'Love Alarm' Season 2 should reveal who Jojo chooses between Sun-oh and Hye-yeong, here's what happened in the original webtoon
In the webtoon, Jojo finally removes the shield from her Love Alarm app and Duk-gu (Lee Jae-eung) himself helps her with the same. She is finally able to ring the Love Alarm, but unexpectedly, it is of Hye-young's and not Sun-oh's
'Love Alarm' season 2 is something fans are desperate for and despite the show's renewal status being unclear at the moment, the cliffhanger of an ending is being discussed to bits. Considering the show is based on the webtoon of the same name, perhaps referring to the webtoon might give us a clue as to how the story will end and what Kim Jojo (Kim So-hyun) will choose at the end. But guess what? The webtoon hasn't ended and the last update reportedly made by the writer months ago did see Jojo make a choice.
Now, there are some fans who want Jojo to choose Hwang Sun-oh (Song Kang) who she broke up with when they were in high school. Other fans are rooting for Lee Hye-yeong (Jung Ga-ram) who stayed away from Jojo since she began dating Sun-oh and after years, approaches her again and confesses his feelings to her.
The conflict lies within Jojo who has always been in love with Sun-oh. Of course, after being dumped by Jojo, Sun-oh found a great companion in Yook-ji who understands why Sun-oh cannot ring her Love Alarm app; the same reason why Jojo claims she cannot ring Hye-young's love alarm -- Sun-oh and Jojo are in love with each other.
In the webtoon, Jojo finally removes the shield from her Love Alarm app and Duk-gu (Lee Jae-eung) himself helps her with the same. She is finally able to ring the Love Alarm, but unexpectedly, it is of Hye-young's and not Sun-oh.
Weirdly enough, Sun-oh also begins to ring Yook-ji's (Kim Si-eun) Love Alarm, which is something he was unable to do for the longest time. Of course, since the webtoon has not been concluded, things can change depending on author Kye Young-chan.
If we compare this to where the Netflix show is at, things look pretty dicey because, for one, we saw Duk-gu jump out of the building he lives in. It is unclear if he is alive in the first place and it is highly unlikely he even made Love Alarm 2.0, especially after his heart was broken enough to give the shield to Jojo in the first place.
How this all comes about is something we will have to wait and watch. We also saw Sun-oh continue to ring Jojo's alarm in the finale of season 1, so the possibility of Sun-oh finding a happy ending with Yook-ji also seems highly improbable. It's a matter of much curiosity as to how the Netflix show will tie it all together.