Reply 1988

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Reply 1988
TVN's Reply 1988 (응답하라 1988) poster.jpg
Promotional
Hangul응답하라 1988
Hanja應答하라 1988
GenreFamily
Comedy
Romance
Written byLee Woo-jung
Directed byShin Won-ho
StarringLee Hye-ri
Park Bo-gum
Go Kyung-pyo
Ryu Jun-yeol
Lee Dong-hwi
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of episodes20 special
Production
Running time90–110 minutes
Production companyCJ E&M
Release
Original networktvN
Original releaseNovember 6, 2015 (2015-11-06) –
January 16, 2016 (2016-01-16)
Chronology
Preceded byReply 1994
External links
Website

Reply 1988 (Korean응답하라 1988; Hanja應答하라 1988; RREungdaphara 1988) is a South Korean television series starring Lee Hye-ri, Park Bo-gum, Go Kyung-pyo, Ryu Jun-yeol and Lee Dong-hwi.[1][2][3] Beginning in the year 1988, it revolves around five friends and their families living in the same neighborhood of Ssangmun-dong, Dobong District, Northern Seoul.[4] It aired every Friday and Saturday from November 6, 2015, to January 16, 2016, on tvN for 20 episodes.[5][6]

Reply 1988 is the third installment of tvN's Reply series.[7] It received both critical and audience acclaim with its finale episode recording an 18.8% nationwide audience share, making it the fourth highest rated drama in Korean cable television history.[8][9]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

The middle child of her family, she is infamously ranked 999th in school and is the only girl in their group of five neighborhood friends. Though not academically gifted, Duk-seon has a bright and compassionate personality. She cares deeply for her friends and classmates, but feels lost without a "dream" to pursue. Duk-seon moves through the stages of her youth alongside her male friends, and the mystery of which of them she eventually marries is a continual point of tension for viewers throughout the series.
An internationally renowned genius Baduk player, Taek is the quietest of his neighborhood friends. Taek dominates on the Baduk board but struggles with simple every-day tasks. His Baduk success has brought money and fame but has left Taek distant from his age group, and so he relies on his neighborhood friends for companionship, grounding, and a connection to youth. Taek is generous to a fault and hesitant to make a fuss, but that hesitancy disappears in competition. However, when he realizes that the person he cares for has another admirer, he has to weigh romance against friendship.
A class president, caring brother, and dependable son to his widowed mother, Sun-woo is an ideal young man. He is devoted to his friends and dotes on his younger sister. Sun-woo harbors a secret crush on a neighborhood friend that lingers into adulthood.
Stoic and sarcastic, but with a secretly sweet heart, Jung-hwan (called Jung-pal by his friends) is one of the leaders of the neighborhood group. Jung-hwan is handsome, smart, and athletic, often taking on extra feelings of responsibility to fulfill the dreams of his older brother Jung-bong, who has a chronic heart condition. While Jung-hwan doesn't often share his emotions with others, he feels things deeply and uses his sarcasm and attitude as a shield. He develops feelings for a neighborhood friend early, but is reluctant to admit his crush, even as the right timing slips away.
The neighborhood clown, Dong-ryong loves to sing, dance, and play jokes on his friends. Like Duk-seon, Dong-ryong is not a natural academic, but his thoughtful insight and surprising wisdom serve him and his friends well. As the son of two working parents surrounded by tight-knit families, Dong-ryong sometimes feels neglected by his parents and makes up for their absence by acting out. His nosy nature means that he ends up knowing many of the neighborhood's secrets before anyone else.

Recurring[edit]

