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Youths Over Flowers in Africa: Episode 3

girlfriday: After rolling down the sand dunes at sunrise, the boys head back to camp for breakfast, and everyone turns to Chef Jae-hong for today’s menu. He says they’ll have curry… with baguette? Okay.

javabeans: In the car, Jae-hong starts to say, “Of the Youths Over Flowers series…” and Bo-gum finishes, “They say we’re the youngest.” Jae-hong has a mini-freakout over how Bo-gum read his mind when he could have said a number of things, and then he and Joon-yeol say in unison, “Like we came the farthest.” They have another mini-freakout at their telepathy.

girlfriday: Back at base camp, Joon-yeol takes over the camera so that the crew can sleep, and he films a cooking segment with Jae-hong and his assistant Bo-gum, who just stands by with a smile and answers everything, “Yes, Chep!”

javabeans: In a quick flashback to the plane, we see Joon-yeol asking a flight attendant if he can keep the silverware after the meal, and the guy tells him okay, promising to look the other way. It reminds me of the other Youths trip where they stole sauce packets from the plane to hoard for later. I’m pretty sure that’s what gave them the idea.

girlfriday: The plane hoarding is becoming a regular thing. I’m amazed they even thought to steal the silverware. Not that a butter knife is all that useful — Jae-hong ends up smashing garlic with his hands in the end.

javabeans: It’s just weird to see them doing all the food prep in the car’s trunk. They prepare all the ingredients… and then look blankly at the fire pit, because they have no fire.

girlfriday: Oh no, did we learn nothing from last night?

javabeans: On the upside, this campsite is closer to the main site so they can go to the shop and restaurant there, whereas last night they were farther out. They sneak some seasonings from the tables — oh haha, then they actually ask to use the restaurant kitchen and are allowed back to use a proper stove from the staff.

girlfriday: Well that’s a lot easier than making fire. The guy who lets them use the kitchen is very friendly and they end up chatting with him and taking a group photo.

javabeans: They even get to eat at a proper table, rather than squatting in the dirt like last night.

girlfriday: You know, I was skeptical about the curry-and-baguette combo, but they eat it so deliciously that I want to try it.

javabeans: Then the boys take a shower and wash their shirts, so I’m at least relieved that cleanliness seems more of a concern than with the Iceland boys. I still can’t believe they wore the same clothes eight days in a row.

girlfriday: I know. I guess these boys are getting way dirtier, which necessitates the daily(ish) cleaning. So that’s an upside.

javabeans: With Jae-hong driving, the two boys in the backseat quickly conk out once they’re on the road. Joon-yeol is sleepy too, but insists he’ll stay awake to keep Jae-hong company… and cut to Joon-yeol fast asleep in the passenger seat. They wake up when they arrive at the national park, where the paved roads turn to dirt, and with Joon-yeol back in the driver’s seat we see the car having some fun swerving back and forth in the wide path.

girlfriday: They stop when they see a group of foreign travelers, and meet a college girl who’s traveling alone. In the desert? That’s impressive.

javabeans: Joon-yeol thinks so too, and pauses while she types something into his phone. He shows it to the screen later, and it’s kind of cute how awed he seems at the meaning of YOLO, which he’s hearing for the first time now.

girlfriday: Then it’s back on the road with Kyung-pyo at the wheel, while Jae-hong gets to nap. Bo-gum sleeps every time someone new is sleeping next to him in the backseat, and he apologizes for sleeping too much, promising to drive the next leg of the journey. The screen turns an ominous black as we’re told that Bo-gum takes the wheel five hours later…

javabeans: Ack! “Who’s the driver?” Bo-gum: “It was me. Am I getting arrested now?”

girlfriday: Noooo, not Bo-gummie! He’s too little for jail! We go back to the present for now, with a long stretch just driving through the desert. I like the part where the car stereo keeps skipping on the song they want to play, and there’s a lot of dancing and pausing and dancing and pausing going on.

javabeans: The next leg of their journey takes them to the coastal city of Swakopmund, which looks bright and refreshing from the previews, though they’ll have to wait to see all the sunshine and beaches because it’s nighttime as they approach. And then, Bo-gum takes the wheel…

girlfriday: The funny thing is, Bo-gum drives to relieve Jae-hong from tiredness, only Jae-hong becomes more nervous and dad-like with Bo-gum behind the wheel, and he coaches him through every move like it’s his first time driving.

