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About Boys Over Flowers
Boys Over Flowers (花より男子 Hana Yori Dango) is the best-selling shojo manga series in Japan. It was created by Yoko Kamio for the manga magazine, Margaret in March 1992. The series ran in the magazine until its conclusion in August 2003. The English language edition was published by Viz Media for North America.
Hana Yori Dango is also notable for its 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. The series was brought back to Japan in 2005 with a drama starring Mao Inoue and Arashi member, Jun Matsumoto. The Japanese drama continued with a sequel and ended with a film in 2008. Boys Over Flowers was adapted into a Korean drama in 2009 with Ku Hye-sun and Lee Min-ho. The popularity of the three drama adaptations would inspire several unauthorized and/or loosely-based dramas, including an Indonesian version, a Chinese drama, an American version, as well as an Indian soap opera.
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 published as the series' thirty-seventh volume. Kamio began a sequel, to the series in Shueisha's Shonen Jump+. The sequel follows a new group of students at Eitoku.
- November 21 - new food items available at Hana Yori Dango Café.
- November 20 - F4 cast members of Hana Yori Dango: The Musical interview in Margaret.
- November 16 - Mackenyu's nineteenth birthday!
- November 10 - Vic Chou marries actress and girlfriend of four years, Reen Yu, shocking many fans.
- November 7-8 - Hana Yori Dango: F4 and First Kiss booth at Animate Girls Festival in Ikebukuro, Tokyo.
- November 5 - Ririka Kato interview in the November issue of Margaret.
- November 4 - second volume of Boys Over Flowers Season 2 published in Japan.
- October 23 - press conference for Hana Yori Dango: The Musical broadcast live on NicoNico.
- October 16 - interview of the main cast of Hana Yori Dango: The Musical published on "e+ Theatrix" website.
- October 9 – Hana Yori Dango Café opens in Shibuya, Tokyo.
- October 3 - My Margaret exhibition opens in Japan.
- September 19 – Yuya Matsushita, Jin Shirasu, Mackenyu, and Ryuji Kamiyama make first appearance as the F4 at the Tokyo Game Show.
- September 18 – Ryo Kimura, Nao Furuhata, Nami Tamaki, Tomoko Ikuta, and Keigo Yoshino cast in Hana Yori Dango: The Musical.
- September 17-20 – Hana Yori Dango: F4 and First Kiss game featured in Voltage's booth at the Tokyo Game Show.
- August 28 – Discotek Media announces plans to release the entire Boys Over Flowers anime, including the anime film in America.
- August 17 – Ririka Kato, Yuya Matsushita, Jin Shirasu, Mackenyu, and Ryuji Kamiyama cast in Hana Yori Dango: The Musical.
- July 3 – volume one of Boys Over Flowers Season 2 goes on sale in Japan.
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