Hacking was the only way out of Kang Sun Ho’s miserable life ever since his parents passed away from an accident when he was just ten. He eventually puts his genius hacking skills into practice in an attempt to steal illegal gambling funds to pay for his adoptive father’s cancer surgery. One day, Sun Ho bumps into a charismatic judo girl, Oh Kang Hee, and falls in love at first sight. Just to be with her, he sets a goal to get an acceptance letter from the same university as Kang Hee’s and eventually gets accepted. However, he does not expect a familiar face from his previous misdemeanor, Yoo Dong Man, to greet him as his professor. At first, he’s not very pleased to see him again, but he gradually grows fond of Dong Man, the man of justice, to the point where he respects Dong Man’s philanthropic and brave nature as they continue to bicker with one another. Just like that, what started as love at first sight becomes Sun Ho’s life goal, a police officer.
"Past 4 episodes, this drama is just average. Comedy is extremely bland. They're trying hard to make it look like Racket boys kinda funny yet touching show but it's a miserable failure. Not only both the director and screenwriters are quacks, the camera work plus screen editing techniques are totally off. The editing low-key feels like pre 2000 Indian movie style which makes the drama very uninteresting. Not gonna drop bcs I can't leave anything unfinished but the main plot of the drama except the university life doesn't seem promising either, will see how it goes. There is less scope for the actors to showcase there acting skills to being with, forget about the characters. Jin Young and Young Jae are understandable but Cha Tae Hyun and Krystal made a bad decision, accepting this drama." "Personally, when assessing whether a K-Drama series is worth watching or not, I would not read too much into the so-called domestic viewership rating. After all, as far as I know, such rating only takes into account those who watch through conventional televised broadcasts. It's 2021; there are other ways to enjoy series or movies, such as streaming services, delayed broadcasts, and on-demand viewing. Also as far as I'm concerned, Police University has always been broadcast simultaneously on KBS2 and a certain streaming media."