Netflix Seoul Vibe gas station sells gas at 1988 prices

Amidst the skyrocketing fuel prices of 2022, a gas station opens today along EDSA, Quezon Avenue, selling fuel at 1988 prices.

To celebrate the premiere of the new Korean Netflix film “Seoul Vibe”—whose tagline is “Drive back to 1988”—Netflix unveils the Seoul Vibe Gas Station, allowing pre-booked motorists to purchase gasoline at Php 7 per liter, the price in 1988.

“Seoul Vibe” is a Korean blockbuster action film, whose story revolves around a team of ragtag drivers and mechanics deployed to go undercover and dismantle a massive money-laundering ring. It stars Yoo Ah-in from “Hellbound” and Ko Kyung-pyo from “Reply 1988.” It is set during the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

The station’s opening was inspired by Filipinos’ nostalgia on social media for the time when fuel was more affordable.

In order to avail of the price-off, drivers needed to visit where they booked a slot to gas up at the station. Fueling is strictly by appointment and vehicles without a reservation will not be allowed in the station.

The offer is available on Aug. 26, 2022 only. Each vehicle can gas up to 40 liters.

The Netflix Seoul Vibe Gas Station’s fuel is provided by SEAOIL.

Drive back to 1988. Watch “Seoul Vibe,” streaming starting August 26, 2022 (Friday), only on Netflix.

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Get the vibe from the cast of Seoul Vibe

The much-anticipated Korean film, Seoul Vibe, will be released today on Netflix. It is a Korean film set during the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

The film stars Yoo Ah-in from “Hellbound,” playing the role of Dong Wook, the greatest driver of the Sanggye-dong crew and Ko Kyung-pyo from “Reply 1988” is DJ Woo Sam, a club DJ, spy, and theology student. Lee Kyoo-hyung from “Prison Playbook” portrays Bok Nam, the genius when it comes to Seoul’s geography. Park Ju-hyun from “Extracurricular” is Dong Wook’s motor-riding younger sister named Yoon Hee. Ong Seong-wu from the former idol group “Wanna One” plays the character Jun Ki, the genius mechanic, and Sanggye-dong’s MacGyver.

Seoul Vibe premieres today, August 26, only on Netflix. Make sure to watch and #DriveBackTo1988.