javabeans: Lol, and then he just blows through a stop sign without seeing it, and is pulled over.

girlfriday: Of all the luck, he runs it right in front of a cop.

javabeans: He very politely tells the officer that it’s his fault and he’s sorry, and steps inside the office. Jae-hong: “Of all the things, you only drove for three minutes!”

girlfriday: Bo-gum is being questioned by the cops, but the boys are running out of time to check into their lodgings, so they leave him behind to deal with the hotel first.

javabeans: I’m assuming the staff takes Bo-gum back, because he arrives at the hotel room where the hyungs hug him and Jae-hong is feeling especially guilty because he thinks he should have been the one driving.

girlfriday: There’s a whole round of the hyungs saying that they’re sorry for letting this happen, while Bo-gum insists that he’s sorrier.

javabeans: It turns into this whole round of, “I’m sorry, hyung was stupid,” “No hyung, I was stupid,” “No it was me who was stupid.” They especially enjoy their nice beds after spending last night camping, and get up in their bathrobes to make it to breakfast.

girlfriday: Why are the bathrobes and bedhead at breakfast so cute?

javabeans: It’s funny because they’re all tired, but don’t want to miss breakfast, so it feels like their compromise. LOL, and then a staffer suggests that they change into clothing, haha, so they have to get up and put on real clothes.

girlfriday: Hee. Too bad. Man, Bo-gum eats like he’s still a growing teenager. He brought this tower of toast that I thought was for the whole table, but he eats it ALL.

javabeans: I see a bowl of cereal, maybe four slices of toast, eggs, bacon… Kyung-pyo’s the only one who doesn’t make it to breakfast because sleep was more important, and he jokes that all he wants to do today is sleep.

girlfriday: Joon-yeol and Bo-gum decide to go sand-boarding, and a guide comes to pick them up.

javabeans: Joon-yeol leaves behind his camera, and Bo-gum slyly pockets it to play a joke, and you can see that during the whole car ride, he’s about to burst into laughter at the thought of how the joke will play out.

girlfriday: But then out of nowhere, Joon-yeol asks for his camera, and Bo-gum deflates, as Joon-yeol chides, “You can’t scam your hyung!” Aw, he was so looking forward to pulling one over on him and got all excited about it!

javabeans: That’s adorable! Such a hyung-dongsaeng thing to do. They get fitted for helmets by the guide, and Joon-yeol’s a little disappointed to hear that Bo-gum got a small and his is a medium — I will never get the Korean fixation with tiny faces, but somehow it’s just a weird beauty standard. He likes when the guide offers that it means his brain is big, though, as consolation.

girlfriday: They get to drive quad-bikes, which looks like a lot of fun.

javabeans: Okay, I’m jealous of that. It looks so freeing and fun, just roaming the desert without roads. It’s cute when Bo-gum’s bike goes astray and kind of stalls facing the wrong direction, and he has to be helped by the guide.

girlfriday: He is maybe not so good with the things on wheels.

javabeans: That seems true. He interviews that Joon-yeol kept turning back to look at Bo-gum to check that he was doing okay, and how moved he was at his concern, and that Joon-yeol just warms his heart. Finger heart!

girlfriday: I love how much these two love each other in real life. The biking seems like the most fun they’ve had yet, and I’m sad that the other boys are missing it.

javabeans: They seem to have needed the nap, though they eventually get up to head into the city, where their first order of business is exchanging more money, and then the beach. They want seafood for dinner, and find a restaurant to make reservations for tonight.

girlfriday: Kyung-pyo seems very proud of this accomplishment: “We did fine without Joon-yeol hyung!” Then they run into the college girl they met yesterday, and struggle to make conversation with her.

javabeans: You get the sense he spoke too soon. It’s awkward because she’s happy to see them and chat, but they exhaust their English limits pretty quickly and then it just turns into awkward hemming and hawing until both sides just kind of… trail off… and head in their own directions.

girlfriday: It’s so awwwwkward.

