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Post Reply Which have you seen more of: J-Dramas or K-Dramas or other Asian Drama
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Posted 6/27/13
I was just thinking about all the dramas I've seen and most of them were K-Dramas. Just wondering if anyone else seen more of one compared to another.
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Posted 6/28/13 , edited 6/28/13

CrayMeganeChan wrote:

I was just thinking about all the dramas I've seen and most of them were K-Dramas. Just wondering if anyone else seen more of one compared to another.

I think I've seen more K-drama, but I haven't seen all that many of either. Didn't really start watching until after I joined Crunchy so I've really only watched stuff that's here--and there's more K-Drama here.
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Posted 6/28/13
In recent years I watched more Kdramas but I started off with Jdramas many years ago~
So overall, i watched more Jdramas xD
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Posted 6/28/13
I watched more Korean drama's than Japanese drama's
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Posted 7/5/13
J.

K feels like the complete opposite. The women sound... manly. It borders lady boys.
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Posted 7/5/13
Jdrama mostly. I like the goofiness and how most of it is from manga that I can follow later on.
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Posted 7/11/13
I have probably seen more K-Dramas because they are what I was introduced to initially.
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Posted 7/12/13
i've wtch both but i think i've watched more k-dramas than j-dramas
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Posted 7/13/13
Korean dramas because they have superior cinematography and very creative plots. Not to mention, it's easier to find subs for it. Although I do enjoy my occasional Japanese drama because they excel in establishing the tone.
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Posted 7/13/13
I've watched more Korean dramas. Korean dramas - in my opinion- are much more popular. When I search for Asian dramas, there are more results for Korean dramas than there are for any other Asian dramas.
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Posted 7/14/13
Jdramas.

I have few Kdramas before but they easily bore me. I hope there are many subbers though. I couldn't finish a newly released jdrama because of the lack of subs. But then again, kdrama is way popular.
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Posted 7/17/13 , edited 7/17/13
I like both... but now that I think about it, I have watch more Korean dramas. Its not because they are better but probably because you can find them with subtitles or even some of them dubbed to English and Spanish.
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Posted 7/23/13
This month of July I've seen more of JDrama, I've been watching this drama


Must watch Drama.

Last month I watched 'To the Beautiful You' but I am disappointed of the story.
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Posted 7/24/13
I think J-drama for sure. Smiling Pasta was the first Taiwanese drama I've watched and the first Asian Drama too. So Naturally the first few dramas I watched were Taiwanese. Then like many people before me Hana Kimi opened up J-dramas for me. I ended up watching over 100 dramas both new and old (Beach Boys is my all time favorite drama <3) and I rarely went back to T-Dramas. Then I read about a new K-drama called Boys before Flower that was the Korean take on Hana Yori Dango and I got really excited. Having just come off Fated to Love You (a long drama for my tastes yet loved every second of it) I was dreading the thought of another long drama. Not only was Boys Before Flower a great drama but it surpassed Hana Yori Dango in every possible way (imo) It opened up K-dramas for me but only ever seen a few since life has gotten very busy for me and no longer have time to watch much of anything. So for now, J-Dramas remain the King of most watched shows for me lol.

I'm currently watching Playful Kiss via hulu, so who knows... This might jump start my need for K-dramas again lol.
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Posted 8/11/13
Jdorama, definitely. I've been a Jdorama fan since I was in university.
I also tried to get into Kdorama but I found the plots to be a little odd and boring.
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