Sung family
  • Sung Dong-il as Sung Dong-il (Duk-seon's father)
    • A fraud and security specialist at a bank, Dong-il fell into debt after lending money to a friend who never paid it back. He struggles to provide for his family as he wants to while paying off the debt, but does his best to give everything he can to his children. He and his wife, Il-hwa, argue but love each other very deeply.
  • Lee Il-hwa as Lee Il-hwa (Duk-seon's mother)
    • Il-hwa is a kind woman who spends much of her time with the other moms and caring for her family. She worries about her children and husband and shows much of her care by cooking massive quantities of food to share with her family and the neighborhood.
  • Ryu Hye-young as Sung Bo-ra (Duk-seon's older sister).
    • Bo-ra is a tough as nails college student who wants to become a lawyer. While outwardly stoic, she has a warm heart and shows compassion to those who need it most. Where Duk-seon struggles academically but excels at interpersonal relationships, Bo-ra is a stellar student who stumbles in social and emotional situations. She carries on a secret relationship with another person in the neighborhood.
  • Choi Sung-won as Sung No-eul (Duk-seon's younger brother)
    • Dong-il's assistant in his schemes, No-eul is a kindhearted young teen with a beautiful singing voice and a poetic, dreamer's mind. Too bad he looks like he's about 37 years old.
Kim family
  • Kim Sung-kyun as Kim Sung-kyun (Jung-hwan's father)
    • Sung-kyun is a kind and humorous man who runs an electronics store. He loves to joke and play with the neighborhood kids, and generally keeps an air of joviality among the adults. He adores his wife, Mi-ran, and hopes for good futures for his sons.
  • Ra Mi-ran as Ra Mi-ran (Jung-hwan's mother)
    • A tough lady with a strong past, Mi-ran is the indisputable empress of the Kim household. Worried about Jung-bong since his childhood diagnosis with a chronic heart condition and annoyed with his constant academic failures punctuated by collecting obsessions, Mi-ran can sometimes come off as short-tempered. This short temper is really an expression of her anxiety and love for her children and family.
  • Ahn Jae-hong as Kim Jung-bong (Jung-hwan's older brother)
    • A student who failed his college entrance exam 6 times, Jung-bong has a chronic heart condition that made his childhood difficult. He has a sometimes childlike personality and is easily distracted. Nevertheless, Jung-bong is kind, thoughtful, compassionate, and easy to like. He happily cares for the neighborhood kids including Jin-joo, Sun-woo's little sister. He is a surprisingly poetic romantic.
Sun-woo family
  • Kim Sun-young as Kim Sun-young (Sun-woo's mother)
    • A kind young widow, Sun-young dotes on her children as much as possible, probably to try to make up for their father's absence. She struggles with her mother-in-law and does her best to keep the family afloat. With a sunny personality and an upbeat disposition, she is always looking for the best side of any situation and can make even the most bear-like person laugh.
  • Kim Seol as Sung Jin-joo (Sun-woo's little sister)
    • A precocious toddler in 1988, one can assume Jin-joo was born somewhere between 1983 and 1984. Doted on by everyone in the neighborhood, Jin-joo is adored by all of the adults and teens alike. She loves her older brother but is a bit more reserved with others.
Neighborhood residents
  • Choi Moo-sung as Choi Moo-sung, also called "Bonghwangdang."
    • Taek's father and the owner of a watch store at the entrance to the alley. Moo-sung moved to the neighborhood at the behest of Sun-young, whom he has known since childhood, after the death of Taek's mother. He was adopted into the neighborhood family as he raised Taek alone. Quiet and reserved, Moo-sung's unassuming exterior conceals hidden depths of emotion and compassion for his son, his friends, and the neighborhood as a whole.
  • Yoo Jae-myung as Ryu Jae-myung (Dong-ryong's father)
    • A dean at the boy's high school, Jae-myung once harbored dreams of being a dancer. Now focused on shaping the men of the future, he does his best to keep his son in check while still enjoying his life.

Extended[edit]

  • Lee Min-ji as Jang Mi-ok (Duk Seon's friend)
    • A wealthy student with a shadowy father. A good friend to Duk-seon and Ja-hyun, she is practical and excitable.
  • Lee Se-young as Wang Ja-hyun (Duk Seon's friend)
    • A constant friend to Duk-seon and Mi-ok, Ja-hyun is focused on boys and becoming a hairstylist.
  • Lee Mi-yeon as adult Sung Duk-seon
  • Kim Joo-hyuk as adult Choi Taek
  • Jeon Mi-seon as adult Sung Bo-ra
  • Woo Hyun as adult Sung No-eul
  • Lee Chung-mi as Nam Goong Neul-bo
  • Lee Jin-kwon as Bad student
  • Seo Cho-won as Supporting
  • Park Ah-sung as Student
  • Song Young Kyu as Sun-young's older brother
  • Yong Young-jae as director of Korea Baduk Association
  • Bae Yoo-ram

Special appearances[edit]

Production[edit]

Leads Hyeri and Park Bo-gum in costume at a fan-signing event for the series, February 2016

