After almost two years, Netflix finally dropped the long-awaited second period of its exclusive K show, Love Alarm. The main season ended in a nail-gnawing suspense and similarly, as with any remaining film and television projects to be filmed similarly to the success of the COVID-19 pandemic, the creation of season 2. it was postponed.
So, fans have quietly clung to find out what happens to youngsters’ closest companions Hwang Sun-goodness (Song Kang) and Lee Hye-Yeong (Jung Ga-slam), and the young woman from whom two fell desperately in love: Kim Jojo. (Kim So-Hyun).
In the sci-fi sentiment show, the Love Alarm app tells people within 10 meters if someone has sentimental affection for them. Furthermore, this is generally what confused the worship life of the three then high school students and transformed them into a convoluted love triangle. Season 1 ends with Jojo choosing to scam the app by inserting a shield into her Love Alarm so that she doesn’t set off anyone’s Love Alarms and let them realize that she prefers them.
Will there be a Love Alarm season 3?
The show has not been restored for a third season at present, and we are currently figuring out who ends up with whom. [SPOILER ALERT!] Jojo ends up choosing Hye-Yeong eventually, and Sun-gracious ends up with his new girlfriend Lee Yuk-Jo (Kim Si-Eun).
Be that as it may, despite this nice upbeat close, we can’t absolutely rule out a third season all things considered. The webtoon on which the show depends is incomplete, making it impossible to know where things will go or where Netflix may take them.
Maybe we will follow the romantic story of Sun-goodness and Yuk-Jo?
This is still an opportunity. Or on the other hand, we can possibly follow the romantic story that Park Gul-mi (Go Min-Si) develops with Cheong Duk-Gu (Lee Jae-Eung). Both pairings have not been fully investigated at this time, so maybe there is room for another six or eight scene side project.