Kim Tae-ri and Kim Ji-yeon might have different nationalities, but their friendship is eternal (Twenty-five, Twenty-one)

Kim Tae-ri and Kim Ji-yeon (WJSN Bona) hug each other and shed tears after a fierce battle.

tvN’s Saturday and Sunday drama “Twenty-five, Twenty-one” (Written by Kwon Do-eun, directed by Jung Ji-hyun and Kim Seung-ho) depicts the wandering and growth of young people who lost their dreams in the 1998 era. Kim Tae-ri appears as Na Hee-do, who stands tall as a national fencing team member who dreamed of showing off her unique positive energy, while Kim Ji-yeon is acting as Ko Yu-rim, who shines her firm will and passion for fencing despite her difficult situations.

Earlier, Na Hee-do (Kim Tae-ri) was worried about the hateful gazes that Ko Yu-rim (Kim Ji-yeon) would face when Ko Yu-rim (Kim Ji-yeon) finally decided to naturalize due to her family circumstances, but Ko Yu-rim said, “Fencing is just a means for me. It’s a means to protect my family.” However, before leaving the country, Ko Yu-rim, who had been acting strong, sobbed as she told Na Hee-do, “I actually don’t want to go,” and “I want to continue with you as a member of the national team.”

Meanwhile, the production team revealed the reunion between Na Hee-do and Ko Yu-rim in the final match of the 2001 Madrid match. The two put down their feelings of friendship and compassion for a while and do their best in the game. Soon, they took off their fencing pitches, approached each other and hugged each other, showing their sweat and tears. Attention is being paid to how these two fencing queens, who did not yield an inch in front of each other, competed in a tight race.

The production team said, “On this day, Kim Tae-ri took pictures of Kim Ji-yeon, who was waiting on the scene, with her own camera. They then looked at the photos taken together and gave warm smiles to each other like best friends. As they have been constantly practicing and preparing for the fencing match, both showed excellent concentration and dynamic and delicate fencing movements, adding mature emotional acting to maintain the scene’s tension,” adding, “Even in a situation full of tears due to the lack of emotion, the two immediately monitored the filming scene and impressed the team with their professional attitude by checking their acting in detail,” they said.

They added, “Kim Tae-ri and Kim Ji-yeon performed their passion and immersion in their characters and scenes from fencing to sobbing. Please check out their tearful hugging scene in the 15th episode, which shows their friendship and enthusiasm for fencing.”

Episode 15 of “Twenty-five, Twenty-one” will air at 9:10 p.m. on April 2nd.

Back to top button