Rookie Cops have realised that whatever we chose, we must be responsible for it. If one reason has run its course, attempt to come up with a new one to keep the momentum going. We can even observe the bond that exists between the cast especially with Seung Hyun becoming a friend to Eun Kang.
Review: Rookie Cops – The Search For Justice (Episode 1 & 2)
Knowing that the answer is right there, Eun Kang tracks down the person who placed the spycam, which turns out to be Han Na. After finding out the truth, Han Na is asked many questions by the professor, but she chooses not to answer any of them. Actions are taken, and she is set to be expelled, but she counters by saying that since she will not be a KNPU student, there’s no reason for her to keep the KNPU secret. She was urged to place the spycam by a detective Nam Gi since he had helped her earlier. She is subjected to severe punishment that lands her in the hospital. Eun Kang decides to oppose the seniors and expresses her emotions to Ju Chan. Seung Hyun and Eun Kang are becoming closer, which could lead to something more.
Wi Gi Yong, Seung Hyun’s father and detective Nam Gi have some problems with the KNPU, and Nam Gi wants the public to know about the reality of KNUP and Wi Gi Yong.
Eun Kang admires Jang Ju Chan, who trained her for two months, and she wants to tell him about her feelings after the training is completed, but she notices him dating Baek Sun Yu. She is shocked, and her sole reason for attending KNPU is no longer valid, ignoring her obvious bond with Seung Hyun. Seung Hyun begins to notice and adore her more and more, constantly smiling when he sees her. This chemistry will be entertaining because one is the top dog, clever, and the other is witty and a troublemaker.
The first school vacation has begun. Eun Kang’s heart is broken and when she returns home and discovers her family ignoring her, she becomes even sadder. She decides to not return to the university and in rebellion dyes her hair. On her way back, she runs into Seung Hyun, who has just returned from a double-blind date with Yoo Dae Il. She informs him that she will not be attending university anymore. Kim Tak spends his vacation with his grandma, who owns and operates a small grocery store. His grandma is concerned about him because she lost touch with his brother, who attended KNPU. When Eun Kang’s vacation is over, she returns to KNPU and seeing her, Seung Hyun cannot help but crack a grin. She decides to tell Ju Chan about her feelings, but she assures him that she will move on. Han Na and Eun Kang share a room and the former continues to act as if she hasn’t done anything wrong to her and acts like a spoiled child.
Moments That Stay
Eun Kang was late for class after becoming intoxicated, and the professor chastised her and required her to write a report covering her four years at university. She makes the decision not to attend university. While driving home, she catches a thief, which made her understand that she should be accountable for her choices. She hands in her report to the professor, along with the following note: “I’ve spent my entire life trying not to fall behind. That’s why, from now on, I’m going to change my perspective. My future is as blank as a paper. And it’s something I’d like to plan from here.” Seeing the chemistry and bond between the group of buddies is certainly making the drama more enjoyable.
Rookie Cops may appear to be a happy-go-lucky drama based on the trailer and stills, but it is much more than that. Every student has their motivations for attending university, and it is up to them to decide whether they will submit to the system or resist injustice, regardless of who stands in their way. Not only the main characters but also the rest of the cast, make the drama incredibly interesting to watch.
And that’s it for episodes 3 and 4. Are you watching this drama? Are you enjoying it as much as we are? Let us know in the comments!
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