BY Chin D | Sep 12, 2014 08:17 AM EDT
"It's Okay, It's Love" ended with flying colors during its final episode. What does actress Gong Hyo Jin have to say about the drama's conclusion?
Through her company SOOP Entertainment, Gong Hyo Ji shared, "From the first day of filming to when I finished filming last week, I didn't feel like the drama was ever going to end."
She continued, "I constantly think about the people who were with me during the whole production, from director Kim Kyu Tae and writer Noh Hee Kyung, to the cast members and staff. I feel sad and apologetic now that the drama has come to an end."
"When we were filming, I often thought that I never wanted the drama to end. I have so much love and passion for this drama, and just being on the field with everyone gives me energy and joy. Now that we've finished, I don't think I'll be able to find a production team as good as this, or portray a character as well-written as Ji Hae Soo."
She also said, "During the earlier half of the drama, I got into an accident. I worried about how I've become a burden to everyone, but they all made me feel comfortable, and I'm thankful towards everyone for being considerate of me."
Gong Hyo Jin concluded by saying, "'It's Okay, It's Love' has become both a turning-point and a healing project for me. Finally, I want to thank the viewers for loving the drama until now."
"It's Okay, It's Love" ended with 12.9%, the highest rating in its timeslot.
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