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About Boys Over Flowers
Boys Over Flowers (
Hana Yori Dango is also notable for having many adaptations in several different mediums. In 1995, a film starring popular 1990s idol, Yuki Uchida was released by Fuji TV. The anime began broadcast in 1996 and concluded with fifty-one episodes and a short film in 1997. Meteor Garden, a Taiwanese drama starring Barbie Hsu and Jerry Yan, followed in 2001. The success of the drama led to the production of a side story and sequel. Boys Over Flowers was brought back to Japan in 2005 with a another drama adaptation starring Mao Inoue and Arashi member, Jun Matsumoto. The Japanese drama continued with a sequel and ended with a film in 2008. The manga was also adapted into a Korean drama in 2009 with Ku Hye-sun and Lee Min-ho.
The story revolves around the heroine, Tsukushi Makino and her interactions with the F4 at the upper-class school, Eitoku Academy. Tsukushi's story would continue in 2006 and 2008 with three chapters that were later published as the series' thirty-seventh volume. In 2015, Kamio began a sequel to the series in Shueisha's Shonen Jump+. The sequel follows a new group of students at Eitoku.
Upcoming and recent events
- August 4 - volume seven of Season 2 to be published in Japan. Haruto, Oto and Sojiro will be featured on the cover.
- May 7 - final performance of Boys Over Flowers: The Musical in Seoul, Korea.
- April 4 - volume six of Season 2 published in Japan.
- March 30 - Rui Hanazawa's birthday.
- February 28 - Akira Mimasaka's birthday.
- February 26 - Yoko Kamio releases second episode of Cafe de Hanadan on her Twitter.
- February 24 - premiere of Boys Over Flowers: The Musical.
- January 31 - Tsukasa Domyoji's birthday.
- December 28 - Tsukushi Makino's birthday.
- December 2 - volume five of Season 2 released in Japan.
- December 1 - Yoko Kamio launches Cafe de Hanadan, a sequel to Boys Over Flowers, in the Hana Yori Dango app.
- November 18 - Korean version of Hana Yori Dango: The Musical announced.
- October 25 - Hana Yori Dango anime released on DVD for a second time in America by Discotek Media.
- October 25 - volume four of Season 2 published digitally by Viz in America.
- September 21 - Hana Yori Dango: The Musical released on DVD to the general public in Japan.
- July 4 - Season 2 volume four published in Japan.
- July 3 - the game, Hana Yori Dango: F4 and First Kiss celebrates its one year anniversary.
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Oto Edogawa spends six months with Tenma Hase, while he recovers from his injury. Thanks to Haruto Kaguragi, Eitoku Academy becomes popular again and plans to hold a joint summer school with Momonozono Academy.