Oh boy, I crazy loved episode 6 of It’s Okay to Not be Okay, yesterday’s slower episode felt like it was conserving a lot of emotional heft to unleash today. With a slight increase to 5.647% ratings on tvN, the drama is a mid-range hit for the cable network and a deep dish akin to Producers rather than the stratospheric mainstream viewership of You From Another Star and The Moon Embraces the Sun. I rewatch all of Kim Soo Hyun‘s past three dramas and the best part is each is different and it depends on my mood. Recently I did a sageuk walk down memory lane with MoonSun and watching him cry towards the end is still major powerhouse acting. Anyoo, back to this drama, episode 6 propelled the relationships and growth forward for everyone. Sang Tae becomes Moon Young’s illustrator for her next book in exchange for a RV so Kang Tae never needs to move again, and in turn Moon Young gets Kang Tae to come live with her. It’s deliciously complicated and now and I know the frustrations will be cathartic because nothing has changed until these folks are forced to confront their age old fears.