Reply 1988 marked the third collaboration between director Shin Won-ho, screenwriter Lee Woo-jung and actors Sung Dong-il and Lee Il-hwa after Reply 1997 (2012) and Reply 1994 (2013). Kim Sung-kyun, who co-starred in 1994 also joined the cast. The first script-reading was held in August 2015.[12] Choi Taek, played by Park Bo-gum, was loosely based on the real-life Go player, Lee Chang-ho.[13]

Unlike the previous Reply series, 1988 focused more on filial bond than romance between characters with director Shin saying that most of the story was about family, and only a small fraction was about Duk-seon's love.[14]

Original soundtrack[edit]

Like its predecessors, the soundtrack for Reply 1988 also consists of remakes of old songs.

Part 1[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."Youth (청춘) (Rock Ver.)" (Kim Feel)Kim Chang-wanKim Chang-wanSanulrim4:27
2."Youth (청춘) (feat. Kim Chang-wan)" (Kim Feel)Kim Chang-wanKim Chang-wanSanulrim3:40

Part 2[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."Don't Worry Dear (걱정말아요 그대)" (Lee Juck)Jeon In-gwonJeon In-gwonJeon In-gwon3:51

Part 3[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."A Little Girl (소녀)" (Oh Hyuk)Lee Young-hoonLee Young-hoonLee Moon-sae3:33

Part 4[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."Hyehwa-dong (or Ssangmun-dong) (혜화동 (혹은 쌍문동))" (Park Bo-ram)Kim Chang-kiKim Chang-kiZoo4:22

Part 5[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."All I Have to Give You Is Love (네게 줄 수 있는건 오직 사랑뿐)" (December)Ji Geun-sikJi Geun-sikByun Jin Sub3:31

Part 6[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."Violet Fragrance (보라빛향기)" (Wable)Kang SusieYoon SangKang Susie3:44

Part 7[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."Together (함께)" (Noel)Do Yoon-kyungPark Kwang-hyunPark Kwang-hyun4:33

Part 8[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."Everyday With You (매일 그대와)" (Sojin (Girl's Day))Choi Sung-wonChoi Sung-wonDeulgukhwa3:16

Part 9[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."As Time Goes By (세월이 가면)" (Kihyun)Choi Myung-subChoi Gwi-subChoi Ho-sub3:49

Part 10[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."Let's Forget It (이젠 잊기로 해요 )" (Yeo-eun (Melody Day))Lee Jang-heeLee Jang-heeKim Wan-sun3:58

Part 11[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicOriginal SingerLength
1."기억날 그날이 와도" (NC.A)Oh Tae-hoOh Tae-hoHong Song-min3:45

Ratings[edit]

