Next Time On… Racket Boys episodes 9 and 10

June 22, 2021
Daniel Hart 0
K-Drama, Netflix, News, Weekly TV
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What a great week for this series, so let’s hope Racket Boys episodes 9 and 10 keep up this energy as it is brilliant so far. Here is where we are with the lead characters:

  • Woo-chan tries to quit in episode 8 due to his father’s dissatisfaction with his passion, but Hyeon-jong offers him some wise words and encourages him to keep playing.
  • In-sol seems to be a good strategist; maybe he could be a coach in the future?
  • In the tournament, Hae-kang suffers from an ankle injury.
  • Woo-chan also injures himself, but it is not as serious.
  • We learn that Woo-chan’s father watches his son in secret. He tells his son to keep going with his passion. Hopefully, this will give Woo-chan peace of mind.
  • Despite his injury, Hae-kang beats Seong-heon, and everyone is elated
  • Coach Fang tells Hyeon-jong that Yoon-dam has been picked for the National Youth Team.
  • Hae-kang’s injury is worse than feared, and he needs to rest for two weeks with a cast on.
  • In a happy and surprising twist, Hae-kang is also selected for the national youth team.
  • At the end of episode 8, Hae-kang’s latest rival, Park-chan, makes it known he likes Se-yoon, and he wants to ask her out.
Racket Boys episodes 9 and 10 release date

Episode 9 will be released on Netflix on June 28, 2021. The usual time is 4:00 pm (GMT), but sometimes this varies. We do not anticipate any changes to the schedule yet (sometimes this happens in the K-Drama world.) Episode 10 will be released at the same time the day after.

 

Summary and predictions for Racket Boys episodes 9 and 10
  • The focus must turn to Se-yoon, Hae-Kang, and Park-chan — this may turn into a love triangle, and we feel it might make the rivalry even more intense on the badminton court. Will Hae-kang shoot his shot and make his romantic intentions known? We feel something drastic will have to happen for Hae-kang to speak up, especially since he’s quite introverted.
  • With the team on the rise, how will they react to having two nationals on the team? Will priorities change?
  • It seems Hae-kang has chosen badminton over baseball, but we can still sense there will be another twist in this, especially with the baseball coach eager to talk to him.

What do you think will happen? Comment below.

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