K-dramas which addresses Mental health, It’s Okay to not be okay to Hometown

WRITTEN BY Aditi Shrivastava

It’s Okay to not be Okay

This K-drama addresses different types of Mental illness and the power of love, many of the characters are coping with a trauma of their past which has caused their present to be troubled.

Hometown Cha Cha Cha

A young man with a troubled past believes that he is unfortunate and that everyone close to him would die, but when he meets a dentist who falls in love with him.

Clean with passion for now

The show features a character who struggles with OCD and is unable to have a love life. His partner supports him in all circumstances.

Reply 1988

5 childhood friends rely on one another to get through their challenging adolescence and set the road for their futures, despite several challenges.

Extraordinary Attorney woo

Although the K-drama's prime focus was to show an Autistic patient surviving in the corporate world, it certainly incorporated all the mental health of Woo Young Woo for being discriminated against.


A 23-year-old professional ballet dancer helps a 70-year-old man with Alzheimer's realise his ambition of becoming a ballerina as they both support one another through difficult situations.

Fix You

The narrative of a psychiatrist who employs a variety of methods to help his patients and eventually falls in love with a woman who had an emotional past.

Rain or Shine

When the two building collapse survivors finally cross paths as adults, they find love and support in one another, which helps them get over their loss.

Sky Castle

The series has a cult following since it highlights kids who are coping with the pressure to perform well in class.

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