Even though the title sounds like it should be a fluffy romantic comedy, Crash Course in Romance is a fun mix of serious stories and the kind of love stories that are common in Korean dramas. Because of this, this show has stood out in a field with a lot of competition, even if it hasn’t always been at its best. Even though some of the stories are sad, the series as a whole has a pleasant feeling to it.
This is why people have loved Crash Course in Romance. Domestically, it reached its highest point with 13.501% of viewers. If it didn’t go any higher, it would still be the 18th most-watched cable K-drama, which puts it above shows like Little Women, Prison Playbook, and Twenty-Five Twenty-One in terms of viewers. It has been on Netflix’s global top ten list for a long time, and between February 13 and 19, a very respectable 21,520,000 hours of the series were watched.
Will there be a Season 2 of the K-Drama Crash Course in Romance – renewed or canceled status
Ready Steady Cut gave season one of Crash Course in Romance a 3.5/5 rating, saying, “With a colourful, warm visual palette that really makes the city feel welcoming to viewers, Crash Course in Romance might not want to completely avoid the usual rom-com tropes, but it does a more than serviceable job of giving its audience something substantial to sink their teeth into.” Adding some more serious plot lines makes the show more interesting, and as it goes on, there’s a real reason to come back week after week. If you want something filling and quick at the same time, this show might be for you.”
There is no news about whether or not Crash Course in Romance will have a second season. This is not unusual, but in Korean dramas on cable, a second season is still pretty rare. But shows like Alchemy of Souls, Hospital Playlist, and Taxi Driver are starting to show that there is life after the first 16 episodes.
Episodes 9 and 10 of Season 1 of Crash Course in Romance When it comes out, when, and where you can watch
Because of this, it’s getting harder to predict whether a show will be renewed or not, because the tides are slowly turning in this area. Since Crash Course in Romance has been a popular show, you can’t say for sure that these characters won’t be back.
Even so, we still think it’s unlikely that Crash Course in Romance will be back for a second season. Not because all of the stories are coming to an end (re-runs of shows often change things up a bit), but because the formula for rom-coms can’t go on for much longer than 16 episodes. Yes, you could make another release that focuses on the couple doing everyday things. Still, it wouldn’t be as interesting as seeing their relationship develop over the course of a few weeks, especially with all the drama that happens in between. So, enjoy Crash Course in Romance while it’s still around.
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