On the twelfth episode of the SBS drama "It's Okay, That's Love", Jo Dong-min (Sung Dong-il) worried about Jang Jae-yeol's (Jo In-sung) mental disorder and decided to tell his wife Lee Yeong-jin (Jin Kyung) about it.
Yeong-jin saw Jang Jae-yeol's strange behavior on CCTV and heard about his condition. She said, "It seems like his guilt towards his brother was great. It was for their mother but it would've been hard to testify against his brother as the murderer and live a normal like for a 16 year-old".
Jo Dong-min said, "He abandoned his brother for the sake of his mother who was being beaten up all the time, this is how he should be justifying himself but Jang Jae-yeol can't forgive himself. He's protecting himself with imaginary characters like Kang-woo (Dio)".
Jo Dong-min told Yeong-jin Jae-yeol's case had been going on for 3 years and she said, "It's not going to be easy telling him it's just a hallucination. You should tell Hae-soo (Gong Hyo-jin) right away. That's good enough reason for forced hospitalization".
The following preview of the drama showed Yeong-jin telling Hae-soo about Jae-yeol's illness and telling her that he could even kill himself.
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