eerie vibe — the nightmare scenes brought shivers! I wonder how Moon Young’s father’s backstory is related to that story about the man who killed his wives. Scary.

I love Kim Mi Kyung as Joo Ri’s mom in the drama. She is so funny and warm!

It looks like Kang Tae is going to become friendly towards Moon Young in episode 7. I just want everyone to be happy in the drama.

Episode 7 Preview:

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