“It’s a psycho, but it’s okay.” Oh Jeong-se’s ending speech “I met a special state and expanded my perspective on the world.”

[Reporter Se-yeon Park, Daily Economy Star Today]

‘Psycho, but it’s okay,’ Jeong-se Oh revealed his feelings of the end.

Oh Jeong-se, who played a great role as an illustrator with autism spectrum in the tvN Saturday drama “Psycho, but it’s okay,” which ended on the 9th, delivered his feelings of the ending through his agency on the 10th.

Oh Jeong-se said, “I was able to broaden my perspective on the world by meeting a special condition. Sang-tae made me look back at myself because he is the most pure and humane character among the characters I have played.” After taking luck, he said, “I am grateful to all the viewers who cried, laughed, and supported the process of growing into a real adult.”

In addition, Oh Jeong-se said, “I love Sang-tae, Kang-tae, and Moon-young! Let’s be happy! ‘Psycho, But it’s okay’ It was a great pleasure to breathe with the wonderful staff and actors,” he said.

In the last episode, the state tried to restore the murals of the ‘good hospital’ that Do Hee-jae (played by Jang Young-nam) ruined. State said to Moon-young (played by Seo Ye-ji), “A butterfly is a psyche, a psyche is a healing butterfly, a healing butterfly, a good butterfly, should my brother draw?”

Sang-tae, who overcame the butterfly trauma, Moon Young’s homework to draw people’s facial expressions was successfully completed, and he grew up one more distance. Afterwards, Sang-tae and Moon-young began working on fairy tales illustrations in earnest. And finally, their first work, ‘Finding the Real, Real Face’, was published. As soon as he got the first edition of a fairy tale book in his hand, Sang-tae made his debut as an illustrator, ran to the arboretum where his mother was asleep, boasting the result of his efforts to his mother, and reading the contents of the book, giving a deep resonance to viewers.

Later, in exchange for completing the mural in the hospital lobby, Sang-tae received a camper gift from Director Oh Ji-wang (played by Kim Chang-wan). Finally, Sang-tae, Kang-tae (played by Kim Soo-hyun), and Moon-young’s long-established journey can now be taken. The three made brilliant memories while wandering the country without a destination in a camper. However, in the middle of the trip, he surprised Kang-tae and Moon-young by revealing that he would return to work. This is because I received proposals for collaboration from fairy tales writers with different statuses. Sang-tae told Kang-tae, “I’m the person I need now. You’re yours, I’m mine,” and let the two brothers know that they have finally found their own lives.

Following the previous worksb’When Camellia Blooms’ and ‘Stove League’, Oh Jeong-se has received a lot of praise as he renewed his life character once more in ‘Psycho, but it’s okay’. Oh Jeong-se, who made viewers cry and laugh by showing the innocence sometimes like a child, and sometimes the pain stained with wounds, at the end gave a daunting impression by showing him how to grow into a true adult and find his life. Oh Jeong-se, who presented a ‘real happy ending’ to viewers with such an impressive finish, proved his acting ability and box office power that he believes and sees again through this work.

Oh Jeong-se, who has led an explosive box-office for each of the works he participates in works, doing his best’, is making a big success as it emerged as a hot icon in the advertising world beyond movies and dramas. JTBC ‘The Good Detective’, where Oh Jeong-se is appearing, is also nearing the final episode, and viewers and officials are paying attention to the next move of the recent trend.


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