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The Internet Can't Get Over Seo Ye Ji's Tiny Waist in "It's Okay to Not Be Okay"

She's literally a Barbie doll!
The Internet Can't Get Over Seo Ye Ji's Tiny Waist in "It's Okay to Not Be Okay"
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She's literally a Barbie doll!

If, like us, you also stayed up late last night and waited with bated breath for Episode 6 of It’s Okay to Not Be Okaya.k.a. everyone’s new favorite K-drama on Netflix, then for sure you also have something to say about the latest trending topic to hit the internet: Seo Ye Ji’s waistline! No, really, we’re dead serious.

Walking along the hallways of OK Psychiatric Hospital, the K-drama’s leading lady Ko Mun-yeong once again made our jaws drop in the latest episode with her statement-making sartorial choices. This time around, she’s clad in a cotton candy pink Minju Kim creation. The two-piece ensemble, comprised of a pleated maxi skirt and a buttoned cropped shirt with mandarin collar, fits the actress like a glove and shows off her svelte figure. Of course, along with her fashion-forward OOTD, her tiiiiny waist didn’t escape the internet’s notice.

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A now-viral post with over 2.8K shares is currently making rounds on Facebook, but it’s just one of the many online reactions that we spotted from all over the internet. One Twitter user understandably poses the question: "Is she even real???" LOL!

Below, check out some more hilarious tweets we’ve found, all in awe of Seo Ye Ji’s out-of-this-world waistline:

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Seo Ye Ji looks gorgeous, clearly! But let's be honest: That tiny waist is next to impossible to achieve IRL, so let's not lose sleep over trying to figure out how to have a body like hers, shall we? While having that Barbie-like figure is no doubt amusing, what matters more is that she's living a healthy lifestyle and feeling good about herself.

It's Okay to Not Be Okay tells the story of Moon Gang-tae (Kim Soo Hyun) and Ko Mun-yeong (Seo Ye Ji) who develop an unusual romance while healing each other’s emotional and psychological wounds. It's now streaming exclusively on Netflix and airs every Saturday and Sunday at 9:30 p.m.

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