‘Psycho But It’s Okay’ revealed Kim Soo-hyun’s still image… Transformed into guardian at psychiatric ward

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tvN’s new Saturday & Sunday drama ‘Psycho But It’s Okay’ has revealed its first stills of Kim Soo-hyun who avoids love.

TVN’s upcoming drama ‘Psycho But It’s Okay’ (written by Cho Yong, directed by Park Shin-woo), which is scheduled to premiere on June 20, reveals a variety of appearances of Kim Soo-hyun, who has transformed into a community health worker Moon Kang-tae at a psychiatric ward.

‘Psycho But It’s Okay’ is a little strange romantic comedy about fantasy fairytale love. Kim Soo-hyun took the role of Moon Kang-tae who refuses love owing to the weight of life, and Seo Yeji played a storybook writer Go Moon-young (Kim Soo-hyun) who has never known love. And the two heal each other’s wounds.

In the drama, Moon Kang-tae is a character who has lived a life of devotion after losing his parents when he was young and taking care of his older brother with autism spectrum disorder. He protects patients and takes care of his brother, but he has no dreams, no vague hoes that his life will improve.

In the released photo, Moon Kang-tae is hard at work in his uniform. His tightly-closed lips and determined eyes are replaced by a bright smile when he is with his patients, raising curiosity as to what kind of person he truly is on the inside.

Another image where he is also working hard like dragging a wagon full of boxes, shows how the character has struggled day after day.

TVN’s new Saturday & Sunday drama ‘Psycho But It’s Okay’ will be aired on Saturday June 20.


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