[Funcurve Review] "It's Okay, That's Love" 2015/06/27, Source,
Love Is Hope
I wasn't sure what to expect of "It's Okay, That's Love" at all after hearing that it's about psychiatrists and psychological patients. However the atypical topic did immediately pique my curiosity but also uncertainty of what direction the Korean drama will take. Romance? Mystery? Fantasy? I decided to take a leap of faith and put my trust in two of my all time favorite actors: Jo In-Seong and Kong Hyo-jin. I was not let down as the lead actors gave outstanding performances - so good that it was worth shedding tears for. The unexpected bonus was that many of the supporting characters were equally unique and memorable,...More
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The critics has said it. This man is truly had a talent to show in his audience. I can't also afford to miss his talent exposure in any drama he exist. Just hope that I can meet him personally someday, that would be a great privelage. Sayonara In-Sung.
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