A Korean Romantic Drama Series that has open the eyes of many people. Critics have been posting their opinions and reviews as to how the story shows meaningful lessons and also raising some mental health awareness. The story is about the orphaned brothers who lived their life carrying trauma from their past. one of the brothers has autism and has carried the burden of witnessing their mother's murder and that the only clue he saw was the butterfly pin that was on the jacket on the murderer. He lost his parents when he was young and took care of his older brother who has autism spectrum disorder by himself. His other bother has no big dreams and no hope that his life will get better. He is busy earning money for the two of them. The title itself speaks to every individual that sometimes It's okay not to feel okay. We found out the truth of the main characters' pasts; experiences that have haunted them their entire lives. If there's one thing about It's Okay To Not Be Okay, it's how important it is to show someone you love that you really care. At the same time, we have to de-stigmatize mental health and encourage those who are suffering from emotional issues to speak up and seek help—whether from friends, family, or even professionals. It really is okay to not be okay. There were scenes that show how to deal with people who have a mental illness. This Korean series has topped the popularity charts, especially in the Philippines.