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Crash Course in Romance Season 1 Episode 2 Recap

January 16, 2023

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We recap the Netflix K-Drama series Crash Course in Romance Season 1 Episode 2, “Likelihood to Meet Your Enemy at Your Worst,” which contains spoilers.

A little like first episode, Crash course in romance the second chapter is a stripped-down affair, something that slides around without much need to really think about what’s going on. That being said, the underlying plot of a would-be hitman involved in the proceedings adds a gripping dose of excitement, which also gives viewers something else to grapple with from the obvious rom-com tropes.

Crash Course in Romance Season 1 Episode 2 Recap

After a quick recap of the end of the last episode, we move on to some flashbacks. In these scenes, Chi-yeol past of a hard student was established (he wanted to become a teacher even after the death of his father and regularly ate only one meal a day at Haeng Seon my mother’s restaurant), and Hae-e’s the brutal abandonment is clearer since she is simply dropped off at her loved one’s workplace. Additionally, Haeng-seon is shown to quit the handball team when she didn’t have a chance to watch over her sick niece, her decision being aided by the coach’s attitude in how he brings up the fact that he already apologized to the player when his mother died.

After watching how a young Hae-e kicked off the unique relationship with her aunt, who saw her call him “mother,” we return to the present. Here, Haeng-seon blames himself for not realizing that his niece wanted to take private lessons. Or at least she is until Young-ju offers touching reassurance, which helps the former handball player realize that she still has a chance to help Hae-e fulfill her educational desires.

However, it quickly becomes apparent that Haeng-seon will be tougher than it looks. For starters, she is told to apologize to Hae-e, who might have skyrocketed to the top of her class, for neglect. Next, Haeng-seon is introduced to skymom, where she will learn about the competitive environment that plagues mothers looking to enroll their children in private education. Elsewhere, Chi-yeol is told by her doctor that her sudden pleasure in eating could help signal a positive change in her eating and sleeping disorders.

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As content, motivated Chi-yeol completes a successful talk show appearance with parents and students ahead of her upcoming admissions, Haeng-seon tells Yeong-ju and Jae woo that she will need their help tomorrow (this is later confirmed for tasks such as grocery shopping) so that Hae-e has a better chance of being signed up for private lessons. Following this, Chi-yeol recoils from a visit to “Nation’s Best Banchan”, worried that he has spotted the person he only recently got hit with with a cracked cellphone.

As Chi-yeol vomits again while eating another restaurant’s meal, Sun-jae returns home to find her mother drunk. The lawyer is also in a weird mood, hugging her son, telling him he’s all she’s got. Interestingly, this scene ends with a hooded figure taking some money that had been secretly hidden above a plate in the cupboard, Seo-jin.

The next day, various parents and guardians compete for places online for Chi-yeol’s class enrollment. This includes Haeng-seon, who was slightly delayed thanks to the tutor himself who showed up looking for a fix of food from his store, but still ended up getting a delighted Hae-e admitted into the halls. highly demanded instructor course. That being said, here su-a seems a bit jealous that her academic opponent is in the same private class as her.

After escaping the sight of Haeng-seon, who is still caught in Jae-woo’s broken phone, Chi-yeol eats her lunch box of “Nation’s Best Banchan” in her car. Meanwhile, Yeong-ju theorizes that the tutor may have fallen in love with the former handball player, and it’s clear that the current store owner’s husband – a taekwondo studio owner in the Philippines – is fictitious.

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As a beaming Hae-e thanks her aunt for enrolling her in Chi-yeol’s classes, Su-a is frustrated by the developments. “I hate his pretension,” the student tells his mother about his classmate, who is strangely jealous of a person who has never been nice except in his presence.

After his teaching is over, Chi-yeol chooses to drive home, taking a phone meant for Jae-woo with him. However, things aren’t all rosy for the tutor, as his stalker has signed up for the “second season” of his classes, much to his annoyance. Nonetheless, we see that the rambunctious student was actually knocked to the ground by the same hooded figure seen earlier.

With the phone meant for Jae-woo awkwardly delivered by Chi-yeol, Yeong-ju is adamant it means the customer is interested in Haeng-seon. Still, the former handball player plays it cool, admitting that she would like to date her and get her teaching certificate, but wants to see Hae-e in college first and “give Jae-woo a foothold. ”.

At school, Su-a finds herself in trouble for working on Chi-yeol’s academy textbook during class. His teacher, Jeon Jong Ryeol, is doubly annoyed by the know-it-all attitude of the arrogant student, wanting to earn the same respect as the private tutor. In due time, the reason for such sensitivity is revealed, as it turns out that the two (Jong-ryeol and Chi-yeol) know each other and have some sort of history related to ‘ghosting’ and death together. of a student.

Reflecting deeply on his confrontation with Jong-ryeol, Chi-yeol heads to the resting place of the late Jeong Su-hyeon, obviously struck by the fact that he was told he should feel guilty for the incident currently. undisclosed which led to his death. Following this, the tutor narrowly misses the opportunity to eat at “Nation’s Best Banchan”, where Haeng-seon ponders how to return the phone given to him.

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As Jae-woo is puzzled at the sight of Chi-yeol on an advertisement at a bus stop, knowing that he has already seen the tutor, the instructor himself orders his team to reprint his manuals, furious at the careless editing they contain. Elsewhere, Hae-e tells Sun-jae that she’s “so excited” ahead of her first day at an academy, which she really throws herself into. In particular, the new student is driven by Chi-yeol’s talk of how he wants the best for his students and how he hopes they’re “just as desperate and passionate about this moment” as he is.

When Hae-e returns home, she can’t wait to tell her aunt how good her math class at the academy was, conveying all of her comments with marked passion. Meanwhile, Jae-woo continues to struggle to remember who he recognized in a bus commercial, before having the perfect opportunity to remember when Chi-yeol walks into the store.

The ending explained

With Chi-yeol’s identity later revealed, Haeng-seon must confront his apologetic client, frustrated with his supposed idea that a new phone will simply solve all the problems between the parties. What follows is a small feud, mostly based on the tutor changing back into his “compensation” form and leaving, until everyone has to take cover when one of the shop windows is smashed. by the same type of silver ball used to remove the instructor’s ball. stalker. With a quick look at the shock of the incident, the episode ends.

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