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Reply 1988 (also known as Answer Me 1988) tells the story of five families who live on the same road in Seoul in 1988. It explores their relationships as well as the ups and downs of their lives.
February was another fabulous month in dramaland. I enjoyed a variety of shows again, and it paid off. I watched two new dramas, my first completed Japanese drama, and a sageuk. So that’s four dramas this month:
Reply 1988 (also known as Answer Me 1988) has finally released a teaser trailer featuring our whole group of friends! The trailer shows our cast hanging out together while listening to a cassette radio. The music is retro, the fashion is retro, … Continue reading →
Reply 1988 (also known as Answer Me 1988) has released its second teaser trailer, and there’s a bit more to see this time! With a catchy 80’s tune playing in the background, we watch as Hye Ri happily applies a thick layer … Continue reading →
Here is the October edition of “Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching.” This monthly series is meant to keep you updated on what’s happening in the world of Korean dramas so that you don’t miss out on anything! October … Continue reading →
Reply 1988 has released its first teaser trailer. Sadly, there is not much to see. The trailer features a television with the words Reply 1997 (a shout out to the original series), counts down to Reply 1994, and finally to … Continue reading →