27. Favorite Asian drama(s) of 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010

Redbeanmochi:

2007: Coffee Prince

2008: Fated To Love You

2009: Black and White

2010: Sungkyunkwan Scandal

Greengrassjelly:

2007: Hana Kimi, Corner With Love, Summer x Summer, Coffee Prince

2008: Fated to Love You, Story of Time, A Journey Called Life, Moonlight Resonance

2009: Starlit, Mo Nu 18 Hao, Beyond the Realm of Conscience

2010: The Fierce Wife, Autumn’s Concerto, Down With Love, A Fistful of Stances, Can’t Buy Me Love, Secret Garden, Prosecutor Princess

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23. What are your top 5 Asian dramas?

Redbeanmochi:

1. Black and White

2. Coffee Prince

3. You’re Beautiful

4. ISWAK/TKA (I think of them as one)

5. MARS

Greengrassjelly:

1. Secret Garden

2. Face to Fate

3. A Journey Called Life

4. Full House

5. Autumn’s Concerto

21. A picture of your favorite scene in an Asian drama

Redbeanmochi:

I found gifs for the first four..muahahahaha

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Greengrassjelly:

This would be a repeat of the scenes I mentioned for Day 20, but here are some images!

Autumn’s Concerto

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Prosecutor Princess

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Secret Garden

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20. Favorite drama episode.

Redbeanmochi:

Um what? I can tell you favourite scenes…not favourite episodes. (In no particular order)

1. YAB’s pig-chase scene
2. Monstar’s imagining scene, where Yoon Sul-Chan imagines Min Se Yi and Jung Sun Woo in his room
3. To the Beautiful You’s caterpillar sleeping bag scene, when Choi Eun Gyeol tries to sneak his way to Goo Jae Hee’s tent. I laughed so hard 😛
4. Coffee Prince’s kiss scene (during the sunflower mural painting time)
5. The end of Hear Me (technically not a drama, it’s a movie), when Yang Yang hears Tian Kuo speak for the first time (and he’s imitating her at one point haha)

Greengrassjelly:

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A favorite drama episode is too specific to remember, so I’ll just list a bunch of scenes or points in dramas that I enjoyed 🙂

In Autumn’s Concerto when Guang Xi returns to the village for the first time (after losing his memory) and Xiao Le runs to him hugging onto his leg calling Guang Xi his dad, dawwww…..

In Prosecutor Princess when Jeong-seon’s mom takes away all her business suits and forces her to wear a skirt, and then has Se Jun (the prosecutor she has a crush on) come pick her up!

In Coffee Prince when Han Kyul doesn’t know Eun Chan is a girl yet but kisses her anyway, all confused but in love…

In Skip Beat! when Gong Xi and Jiang Nan Qin go through the auditions and act out betrayal/reconciliation/friendship without discussing it first—where they surprisingly understand each other and where their friendship is really apparent!

And in Secret Garden when Oska follows Yoon Seul around to try and win her back, and holds up signs with cute little messages for her (in her yoga class) and buys her coffee and takes her on walks—cuteee!!

Anyway, those were some episodes/scenes I especially enjoyed, just to name a few…

19. Have you rewatched an Asian drama more than 3 times? if yes, which one.

Redbeanmochi:

NOPE. I don’t like to rewatch dramas because I already know everything that happens. Max I’ll ever rewatch something is once (so a total of two times). For some reason though, adaptations are fine (mostly because I watch for changes/additional scenes).

Greengrassjelly:

Some dramas I’ve re-watched 3+ times include Secret Garden (Korean), A Journey Called Life (Hong Kong), and The Heavenly Sword and Dragon Sabre 2000 version (Hong Kong). I’ve never re-watched a Taiwanese drama 3+ times, because although there are ones I really enjoy and will re-watch maybe once, they don’t tend to be as compelling as Canto dramas, hehe. And Secret Garden was just amazing! I really don’t like fantasy and magical realism, but I absolutely loved the plotline and characters/pairs in Secret Garden! Of course there were aspects I didn’t like as well, but it was overall good enough for me to watch and re-watch! And period dramas are one’s that I’m more likely to re-watch, just because (in case you haven’t already realized) I love historical/period dramas J