That's Okay

  • That's Okay (괜찮아도 괜찮아)

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    I. Introduction

    "That's Okay" 괜찮아도 괜찮아 is a single by South Korean singer D.O. released by SM Entertainement on July 1, 2019 on SM station youtube channel.

    The single was a gift for his fans before his enlistment until January 25 2021.


    II. Song

    "That's Okay" is an R&B pop song featuring a warm acoustic guitar and a minimalist drum beat. The lyrics co-written by D.O. are about letting go of sad feelings and having hope, in order to achieve happiness.

    The music video is an animation that shows the story of a man finding comfort in reviving a dying potted cactus following the passing of his pet dog.



    III. Release
    That's Okay is the SM music video with the highest like/dislike ratio on Youtube (317,3).

    A lot of idol started to cover and mention this song, thanks to its beautiful message that gives strengh and hope.

    The January 25th 2021, SM released the live version of That's Okay after D.O.'s discharge Vlive.

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    IV. Tracklist and Charts

    1. "That's Okay" (괜찮아도 괜찮아)
    • Coleridge Tillman
    • Robert Gerongco
    • Samuel Gerongco
    • Terence Lam
    3:41
    2. "That's Okay" (instrumental)
    • Coleridge Tillman
    • Robert Gerongco
    • Samuel Gerongco
    • Terence Lam
    • Tee for Kuya Productions
    • Jukjae
    3:41
    Total length: 7:22
    South Korea (Gaon)[7] 12
    South Korea (K-pop Hot 100)[8] 19
    US World Digital Songs (Billboard)[9] 11


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