In this table, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

Ep. Original broadcast date Title Average audience share
AGB Nielsen[15] TNmS[16]
Nationwide Seoul Nationwide
1 November 6, 2015 Hand in Hand 6.118% [17] 6.509% [18] 6.5%
2 November 7, 2015 The One Thing You're Mistaken About Me 6.600%[19] 7.600%[20] 6.7%
3 November 13, 2015 Not Guilty If You're Rich, Guilty If You're Poor 7.777%[21] 8.697%[22] 8.6%
4 November 14, 2015 Can't help ~ing 7.800%[23] 8.600%[24] 8.0%
5 November 20, 2015 Ready for Winter 10.145%[25] 10.282%[26] 9.6%
6 November 21, 2015 The First Snow Is Coming 8.900%[27] 9.800%[28] 8.8%
7 November 27, 2015 To You 10.200%[29] 11.200%[30] 10.2%
8 November 28, 2015 One Warm Word 10.900%[31] 11.100%[32] 10.7%
9 December 4, 2015 Crossing The Line 11.563%[33] 11.861%[34] 10.2%
10 December 5, 2015 Memory 13.365%[35] 13.793%[36] 12.5%
11 December 11, 2015 Three Different Prophecies 12.228%[37] 11.772%[38] 12.3%
12 December 12, 2015 Loving Someone Means 13.060%[39] 13.046%[40] 11.8%
13 December 18, 2015 Superman Has Returned 12.858%[41] 13.277%[42] 12.2%
14 December 19, 2015 Don't Worry, Dear 15.133%[43] 16.082%[44] 13.2%
15 December 25, 2015 Between Love and Friendship 15.192%[45] 16.834%[46] 13.6%
16 December 26, 2015 Life is Ironic – 1 15.372%[47] 15.771%[48] 12.6%
17 January 8, 2016 Life is Ironic – 2 15.472%[49] 16.005%[50] 15.5%
18 January 9, 2016 Goodbye, My First Love 17.191%[51] 18.615%[52] 16.2%
19 January 15, 2016 You Did Your Best 17.597%[53] 19.368%[54] 17.9%
20 January 16, 2016 Goodbye, Youth
Goodbye, Ssangmun-dong
18.803%[55] 19.421%[56] 18.4%
Average 12.314% 12.982% 11.775%
0 October 30, 2015 Guide 2.996%
Special January 2, 2016 Behind 7.021% 6.7%
  • This drama airs on a cable channel/pay TV which normally has a relatively smaller audience compared to free-to-air TV/public broadcasters (KBS, SBS, MBC and EBS).
  • The series set a record by receiving over 200 million cumulative views within a month of its official online premiere in China.[57]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref.
2016
16th Top Chinese Music Awards
Best International Artist Park Bo-gum Won
52nd Baeksang Arts Awards
Best Drama Reply 1988 Nominated
Best Director Shin Won-ho Won
Best Actress Ra Mi-ran Nominated
Best New Actor Ryu Jun-yeol Won
Ahn Jae-hong Nominated
Lee Dong-hwi Nominated
Best New Actress Ryu Hye-young Nominated
Lee Hye-ri Nominated
Best Screenplay Lee Woo-jung Nominated
4th Annual DramaFever Awards
Best Rising Star Park Bo-gum Won [58]
Best Kiss Park Bo-gum & Lee Hye-ri Won
11th Seoul International Drama Awards
Best Miniseries Reply 1988 Nominated
5th APAN Star Awards
Best Director Shin Won-ho Won [59]
Best Supporting Actor Choi Moo-sung Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Kim Sun-young Nominated
Best New Actor Park Bo-gum Won
Best New Actress Lee Hye-ri Won
9th Korea Drama Awards
Top Excellence Award, Actor Park Bo-gum Nominated
Best New Actor Ahn Jae-hong Nominated
Lee Dong-hwi Nominated
Best New Actress Lee Hye-ri Nominated
Best Original Soundtrack Lee Juck ("Don't Worry Dear") Nominated
tvN10 Awards
Grand Prize (Daesang), Drama Reply 1988 Won [60]
Best Content Award, Drama Won
Best Actor Sung Dong-il Nominated
Special Acting Award Won
Asia Star Award Park Bo-gum Won
Rising Star Award, Actor Ryu Jun-yeol Won
Rising Star Award, Actress Lee Hye-ri Won
Scene-Stealer, Actor Kim Sung-kyun Won
Lee Dong-hwi Nominated
Scene-Stealer, Actress Ra Mi-ran Won
Kim Sun-young Nominated
Lee Il-hwa Nominated
Ryu Hye-young Nominated
Made in tvN, Actor in Drama Park Bo-gum Nominated
Ryu Jun-yeol Nominated
Made in tvN, Actress in Drama Lee Hye-ri Nominated
Two Star Award Go Kyung-pyo Nominated
Best Kiss Park Bo-gum & Lee Hye-ri Nominated
8th Melon Music Awards
Best OST Oh Hyuk ("A Little Girl") Nominated
18th Mnet Asian Music Awards
Lee Juck ("Don't Worry Dear") Won [61]
1st Asia Artist Awards
Best Rookie Award, Actor Ryu Jun-yeol Won
Asia Star Award, Actor Park Bo-gum Won [62]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kwon, Ji-youn (November 16, 2015). "'Reply 1988' draws big response". The Korea Times. Retrieved December 8, 2015.
  2. ^ Kim, Jae-heun (November 9, 2015). "Will Reply 1988 inherit success of its previous seasons?". The Korea Times. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  3. ^ Jin, Min-ji (May 19, 2015). "Cast confirmed for next Reply drama". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved November 9, 2015.
  4. ^ "Reply 1988 ready to captivate viewers". The Korea Times. September 23, 2015. Retrieved September 30, 2015.
  5. ^ Won, Ho-jung (November 8, 2015). "Creators lower expectations for Reply 1988". The Korea Herald. Retrieved December 8, 2015.
  6. ^ "Reply 1988 Producer Says "Mystery Husband" Theme Will Return". News Nate. November 5, 2015. Retrieved November 5, 2015.
  7. ^ "The Power of Pop Culture in "Reply 1988"". The New Yorker.
  8. ^ "Reply 1988 Writes Cable Television History". Stoo Asaie.
  9. ^ "January 16, 2016 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 18.803%
