In January 2017, Netflix partnered with Hidden Sequence to create its first South Korean original series. Based on the eponymous webtoon created by Chon Kye-Daum young, the series describes the life of a high school student in a fictional society where an app can warn if someone close to you has romantic feelings for you.
On August 22, 2019, the streaming giant released the first season of the series. It was one of the most popular dramas of the year, so it was only natural that Netflix decided to extend the series until October 2019. Season 2 premiered on March 12, 2021 (production was delayed due to the health crisis …)
If you haven’t had time to watch it, we’ll answer the question that puzzles all K-Drama fans: How Jojo’s Story Ends ?
Love Alarm: Jojo’s final choice disappointed fans
After a four-year jump, the first season ended with Jojo and Hye-Yeong together. The latter had set up a shield in her Love Alarm app to hide her true emotions …
At the start of season two, it’s clear that she still doesn’t know who she should be with, and Sun-Oh returns to woo her. The Love Alarm 2.0 app has determined that Jojo might like Hye-Yeong, but wants to be sure before making a final decision.
Hye Yeong was the man who originally loved her, but she fell in love with her boyfriend, unaware that Hye Yeong was in love with her. So even though Kim JoJo is in a relationship with Hye Yeong at the end of the story, fans of fiction were hoping that she would break up with Sun Oh. Logically, the latter was the best option because she is still in love with him and he is in love with her.