How can a group of high school students survive in a brutal educational system that puts their ranking above all else?
Ra Eun Ho (Kim Sejeong) works very hard to keep her sixth-place ranking in her class so that she can try to get into the same college as the boy she likes. She is a talented webtoon artist with a bright future, but all that changes when she is mistaken for a delinquent student at school.
Hyun Tae Woon (Kim Jung Hyun) is a rebellious young man who transfers to the high school after being kicked out of a school in the United States. Tae Woon’s wealthy father is an investor in the high school, so Tae Woon acts like the rules don’t apply to him.
Song Dae Hwi (Jang Dong Yoon) is the total package. He has good looks, good grades as well as the right attitude as he tries to help weaker students who are bullied. He often challenges Hong Nam Joo (Seol In Ah), a nasty student who only cares about her looks.
“School 2017” is a South Korean drama series directed by Park Jin Suk. It is the seventh installment of the popular school-based series, following “School 1” (1999), “School 2” (1999-2000), “School 3” (2000-2001), “School 4” (2001-2002), “School 2013” (2012-2013) and “Who Are You: School 2015” (2015).
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