1. Asian shows revolve around what Asians render as “true love”. There are BARELY any sex scenes in Korean dramas, let along kissing scenes.
2. Asian shows are VERY consistent with their couples. The drama usually revolves around a boy and a girl progressing to like each other, then staying together throughout the whole drama.
3. Asian shows have very few kissing scens (most of the time) but they’re memroable. The kissing scenes are usually very dramatic and memorable, it happens only a couple times and they make sure that it’s something that you’d remember.
4. Asian shows are usually very short. Korean dramas always end with 1 season.
And the most i like to watch is Korean Dramas. Korean TV dramas used to not travel much beyond Korea’s borders, but beginning in the late 1990 they began to acquire a strong following throughout east and southeast Asia, as well as in Hawaii, where they are screened with English subtitles.
A great number of TV and film stars also owe their current popularity to the success of TV dramas There are two main genres of Korean dramas, generally speaking. The first genre is similar to soap operas but without the never ending plot and frank sexual content. These dramas typically involve conflicts such as single and marital relationships, money bargaining, relationships between in-laws (usually between the mother-in-law and daughter-in-law), and often complicated love triangles while the female hero usually falls in love witthe main characters who may treat her badly since the beginning, instead of the one who always cares for her. Most plots of korean soap operas are similar where a love triangle is always present.