Crash Course in Romance Kdrama 2023 Release Date, Plot & Cast

Crash Course in Romance is a South Korean romantic comedy drama series featuring Jeon Do-yeon and Jung Kyung-ho. The story tells a bittersweet romance between a top Hagwon instructor and a banchan shop owner who belatedly joins the Korean college entrance exam. It was scheduled to be released on January 14, 2023, on tvN, and to air every Saturday and Sunday at 21:10 (KST).

Crash Course in Romance Brief Profile

  • Drama: Crash Course in Romance 
  • Genres: Comedy, Romance
  • Director: Yoo Je-Won
  • Writer: Yang Hee-Seung
  • Network: tvN
  • Episodes: 16
  • Release Date: Jan 14, 2023 – Mar 5, 2023
  • Airing Days: Saturday, Sunday
  • Time slot: 21:10
  • Language: Korean
  • Country: South Korea

Crash Course in Romance Plot & Synopsis

The plot of the drama revolves around the former National athlete Nam Haeng-Sun, who now has a store that sells side dishes. She has an incredibly upbeat personality and boundless energy. She then makes a different turn and enters the sector of private education for students getting ready for university admission exams. Nam Haeng-Sun unexpectedly becomes involved with Choi Chi-Yeol.

And, Choi Chi-Yeol, popularly known as Ilta Instructor, is a popular teacher in the private education sector. He gives his job his all. He uses showmanship in his teachings and speaks openly to his students as an instructor. As a well-liked educator, he has amassed fortune and fame, but as his success has grown, so has his sensitivity, prickliness, and lack of care for others. He then meets Nam Haeng-Sun, who has an incredibly upbeat personality and boundless energy. Choi Chi-Yeol and Nam Haeng-Sun begin to develop a romantic relationship.

Crash Course in Romance Kdrama Cast

Main Cast

Jeon Do-Yeon as Nam Haeng-sun, a former national athlete and owner of a banchan business who is unmoved by life’s challenges, has faith in her decisions and does not give excuses.

Jung Kyung-ho as Choi Chi-yeol, a well-known and outspoken hagwon instructor with exceptional skills and excellent presentation.

Supporting Cast

  • Shin Jae-Ha as Ji Dong-Hee
  • Roh Yoon-Seo as Nam Hae-Yi
  • Lee Bong-Ryun as Kim Young-Joo
  • Jang Young-Nam as Jang Seo-Jin
  • Oh Eui-Sik – Nam as ae-Woo
  • Hwang Bo-Ra as Dan-Ji’s mother
  • Kim Sun-Young as Soo-A’s mother
  • Kang Na-Eon as Bang Soo-A
  • Lee Chae-Min as Lee Sun-Jae

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