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'Respond 1997' Syndrome has Spread Overseas

By Staff Writer | September 20, 2012 02:24 AM EDT

'Respond 1997' Syndrome has Spread Overseas
'Respond 1997' Syndrome has Spread Overseas (Photo : d)

Cable drama "Respond 1997" has been gaining much attention overseas as well.

Many people from all over the world have been viewing korean sites for the drama and which has received a 4.5 out 5 rating.

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International fans and Korean fans are not that different. One international fan commented, "Although I am not Korean, the drama allowed me to reminisce about the 90s."

The back and forth flashes between the past and the present also had the viewers on the edge of their seats. 

The drama had the viewers hooked and curious until the end of the drama as well as they continued to skip over the scenes on who Sung Si Won's husband was.

The fact that the drama gave hints on the final outcome made it more fun to watch as well.

Other international K-Pop fans found it fun and interesting to watch how K-Pop idols first came about in the 90s.

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