“Twenty Five, Twenty One” Star Choi Hyun Wook Spotted At A Club In South Korea — Netizens Have Mixed Reactions

“…I saw him leave with a pretty unnie…”

Choi Hyun Wook gained attention for his role as the lovable Moon Ji Woong in youth K-Drama, Twenty Five, Twenty One. He was loved for his innocence and boyish charm as his character was deeply devoted to Go Yu Rim (played by WJSN‘s Bona).

He was recently spotted in a club in Sinsa-dong in Seoul. The club, Jack Livin’, is known for its hip-hop vibes and music. The person who spotted him claimed that he seemed to be close with the MDs (staff who sell tables) and took many photographs with them. The OP also claimed that he was smoking and left the club with a “big-chested woman with a tattoo“.

Choi Hyun Wook at the club. | Nate Pann

Choi Hyun Wook at the club. | Nate Pann

Wow… I’m so happy I saw Choi Hyun Wook at Jack. I became a fan after Twenty Five, Twenty One so I was surprised. I kept hanging around him and he seemed close with the MDs and took many photos… It was super sexy seeing him smoke. If I come often, will I be able to get close to him? But at the end, I saw him leave with a pretty unnie who was big-chested and had a tattoo. I’m jealous sob. So jealous… I’m fascinated as it’s my first time seeing a celebrity.

— OP

Reactions to this sighting are mixed. While some feel that it’s no issue for an adult to be going to clubs and hanging out, others feel that it is a pity for he was gaining popularity through the drama.

Netizen reactions on Nate Pann. | Nate Pann

  • “But at least by me, he was a rising star. But he’s just going out and about like that…? There must be many people who recognize him because of Twenty Five, Twenty One but looks like he’s not being careful. Image is everything for a celebrity.”
  • “He’s famous for that originally.”
  • “Is OP trying to diss him? LOL so funny.”
  • “So consistent of him…”

Choi Hyun Wook debuted with Taxi Driver and slowly gained fame through roles in Racket Boys and Twenty Five, Twenty One.

Source: TikTok and Nate Pann