Crash Course in Romance is a South Korean television series that is currently airing which casts Jeon Do-yeon as Nam Haeng-seon and Jung Kyung-ho as Choi Chi-yeol, in the lead role. Talking more about the Korean series, it’s plot revolves around “It depicts the bittersweet relationship between a banchan shop owner who belatedly enters Korea’s college entrance exams and a top hagwon instructor.”
According to the preview for Crash Course in Romance Episode 5, another positive episode will be on the way after the gloomy events that occurred in Episode 4. The preview teases a romantic moment between the two main characters, hinting that the upcoming episode will be far more light-hearted and include a happy ending.
Crash Course In Romance Episode 4 Preview
It is no surprise that the reactions to episode four of ‘Crash Course in Romance’ revolved around the unjust coaching politics and the powerful stance of the protagonists Choi Chi-Yeol and Nam Haeng-Seon.
The episode focuses on the characters’ struggle to survive in a system that doesn’t respect their work, as well as their determination to stand up for themselves despite the consequences. They challenge the politics of the coaching world by pushing back against the unfairness and lack of respect they face.
A strong response was received regarding the unfair removal of Nam Haeng-Seon’s niece, and the dramatic ending to the episode. Many people felt the removal was too harsh and that the episode was too heavily focused on it. People also felt that the episode didn’t give the character or her niece a proper resolution, leaving many feeling unsatisfied with the ending.
Furthermore, other casts members in the shows includes, Roh Yoon-seo, Oh Eui-shik, Lee Bong-ryun, Shin Jae-ha, Kim Da-huin, Jang Young-nam, Lee Chae-min, Kim Tae-jeong, Kim Sun-young, Kang Na-eon, Hwang Bo-ra, Ryu Da-in, Lee Min-jae and many more.
Official synopsis of the TV series ‘Crash Course in Romance’ includes, ‘A mother with a heart of gold navigates the cutthroat world of private education when her daughter tries to join a celebrity math instructor’s class.’
Crash Course In Romance | Where To Watch
In addition to premiering on January 14, 2023, the series will air every Saturday and Sunday at 21:10 (KST) on tvN. In additional, it will also be available for streaming on Netflix in certain regions around the world. The show is directed by Yoo Je-won.