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Seo Jae Hee confirmed to act as Kim Tae Ri’s mother in “Twenty-Five Twenty-One”

Seo Jae Hee will be included in the cast lineup of the soon-to-air drama “Twenty-Five Twenty-One.”

Several media reports shared on January 7th that Seo Jae Hee will be part of the tvN drama “Twenty-Five Twenty-One.”

Seo Jae Hee’s agency confirmed the reports and also stated that the actress will be active in several works this year. 

The actress will be working with other casts such as Nam Joo Hyuk, Kim Tae Ri, WJSN Bona, Choi Hyun Wook, Lee Joo Myung, Kim Young Sun, and more. 

“Twenty-Five Twenty-One” will be the next collaboration work of director Jung Ji Hyun and writer Kwon Do Eun who also worked for the series  “Search WWW.”

The upcoming Saturday-Sunday drama will tell the stories of youth who had lost their dreams but eventually found a new direction. The drama is set in 1998. It will showcase the friendship and romance of a man and a woman who first met when they were 22 and 18 years old and later turned 25 and 21 years old. 

Seo Jae Hee will live as Shin Jae Kyung in the upcoming drama. She’s a main anchor of the 9 o’clock news. She is the mother of Kim Tae Ri’s character, Na Hee Do. She puts her career above everything, including her daughter,

“Twenty-Five Twenty-One” will premiere on February 12. It will be the drama that will replace “Bulgasal: Immortal Souls” timeslot. 

Seo Jae Hee is currently starring in the drama “Artificial City” with Park Soo Ae, Kim Kang Woo, Kim Mi Sook, Lee Yi Dam, Lee Hak Joo, and Kim Young Jae. She will also join the upcoming JTBC drama “The Youngest Son of a Conglomerate.” 

The actress only made her debut in 2020 through the drama “Run On.” She also appeared in dramas such as “Nevertheless,” “You Are My Spring,” and “One Ordinary Day.” 

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