This week’s list of the most talked-about dramas and cast members saw tvN’s “Twenty-five twenty-on” and SBS’s “A Business Proposal” take the top two spots! For the sixth week in a row, “Twenty-five twenty-on” ranked first on Good Data Corporation’s weekly list of the most talked-about dramas. To determine each week’s rankings, the company compiles data from news articles, blog posts, online communities, videos, and social media about dramas that are currently airing or will be airing soon. Continue reading to find out when and where you can watch Episode 2 online.
Twenty Five Twenty One: A Preview
A brief glimpse into the world of 1998, when phones were heavier, feet were lighter, and life was simpler—or so people thought before the IMF crisis hit South Korea. ‘Twenty Five, Twenty One,’ led by Kim Tae Ri’s cheerful and larger-than-life portrayal of Na Hee Do and Nam Joo Hyuk’s pitiful and ambitious Baek Yi Jin, began its journey.
Twenty Five Twenty One: Episode One recap
After her own team is disbanded, a fencing athlete, played by the wonderful Kim Tae Ri, is tenacious in her attempts to transfer schools. Baek Yi Jin, who is suffering from guilt, finds solace in her contagious energy.
Kim Tae Ri carries the show on her back for the first few episodes, and you’re almost drunk on her energy. She’s clumsy, truthful, and as sharp as the tip of her fencing sword. Her girl crush is too well done and adds a new dimension to a lead character rather than any cliched adolescent falling in love. This 31-year-old will make you believe she is 18 and has simple problems with studying as well as more serious problems with achieving her dreams.
Twenty Five Twenty One: Where to stream Episode Two
Twenty Five Twenty One can be streamed anytime on Netflix. Will you tune in for week two? You most certainly should, and we will. As Na Hee Do’s daughter reads more of her mother’s diary, we are taken on a journey of discovery, friendship, love, and dreams.