  10. ^ "Hyeri & Park Bo-gum Cast in "Reply 1988"". Segye.
  11. ^ ""Reply 1988" Finalizes its Cbast with Hyeri & Park Bo-gum ★ Ryu Hye-young & Go Kyung-pyo". The Fact.
  12. ^ ""Reply 1988" Reveals Stills from First Script Reading". Naver.
  13. ^ "이창호 "어릴 적 친구 없었는데, 최택은 많아 부러웠다" [출처: 중앙일보] 이창호 "어릴 적 친구 없었는데, 최택은 많아 부러웠다"". JoonGang.
  14. ^ "'응팔' 신원호 PD, 류준열 분량 실종에 입 열다 "외압 없다"". Nate.
  15. ^ "Nielsen Korea". AGB Nielsen Media Research (in Korean). Retrieved November 7, 2015.
  16. ^ "TNMS 홈페이지에 오신 것을 환영합니다". www.tnms.tv. Archived from the original on April 11, 2016. Retrieved January 16, 2016.
  17. ^ "November 6, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 2nd (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 6.118%
  18. ^ "November 6, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 2nd (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 6.509%
  19. ^ "November 7, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 6.600%
  20. ^ "November 7, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 7.600%
  21. ^ "November 13, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 2nd (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 7.777%
  22. ^ "November 13, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 2nd (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 8.697%
  23. ^ "November 14, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 7.800%
  24. ^ "November 14, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 8.600%
  25. ^ "November 20, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 2nd (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 10.145%
  26. ^ "November 20, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 2nd (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 10.282%
  27. ^ "November 21, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 8.900%
  28. ^ "November 21, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 9.800%
  29. ^ "November 27, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 2nd (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 10.200%
  30. ^ "November 27, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 2nd (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 11.200%
  31. ^ "November 28, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 10.900%
  32. ^ "November 28, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 11.100%
  33. ^ "December 4, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 2nd (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 11.563%
  34. ^ "December 4, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 2nd (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 11.861%
  35. ^ "December 5, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 13.365%
  36. ^ "December 5, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 13.793%
  37. ^ "December 11, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 12.228%
  38. ^ "December 11, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 11.772%
  39. ^ "December 12, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 13.060%
  40. ^ "December 12, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 13.046%
  41. ^ "December 18, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 12.858%
  42. ^ "December 18, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 13.277%
  43. ^ "December 19, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 15.133%
  44. ^ "December 19, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 16.082%
  45. ^ "December 25, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 15.192%
  46. ^ "December 25, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 16.834%
  47. ^ "December 26, 2015 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 15.372%
  48. ^ "December 26, 2015 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 15.771%
  49. ^ "January 8, 2016 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 15.472%
  50. ^ "January 8, 2016 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 16.005%
  51. ^ "January 9, 2016 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 17.191%
  52. ^ "January 9, 2016 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 18.615%
  53. ^ "January 15, 2016 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 17.597%
  54. ^ "January 15, 2016 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 19.368%
  55. ^ "January 16, 2016 Nationwide Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 18.803%
  56. ^ "January 16, 2016 Seoul Cable Ratings". Nielsen Korea. 1st (tvN) 응답하라1988<본> 19.421%
  57. ^ "K-drama 'Reply 1988' sweeps 200 million views in China". Yonhap News Agency. Retrieved November 25, 2016.
  58. ^ "2016 한류팬이 뽑은 최고의 배우는 지성-박보영". Yonhap News.
  59. ^ "APAN Star Awards". Daum.
  60. ^ "tvN10 Awards Honor The Best Variety Shows And Dramas Of The Past 10 Years". Naver.
  61. ^ "[2016MAMA] 이적, '응팔-걱정말아요그대' 베스트OST 수상 (feat.권혁수)". Naver.
  62. ^ "Park Bo-gum wins Asia Star Award for "Reply" and "Moonlight"". OSEN.

External links[edit]