Episode 4 of Romance Crash Course begins with Chiyol laughing while on the bedroom floor. I’m here. As for our brave female protagonist, her memory slowly begins to return over time and lo and behold, she becomes mortified by her own actions!
Naturally, Young-ju rubs it off at work, pointing out everything that happened, including Ji-young’s “mortified” look, in excruciating detail. Just then, Chiyol shows up and she hides behind the counter so she believes Henson isn’t there, until her phone goes off and she emerges from under the counter. this is. yes. awkward!
After leaving the store, Chiyeol couldn’t stop laughing, especially by Henson, who mistakenly said “I love you” and mistaken it for a side dish. However, this smile disappears for a moment by Director Kang, who wants to meet Chi-yeol about his schedule.
Especially when Hen-sun and Jang Seo-jin (Sung-jae’s lawyer mother) come to see Su-hui (Su-ah’s mother) to discuss plans with the children. Sojin makes a fuss when she shows up late, and she continues to “catch up” with her drinking, lashing out at Sufi with her much more scathing rebuttals. After she essentially calls her woman stupid, So-jin continues to claim that Su-a has contributed nothing to her society and talks her down.
Su-hui is furious and sees it as a challenge to her authority. Henson tries to clear the air, but ends up with quite a few scratches on her cheek and she doesn’t do well.
However, Chiyol is now completely different as he has been given new life in his relationship with Henson. Because I want her hungry for when he has some side dishes with her that night.
Su-a shows how cocky she is in the wake of this by claiming that she wants to die while crying. Su-hui decides to make a deal with Young-min’s mother, but it also involves So-jin, who notices her son and Hen-sung walking outside together.
When Chi-yeol shows up at the restaurant, the dinner is canceled due to a big problem. When the All Care Program changes and dinner is ruined, Henson learns that Hae has been disqualified from the program, which she says is only accepting those who have taken Star Instructor’s class in the past. Henson is shocked and points out that it wasn’t in their plans or part of their original requirements. works for
Hae-e tells the hr guardian it’s okay, but it’s clearly not okay. She heads to her room and she starts crying as the reality of her situation makes her way home. As for Chi-yeol, he actually fought for the cause of Hae-ae and spoke to Director Kang, pointing out that this whole ordeal was unfair. I decided to drop out.
Considering he’s integral to this all-care package, it’s a huge blow to the director, and believes it will definitely back him up if the academy chooses to do nothing. As he persists, he scrambles to make sense of what’s going on here… thoughts about corruption.
Su-a shows her true colors while playing dodgeball at school. She hits a ball in Hae Ae’s face and Gong Fu comes to her aid. Considering how Sungjae filmed them both, there’s a serious love triangle vibe going on here!
Sufi shows up at the Side Dish Restaurant to “apologise”, resulting in Henson being ejected from the All Care Group chat. It’s too far.
In fact, she stood outside with a megaphone telling everyone about the injustice she had suffered and demanding a visit. When Kang hurt his arm and was hospitalized, he instead decided to blacklist Hae Ae from the academy and, worse, expel Henson from the facility.
Chi-yeol hears all this and takes her away, pointing out that Hae-ae has been banned from all classes. I refused and decided to play them in my own game…with the exception of students and parents.
As a result, Chiyoru’s charisma begins to wane and he is no longer the same cheerful self he used to be. It’s the new school year, and Henson’s side dishes can’t get him out of his head. Chi-yeol becomes worried and tells her therapist how she feels. The therapist believes it is related to his guilt and inability to fix a corrupt situation. am.
At school, Hae Ae finds herself in a sticky situation involving Gong Fu. The boy is given an ultimatum by his teacher, who points out that he must make a decision about his future or drop out of school altogether. Confu confronts Hae-e in the classroom and asks how she studies. She’s her homeroom rep, so she decides it’s the best chance they have.
Chiyeol realizes that Youngmin has taken over Haeae’s place in the All Care Program. He is rude and disrespects and argues with Chiyol throughout his first class, which results in Chiyol going out that night with big plans.
Youngmin is encouraged by a friend to post on Studyhard about Chiyeol’s actions. They also openly talk about kicking Hae Ae out of the group, which Sung Jae’s strange brother overhears. In fact, that night, Young-min was tracked to his home, beaten with a BB gun, and chased through the corridors of his apartment, with pinpoint accuracy.
Interestingly, this scene coincides with the scene at the beginning of Episode 1 where the attacker confronts Youngmin and pushes him off the balcony. When Youngmin appears to be killed, pools of blood line the sidewalk where he hits the ground.
That night, Chiyeol goes to see Henson with a plan of action. He intends to help Hae learn, but instead personally after an Academy session… but on one condition.
So what kind of condition is Chi-yeol referring to here? , I think it will be a big news for moms who have constant rumors in the future.
The episode also addresses class injustice, which is prevalent in both education and the workplace around the world. Because of their past qualifications. This is certainly relatable and I can’t help but feel sorry for poor Hae.
Given that there is a dark turn at the end of this chapter, it would be interesting to see exactly how the dark mystery elements work as the series jumps between quirky comedy and romance. Regardless, there are some really fun and memorable moments here, as well as some appropriately laugh-out-loud segments.
Romance Crash Course is shaping up to be a must-watch weekend K-drama and could be an absolute banger for the next few weeks.
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