Random Fandom Monday [#02]: Top 5 Classic Asian Dramas

These classic dramas introduced me in watching Asian Dramas. These are mostly Taiwanese and Korean Dramas

1. It Started With A Kiss/ They Kiss Again (Taiwanese) 

This might be one of my all time favorite Taiwanese Dramas. The first season was released on 2005 and the second season was 2007. This is a Taiwanese TV adaptation of a very popular manga Itazura Na Kiss that has been adapted in different series in different Asian countries. This drama was about a dumb and bubbly girl who fell in love the smartest but a cold guy in her school and how she did everything to make him fall for her.


2. Meteor Garden (Taiwanese) 

This is a 2001 classic. I was 3 years old when this was released but I think I watched this when I was 4 or 5 years old.  This is also an Japanese manga to Taiwanese Drama adaptation, it was from a popular manga Hana Yori Dango, where we follow a poor girl who entered a school for rich people and encountered four richest and most handsome but arrogant boys known as F4. 


3. Lovers in Paris (Korean)  

This was released on 2004. I’m not the one who got addicted to it but my mom (it runs in our blood) so we didn’t had a choice but to watch it too.  It was about a woman who wanted to pursue her film career in Paris but ended as a maid of a wealthy young man.


4. Boys Over Flowers (Korean) 

This is the reason why I got addicted to Asian Dramas, again. This is the Korean adaptation of Hana Yori Dango. This was released on 2009 and until now never forget how handsome Kim Bum is (my cost Korean Boyfriend๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚)


5. Autumn’s Concerto (Taiwanese

I never thought that I would fall in love with this drama, it was in a Romance-drama genre that I don’t usually watched but this has some plot that will never let me forget it.  It was released on 2009 and it was all about a poor girl who met a rich guy and fell in love but they got separated and after many years they met again.  



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