Skip to content Skip to sidebar Skip to footer

The scene of Kim Tae Ri too panicked because Nam Joo Hyuk appeared in 'Twenty-Five, Twenty-One' was immediately connected to the dialogue spoken by Lee Sung Kyung in the old drama


"Twenty-Five, Twenty-One" is known not to be a South Korean drama that takes a sports theme. Previously, there were a series of popular dramas that also told the story of an athlete.

In one of the scenes in "Twenty-Five, Twenty-One" it seemed to match the moment in the old drama "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo". Interestingly, this second drama both makes Nam Joo Hyuk the male lead.

In one of the scenes in "Twenty-Five, Twenty-One", there is a moment when Na Hee Do's face (Kim Tae Ri) panics because Baek Yi Jin (Nam Joo Hyuk) sees her with a red face. This was because he didn't want Baek Yi Jin to see him in a bad state.

Interestingly, this moment of Kim Tae Ri fits perfectly with Lee Sung Kyung's dialogue in "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo". Lee Sung Kyung once revealed a dialogue that described Kim Tae Ri's situation "Twenty-Five, Twenty-One".

"At that time, we couldn't help but point out the protruding veins. Our faces turned red, our chins became two or three times larger, and our tummies tugged out of the belt. That's pretty ugly. Of course we said that. It's not everything and dreams to achieve our dreams are more important. But it's not something we want for the man we like," explained Lee Sung Kyung in his dialogue.

Nam Joo Hyuk, who is both in the same "situation" in the 2 dramas, seems to give very different responses. Nam Joo Hyuk did not give any response to Kim Tae Ri's expression in the "Twenty-Five, Twenty-One" moment.

Nam Joo Hyuk expressed his irritation that the glass in his room was broken because of Kim Tae Ri's actions. However, then brought Kim Tae Ri so as not to get hit by the glass.

As for responding to Lee Sung Kyung, Nam Joo Hyuk gave a simple suggestion to find a man who doesn't care about appearances. "It really doesn't make sense. You just need to find a man who will love you for who you are," explained Nam Joo Hyuk in "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo".

Do you prefer Nam Joo Hyuk in "Twenty-Five, Twenty-One" or "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo"?