Reply 1988

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Reply 1988 is a heartwarming family drama set in the year of 1988. The story will focus on five families live on the same alley road.

1988 was a big year in South Korea. It was the year of the Seoul Olympics, the 1988 College Festival and for the first time in many years, Koreans could travel outside of South Korea. Not only was 1988 a big year in the world of news, education and sports, it was a big year for music in general and K-Pop in particular. In fact, 1988 was the year that Lee Soo Man achieved his dream of giving South Korea a taste of MTV style dance and music through the creation of SM Entertainment. Cho Yong Pil (“Mona Lisa”), Kim Wan Sun (“Too Lonely to Dance Alone”) and Lee Moon Se (“Sunset Glow”) were riding high in the music world. So it’s no surprise that Reply’s third season would focus in on such a monumental year as 1988.

  • Drama: Reply 1988
  • Revised romanization: Eungdabhara 1988
  • Hangul: 응답하라 1988
  • Director: Shin Won-Ho
  • Writer: Lee Woo-Jung
  • Network: tvN
  • Episodes: 20
  • Release Date: November 6, 2015 – January 16, 2016
  • Runtime: Fri & Sat 19:50


In 1988, Duk-Sun (Hyeri), Jung-Hwan (Ryoo Joon-Yeol), Sun-Woo (Ko Gyung-Pyo) and Dong-Ryong (Lee Dong-Hwi) are high school students and Taek (Park Bo-Gum) is a go player. These five people have been friends since they were little kids. They all grew up together and are neighbors to this day. Their families are also very close to each other. They always hang around Taek’s room and spend time together.

Duk-Sun’s family is poor and they live in a semi-basement house. Duk-Sun’s father Dong-Il (Sung Dong-Il) lost money due to guaranteeing someone else’s debt. Nevertheless, Duk-Sun has a bright personality and enjoys singing and dancing. She always gets into fights with her older sister Bo-Ra (Ryoo Hye-Young).

Jung-Hwan’s family became rich overnight. Jung-Hwan is crazy about soccer.

Sun-Woo is a model student at school, good son and good brother at home. Sun-Woo’s mother has raised Sun-Woo and his younger sister alone after Sun-Woo’s father passed away.

Dong-Ryong likes dancing and hanging out with his 4 friends. He gives up going to a university due to his poor academic score.

Taek is a famous go player known as God. Since he dropped out of school, Duk-Sun, Jung-Hwan, Sun-Woo and Dong-Ryong are his only friends.


  1. Reply 1988 takes over tvN’s Fri & Sat 19:50 time slot previously occupied by “Second 20’s” and followed by “Signal” on January 22, 2016.
  2. Related titles:
    1. Reply 1997 | Eungdabhara 1997 (tvN / 2012)
    2. Reply 1994 | Eungdabhara 1994 (tvN / 2013)
    3. Reply 1988 | Eungdabhara 1988 (tvN / 2015)

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Reply 1988

10 thoughts on “Reply 1988

  1. can you reupload the file? i cant download. it doesnt seed or stucked at 23.8%

    1. I’ve just upload new files. You might try with Reply.1988.S01.With.Subtitles.KOREAN.WEBRip.x264-ION10

  2. where can i get english subtitles for the reply 1988 HDTV 720p? All the english subtitles on subscene are not in sync. please help. thanks.

  3. Hi. I realize that alot of scenes in the TVs are blurred. May I know why that is so? I see that they are clear on other versions of the same show, which means that the blurring is not originally there. Thank you.

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