javabeans: I’m cringing pretty hard. I had to lower my volume super low, I couldn’t handle the scene at full level.

girlfriday: I just want it to stop.

javabeans: Thankfully we return to the desert where the boys get a primer on sand-boarding, and then Bo-gum is first to head face-first down the hill. Wheeeee!

girlfriday: So fun! Again! Again!

javabeans: They’re eager to tackle an even higher hill next, and go shooting down the sand. Doesn’t it look like they’re just flying on pieces of cardboard?

girlfriday: That’s basically what they’re doing. And it looks like the most fun ever.

javabeans: Compare that to Jae-hong and Kyung-pyo, who have found a spot on the sand next to a man who’s fishing and just kind of sit there awkwardly in silence for long minutes. Why are they so awkward today?

girlfriday: I don’t know. Maybe they slept too long or their brains fried in the sand yesterday.

javabeans: They wander the shore looking at interesting rocks and sit on the sand, and meanwhile Bo-gum and Joon-yeol make their way to the beach after their adventure, taking pictures and enjoying the air. Both parties happen to meet while they’re out, and head off together.

girlfriday: Jae-hong says that they’re going to have to spend the rest of their trip camping, and Na PD asks if they’ve just traded sleeping in hotels for one dinner. Omg, is that what they’re doing?

javabeans: Ack, is that why they’re so fixated on lobster? Don’t you feel like Jung-seok’s advice at the end of Iceland, that the next youths not scrimp on their allowance so tightly, was maybe unwarranted?

girlfriday: Yeah they seem so unstressed about spending, that it’s actually jarring after the super-duper penny-pinching of the Iceland boys. You can have lobster later in Seoul! Buy some firewood and a lighter!

javabeans: These boys apparently enjoy playing silly games for no reason, and decide to play on in the parking lot involving tossing stones. The winner is the one who tosses his stone closest to a line without going over it, and amazingly, the first three boys all get theirs exactly on the line, while Joon-yeol falls short. And there’s this really hilarious sequence where everything goes in super-slow-motion as the three boys cheer and dance and jump together, and Joon-yeol sadly eyes his loser stone in the corner. It’s like something out of a cartoon.

girlfriday: Hahaha. And isn’t he the one who suggested the game in the first place? As punishment for losing (per his own suggestion), Joon-yeol leaves the boys at the market and walks back to fetch the car.

javabeans: Why are they buying meat at the store when they have dinner reservations?

girlfriday: I have no idea. Meanwhile, Joon-yeol walks for 15 minutes… and ends up in front of the market again.

javabeans: After he was bragging about being good at navigation, too. Hee. And of course, in the end it turns out he was only a block away to begin with. I guess they’re preparing in advance for more camping on their next leg, because they run through their budget and buy more tents, so nobody has to sleep in the car this time.

girlfriday: They’re really going to have no money left after this…

javabeans: Bo-gum wonders if it’s okay to blow their money like this, and Jae-hong says they’ll have to buckle down starting tomorrow.

girlfriday: Starting tomorrow when they have no money left?

javabeans: I wish I could enjoy things first and deal with scrimping later, but I guess I’m too much like the Iceland team. Well, except I’d have blown that extra money at the end, whereas they still couldn’t.

girlfriday: I think Yoo Yeon-seok is still king for figuring out that loophole and splurging on better hotels each day without the staff catching on until it was too late.

javabeans: Doesn’t Seojinnie really win though, for pulling one over on Na PD before his very eyes?

girlfriday: Yes, beating Na PD with math is definitely the best.

javabeans: I suppose you could argue that Iceland won in that they one-upped Na PD without even cheating.

girlfriday: But they split each cup of coffee four ways. That is not winning.

javabeans: At least these boys are enjoying every bit of their dinner, and are pleased with their choices without feeling the pinch of spending.

girlfriday: Yum. We should have lobster this weekend.

javabeans: Kyung-pyo admits to feeling a little worried about spending (in reference to not buying extra clothing) because he’s the treasurer, and the hyungs assure him he’s doing a good job with a difficult task, and not to stress himself out too much. The hyungs really are very sweet, and Jae-hong says, “I don’t want you to be unable to have fun because of that.”

