Sat-Sun tvN drama It’s Okay to Not be Okay rounded the midway point last week and is headed to the second half of its run, prompting the usual posts about what to expect and how well/not well it’s gone so far. One interesting perspective came from two recent K-ent articles praising the set design and special effects of the drama, and honestly from the early bare bones synopsis it wasn’t even in anyone’s mind that this drama would need anything unique in terms of production values. And yet it’s managed to surprise and delight from the first frame with the stop motion movie within a movie and through the first episode 8 episodes many of the set pieces are completed with special effects and/or designed with physical touches that are very detail oriented. The Hospital Chief’s office for example is filled with knick knacks and bric-a-bracs which come into play often whether he’s fiddling with it to help him think of using the cluttered vibe to hoist a hidden camera. Between the hospital and Moon Young’s mansion is where most of the action takes place and both locations are like a treasure hunt of details waiting to be viewed.