Twenty Five Twenty One: Must Watch K-Drama After Season 1

Kim Tae-Ri and Nam Joo-hyuk feature in Twenty Five Twenty One. An adolescent fencer pursues high aspirations and meets a determined young man who strives to repair his life at a time when dreams seem out of reach. Bona, Choi Hyun-Wook, and Lee Joo-Myung, all of WJSN, have supporting parts in the drama.

There was a period when we were completely engrossed in unrealistic K-dramas. The wave has, however, undergone a pleasant modification. The trend lately has been towards more genuine and sympathetic dramas.

The series Twenty Five Twenty One is set in the 1990s and follows two people whose ambitions are crushed by the financial collapse of 1997. Na Hee-do is played by Kim Tae-Ri, a young woman who aspires to join the national fencing squad. Nam Joo-hyuk, on the other hand, plays Baek Yi-jin, a young boy who is forced to live in poverty after his father goes bankrupt. He goes on to work as a sports reporter. When she is 18 and he is 22, the on-screen pair meets for the first time. When they reach the ages of 21 and 25, they fall in love.

Must Watch Series If you Like (Twenty Five Twenty One):

Juvenile Justice

Prepare to be engrossed in a crime drama that will have you glued to the screen for hours. This is an absolute must-see for anyone who likes courtroom dramas. Juvenile Justice follows an elite judge as she takes on the role of a freshly appointed judge in a juvenile court. She moves from despising juvenile criminality to learning what it means to be an adult as she meets youngsters and solves challenging issues.

A Business Proposal

Keep an eye out for this romedy ‘A Business Proposal’ if you’re looking for something a little lighter. The next K-drama is based on the WEBTOON The Office Blind Date and includes four well-known Korean actors. The story follows a devastated lady who goes on a blind date just to find out that the man across the table is the CEO of the firm she works for. There will be 12 episodes in all, with two new episodes released every Monday and Tuesday.

All Of Us Are Dead

Inside a confined school, there is a zombie outbreak and it spreads rapidly. Students at high school are in grave danger as they struggle to survive and flee a scenario that has devolved into hell. Will they be able to unite and battle their way to safety? or will they betray the living and become one of the rabid infected?

Ghost Doctor

All three come together in this show. The narrative of how two physicians from conflicting backgrounds and with opposed personalities blend into one person is told in Ghost Doctor. The two physicians accidentally combine their bodies and souls after an accident, resulting in a single creature.

Crash Landing On You

While paragliding, Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-Jin), a South Korean entrepreneur, is trapped in a cyclone. She smashes into the embraces of Ri Jeong-hyeok (Hyun Bin), a North Korean border guard. Instead of handing her over to the North Koreans, he tries to get her back to South Korea in secret, falling in love with her in the process.

The drama depicts life in South and North Korea in a lighthearted and humorous manner, and you will undoubtedly fall for the characters. This drama is swoon-worthy in every way, from the loyal military colleagues to the adorable and gentle village women to the totally unexpected second lead romance.


Grid, Disney+’s second original Korean drama, chronicles the police investigation of a supernatural entity that initially appeared in 1997 to rescue humanity, only to reappear 24 years later to assist a serial murderer (played by Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo’s Kim Sung-Kyun) in escaping.  Seo Kang-Joon, Kim Ah-Joong, Kim Mu-Yul, Lee Si-young, and others feature in the series, all of whom are looking for the entity for different reasons.


Thirty-Nine explores the lives and friendships of three long-time high school classmates as they enter their forties, as played by Son Ye-jin, Jeon Mi-do of Hospital Playlist, and Kim Ji-Hyun of Artificial City.  The trio’s journey together as they deal with the changes that come with age, whether in their personal relationships, families, or jobs, will be chronicled in this slice-of-life series.  Yeon Woo-jin, Lee Moo-Saeng, and Lee Tae-hwan will all appear in supporting roles in Thirty-Nine.

Forecasting Love And Weather

Forecasting Love and Weather is a lighthearted romantic drama about people who work at the Korea Meteorological Administration and who break, fall, and get back on their feet on a daily basis.  The plot revolves around Jin Ha-Kyung, who has vowed never to be okay to an office romance after a painful break-up but finds himself in one again, this time with a newbie to the team, Lee Si-woo, who is unusual yet appealing in his own way.  This is one of the most anticipated romantic comedies in the first half of 2022, thanks to a star-studded ensemble that includes Park Min-young and Song Kang.

Love To Hate You

Love to Hate You is about a tumultuous relationship between a lady who despises losing to men and a guy who is paranoid about women, who later uncover life’s solutions behind their opposing traits.  Love to Hate You, starring Kim Ok-bin and Teo Yoo, portrays how love and emotional sensitivity win against greater distrust between the sexes.

The Fabulous

The Fabulous is a very realistic romance that delves into the ambitions, love, and friendships of young people who dedicate their lives to working in the fashion industry business, where fashion is frequently synonymous with passion.

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