Everything is eventually revealed after all the pain and suffering. Kim An is now free because the conflict between him and Si Woo was handled. Sung Min and Joo Hyuk’s misunderstanding persists when Ma Ru and Min Woo start dating. Will each of these three couples’ stories end happily? Let’s find out in the last episode of ‘Love Class 2.’
WARNING: Spoiler alert! Read at your own risk.
That evening, Maru and Minwoo slept soundly next to one another. Min Woo was half asleep when Ma Ru abruptly woke up and spoke to him. He expressed his happiness at having made it home after a long journey. Since that is the only kind of love he is familiar with, he is happy that he has always supported him. He promised him that he would always be by his side, so now he is going to experience a new kind of love. Before going to sleep, he gave Min Woo a hug and a secret message.
The following morning, Kim An abruptly gave Lee Hyun a back hug while he was preparing breakfast. The two enjoyed themselves that morning, and he kissed him on the lips. Lunchboxes are made for Ma Ru by Min Woo. Ma Ru claims that the reason he never carried lunch boxes on picnics previously was because he received so many from others. Mon Woo remembered this while eating. What qualifies as a date? Min Woo asks. He then shared some unwritten dating etiquette with him after noticing that Ma Ru finds him attractive, despite Ma Ru’s opinion to the contrary. A professor, who is from a different department, constantly asks Sung Min to perform a task for him, which irritates Sung Min.
Sa Ra went to the cafe, and Min Woo served her coffee. Ma Ru asks her to join them on a trip after the semester ends, but the latter declines, saying she doesn’t want to be their third wheel. The cafe manager comes back and apologizes to Min Woo for everything that he has done to him. Sa Ra saw him, and they felt the connection instantly. Sung Min finally confronts the professor and asks him why he always asks him to run errands for him even though he’s in a different department. Joo Hyuk saw them arguing, so he went to them, confronted the professor, and told them that he was his uncle. Sung Min told him that he was out of line earlier, but Joo Hyuk apologized to him on behalf of his uncle and said that maybe the professor did that because he told him that he had feelings for him.
Sung Min is shocked by what he says, and he gets embarrassed when he confesses that he thought Joo Hyuk and Professor Yoo had something because he saw them talking behind the school building. The latter says that they talked about family matters at that time. He asks him to apologize to the professor on his behalf before he asks him for a date. Hyun and Kim An went on a date for their assignment. Their professor says that anyone who starts dating will receive an A, so Lee Hyun asks him if they should tell the whole class that they are dating. To his surprise, Kim An agrees and tells him that once he decides on something, he doesn’t go back. They sealed their decision with a passionate kiss.
Ma Ru and Min Woo went out on a date that night. Ma Ru brought coffee so they wouldn’t feel cold at the park. He told Min Woo that everything he does with him right now is a first for him. Min Woo tells him he loves him, and though he feels shy, he kisses him as a sign that he loves him too. Sung Min and Joo Hyuk also went out on a date, and Joo Hyuk apologized to the latter for what happened the first time they met. He also told him that he admires his thoughtfulness because, for him, it’s hard to live like that. While walking home, Sung Min kissed him and asked him to go to his place. The latter told him that they should have lots of important moments together and promised to be good boys. As soon as they entered his home, the two kissed and shared a lustful night.
The episode concludes with a flashback to their first encounter. When Sung Min noticed Joo Hyuk sitting on a bench drunk, he assisted him in returning to his room. When the latter asked him if he was graduating and he replied yes, Joo Hyuk embraced him and sobbed uncontrollably, assuring him he wouldn’t see him again.