The unique story of “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” makes the red carpet this year. The Emmy recognizes the achievements of those in the silver screen industry. The K-drama has a chance of bagging this award with a positive response from viewers, both international and local audiences.
Showbiz CheatSheet reports that the series was the most popular K-drama in the romance genre on Netflix last year, and the New York Times deemed it one of “The Best International Shows of 2020.” The show also garnered eight nominations and two awards at the Baeksang Arts Awards.
“It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” will compete against a few international shows, including a Korean reality television series, according to the news site.
The story revolves around a psych ward nurse taking care of his autistic older brother and a writer with antisocial personality disorder. The story is well-received as it raises awareness and has an original storyline that makes people wonder if there is a season two.
It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’s Emmy nomination shows how K-Drama is taking over not only Netflix but the international scene as well. What are your thoughts on the show’s Emmy nomination?