In a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar magazine, Seo Ye-ji talked about the hit drama ‘It’s Okay to Not be Okay’, where she played the role of Go Moon-young, a children’s book author with a painful and traumatic childhood. Ye-ji shares that the role actually affected her personally and emotionally.
“Through the character of Moon-young, who faced her trauma and healed her wounds, I personally underwent a lot of healing, as well,” she says. “It was definitely a struggle, but it also made me that much happier. I think she will remain my memory as a character who continued to grow on her own.”
I think this is one of the reasons why I loved ‘It’s Okay to Not be Okay’ so much. Anyone who is going through difficulties or has gone through pain in the past will be able to connect with the show on a deep and emotional level, and get a lot of insightful takeaways from the show. It will definitely move your heart.
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