“Twenty-five Twenty-one” Na Hee-do (Kim Tae-ri) won the gold medal at the Asian Games, Ko Yu-rim (Bona) disapproved of the referee’s judgment

In the recent broadcast of “Twenty-five Twenty-one”, Na Hee-do beat her rival Ko Yu-rim to become the gold medalist in women’s fencing at the Asian Games.

In the newest episode of tvN’s Saturday-Sunday drama “Twenty-five Twenty-one” aired on the evening of March 5th, Na Hee-do (Kim Tae-ri) and Ko Yu-rim (Bona) faced off in the final of women’s fencing at the Asian Games held in Gyeongju.

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After a fierce battle, Na Hee-do made history by winning the gold medal. Na Hee-do roared in happiness, and Baek Yi-jin (Nam Joo-hyuk) smiled at her. However, Ko Yu-rim protested against the referee’s judgment as she couldn’t accept the result.

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In the interview after the match, Na Hee-do expressed her feelings, “I’m really happy. This is the moment I have always dreamed of”. When asked who she missed the most, she immediately replied, “My dad”. Receiving the question asking about the hardest moment to her, Na Hee-do looked at Ko Yu-rim, who is crying, and said, “Now”.


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