Zo heads to Japan to film new drama
According to SBS, the couple’s trip to Okinawa is an important part of the storyline, where the two experience a turning point in their relationship. Written by renowned screenwriter No Hee-kyung, the series has been one of the most long-awaited dramas of the year. Zo and Kong’s characters illustrate how mental problems can be overcome through love, understanding and compassion for others. On Friday, Kong’s agency told local media that the 34-year-old is doing well after hospital treatment. “It’s Okay, It’s Love” is set to air next month.
BY Kim Hee-eun, contributing writer