Love Alarm has returned from the hand of Netflix with the second part of the K-Drama to give a deserved closure to the love triangle of Kim Jojo (Kim So Hyun), Hwang Sun Oh (Song Kang), and Lee Hye Young (Jung Ga Ram), in addition to answering all the questions that were pending in its first part.
Love Alarm is the dramatic adaptation of the popular webtoon of the same name that, broadly speaking, tells the story of the consequences of creating a fictitious mobile application capable of revealing people’s romantic feelings. within a 10 meter radius.
We met Jojo, Sun Oh, and Hye Young who were influenced in one way or another by the existence of the app. During the first season, we witnessed a romantic dynamic of the three that had remained unfinished, until this March 12, date in which the doubt of who Jojo will stay with is finally clarified.
The second season of Love Alarm continues with the same alternate reality but four years later. When their influence on society has spread to the point of completely changing the way people interact. The technological expansion now indicates who might you like or who could ever like you.
In this new stage of Love Alarm, the protagonists have evolved remarkably. As Jojo and Hye Young have started a sweet relationship that is getting deeper and deeper, Sun Oh’s presence breaks in to upset everything and confuse Jojo’s feelings.
We will see how Jojo faces a new dilemma, because after having added a shield to her Love Alarm that allows her to know in whom she awakens feelings, at the same time she does not allow it to be activated when the one feeling is her.
The K-drama also features Jojo’s cousin Park Gul Mi (played by Go Min Si), Love Alarm developer Brian Cheon (Ki Do Hoon), and Sun Oh’s girlfriend Lee Yook Jo (Kim Si Eun). ), who has adapted very well to the new society shaped by the use of the application and who influences the development of the story and its conclusion.
The world of Love Alarm has changed, from the way people fall in love to the division of social class, all determined by how many likes a person can get on the app. A new genre of crime has also emerged based on these changes in society.