girlfriday: I kind of want them to run out of money, just to see what Na PD will do.

javabeans: Don’t you think Joon-yeol would just get friendly with some people, offer to wash dishes, and earn his keep? And the boys would just follow along with whatever deal he worked out for food?

girlfriday: Totally. He’d survive anywhere. Talk turns to Jae-hong’s noisy sleeping habits, and he says he’s tried sleeping every which way while in the army (because then you’d be keeping an entire room full of guys awake), but he can’t not snore. Kyung-pyo says he’s gotten so used to it after sharing a room with him on their cast trip that now he can’t sleep without the sound. Jae-hong: “I’ll record it for you.”

javabeans: As they wind down and get ready to leave, they chat with the restaurant staff and mention their drama, and a staffer promises to watch it tonight. One employee gets out a phone and literally plays a clip, featuring Joon-yeol. Aw. That’s a super friendly staff, and the boys leave thinking they’d like to spend more time with them.

girlfriday: That’s sweet. It leads to them singing Answer Me 1988 songs all the way back to the hotel, which is probably the wine’s fault.

javabeans: Back at the hotel room, they open another bottle of wine, and Bo-gum gets really adorable when he’s tipsy, dancing around giddily. They wind down gradually as they lay in bed, and then it’s lights out. They pack up in the morning to head out, and Bo-gum takes the wheel again. Why does this make me nervous?

girlfriday: Super nervous. You get the sense that Joon-yeol suggests it in order to help him overcome the incident from last night.

javabeans: The show even builds up the moment, and when Bo-gum starts a song before taking the wheel, it tells us they won’t be editing any part of the song out. Then it counts down 3… 2… 1…

girlfriday: ACK! He reverses right into the side of the building!

javabeans: He didn’t even last three SECONDS this time!

girlfriday: That’s it. Bo-gum and wheels are just un-mixy things.

javabeans: They get out to check the damage, and the right tail light is totally smashed. Bo-gum wails, “Oh no, I caused another accident!”

girlfriday: I didn’t really believe the stories that said Park Bo-gum was like his Answer Me character Taek in real life, but I get it now.

javabeans: I’m just glad he’s a star and has a driver and won’t ever need to take the wheel, for his own sake. Maybe for everyone’s sake.

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Their expression when Bogum crash the car tho. Hahahahaha

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Off Topic, hyeri was rushed to the hospital coz of high fever and severe headache, diagnosed with meningitis ?

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Awwww, find strength hyeri-ah.
I hope you recover soon.
You're a strong girl!
Fighting! ?

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Hoping for a speedy recovery for Hyeri.

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Omo. It's here. That was fast. Thanks JB and GF.

Haha. Bogum really is Taek IRL.

Anyone know where I can watch the episodes with subs? When I search all I find are unsubbed streams.

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I found 1 and 2 subbed on dailymotion.

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where did you find episode 2 please? o.o

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Another source for e02:

https://openload.co/f/XEanXPvw1VU/#

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Ep is subbed on KShow http://ikshow.net/

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Episode 1

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Just want to say I love the use of the BGM on this YoF series, very youthful! It's so fitting for their adventures, and for once I can know the actual words on the song instead of my broken Korean. I'm also seriously falling in love with Jun-yeol and Bo-gum's friendship here, but I also love how they all are with each other (yes using love a lot with this cast). seriously going to have withdrawals from this cast after YOF.

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And thank you ladies for the speedy recap of episode 3! Appreciate it after watching it without subs this morning :)

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How is Jun Yeol so charming?? I've fallen so deep now, I don't know if I'll ever get out.

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Jun Yeol is so cool.

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Love the bromance with this show.

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he is super cool

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I got it bad too. Even my phone wallpaper is a photo of him.

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I woke up to this! Good morning!

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Same here!!

Good morning beanies!!!

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Wow. That was quick!! Thanks so mucb

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I love these guys.

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Yay... I'm waiting for this. Thanks GF n JB..

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Hi
Anyone having problem with episode 2. The link doesn't seem to work.
Thanks for recaps.

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Same here. Tried yesterday and today.

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I'm must not seeing right.

