Another awesome series from Netflix. D.P., a 6 episode series starring Jung Hae In as Ahn Jun Ho, a soldier who is quite and calm person. He tries to avoid fighting with other soldier. One day Seargent Park Boem Gu (Kim Sung Kyun) assigned him to DP (Deserter Pursuit) team. The mission of the team is to catch deserter (read: a member of the armed forces who deserts; a member of a military force who abandons service without leave). He then meets Corporal Han Ho Yeol (Koo Kyo Hwan). Seargent Park looks cold but he really takes care of DP team.

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Reply 1988


Before writing this, I have already watched twice. Because it’s so warm and touching we can bingewatch many times. One of the best drama in K-drama history. With the background of Seoul in 1988, this drama for me succesfully caught viewers heart. The rating was really good for cable tv drama. And it’s viral. Congrats to Director Shin Won Ho and Writer Lee Woo Jung, proven as the good director and writer!

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Reply 1994

Reply 1994

I finally mustered my courage to watch the finale episode after sorely disappointed about the ending I heard from a friend. I cried because I expect Najung would end up with Chilbongie. When the episode 21 (finale) was finally out, I didnt want to watch it. I was afraid I would be so sad. Yes, This is obvious because I am Chilbong Team (It aint over till it’s over). Yoo Yun Suk really acts very well in the drama plays as Chilbong. He makes me melted with his smile and makes my heart hurts when I see his sad and crying face.

But as one of the viewers I really enjoy the show. Really-really enjoy the show. The writer knows how to move our hearts. Cinematography, colors, setting are all cool. It’s similar to Reply 1997, as they have same theme, same writer and director.

Indeed from the beginning till the episode 20 episode 21, I love the drama. The characters are so real. The friendship is so pure. It reminds me when I came from the small town to the capital city to study in the uni, made friends and grew together. Even after 2013 they are still best friends and support each others. Yes, beside there is a love triangle between Na Jung, Trash Oppa, and Chilbongie. 

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Many scenes in the drama also show what’s booming in the 90’s. Related news, social issues, sports stars, Idols, even we can also see the improvement of technology, from using Pager until using Cellular Phone. Even after the ending, I try to be neutral, I still love the drama. I can say this is one of the best K-drama in 2013, beside The Master’s Sun and I Hear Your Voice.

All the cast I think really show outstanding performance in the drama. They are really into the characters. Applause. Also for the Director :) Anyway, Many good songs from the OST. The three boys, Jung Woo, Yoo Yun Suk, and Son Ho Joon also participate form the OST. They sing very well though. And there is also the cover song from Dia, is also the best.

I think, this is the last drama review from me in 2013. And I learned a lot, Never be too attached into a drama and the characters, you’ll get hurt so much. Just like me and my friends. Aaaaa. Chilbongie, We love you! Chilbong All The Way :D Reply 1994 daebak.

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My best, Chilbong all the way. The character I love the most.

chilbongie 2

Chilbong and Na Jung

Najung - Trash Oppa

Trash Oppa and Na Jung

Score: 9 out of 10 || Watch on VIKI | netflix | VIU

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