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Kim Tae Ri admits that the kiss scene in “Twenty Five Twenty One” is the first time she has a kiss with a male star in six years.

Kim Tae Ri started acting in 2016, but it was not until “Twenty Five, Twenty One” that she had her first on-screen kiss with her male co-star.

Twenty Five, Twenty One” starring Kim Tae Ri and Nam Joo Hyuk, is causing a frenzy all over Asia. Its rating increases continuously after each episode, is the drama with the highest viewership ratings in the Saturday and Sunday time slot in Korea. The scenes revolving around the sweet, funny relationship of the male and female leads Na Hee Do and Back Yi Jin are hot topics of discussion on social networks.

In episode 12, Kim Tae Ri and Nam Joo Hyuk‘s “New Year’s Eve kiss” excited fans. The moment two characters Na Hee Do and Back Yi Jin had their first kiss helped the work achieve a rating of 12.5%.

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Kim Tae Ri had her first kiss with Nam Joo Hyuk. 

Therefore, the topic “Nam Joo Hyuk stole Kim Tae Ri’s first K-Drama kiss” received attention. This is the 31-year-old beauty’s first kiss with her male co-star on the small screen. In the field of dramas, Kim Tae Ri played the main role in Mr. Sunshine (2018), and a cameo in Entourage (2016), but she didn’t have a kiss scene.

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The Insight site said that Kim Tae Ri‘s last screen kiss appeared in two movies, The Handmaiden and Moon Young, but both with female co-stars. And it was not until Twenty Five, Twenty One, that she had a kiss scene with a male colleague. So Kim Tae Ri‘s fans are very excited.

Kim Tae Ri was born in 1990. At the age of 26, she had her first lead role in the 19+ movie The Handmaiden. At the age of 32, she has only 7 works. Although she does not own many works, her projects all became box office crazes.

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Kim Tae Ri‘s latest project is “Twenty Five, Twenty One”. This is also the second TV series in the actress’s career. In the drama, she plays the role of a schoolgirl who is passionate about fencing, Na Hee Do.

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