Wait.. Isn't just Sunday dawn here??? Sat on ur neck of the world..? And isn't just two days ago that ep 2 recap came out?? Aigoooooo... Girls .. What a way to surprise me.

Jun Yeol and Bogum epic bromance just becomes my latest addiction.. I'm so totally marveled at their close bond. And it seems like both crave for each other coz Jun Yeol and Bogum's dates are just getting regular. What.. Do theY enjoy bust bEing with each other without the otheR two?? Hahhah..

And I feel so sorry for Bogum... Sigh... He's so accident prone. Missing a flight, getting pulled over, crashing the car ... I just hope he won't blame himself too much. It's cute that the hyungs totally feel guilty and comfort him the best they can.

But his drunk dance..... I felt so embarrassed I had to look through my fingers. Hahhahha.... Aigoooo... Only wine can make awkward Taeki into awkward dancer.

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Just finished watching the episode to come here and find the recap, thanks!! Pahahaha the guys' reaction when bogum hit the car was soo funny, love how they couldnt stop laughing, he really shouldnt be trusted behind the wheels again XD he should just stick to being everyone's assistant LOL

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Hi,

Where did you Watch ep 3?

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Omg the screen cap of Joonyeol with this helmet looks like Gary hahaha a man of a thousand faces

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Omg Bogummie is living up to his Taek reputation. I hope they bought insurance though! Thank you again for this recap. Watched it raw yesterday and understood bits and this recap helps a lot. I was laughing so hard when Kyungpyo asked that college girl if she remembers Ryu and she seemed uninterested..which led him to conclude it was a one-sided crush for Jooyeol lol...And the sand sliding seemed really fun.

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But it was shown on the last part of the episode that Bo-gum drives just fine............ On the roads where there are no road signs and walls. Hehehe.....

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You should teach him on how to drive after he did marvellous job in kisses scene..

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LOL.... not part of the current course he's taking, but will include it in the next semester. hehehhe..

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Is the current course about learning how to ride a horse?
Can you add some rated course like bed scene? Oh wait, Bogum is so pure and adorable.. You can't teach him with those rated scenes!

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Yes. Riding a horse is a must. At the very least, no police officers exist in Jeoseon time if he doesn't stop at the sign..heheh...

Sigh... rated bed scene course will just go down the drain coz it's KBS we're talking about. There's just no way they will approve. Consider ourselves lucky if Bo-gum can actually display his astounding kissing skills that he and Hyeri had shown in Reply 1988.

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I haven't seen the episode, but I know a couple of people who've done this exact same thing when using the video parking-aid backup instead of looking behind them when they reverse.

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lol so true.
but i think he's not the only one that missing that small narrow STOP sign. Hee

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hahahhaha omg i could not stop laughing at bogum's misfortunes. that poor boy!

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PBG is just the most adorable guy ever. .. I want to hug him and pinch his cheeks... I love him so...

And his bromance with RJY is just amazing... can't get enough of these guys... what will I do when YoF is over? ?

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I was LOL so hard in this episode.. The bromance, the accident prone, cringed morning walk... aigoo..

I want to play in the sand~~ looks so fun~

No more bogum behind the wheels... Please..

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OMG! What a great episode! Now it makes so much sense to me on how Park Bo Gum was able to play Choi Taek so accurately....He is Choi Taek in real life lol!

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except he can tie his shoe laces unlike taek. Haa
he really is a cutie.

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Where can i watch this online with subs?

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Love the bromance between bo-gum & joon-yeol.. Their interactions are just so sweet!!! ♥

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ooh.. Bogummie and his mukbang show.. where does all that food go? and that cute adorakble tipsy dance.. oh uri taekkie I mean Bogummie, why so cuuute!?

and it seems he does have a crush on Yunjoelie. well, I feel you, Ryu Jun Yeol is seriously the ultimate bae!

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Thank you for the fast recap girls! ?

BG and cars are not a match hahaha Their personality is certainly very close to their characters in AM 1988. JH - the one who gives wisdom out of nowhere, KP - the treasure and worrier of the group, JY - street smart (?) he can live anywhere around the world with no problems hahaha and BG - TAEKIEEE Hahahaha

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It's amazing how Reply can cast people who are EXACTLY like their characters. It's as if they cast first then write the script later. lol. Each one of them are exactly their roles in Reply. For real.

