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Watch: Han Sung Min and UP10TION’s Kim Woo Seok’s ‘Twenty-Twenty’

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Playlist digital drama Twenty-Twenty realistically told the stories of 20-year-olds who try their best to find their dreams, marking the birth of one impressive “emotional” drama.

In the first and second episodes, the campus life of Chae Da Hee (Han Sung Min), who cannot escape her mother’s boundaries, was depicted. Feeling suffocated under her mother’s control, Chae Dae Hee protested for the first time by attending the after-party, but was humiliated when her mother slapped her in front of Lee Hyun Jin (Kim Woo Suk).

After the incident, Chae Da Hee decided to become “unfamiliar” and break away from her mother’s shadow. As the first step, she attended the festival, which nobody thought she would visit, finally crossing the line drawn for her.

Meantime, the daily life of Lee Hyun Jae, Cha Dae Hee’s high school classmate, also hinted at his hidden story, raising much expectations. He acted quite offensively to his mother and only seemed to be interested in music, making the viewers wonder how he would intertwine with Chae Da Hee.

As such, Twenty-Twenty realistically and emotionally portrays the dream and love of twenty-year-olds who share the realistic problems that they face as they just became adults.

Meanwhile, Twenty-Twenty airs every Wednesday and Saturday on YouTube at 7:00 p.m. KST and will premiere on JTBC at 11:50 p.m. on September 6 KST.

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