15 Best Quotes To Motivate Self For Success From Twenty-Five Twenty-One

Here’s a collection of the best lines about motivating one’s self for success in life and career from the series, Twenty-Five Twenty-One (2022):


“Don’t ever forget how you earned a new opportunity. Whenever you’re having a hard time, remind yourself how difficult it was to start.” – Coach Yang

“I lost in so many matches. I couldn’t let everyday be tragic just because I lost every time. Laughing makes it easier to forget. You have to forget to move on.” – Na Heedo

“In some moments, we’re doing our best but all of that is just a practice.” – Baek Yijin

“You can’t gain a sense of rhythm by mastering a single choreography.” – Coach Yang

“Later on, even if things don’t go your way with fencing, remember this one thing. Your skill doesn’t improve consistently but in steps. Hop. Hop.” – Heedo’s dad

“Doing your best is a given. Don’t just do your best. You have to do well.” – Coach Yang

“I’m going to give my all tomorrow. But you’re not the reason why I’m going to give my all. I’ll give it my all for myself. Because only I know how hard I’ve tried.” – Na Heedo

“It’s not a failure, but a hardship.” – Baek Yijin

“Improve your perspective. That will help you to see yourself objectively.” – Coach Yang

“You have to learn how to be flexible. You can’t live in this world if you only know how to break.” – Seungwan’s mom

“Feeling pressure is also an experience.” – Na Heedo

“You are by far the most experienced fencer when it comes to losing. Those losses were blocks to build yourself stairs leading up. Think about it. Now you’ve got the highest staircase. Take your time to climb it and take whatever you want.” – Baek Yijin

“Your matches will only get more difficult from now on. Why? Because everyone knows your moves. So work hard.” – Coach Yang

“Don’t belittle your achievement.” – Coach Yang

“Sometimes, saying that we can do something can be more discouraging. We haven’t learned about a world in which you don’t have to do well and can fail. Still, let’s do the most we can. Let’s do our best. But I still hope that even if we fail, we’ll be strong enough to get back up again.” – Baek Yijin


Genre: Romantic, Drama, Coming of age
Synopsis: The series depicts the romantic life of five characters from 1998 to 2021. 
No. of episodes: 16
Starring: Kim Tae-ri, Nam Joo-hyuk, Bona and Lee Joo-myung
Written by: Kwon Do-eun
Directed by: Jung Ji-hyun
Original network: tvN, Netflix
Date: February 12 – April 3, 2022

Photos: tvN Drama