Pros and Cons of Ending Twenty-Five Twenty-One

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For some viewers, the ending of the Korean drama Twenty-Five Twenty-One is very realistic. Others called the screenwriter Kwon Do Eun and director Jung Ji Hyun’s decision to make the two main characters very hasty.
Twenty-Five Twenty-One ends in episode 16 . If in the early episodes of this Korean drama we were presented with a lot of nostalgia, the sweetness of first love, and teenage problems, especially Na Hee Do (played by Kim Tae Ri ), then in the last episode everything was like head over heels.

Episodes 15 and 16 of the Korean drama Twenty-Five Twenty-One were reviewed on Podcast ngedrakor! detikcom latest edition. You can listen below:

We were warned from the start that there would be “something big” happening to the characters in this drama when they reached a certain age. Episode 15 shows a series of events that brings us to the end of the story in episode 16, but also leaves a lot of questions. One of them is who Kim Min Chae’s father figure is.

Since Kim Min Chae appeared in episode 1, the audience has been guessing who the father of Na Hee Do’s child is. Of course, everyone hopes that Back Yi Jin (played by Nam Joo Hyuk) will end up being the boy’s father. Throughout this season of the drama, there are many things that are said to be evidence that Min Chae is the son of Hee Do and Yi Jin, but at the same time there are also many irregularities that refute that theory.

Of course, episode 16 also tells the ending of the other characters including Yu Rim (played by WJSN’s Bona) and Ji Woong (played by Choi Hyun Wook), and Seung Wan (played by Lee Joo Myung) who finally meets his soul mate. Unlike Hee Do and Yi Jin, these three characters get a pretty satisfying ending.

But the biggest unanswered question is how will their lives be in 2022? When Hee Do finally comes to terms with his past with Yi Jin, how will his three friends be? Has it been since their last meeting at the funeral, this friendship is no longer as strong as it used to be? Will their busy lives make them never be able to get together again? Or the reason why the adult Hee Do never meets his old friends is because… they’re all dead?

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