The story behind It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’s five children’s books and why dark fairy tales can be bestsellers too

//The story behind It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’s five children’s books and why dark fairy tales can be bestsellers too

The story behind It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’s five children’s books and why dark fairy tales can be bestsellers too

By Kwak Yeon-sooCable network tvN’s series It's Okay to Not Be Okay wrapped up its 16-part run earlier this month, but is still making headlines because of the children’s storybooks that appeared in the smash-hit drama.Following the massive success of its fairy tale romance, the production company has decided to publish five storybooks: The Boy Who Fed on Nightmares, Zombie Kid, The Cheerful Dog, The Hand, the Monkfish and Finding the Real Face.Jamsan, a concept artist who joined the hugely…

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