Reply 1994? Is this fake?
If they made a sequel i thought they would go in the future
no. there were articles on it back in april
Fans of 'Reply 1997' will be able to see the cast again in the second season, 'Reply 1994'!
According to a broadcast representative, the cast of the tvN drama 'Reply 1997' will be making cameo appearances in the second season! Seo In Guk, Eunji, Shin So Yul, Eun Ji Won, Lee Si Un, and Hoya were all requested to cameo on the second season.
The representative revealed, "They haven't decided on the role or a specific time, but they will be paying back the viewers who showed them love in the 1st season with their cameos." Sung Dong Il and Lee Il Hwa, who played the parents in the first season, will also be appearing in the 2nd season.
The second season will start airing in September!
Interestingly, the second “season” won’t be picking up after the end of the first, which took us from 1997 to 2005 to 2012, but will instead jump backward: We’ll all be clamoring,Answer Me, 1994 instead.
The Season 2 plans are just talk right now with nothing concrete, though chances are reportedly “high.” Talk that with a grain of salt, though I don’t see why a second series would be a bad idea. Great premise, great producers, and a love of nostalgia make it an attractive proposition.
Why 1994? Admittedly that’s a year that speaks to me less than 1997, but I suppose us Gen-Y-ers already got our show and our chance to relive our adolescence. Now it’s time for PD Shin Won-ho to dig into his own youth, with 1994 being the year he entered university (Seoul National University, in fact, where he studied chemical engineering. Funny how life takes a turn, isn’t it?).
This also gives us a slightly different pop-cultural landscape to refer to: instead of a soundtrack peppered with H.O.T and DJ DOC, will we get Seo Taiji and Kim Gun-mo and Lee Seung-chul? Actually, I could get really excited about that. And rather than the characters glued to the TV to catch the Cinderella drama Star in My Heart, they can drool over Jang Dong-gun with the basketball hit The Last Match, or Lee Jung-jae in campus rom-comFeelings. Or Sohn Ji-chang in both of them.