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Jang Geun Suk watches the Paralympics with 2,018 fans

whatakdrama on Tue, Mar 13, 2018

Actor Jang Geun Suk is a man of his word! On Saturday, he treated 2,018 fans to a Paralympic ice hockey game, just as he had promised at the beginning of the Olympic season. He chose to watch the Paralympics because “[The] Paralympics aren’t as popular as the Olympics…but they are as passionate and competitive as the Olympics. I made it a point to watch the Paralympics so that hopefully more people can be interested in them,” the Daebak actor said.


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7 Best Japanese dramas for beginners

Nancy Z on Tue, Jan 23, 2018

New Japanese romantic drama Spring Has Come is a welcome addition to our collection of Asian dramas at DramaFever. It reminds us to not neglect the other diverse and fascinating dramas we have from Japan. Here is a list of 7 binge-worthy J-dramas for your consideration. Tell us which J-dramas have been your favorites too! 


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8 Shows to watch while you wait for EXO Kai's Spring Has Come

Shelly M on Thu, Jan 11, 2018

Spring Has Come premieres on DramaFever this weekend! The short series promises to be full of touching family interactions, secrets, and a good dose of romance, and we can't wait! Kai's on-chemistry with Kurashina Kana and his connection with her TV family will definitely be worth the wait. How can we endure the next couple of days and the week in between episodes? An international film marathon will do! Enjoy Korean, Japanese, Chinese, American and even New Zealand gems, while you anxiously wait to see Kai's Japanese series debut.


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9 dramas that would be considered scandalous in real life

Shelly M on Thu, Jan 04, 2018

We hear so many scandalous stories in celebrity magazines on a regular basis. It's almost impossible to decipher the truth! Thankfully, Asian dramas are full of fantasy and fun and no one gets hurt. The best kind of scandal is make-believe. Let's revisit nine dramas that made outrageous scenarios enjoyable to watch.


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7 Romantic shows to get you excited for A Seven-faced Man

Shelly M on Wed, Dec 06, 2017

Stars Zhang Yi Shan and Cai Wen Jing are poised to lead an incredible cast this winter in the upcoming rom-com A Seven-faced Man. In the new series, which premieres on December 13, a wealthy man enlists the help of a medical intern to rid him of his multiple personalities. Look forward to all the zany antics that only an entertaining Asian series can deliver. In order to keep the excitement alive until mid-December, let's to marathon some other fun-filled Asian shows with leading characters who also had more than one identity. 


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Do monkeys fall from trees? (Hint: Proverb)

Fernando Moon on Tue, May 23, 2017

Proverbs or sayings encapsulate the traditional values of a culture; usually convey moral values and wisdom. Personally, I view proverbs as an art form of languages. Using proverbs is not a privilege just for native speakers; even if you think you are not fluent enough in your target language, learning its proverbs helps enhance speaking skills. (They make you sound fancy too!)

Some proverbs cannot be translated literally, but many are loaned from other languages. Oftentimes, many languages in the world even share similar sayings or proverbs.

That being said, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese do share various similar words due to Chinese language influence in Korea and Japan; proverbs are no exception. Proverbs are called 諺語 (yànyŭ) in Chinese, 속담 (sok-dam) in Korean, and 諺 (ことわざ kotowaza) in Japanese. Although they may not all originate from Chinese language, they contain the same meanings or convey the same messages.

Let’s look at some sayings that are frequently used in the three languages.


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Japanese Princess Mako to marry Prince of the Sea commoner

Nancy Z on Wed, May 17, 2017

A real-life Princess is getting married to a commoner after a secret romance. According to stunning news just released on May 17, Japan's Princess Mako will give up her royal status to marry her prince charming. How did they meet? How long have they dated? Find out more about the cute couple.


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