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Well, it was said (in some news reports and Bogum's interviews) that the writer put their true characteristics in the mind when writing down Reply's characters. So it's like imaginative characters sprinkled with real-life personalities.
But yeah.. it's just amazing how the reel characters seems so true with their true nature.

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I would imagine Shin PD and the R88 writer-nim team casted them because they all matched their respective characters.ie they all got casted because they fit the bill. It shows that R88 team went extra mile by casting the actors being themselves rather than actors projecting different personas.

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I read Shin PD talked about casting for Reply series. When he did the first Reply 1998, no one in his team had drama experience (coming from doing variety show). They wanted to have Lee Min-gi for the main lead, but couldn't get him. Also NO one wanted to do that drama (unexperienced staff and cable). And among auditions, only Su In-kook and Jung Eun-ji were only ones acted ok, but he said he thought "You guys did well, but what is the use?" Eventually he changed his mind -maybe experience is not that important- and took Su and Jung as leads.

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< It shows that R88 team went extra mile by casting the actors being themselves rather than actors projecting different personas.

I'm not sure I would call that 'going the extra mile'.

"projecting different personas".... uhhh that's what actors are supposed to do.

I mean, it's great they fit their characters but I don't think should be the new measuring standard for casting.

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I applaud the R88 team for able to cast real life Kim Jung Hwan, Dong Ryong, Choi Taek etc and not just any actors who want to act as them. For example Ryu Jun Yeol auditioned for all roles except for Deuk Seon, I'd imagined he somehow will be able to portray Dong Ryong funkiness (he was all loud and happening in Socialphobia) but somehow he fit Jung Hwan the best.

But no-one is setting up that as a new standard for casting.

And of course projecting someone-else personas are what actors supposed to do. But if you think about it, even though they are being themselves, does not mean they are not acting. They are ACTING as themselves, since they would still be bounded to scripts and scenarios/plots etc.

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Thanks for the Super quick recap! Yes, curry and baguette is a common combination over here, only our version of curry is of the spicy kind.

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Yup, was going to say the same thing! One of the best combinations, regardless of the kind of curry ? .... chicken ?, fish-head ?, .... mutton ? ... with crunchy baguette ??? (sorry no baguette emoji) dipped in the gravy! Yum!

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Yup chicken curry with baguette is really good

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? Curry and bagette is a well loved dish for Cambodians. It's not that weird a concept because Indian eats curry with roti. Its a bread/carbs so same thing. Hehe.

Thanks for recapping this! I'm having kdrama/variety withdrawal cos I dont have unlimited internet anymore. Your recaps are keeping me going for now! Thank you! ? ?

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It's really common in Vietnam as well to eat curry with French baguettes. It's called Cà Ri Gà and the consistency is more soupy.

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Yaaas, try the curry & baguette. I grew up eating that so it was strange to me to see jb&gf being weirded out by it hahah.

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just like Jung-bongie eating bread with butter and sugar.
GF also weirded by it. haa
but, its all about taste preferences and what we usually eaten and grow up with.

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omg Bogum-ah~ what are you gonna do ^^;
he seems so hopeless . . . ahhh (worse than my youngest sister)
I hope Na PD can cover that damage XP

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Thanks for the recap.

Kyung-pyo might have an issue with his shoulders being covered. He was either rocking the razor back or going shirtless.

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I thought maybe because of him going in shirtless. Restaurant wouldn't like it I think.

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LOL it leads me to believe he has an issue with covering up anything AT ALL. I'm surprised the ladies didn't mention him sprawled out in his underwear on their room before they checked out of the hotel.

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Curry and baguette -- popular local dish in Singapore too!

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Joon yeol taking the camera to film reminds me of his character in socialphobia...

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Wow, GF ! You rock, girl!
Thank you so much for this fast recap.
Watch this yesterday unsubbed because i can not wait anymore. lol

Did you guys notice that they eat somebody's leftover when they ate curry breakfast? These guys. Aigoo..

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haha saw that too. They are so cool with finishing off other people's leftover.

