Kim Tae Ri and Nam Joo Hyuk’s K-drama “Twenty Five, Twenty One” made it to global Netflix’s Top 10.
The latest tvN rom-com series reaches greater heights ahead of its second half.
‘Twenty Five, Twenty One’ Ranks 8th in Netflix’s Top 10
Based on the latest chart released by analytics company Flix Patrol that provides streaming ratings globally, “Twenty Five, Twenty One” officially enters the daily chart and lands at the eighth spot.
With a total of 131 points, the tvN K-drama is the current most-watched tv show in Indonesia.
Set in 1998 during the IMF crisis in Korea, “Twenty Five, Twenty One” follows the story of Na Hee Do (Kim Tae Ri), whose dream to become a national fencer is shattered after sports clubs are forced to shut down due to the crisis.
With hopes of getting back in sports again, she meets Baek Yi Jin (Nam Joo Hyuk), whose family is struggling finally because of the crisis.
As the drama progresses, viewers witness how their lives change from the late 90s to the present, illustrating the duo’s budding romance.
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Apart from Kim Tae Ri and Nam Joo Hyuk, the “Twenty Five, Twenty One” cast also includes WJSN’s Bona, Lee Joo Myung and “Racket Boys” star Choi Hyun Wook.
With more upcoming episodes and heart-fluttering scenes between Na Hee Do and Baek Yi Jin, it is safe to say that it will possibly secure a spot on Netflix’s daily rankings.
“Twenty Five, Twenty One” episode 7 is scheduled to air on March 5 via tvN and Netflix.
‘Juvenile Justice’ Jumps to 9th Spot
While the latest rom-com series officially entered the global rankings, Kim Hye Soo’s new drama “Juvenile Justice” moved one spot.
To recall, two days after its global premiere, the law-crime series made it at 10th spot.
Interestingly, Flix Patrol’s February 28 showed that “Juvenile Justice” climbs to ninth place with 127 points, a close fight between “Twenty Five, Twenty One.”
Apart from its current rank, the 10-part episode Netflix series reigns in six countries.
Kim Hye Soo’s new drama is the most-watched tv show in Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
There’s no doubt why viewers are so hooked on the law-crime drama.
“Juvenile Justice” not only features the action in the courtroom but the stories between the young offenders and their families.
In the drama, Kim Hye Soo portrays the merciless elite judge Sin Eun Seok, who is known for her dislike of juveniles.
Apparently, she was appointed as the new judge of a juvenile court in the Yeonhwa District. Joining him is her junior Cha Tae Joo (Kim Mu Yeol), who witnesses how brutal Judge Sim can be.
However, despite her cold and distant personality, he can see that she’s only after what is right and giving punishment to offenders.
Helmed by the “Her Private Life” director Hong Jong Chan, “Juvenile Justice” is Kim Hye Soo’s comeback Kdrama after the 2020 hit series “Hyena” with Ju Ji Hoon.
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Written by Geca Wills