Is Reply 1988 back in Netflix?

Is Reply 1988 back in Netflix?

Weekend plans: Binge-watch all 20 episodes. Cheer up, Reply 1988 fans: After it was removed in September, our favorite nostalgic drama is now back on Netflix! Netflix never runs out of Korean content for its growing audience. …

Where can I find Reply 1988?

Currently you are able to watch “Reply 1988” streaming on Netflix, Rakuten Viki or for free with ads on Rakuten Viki.

How many reply Kdramas are there?

Reply (TV series)

No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 57 +3 special (as of January 16, 2016)
Production companies CJ E&M, tvN

Are all the reply series connected?

The stories themselves are all independent of each other so you do not need to watch them in any particular order. That being said, characters from Reply 1997 make a couple of cameo appearances in Reply 1994. If you watch Reply 1994 before Reply 1997, you won’t recognize these cameos.

What is a Reply 1988?

Reply 1988 is the third instalment in the reply series. It takes us on a path of nostalgia from the start to the final second, focusing on family, friends and love. It allows us to revisit our youth, our parents’ youth and all of our first experiences.

Who are the actors in the 1988 Korean series Reply 1988?

Reply 1988 (Korean: 응답하라 1988; RR: Eungdaphara 1988) is a South Korean television series starring Lee Hye-ri, Park Bo-gum, Go Kyung-pyo, Ryu Jun-yeol and Lee Dong-hwi. Set in the year 1988, it revolves around five friends and their families living in the same neighborhood of Ssangmun-dong, Dobong District, Northern Seoul.

What is the rating of TVN’s Reply 1988?

Reply 1988 is the third installment of tvN’s Reply series. It received both critical and audience acclaim with its finale episode recording an 18.8% nationwide audience share, making it the second highest rated drama in Korean cable television history.

What songs are in the soundtrack of Reply 1988?

Like its predecessors, the soundtrack for Reply 1988 also consists of remakes of old songs. 1. 2. “Youth (청춘) (feat. Kim Chang-wan )” (Kim Feel)