Reply 1994 (2013) poster



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Both are set up in college, and deal with the daily lives of a group of friends, both are slice of life about friendship and love.
Recommended by Asma
Same writer, same style, same feels. There's a lot of the elements of looking at the chilhood and growth of the characters. This writer knows how to tell a story man.
Recommended by cvparadise
both stories started on shared encounters of people in a boarding or guest house and friendships and love formed. Both have a great romantic love triangle that was endearing to watch.
Recommended by couchpotato_md
They have the same atmosphere ,and feel somewhat similar ,The biggest difference is that in reply 1994 the isn't any time travel
Recommended by Androided
Seo In Guk is great in both HIGH SCHOOL KING OF SAVVY and REPLY 1994. Both portray: young adults from nontraditional households, where one or both parents are missing and they are supported by a sibling or friend of the family. Both include One sided love, and Romance.
Recommended by kdramasinpajamas
Both dramas tell the story through reminiscing into the characters college days.

Both have nice groups of mostly male friends surrounding a couple of females.

Both have family elements.

Both dramas have piles of delicious food.

I'm calling Lets Eat 3 Reply 2004.
Recommended by Sian
Reply 1994 is the second one of the "reply" serie; so you might like it.
Recommended by Claire88
It's the predecessor to Reply 1994 - it aired first and is, obviously, set in the future but some of the characters from 1994 interconnect with 1997's at a point. It also has the same general feel as 1994.
Recommended by loveappeal
I haven't completed Reply 1994 or Something in the Rain yet, but I feel like both dramas had this element of reality. They both feel so real and yet so simple. They both show us personal details of the characters lives. They just felt so beautifully realistic.
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