I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve loved Kim Soo Hyun for over a decade since his debut even as a teen actor but I never think of him as a heartthrob. He’s very good looking but it’s always his acting and sincerity that makes him so attractive to be onscreen, but I guess he’s heard the tradition loud and clear as his first post military project the tvN drama It’s Okay to Not be Okay doesn’t forget to show him off in a new light. The tradition of an actor going to the military and when he comes back he will have to do a shirtless scene to show off his newly acquired or further buffed up more abs continues here as Kim Soo Hyun does a changing scene right at the beginning of episode 1 and it went on to dominate internet search terms ahahahaha. Smart viewers, even I was jaw dropped at his solid 8-pack and yes I counted heh. Beyond the superficial he’s the heart of this drama, while Seo Ye Ji and Oh Jung Se are mentally afflicted in their own way, Kim Soo Hyun is the sane and serious one that stands in for all of us wondering how to live surrounding by challenging people. I love his character already and can’t take my eyes off him when he’s onscreen, his acting has actually gotten better if that can be believed.