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Centered around the excitement of the 1988 Seoul Olympics, a group of teenagers witness South Korea come of age as it is catapulted into the international spotlight. Set to a soundtrack of pop hits that define the time this hopeful group of teenagers quickly discover a whole new world outside of their humble neighborhood alleyway.

Reply 1988 is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on January 23, 2015.

Where do I stream Reply 1988 online? Reply 1988 is available for streaming on TVN, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Reply 1988 on demand at Netflix online.

1 Season, 20 Episodes
January 23, 2015
Comedy, Kids & Family, Mini-Series, Romance
Cast: Hyeri Lee, Go Kyung-Pyo, Jun-Yeol Ryu, Park Bo-Gum
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Reply 1988 Full Episode Guide

  • While Sun-woo and Bo-ra set out to change their parents' minds about their relationship, juicy gossip about Taek turns up on the news.

  • During a layover in Beijing, Deok-sun makes sure to stop by to take care of Taek. Jung-hwan puts together a touching surprise for Mi-ran.

  • It's 1994, and the friends are back in town for Taek's birthday. Deok-sun gets stood up for a concert, and Bo-ra agrees to a blind date.

  • As Deok-sun and the boys ponder their futures, the parents discuss their own bygone dreams. Meanwhile, Taek dreams of something sweeter.

  • When a TV singing competition rolls into town, Mi-ran and Dong-ryong are eager to audition. Bo-ra moves out to study for the bar exam.

  • Deok-sun faces a harsh reality check about getting into college. Dong-ryong ends up at the police station. Seong-gyun takes a bad fall.

  • Sun-woo doesn't like that Sun-young and Moo-sung have grown so close. Deok-sun gifts Jung-hwan a pink shirt for his birthday.

  • Il-hwa gets anxious about a lump on her chest before a physical at the hospital. Taek leaves for a big competition in Tokyo.

  • Secrets abound as Sun-young keeps news about her part-time job from Sun-woo, who sneaks around with Bo-ra. Moo-sung babysits.

  • The moms see a fortuneteller. Jung-hwan grapples with complicated feelings, made worse when Deok-sun and her family temporarily move into his house.

  • Everyone piles into Bo-ra's car to fetch Dong-ryong after he runs away from home on his birthday. Deok-sun and Taek take a detour on the way back.

  • The new year comes with money trouble for Sun-young and a health scare for Moo-sung. Deok-sun gets a glimpse of Taek's life in the spotlight.

  • While the Kim family braces for Jung-bong's heart surgery, Bo-ra runs into relationship trouble, and Deok-sun meets No-eul's girlfriend.

  • Taek shoulders heavy pressure as he heads to China for a tournament. Deok-sun writes about experiencing first love, which Jung-hwan happens to read.

  • Bo-ra's participation in risky student protests upsets Dong-il. Sun-young wants to show her mother she's doing all right, even when she isn't.

  • Deok-sun declares she wants to get into college, Seong-gyun nurses hurt feelings, and Taek deals poorly with losing.

  • Despite her disastrous dance skills, Deok-sun is determined to win a cassette player at a talent show being held during her school retreat.

  • Choi Taek's latest win calls for a neighborhood celebration. Deok-sun and Dong-il grieve for their loved one's passing in different ways.

  • In 1988 Seoul, Deok-sun spends her days hanging out with childhood friends and practicing her role in the upcoming Olympics opening ceremony.