Netflix Extracurricular Ending Explained | Did Ji-soo survived in the end?

Published by Ashish on

Extracurricular ending explained

How far would you go to protect your dreams? Where do you draw the line? The cost of your dreams! These are some of the thought-provoking phrases used throughout Extracurricular. A show that challenges the conventional way of life and makes the viewers uncomfortable with its twisted and insane ideologies.

‘Extracurricular’ is a South Korean drama that gained huge traction in the past few months. Fans couldn’t contain themself to find out what exactly happened in the last episode of Extracurricular. And the biggest question that challenges K-Drama intellectuals, Did Ji-soo survived in extracurricular? Here is a breakdown and explanation of the last episode of the South Korean thriller drama Extracurricular.

Extracurricular episode 10

In the last episode of Extracurricular, Mr. Lee takes revenge on the members of the Banana Club Karaoke bar. In the epic showdown, Mr. Lee along with the owner of Banana Club Karaoke bar dies at the rooftop of the bar.

Gi-tae along with his school gang was questioned for reckoning the place. The police officers link the attack by Gi-tae with Mr. Lee.

In the midst of all the confusion, Ji-soo finds out that Mr. Lee was killed in the brawl at the Banana Club Karaoke bar. Upon hearing the news about Mr. Lee Ji-soo starts hallucinating and imagining un-real scenarios about the people involved in the case.

In the next few scenes, Bae Gyu-ri shares her plan of shifting to Sydney. Bae Gyu-ri asks Ji-soo if he wants to come but Ji-soo denies the offer by giving a vague explanation.

READ  Top 10 Inspiring Quotes From Itaewon Class

Later, police officer Haegyong digs the case deeper and she ends up in the counseling room/club room of the school. This is the same room where Bae Gyu-ri hid the money extracted from the Banana Club Karaoke bar owner.

Haegyong informs the police about the cash and the homeroom teacher Jo Jin Woo was questioned by the police.

In the meantime, Seo Min-Hee meets Ji-soo as she knows that Ji-soo is heavily involved in the recent events. Ji-soo accepted that he was indeed the ‘uncle’ and he has been providing security services to underage sex workers.

Seo Min-Hee records the conversation when Ji-soo accepts his crimes. After a serious conversation, Ji-soo forces Seo Min Hee to delete the conversation and Seo Min-Hee ends up falling from the stairs and dies on the spot.

Extracurricular ending explained

Ji-soo takes the phone and starts walking towards his home. (A dramatic scene)

At the same time, Kwak Ki Tae finds out that the person behind the security service is Ji-soo and he plans on taking revenge on him. After finding out that Ji-soo might have killed Seo Min-Hee, he hand stabs him with a home scissor. But somehow, Gyu-ri interferes and slams a plot on Kwak Ki Tae’s head.

In the last climax, both Gyu-ri and Ji-soo tries to escape from the building but Ji-soo, who has lost a lot of blood starts losing consciousness. Ji-soo asks Gyu-ri to run away but she stays by his side. In the same sequence, Haegyong enters the Ji-soo apartment where she finds unconsciousness Kwak Ki Tae’s. She follows the blood trail.

READ  15 must-watch Korean drama of 2020 so far
Extracurricular’ Ending Explained

In the last 5 minutes we can see both Gyu-ri and Ji-soo escapes the building and what follows next is a pan shot of a city in South Korea.

Extracurricular Ending Explained

The ending was left unexplaniend but we can surely conclude that both of the trouble teenegars are alive and still struggling to survive in this unfair world.

Netflix Extracurricular ending explained and if you have any doubt or suggestion, then please share your views in the comment section.

otakusmart is a news source for anime, manga, k-pop, gaming, and pop culture in the world. Bringing you the latest in the world of Anime entertainment.

Extracurricular ending explained


Ashish

Ashish Khaitan is a content writer based out of New Delhi. He usually writes content for business owners, websites, and filmmakers. He likes anime, mangas, and Kdramas and often spends a lot of time reading books. He enjoys his own company and rarely goes outside unless there is a sale in the local clothing stores.

0 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

x