“There was no one to stop me,” the reason why Kim Tae-ri was once reported missing in college

Actress Kim Tae-ri, 33, recalled her college days.

An interview with Kim Tae-ri, who performed enthusiastically as Na Hee-do on tvN’s Twenty-five, Twenty-one,” was released on April 4th. Kim Tae-ri, an alumnus of the Department of Journalism and Communication at Kyung Hee University, looked back on her college days. Kim Tae-ri said at the beginning, “I think I was a really wild one when I was a college student.” When she was in college, a photo of her on top of a huge lion statue drew attention.

Kim Tae-ri

When she was still a freshman, she hang out with everyone in the whole school and played like a wild horse on the loose. “There was no one to stop me. I had a lot of fun playing around,” she confessed. Kim Tae-ri, who said at one time she hung out, drank, and slept at her friend’s house who was living alone, and “My uncle even reported me missing because I didn’t come home.”

Kim Tae-ri

Kim Tae-ri said, “After playing with all my might like that, I fell in love with acting when I joined a theater club in my second year.” She said, “School was nothing important to me at that moment and I almost lived in that theater club.”

Kim Tae-ri

Kim Tae-ri said, “At the end of my 3rd year in college, a smart friend looked at my report card and timetable and said, ‘You can’t graduate with this state.’ If it weren’t for him, I wouldn’t have been able to graduate,” she said, expressing her gratitude. Finally, Kim Tae-ri said, “I had had such brilliant young days.”

Kim Tae-ri

Meanwhile, “Twenty-five, Twenty-one,” starring Kim Tae-ri, ended on April 3rd with a touching echo in everyone’s heart with brilliant moments of youth.

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