“It’s okay not to be okay” is a Korean drama that has successfully completed its ten episodes and will soon air for chapter 11. Also, by seeing the popularity of South Korean Dramas increasing in the audience, these series have made their own way in their audience’s minds worldwide.
“It’s okay not to be okay” is known for its storyline to be extraordinarily layered and every episode comes with an unexpected twist. It blows the mind of the audience with its story. The compelling charter portrayal of the cast is most likely why the audience is hooked to this show, and the storyline is undoubtedly one of the best in Korean dramas. So let us dive more into the details of the upcoming episode and where to watch “It’s okay not to be okay”.
It’s Okay Not To Be Okay Episode 11 Release Date
“It’s okay not to be okay” episode 11 will be released on the 25th of July 2020 at 3 pm ET, followed by the next episode that will be released on the next episode that will air on the 26th of July 2020. All the episodes of “It’s okay not to be okay” will be available on Netflix for the audience to stream. Along with this new episodes drop every Saturday and Sunday, on the streaming giant as well as on tvN at 9 pm KST.
It’s Okay Not To Be Okay Cast
-Kim Soo-Hyun as Moon Gang-tae
-Moon Woo-jin as young Moon Gang-tae
-Seo Ye-Ji as Ko Moon-young
-Kim Soo-in as young Ko Moon-young
-Oh Jung-se as Moon Sang-tae
-Lee Kyu-sung as young Moon Sang-tae
-Park Kyu-young as Nam Ju-ri
-Park Seo-Kyung as young Nam Ju-ri
-Kim Joo-hun as Lee Sang-in
-Park Jin-joo as Yoo Seung-Jae
-Kim Chang-wan as Oh Ji-wang
These names include the main cast of the series as well as a few supporting cast in the show, “It’s okay not to be okay.”
It’s Okay Not To Be Okay Episode 11
In episode 10 of “Its okay not to be okay,” we saw Gang Tae and Sang Tae’s previously peaceful relationship now seeing a lot of trouble. Sang Tae is almost very negligent towards his younger siblings, and on the other hand, Gang Tae is worried and filled with remorse. We could also see a glimpse of events that surround Mun Yeong’s haunted childhood castle.
Entering from the creepy are we see a basement and the entrance that stops the stops Sang Tae from entering. Which can only mean two things, either her mother died there, or she might be hiding in the basement, which will be revealed in the upcoming episode, we’ll have to wait for that mystery to unfold. But if there’s anything unusual, we’ll update that information, so stay tuned to world wire.
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