The long-awaited outcome of Lara Jean's story has arrived! The latest film in the hit trilogy is now available on Netflix. “For All the Boys: Now and Forever” is based on the 2017 book “Now and Forever, Lara Jean”, written by Jenny Han and as expected, there were some differences between the book and the adaptation, but the story remains exciting and maintains the main message: maturation.
Let's talk about the differences ...
1. 1. The trip to Korea
In the book, the Song sisters are surprised by a trip to Korea as a graduation present for Lara Jean. This is towards the end and the film is the opening. It's a month-long trip with the girls' maternal grandmother and that trip causes a disagreement between Peter and LJ, as they won't be able to be together on their last summer. In addition, only girls will go. However, in the film, Dr. D and Trina are with the girls.