Following its release on Netflix in the summer of 2020, data about the second season of It’s Okay to Not Be Okay has been scarce. This K-show series follows the excursion of two stranded brothers, Moon Group Tae and Moon Sang-Tae, as they structure a bond with youngsters’ book writer Ko Moon-Youthful. Through their relationships, the three characters explore mending and personal development, with emotional well being a focal subject in It’s Okay to Not Be Okay. Screenwriter Jo Yong uncovered that her own experiences dating a man with a personality disorder inspired the show’s premise, showcasing her compassion and understanding in the script.
Season 1 of It’s Okay to Not Be Okay was broadly praised for its depiction of individuals with psychological sicknesses and neurodivergent traits. The show consistently topped the list of the most persuasive television dramas for a long, not entirely set in stone by social media discussions followed by Nielsen Media Research (through HanCinema). Despite its popularity, clear by its extraordinarily high IMDb user rating, the decision to recharge It’s Okay to Not Be Okay briefly season remains questionable. It is still muddled whether the show will proceed with its enamoring account.