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Boys Over Flowers by Yoko Kamio. This includes chapters, anime, dramas, characters, and more. The wiki format allows anyone to create or edit articles, so we can all work to make a comprehensive database.
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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
- December 2 - volume five of Season 2 to be released in Japan.
- October 25 - Hana Yori Dango anime released 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 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.
- June 28 - volume three of Season 2 published digitally by Viz.
- June 12 - Season 2 on hiatus until June 26.
- May 20 - Ku Hye-sun marries Blood co-star Ahn Jae-hyun.
- April 20 - Yoko Kamio participates in second Osomatsu-kun collaboration in tenth issue of Margaret.
- March 30 - Rui Hanazawa's birthday.
- March 29 - the second volume of Season 2 published digitally.
- March 19 - Time Slip! Toei Animation 80s-90s Girls published with an interview of Yoko Kamio.
- March 4 - third volume of Season 2 published in Japan.
- February 28 - Akira Mimasaka's birthday.
- February 11-14 - last five performances of Hana Yori Dango: The Musical at Sankei Hall Breeze in Osaka
- February 6-7 - two performances of the Hana Yori Dango musical held in Nagoya at the Aichi Arts Center.
- January 31 - Tsukasa Domyoji celebrates his birthday.
- January 28 - Hana Yori Dango musical premiere at the Fukuoka Sunpalace in Fukuoka.
- January 7 - "‘Boys over Flowers’ blooms on stage", read about Yumi Suzuki's decision to work on the musical.
- January 5 - premiere of Hana Yori Dango: The Musical at Theatre Creation in Tokyo.
- December 31 - Yoko Kamio opens up a Twitter account.
- December 22 - first volume of Boys Over Flowers Season 2 released digitally by Viz.
- November 10 - Vic Chou marries actress and girlfriend of four years, Reen Yu, shocking many fans.
- November 4 - second volume of Boys Over Flowers Season 2 published in Japan.
- October 9 - Hana Yori Dango Café opens in Shibuya, Tokyo.
- September 19 - Yuya Matsushita, Jin Shirasu, Mackenyu, and Ryuji Kamiyama make first appearance as the F4 at the Tokyo Game Show.
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