4 Important Points In The Drama ‘School 2017’, From High School Romantic Stories to The Activities of X

In Monday-Tuesday drama KBS 2TV ‘School 2017’ , there are only 4 episodes left to finish the story. The auspicious love story of Ra Eun Ho (Kim Se Jung) and Hyun Tae Woon (Kim Jung Hyun) are heart-racing, and there are 4 points of concern in this drama.

1.The High School Romantic Story of Kim Se Jung dan Kim Jung Hyun

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Eun Ho and Tae Woon, started their high school love story with the recognition of “Starting today we are dating” that satisfied the audience. The two first shared the secrets of X’s identity, then mutually guarded the dream of a relationship developing into love. Production team said “This will depict a special love affair between Ra Eun Ho and Hyun Tae Woon,” the message brought audience expectations regarding the romance of the two characters.

2.X’s Identity and Activities

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On episode 6 ago, it was revealed that X is Hyun Tae Woon. After that, he reappeared as a real hero, showing great performances like in a school uniform contest. It remains unclear whether he could escape the supervision of the principal and Song Dae Hwi (Jang Dong Yoon) to Seo Bo Ra who knew his identity. In addition, viewers’ attention is focused on X’s revenge in the remaining four episodes.

3.Kim Jung Hyun and Jang Dong Yoon’s Bromance

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When Tae Woon and Dae Hwi got the punishment of cleaning the school together, the two devote their feelings. It was a moment when the two men expressed their hearts after one friend died and became closer. Telling the secret about X, and claiming to be X in front of Kim Hee Chan. Tae Woon and Dae Hwi mutually ignored each other, then can they both become close friends as before?

4.Young People Growing Up To Become Adults

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Viewers enthusiastically encourage their growth toward maturity. In real life, the way to bring about justice with every method of non-compliance with injustice shows that schools still welcome them. Supporting the child’s dreams, and growing together into adulthood, they want to convey the message through the characters’ development.

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