What lies ahead for the two now that Yoo Jae has initiated a kiss with Han Joon?
Does this kiss mark the beginning of their relationship, or will they face further challenges? Can they achieve the happy ending they deserve as a couple? To discover the answers to these questions, let’s explore what happens in the series finale below:
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD. Read at your own risk!
Episode 7: 62 Days
Yoo Jae tries to initiate a conversation with Han Joon at school, suggesting they grab a meal to talk. However, Han Joon declines, mentioning prior plans. Yoo Jae doubts Han Joon’s claim, and his suspicion is confirmed when the next scene reveals Han Joon sitting alone, eating at a convenience store. During a group project meeting, Yoo Jae tries to call Han Joon, but Yubin informs him that Han Joon had already texted her, stating that he won’t be able to make it because he’s feeling unwell. Yoo Jae doubts the excuse, but Yubin assures him that Han Joon already finished his part. Despite his doubts, Yoo Jae still buys medicine for him. Yoo Jae, holding the medicine, waits for Han Joon’s call at night and eventually falls asleep. He rushes to meet Han Joon at the playground after waking up, where they discuss the kiss they shared. Han Joon tries to downplay it, claiming he didn’t feel anything, but Yoo Jae isn’t convinced. Yoo Jae pulls Han Joon’s swing closer, causing Han Joon to panic and push him away. Han Joon assumes that Yoo Jae wants to pretend that nothing happened, but Han Joon wants to reconcile with Yoo Jae because he can’t imagine being without him. Feeling embarrassed, Han Joon quickly changes the subject to stargazing, something Yoo Jae enjoys, before suggesting they head home. Yoo Jae tells Han Joon that he didn’t come there just to stargaze, and he suggests that they go out together.
In the next scene, Han Joon and Yoo Jae are playing basketball together when Han Joon’s senior comes. The senior asks if Han Joon has switched from the boxing club to the basketball club as a joke. Han Joon clarifies that he hasn’t, showing the fighting club t-shirt he’s wearing, which happens to be the same shirt his senior is wearing. Han Joon declines the invitation to the training camp, stating that he is unable to attend due to a part-time job that day. Yoo Jae encourages Han Joon to attend the training camp if he desires. However, Han Joon reiterates that he had no intention of going. Yoo Jae sighs and tells him to take off his fighting club shirt with a hint of sulking in his voice. At home, Han Joon and Yoo Jae decide to take a photo together. As they pose for the picture, Yoo Jae proudly asks Han Joon how long they have been dating, to which Han Joon responds “62 days.” Afterward, Han Joon successfully reserves a restaurant for their 100-day anniversary celebration, which has a semi-formal dress code. Han Joon and Yoo Jae hold hands while eating ice cream outside and talk about the semi-formal attire needed for the restaurant. Yoo Jae suggests going elsewhere due to his lack of appropriate clothing, but Han Joon insists on dining at that specific restaurant.
On the day of their celebration, Han Joon sends Yoo Jae a text, informing him that he won’t be attending class and will head straight to the reserved restaurant but in truth, he actually went to go meet his mom after receiving a message from her when they went out to get ice cream. He arrives at her place, but there’s no answer, and the landlord informs him that they moved out some time ago. Meanwhile, Yoo Jae’s mom calls him to meet up. Yoo Jae’s parents inform him of their separation and financial arrangements, but an argument ensues over the amount of money. Yoo Jae becomes upset and decides to move out, wanting no part in this unpleasant situation. In a fit of anger, his father hits him, but Yoo Jae walks away, determined to cut ties with them.