There’s been another addition to the Korean drama list on Netflix, the 2014 series ‘It’s Alright, That’s Love’ that aired on SBS with 16 episodes. The following cast members starred as main characters in the drama, including Jo Insung, Gong Hyojin, Sung Dongil, Lee Kwangsoo and EXO’s DO Kyungsoo.

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The romantic drama follows the life of main characters Jang Jaeyeol, protrayed by Jo Insung, who is a bestselling author, is also a radio DJ and had been diagnosed to have OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder). Gong Hyojin played Ji Haesoo, a psychiatrist who is passionate about her job yet did not place much importance towards love and relationships. When the pair reach the point where they meet each other, it certainly isn’t love at first sight, however the emotions of disdain that they initially feel gradually fades away to be replaced with fondness.

The drama explores the topic of mental health, which helps to bring to attention that it’s not something that should be neglected and disregarded in society. But instead, it’s showing that health emcompasses a range of different areas, and people with mental health condition should have support and not be left to suffer in silence. The Netflix summary has also been included below, so if you’re looking for a drama to watch this weekend, give this a try!

Successful novelist and radio DJ Jae-yeol and psychiatrist Hae-soo are constantly at odds, but that changes when they start living in the same house.


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