‘Respond 1994’ Posters Revealed Featuring Jung Woo , Go Ah Ra, and More
By Staff Writer | October 01, 2013 08:54 AM EDT
The posters for tvN's "Respond 1994" have been revealed.
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Sung Na Jung, played by Go Ah Ra, is from Kyung Nam Masan, and is quoted saying, "If I go to college, I'm gonna date Lee Sang Min oppa," and is holding a plan card that reads "Sang Min <3 Na Jung." This is in reference to the most popular basketball player of the 90s, and implies that she is one of his groupies.
Jung Woo plays an overly blunt Gyongsangdo man who attends Kyung Nam Masan as well, and is pictured as a someone who wallows at home in sweats all day. His quote reads, "I'm a loafer? Trash? These people... Is it that obvious?" and he is pictured wearing training sweats and slippers.
Yoo Yeon Seok is the only out of the 7 that's from Seoul Daechidong, and plays a 7-time winning pitcher of the National High School Baseball Championship. His quote reads, "I know nothing but baseball. But now there's one more thing I'm starting to like," and is receiving a lot of attention for this leading quote and meaningful gaze.
"Respond 1994" is a drama about a group of 9 students who live together in a Seoul Shinchon boarding house, and will air its first episode on October 18.
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