HomeLatestThe Ending Of ‘Twenty-Five, Twenty-One’ Reaps The Pros And Cons, Lee Ju Myoung Gives A Response Like This

The Ending Of ‘Twenty-Five, Twenty-One’ Reaps The Pros And Cons, Lee Ju Myoung Gives A Response Like This

The Ending Of ‘Twenty-Five, Twenty-One’ Reaps The Pros And Cons, Lee Ju Myoung Gives A Response Like This

During An Interview Recently, Lee Ju Myoung Also Commented On The Ending ‘Twenty-Five, Twenty-One’ Which Reaped The Pros And Cons. Check Out The Full Narrative Below.

Recently Lee Ju Myoung participated in an interview to discuss the ending of the drama ” Twenty-Five, Twenty-One “. On this occasion, he also commented on the end of the romance of Na Hee Do ( Kim Tae Ri ) and Baek Yi Jin ( Nam Joo Hyuk ).

As is known, Na Hee Do and Baek Yi Jin finally decided to separate after undergoing a passionate first love. The end had sparked protests from a number of fans who hoped they could have a happy ending .

However, Lee Ju Myoung had different thoughts. He said he was satisfied with the ending because it was very realistic. He said, “Viewers’ opinions are divided. When I received the script, I really liked the ending because it was realistic.”

He continued, “I said I was impressed by the conversation scene between Hee Do and Yi Jin in episode 16. But I liked it more because it was so realistic. Of course, there are many people who think that it would be better if the drama had a different or happy ending. “

“I think the writer left the door open for the ending. I cried a lot when considering the drama as a story about the love and freshness of our youth, because this is an adult drama rather than trying to match the ending like that,” he said.

He added, “I also asked other actors. I suddenly burst into tears while reading the script in the middle of filming and they asked me, ‘Are you crying?’.”

“I’m a realist, so I just thought, ‘Have I ever had an experience like that?’. I think the story is realistic. For me, it’s a good ending,” concluded the actor Ji Seung Wan.

Meanwhile, “Twenty-Five, Twenty-One” closed its journey with a national rating of 11.5 percent. This is the highest rating he has obtained since it premiered on February 12.

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