It’s Okay To Not Be Okay Gets International Emmy Nomination, Fans Celebrate

Fans rejoice as the 2020 Korean drama ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’ finds itself in the nominee highlight for International Emmy Awards. On September 23, the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced its nominees which included the above mentioned K-drama in the mini-series category. The K-drama was noted to be the most popular one on Netflix under the romance genre in 2021. The series stars Kim Soo-Hyun, Seo Ye-Ji, Oh Jung-Se, and Park Gyu-Young.

Recently, the social media handles for International Emmy Awards released the nominee highlight for ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’. The Instagram post featured a glimpse of the show with a blurb for the show as a caption. Whereas on Twitter and Facebook the posters of the show were released with ‘International Emmy Nominee 2021’ printed across it.

Following this release, fans have been going crazy with celebrations all over Twitter for the series to successfully secure a nomination and how impactful that is.

Check out how Twitter rejoices for ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’ below:

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The show has been a fan favourite for many reasons including the right portrayal of mental health issues and disabilities. It also shows a blooming romance without making too much noise about it, though it clearly is the central theme of the story. There’s also beautiful cinematography that cannot be overlooked and the actors in their designated roles are tremendously well. Meanwhile, if you are still finding reasons to watch this k-drama, go ahead and read: 5 Reasons To Watch It’s Okay To Not Be Okay.

Hope the K-drama gets to win the title it much deserves. You can watch ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’ on Netflix.

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