The crazy talent of “Crash Course in Romance” Roh Yoon Seo leave netizens deeply impressed

With tvN drama “Crash Course in Romance” drawing great attention, the academic background of Roh Yoon Seo is hotly discussed. 

Roh Yoon Seo, born in 2000, is 23 years old and debuted in 2023 through the tvN drama “Our Blues”. At that time, the actress was recognized for her impressive acting skills, and later appeared in the Netflix original movie “20th Century Girl”.

Currently, she plays the role of Nam Hae Yi, the daughter of Nam Haeng Seon (Jeon Do Yeon) and class president of class 2-1, Woorim High School, who receives tutoring from Choi Chi Yeol (Jung Kyung Ho) in “Crash Course in Romance”. 


Roh Yoon Seo, who perfectly portrayed the role of a model student character in the drama, actually has an extraordinary talent. In particular, the actress has flaunted her excellent knack for painting via various photos on her social media. 

It is known that Roh Yoon Seo graduated from the Department of Fine Arts at Sunhwa Arts High School and is currently studying at the Department of Western Painting at Ewha Womans University.


Despite being busy with her acting activities, the actress does not lose sight of her passion for painting. She also drew attention by running a separate SNS account for her artwork and daily life of painting.

Netizens who discovered Roh Yoon Seo’s academic background at Ewha Womans University expressed surprise and left comments of support. In particular, they wrote things such as, “Wow, you are so talented”, “Your paintings are absolutely gorgeous”, and “You really are excellent at everything”.

Meanwhile, “Crash Course in Romance”, in which Roh Yoon Seo is appearing, recorded a viewership of 11% on January 29th, breaking its personal record. This is the highest viewer rating record in the same time zone, including cable and comprehensive channels, both in the metropolitan area and on a nationwide scale.


On the other hand, “Crash Course in Romance” airs every Saturday and Sunday at 9:10 PM (KST).

Source: wikitree

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