|Not to be confused with Chapter 2 of Boys Over Flowers Season 2.|
- Tsukushi: "Mom—I'm a weed! You can pull a weed and mow it down, but it always grows back stronger than ever!"
- Chieko: "I know...but why do you keep saying that every morning?"
- — Tsukushi gets ready for school.
Chapter 2 of Boys Over Flowers by Yoko Kamio was published in Margaret No.9 in April 1992. It continues the story of the first, which was published in March 1992. The chapter was included in volume one of the series. It marks the first appearance of Tsukushi Makino's brother, Susumu.
After eating breakfast with her family, Tsukushi Makino loudly declares "I'm a weed" and heads off to Eitoku Academy. She wants to stand strong against the F4, but loses her nerve and attempts to sneak into school. Tsukasa Domyoji and Sojiro Nishikado see her yet do nothing, which makes her uneasy. In her classroom, Tsukushi notices that her desk is missing and then someone throws an egg at her.
Tsukushi tries not to cry, until she reaches the emergency stairwell, where she runs into Rui Hanazawa. He tells her that he had heard her yell at the stairwell before. After Tsukushi asks about the F4, Rui informs her that he has no interest "in other people's problems." Tsukushi, hurt by his comment, quickly returns to her classroom. There she sees her desk, which Makiko Endo had returned, despite being frightened of the F4.
Later, the F4, except Rui, meet at a night club. Sojiro and Akira Mimasaka discuss Tsukushi. Tsukasa feels insulted when they compare her to his older sister and decides to plan his next move against her. After school the following day, a student approaches Tsukushi and attempts to corner her with three other males. Tsukushi fights back by punching one, before fleeing. They eventually catch her, but let go when Rui orders them to. She tells him thank you and replies, "Don't misunderstand. I just don't like this kind of stuff."
- Akira Mimasaka
- Chieko Makino (First appearance)
- Haruo Makino (First appearance)
- Makiko Endo
- Susumu Makino (First appearance)
- Rui Hanazawa
- Sojiro Nishikado
- Tsubaki Domyoji (Appears in flashback(s))
- Tsukasa Domyoji
- Tsukushi Makino
- In the Viz edition, Tsukasa uses the French word "malheur", meaning misfortune, instead of "honneur" (honor).