Twenty Five Twenty One Actors Kim Tae-ri and Nam Joo-hyuk Look Striking in Netflix Photoshoot

Twenty Five Twenty One Netflix’s upcoming romantic drama starring actors Kim Tae-ri and Nam Joo-hyuk has created quite a buzz among the K-drama geeks. With Netflix releasing two teasers hinting about the basic storyline and the characters the viewers are very much eager for its release. The series is described as intimate and romantic which will also move and inspire people.

The Instagram page of Netflix Korea released some cute pictures from the photoshoot a few days before the release of the series Twenty Five Twenty One on Netflix. The pictures feature actors Kim Tae-ri and Nam Joo-hyuk looking cute and sharing beautiful chemistry. They are seen to flaunt their looks with Kim Tae-ri wearing grey sweaters with different patterns for her two looks and Nam Joo-hyuk in a black suit followed by a blue sweater. They are looking gorgeous in both the solo shots and the ones shot together.

The series Twenty Five Twenty One revolves around Na Hee-do, a fencing prodigy played by Kim Tae-ri and Baek Yi-jin, who wanted to be a reporter but ended up working at a comic book shop, played by Nam Joo-hyuk. Netflix in their description explains the series like “In a time when dreams seem out of reach, a teen fencer pursues big ambitions and meets a hardworking young man who seeks to rebuild his life.” The caption in the Instagram post also teases audiences and asks “How would you feel if you met your first love after 10 years?”.

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The story of Twenty Five Twenty One is set in the year 1998 when South Korea faces an economic crisis. This crisis impacts the characters lives and will show how it breaks their dreams, and how they struggle to fulfill them.

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The series Twenty Five Twenty One is scheduled to premiere on February 12, 2022, on Netflix worldwide, and will air every Saturday and Sunday at 21:00 (KST).

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