It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

21 Most Memorable And Relatable Quotes From “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

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So It has been almost a month to end Netflix and tvn‘s Korean drama ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay.’ 
 
 
This drama is extremely warm and beautiful with amazing actors. especially I love the acting of Oh Jung-se as Moon Sang-tae.
 
there is many things of this drama that I love the amazing chemistry between the leads, savage female character and the stunning fashionable outfit of koo mun Yong ( Seo Ye-ji ). I loved Seo Ye-ji since ‘Moorim School’ days. she’s so beautiful and her voice was so captivating. 
 
 
 
 
and of course the handsome, calm and caring character of moon gang tae ( Kim soo-hyun).
 
 
 
 

During watching this drama I found some amazing quotes that are so relatable and beautiful. So I write a post for all the memorable quotes from “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” korean drama. I hope you enjoy this post… 

 

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“The first step is always the hardest. But once you take the first step, things will get easier from then on.”

 

 

 

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“I’ve been tied up for way too long, so I forgot how to cut myself free.”

 

 

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“Love is all about patience.”

 

 

 

 

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“If you want to make people around you happy, you have to find your own happiness first. Being selfish isn’t always a bad thing. Try to only think about your happiness when things are too stressful. It’s okay to do that.”

 

 

 

 

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“Your body is honest. When you’re in physical pain, you cry. But the heart is a liar. It stays quiet even when it’s hurting. Then, when you’re asleep, you finally weep and whimper like a dog.”

 

 

 

 

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“You shouldn’t be embarrassed about being sad.”

 

 

 

 

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“You can cherish and care about people in different ways. Think about the different kinds of yellow. Even the same color can take different names depending on its chroma. The same goes for human emotions, such as affection. Fondness, hatred, love, friendship, and lust. They are like a rainbow.”

 

 

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“If you want to be fashionable, you must be uncomfortable and stubborn.”

 

 

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“Please count atleast one to three before you do anything impulsive.”

 

 

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“Don’t be stubborn when things don’t workout. You need to learn to try other things.”

 

 

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“Only those who have suffered truly understand suffering.”

 

 

 

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“Adults can’t always be right. We make mistakes until the day we die.”

 

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“The one who neglects and turn a blind eye to the abuse is worse than the abuser.”

 

 

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“When someone has autism it means they shut the door to the world.”

 

 

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“When you’re tired get some rest. When you’re sad go ahead and cry. It’s okay to take a break then one day. there will surely come a day when you’ll be able to run again.”

 

 

 

 

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“In this world there are people who deserve to die but some thoughtful freaks kill them for us in secret that’s why the clueless civilians can sleep peacefully at night, completely unaware of it.”

 

 

 

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“If someone shows up when you need them, you call that destiny.”

 

 

 

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“People are all hypocrites. we all live with a lot of hatred, but we act like that’s not the case.”

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“Everyone is good and bad. We all live with both traits.”

 

 

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“Do children have to be useful to their parents?”

 

 

 

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“Being selfish isn’t always a bad thing. Try to only think of your happiness when things are too stressful it’s okay to do that.”

 
 
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