It's Okay, That's Love does a fantastic job of incorporating music into its storytelling process. I've fallen head-over-heels in love with both this drama and its soundtrack. There's quite a unique mix of both Korean and Western songs that will be sure to keep your toes tapping. While you wait for the next episode, be sure to listen to these wonderful songs!

1. Cross My Mind (Twin Forks)

This song instantly brings a smile to my face. It's usually played during the more upbeat and silly moments of the show. This drama may be tackling some very heavy mental health issues, but it doesn't forget to bring a little fun into the storyline!

2. I Feel You (Hong Dae Kwang)

This is another upbeat song that helps to showcase the budding romance between the main characters Jang Jae Yeol (Jo In Sung) and Ji Hye Soo (Gong Hyo Jin).

3. Ship and the Globe (Kae Sun)

I can't stop listening to this song. It's used rather frequently throughout the show and I love the tone that it sets. It's easy to sing along to and it helps draw me deeper and deeper into the emotions of these characters.

4. It's Okay, That's Love (Davichi)

Such beautiful vocals! Davichi never disappoints with their impressive singing and this song is no exception. The official music video highlights some excellent moments where Hye Soo and Jae Yeol begin to develop their relationship.

5. Best Luck (Chen from EXO)

This is a sweet song that also helps capture the development of the relationship between Hye Soo and Jae Yeol. It's definitely worth a listen! The music video goes so well together with the music!

6. You're My Best Friend (The Once)

This song is special in that it highlights the deep friendships that exist between the characters in the show. You'll hear this song when the characters need their friends to help them handle their unique set of issues. It's a more mellow number that never fails to draw out my emotions!

7. Sunboat (Little Suns)

Being the opening theme for the show, this song really helps to set the overall mood for the drama. It's cheerful and sincere with some wonderful brass accompaniment. They picked the perfect song to open with!

8. Soul (Brandon Pacheco)

I love this song for it's heavy beat and catchy chorus. Also, don't be fooled by the mesmerizing vocals- the singer is actually a boy! I'm so impressed by his talent!

9. Love Fiction (Ulala Session)

Love Fiction is another catchy song that is always inserted at just the right moment!

10. For You (Wheesung)

This one is a more classic sounding OST track sung by the wonderfully talented Wheesung. He's a big name in the drama soundtrack world and his voice is perfect for conveying deep emotion.

11. Hello (Quentin Mosimann)

These last two songs are both by the Swiss DJ Quentin Mosimann. If you need some great tunes to get you excited, be sure to add these to your playlist! They are played during club and party scenes throughout the show.

12. Psyche Underground (Quentin Mosimann)

While I'm not used to K-drama soundtracks including European club music, I'm so glad that these songs are part of the It's Okay, That's Love OST. Not only are they fun to listen to, but they are so well incorporated into the background of the show!

Which is your favorite song from It's Okay, That's Love? Be sure to comment below!

Happy listening! And if you haven't yet watched the amazingness that is It's Okay, That's Love, you can watch the first episode here:

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