It’s Okay, That’s Love 괜찮아, 사랑이야

괜찮아, 사랑이야

Cant’s quite believe that my first post for 2015 will be of a Korean drama surprised

Anyway, apart from watching drama with whatever little time I have, I have been well, living life and working. Raye had been heavily pushing me and K to watch this drama ever since it aired last year but we never got around it. Up till 2 weekends ago, K and I decided to give it a go, watching the first episode on a fine Sunday afternoon and there’s no looking back. Lol~

It’s Okay, That’s Love 괜찮아, 사랑이야, is probably the 4th or 5th korean drama that I’ve watch from start to end. It’s an adult romantic comedy minus the clichés and cheesiness that usually comes with Kdrama. That’s why I love it! No high school romance. Plus, the on-screen chemistry between the two leads are really something. Be it bickering like sworn enemies or in all seriousness when dealing with emotional issues. So believable and natural compared to the other dramas I’ve watched inclusive of Chinese ones. All the emotions are delivered damn well and the whole show is balanced with Kwang Soo comedic act.

After the drama ended, I was in my obsession moods and decided to find out more on this drama. No surprise to learn that the leads won Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Couple, Best Kiss from last year ceremonies. Kwang Soo even won the Male Excellence Award. Well deserved!

K was here in KL last weekend and prior to that, we already agreed to watch the episodes at the same time so we are on the same one when he’s here. Our marathon starts the moment he arrived hehee.. Anyway enough gushing over this drama.

Favorite song from the OST. Very jiwang type.

The title of the show is straight forward just like the show. You may do something beyond believable or against the wishes of society for someone but it’s actually okay, because that’s love. In the show, it doesn’t only address the love of the mismatch couple, but of parents, among sibling and also friends.

Because sometimes at the end of the day, you just have to think to yourself that It’s Ok, That’s Love heart

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2 Responses to It’s Okay, That’s Love 괜찮아, 사랑이야

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  2. I love everything you did! My kids and I are big fans of Apples to Apples, Jr. It usually leads to our acting increasingly silly, until we spend half an hour in uncontrollable giggles.

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