Yoo Na is paranoid about a mysterious stalker who has harassed her recently. When Ji Woo learns about this troubling development, he vows to protect her. Ji Woo accompanies Yoo Na on her way home every night. They grow closer as a result, much to Roa's chagrin. However, Yoo Na's stalker is agitated by Ji Woo's constant presence. The stalker assaults Ji Woo in the middle of the night. Luckily, Roa arrives to rescue him and stop the attacker.
Ji Woo doesn't allow Roa to report the incident to the police. His reasoning is that he doesn't want Yoo Na to feel more afraid of her stalker. Roa is injured during the attack and must wear a cast over his arm. Ji Woo is thankful for his senior classmate for saving him and promises to return the favour. Roa requests Ji Woo to be his assistant until his injury recovers. As the two men hang out more often, Roa's friend Nam Jun becomes jealous of their growing bond. Nam Jun believes Ji Woo is trouble and warns him to stay away.
Unfortunately, Love Class doesn't maintain its quality, going on a steady decline with each subsequent episode. Many storylines unfold tediously and obnoxiously. The love triangles suck the most, draining my energy with the incessant melodrama. I also hate the homophobic photo scandal, the weird professor romance, and the dumb resolution to the stalker mystery. Maybe I can tolerate each awful plot separately, but it's a nightmare when you compile them together. This unpleasant BL series becomes so infuriating to watch.
Another source of annoyance is Roa's character. My least favourite scene in Love Class is when he confronts Yoo Na during Episode 4. Poor Yoo Na lives in fear because of her creepy stalker. Instead of offering reassurance, Roa makes petty accusations because he's jealous of her bond with Ji Woo. He talks down to her like a patronizing dick, an exchange that utterly tarnishes my opinion of Roa. In addition, his toxic friendship with Nam Jun is insufferable. Oh my god, can these two jackasses take their abusive drama elsewhere and leave Ji Woo alone? ?
The episode begins with a flashback of how Ji Woo & Yoo Na became friends. They met during orientation, where he helped her in a party game. Another flashback revealed that Yoo Na faces a stalker problem. Lately, a disturbing individual has spied on her and left creepy notes. Yoo Na worries about her personal safety. Despite reporting to the police, they only agreed to increase the patrol in her neighbourhood. She still doesn't feel safe walking home alone every night.
Yoo Na becomes mistrustful of men due to her stalker, so she teamed up with Hye Won for the class project. As the two girls grow chummy, Hye Won reveals she has a crush on their professor. However, Professor Lim doesn't seem to reciprocate these feelings for his student. Even though Yoo Na fears most men, she feels comfortable around Ji Woo, who vows to protect her. He accompanies her as they walk home together after school every night.
Roa warns Ji Woo about the dangerous situation, insisting he's putting himself at risk and should leave matters to the police. Yet, Ji Woo is too delighted about spending time with Yoo Na and dismisses the concerns. Roa's warning came true at the end of the episode. The stalker waits until Ji Woo is alone before attacking him in the middle of the night. Ji Woo is frightened when his assailant swings a baseball bat at him. Fortunately, Roa arrives just in time to come to his rescue.
Roa scares away the stalker, but he injures his arm in the process. After a visit to the hospital, he must wear a cast over his broken arm. Although Ji Woo is thankful and apologetic, he asks Roa to keep this attack as a secret. He doesn't want to Yoo Na to feel worse about her situation. Roa is reluctant and believes the police should get involved. Nonetheless, he agrees to the discretion. In exchange, Roa makes Ji Woo become his assistant while he is immobilized.
Roa tells Yoo Na about the stalker attacking Ji Woo. Roa blames Yoo Na for exploiting Ji Woo's kindness and putting him in danger. Later, Ji Woo receives a threatening letter from the stalker. It's a photo of Ji Woo with his eyes cut off. This picture is the last straw that breaks his mental fortitude, sending him into a downward spiral. Roa visits Ji Woo's home and recites a sad poem, which resonates with Ji Woo. Although Ji Woo previously locked himself in his room, he finally opens the door to invite Roa into his apartment.
Ji Woo and Roa devise a plan to catch Yoo Na's stalker. They realize the culprit injured his arm in the last encounter. So, they ask all the male students to roll up their sleeves during class. Everybody does as they are told, but only one classmate refuses to obey the order. When they see his scraped arm, everyone realizes this random student is the stalker. He gets arrested, putting an end to the ongoing mystery.
The characters are cheerful after the stalker has gotten caught. They celebrate by hanging out, taking silly photos, and spending the night with a rooftop meal. A flashback reveals Roa had a secret crush on Ji Woo since orientation day. However, he feels insecure after discovering Yoo Na likes Ji Woo too. The episode ends with Yoo Na's love confession. Ji Woo is stunned that the girl he always desired reciprocates his feelings.
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