Nineteen To Twenty Episode 6 Review: It’s time to celebrate the new year with no rules

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The latest Korean reality show on Netflix, Nineteen to Twenty, attempts to capture a special time in the lives of all young adults.

`Too Hot to Handle, Dating Around, and Love is Blind are just a few of the reality TV shows that Netflix has fully engaged in developing. The reality program Nineteen to Twenty, which follows youngsters as they approach adulthood, is currently focusing on South Korea.`Too Hot to Handle, Dating Around, and Love is Blind are just a few of the reality TV shows that Netflix has fully engaged in developing. The reality program Nineteen to Twenty, which follows youngsters as they approach adulthood, is currently focusing on South Korea.

The television series Nineteen to Twenty, developed by Kim Jae-won, Park Su-ji, and Kim Jung-Hyun, follows a number of teenagers as they learn various skills necessary for surviving the harsh world of adulthood while being warned against dating one another. The last we saw as the students prepare to graduate, the topic is brought up, and the next day, everyone gathers at the 20 House to celebrate becoming adults as a group. After settling down at the dinner table, they all make separate comments about how different they all seem now that they are dressed in their street clothes. Here is the review of episode 5 in case you don’t know what happened in the last episode.

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It’s time to get rid of the “No dating rule” for the Nineteen To Twenty students 

The episode starts with the participants counting to wish Happy New Year to everyone and sip their first champagne. While the boys found it tasty, the girl addressed it as poison. Fortunately, they quickly discover that the dating prohibition will be abolished after midnight, which excites both the MCs and the participants. The excitement is evident as everyone prepares to celebrate their maturity together. Everyone rejoices in their newfound independence and the future when the clock finally strikes midnight. 

The less intoxicated group stays at the house while the more sober group leaves to acquire more alcohol after running out. However, everyone makes an effort to engage in conversation with one another and broaden their perspectives beyond those they were previously interested in.

The students of class nineteen to twenty step into the world of dating

In either case, Sang-won and Seo-hyeon prepare for their first date the following day. The others consider their options in light of the shifting dynamics and their minor melancholy at the fact that none of them has been asked out. Massive hangovers abound the following day as various activities are undertaken. After some cleaning and a filling meal, a notice appears on the television stating that dream dates will be given each midnight.

Following then, several groups begin participating in various activities. Pyeong-seok asks Hee-ji out on a date in the interim. The women discuss whether they should commit to a date right now or meet other people first because everyone wants to know what they should do about going out on dates. Meanwhile, Ji-min accepts Seo-yeong’s invitation to go on a date out of compassion for her.

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Hee-ji and Pyeong-seok leave that evening for a while to get to know each other. We are excited to see what the next episode will bring to the participants’ dating life. 

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