And I don't know why I feel happy to see uri bo gummie eating so well. It gives you satisfaction to see him gobbling down food so wholeheartedly. Plus I'm so glad none of the casts are picky eater.

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yeah, he didnt give a damn about the amount of foods he ate and the way he ate. lol

i read in one interview, thats how he is. when he eats, he eats a lot and wholeheartedly

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I watched this ep with Chinese subs and if I'm not mistaken, I think that's leftover from the staff haha.

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Omg! Bogummy! Why so enduring <3

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Not related but gf, are you aware that some people copied your whole article and post it on their instagram? They got bunch of followers though for providing drama news by stealing your words.

.....Idk whether you are okay or not with it because they didn't put up the credit. If it's okay then nope, have a nice day!

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whoa.. what's their ig account??

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As far as I could find are allkdrama and wow.kdrama. Their writing style was completely different in their normal post so it's really suspicious.

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dramatorrent(.)com also uses their recaps. I just don't remember if there were any credits around.

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Aigooo....the more isee Bogummy, the more I love him. He's just too cute and adorable. ❤❤❤❤❤

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I ressly need a guy like Junyeol. He's perfect yet cute and dependable the one that made every girl feel protected and care. If he is to caring to the crew how he is to his family and wive.

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It's really good to see the cast conversing with local people and even promote Reply88 :D Ryu Junyeol's English is so much help (even the "push, big fire" from ep 2, haha). The editing team is hilarious, hinting cautious feeling before bogummi crashed the car. hahaha

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GF and JB, thank you thank you for recapping this show!!!

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wine? I thought Bogummy didn´t drink?

oh man, I am having a laughing fit !!! they´d be mad to let him drive ever again! actaully, don´t even show him a car, get a donkey. though he´d have an accident with a donkey and a wagon, I am sure.

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I heard Bogeum does not drink. But maybe because of circumstances, it looks he drank a few times and sang and danced, adorably - Ahn Jae-hong mentioned that that was totally unexpected and the cutest thing.

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btw I mentioned this before, but they just had Reply 1988 drama concert with everyone (except Bogeumi, but he was contacted.) One time Bogeum asked Joon-yeol (who was sick due to bad cold) if he is ok and to take lots of vitamin. And JY said "No need to take vitamin. You ARE my vitamin." heh

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Omo. Really? That is too cute.

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I think what he said was 'not drink' in terms that can't drink a lot. Like in ep 1, when they were in Phuket, he doesn't like what cocktails taste like. But still drink beer when they had camping dinner. And that white wine... all the hyungs are okay even though they drink more than him. But his tipsy side tho... TOO CUTE!!!

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God speed for this Sammungdong couple in real life. *finger heart*

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Can anyone give me the link for this episode eng subbed pls? Thanks

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LMAO "You can have lobster later in Seoul! Buy some firewood and a lighter!"

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Yes curry has to go with baguette! It's THE combination to die for. Yes, I'm Singaporean.

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Wahhhh, thanks for the quick recaps. The boys are adorable. Bogumie aigooo, the more you made accident the more I fall in love with you, kekekeke.
Three minutes and three second accident was making me burst to laugh.

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This show has made me fall for Ryu Joon Yeol so much more, which I didn't think possible after Junghwan ***fangirling so hard

His take-charge attitude, confidence, decisiveness, is just...argh. I'd take that charisma and attitude over good looks anyday!

They're showing this on Channel M if you have it on cable, every Saturday at 9pm. But it's late and they've only just shown Episode 1 :( Otherwise, you should try following on Instagram @reply1988.tvn - which is a fan account. They post episode links on their info which they update every week (currently Episode 2 is up) ^_^

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Can someone help to list all the BGMs in this episode? I only know EXO song for the last part. Someone, pls help ??

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Here are all the BGM info. http://blog.naver.com/kdaall2/220646380789

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Thanks ya!

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any link for ep 3 eng subbed please?

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Re-watching all episodes today. And cant help noticing Bogummie camera. Does anyone knows what camera is that? The one he used to take selca with JY at the beach. TIA.

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Yeah...i noticed that too...i also want to know what camera he used. Plus, does anyone know what's the name of the hotel that they stayed in during this 3rd episode?

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Does anyone know what portable camera Park Bo Gum uses?

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