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If you haven't already seen it, here's one of the few reasons you need to watch "It's Okay, That's Love": Soo Kwang!
Soo Kwang is Hae Soo and Dong Min's close friend and housemate, and he works as a waiter at Jae Yeol's cafe. He suffers from Tourette Syndrome but his friends are extremely understanding of his condition and don't let his disorder define him. He is a great friend to Hae Soo and Jae Yeol and a good boyfriend to So Nyeo. Soo Kwang is a character we can all relate to and his growth in the drama is admirable (and worth watching)!
Here are a few memorable Soo Kwang moments from the drama.
He may be 28, but he is a child at heart. Most of the time that he's around Hae Soo, Dong Min and Jae Yeol, he acts like a goofy little kid.
Very similar to his Running Man personality, Soo Kwang has a bit of an ego problem. However, it's more funny than annoying (as you can tell).
He deals with a lot of insecurities as a result of Tourette Syndrome but he's still confident and has self-love (maybe a bit too much at times).
My favorite thing about Soo Kwang in the drama is all his sass, especially when he's in a group with Hae Soo and Dong Min (It was basically Mean Girls at times).
At the end of the day, Soo Kwang wass mature enough to set aside his differences with Jae Yeol and became good friends with him (look at that bromance)!
I was so happy when Soo Kwang finally met So Nyeo after all those other girls who left him because of his disorder!
And they have the most adorable relationship ever!
He was eventually even able to stand up to his father and tell him his true feelings (go Soo Kwang!).
Towards the end of the drama, Soo Kwang grew so much that not only was he a great friend to the people around him, but also a wonderful mentor (especially to Jae Yeol).
Watch out for more cards about this drama in my collection! :D