Tag Archives: kdrama
Dramas which have doctors as protagonists, set both in the hospital and not, modern and historical. More to come in future installments of the theme.
These dramas focus on the good, supportive family relationships, where the family members are willing to go to any lengths to support their family and or individual members of their family. More to come in future installments of the theme. … Continue reading
Dramas exploring the relationship teacher vs student(s) but not necessarily in the school setting. Includes also interns and disciples and similar relations. More to be added in the next installment of this theme
Soul swapping, cross dressing or otherwise disguisng-pretending to be someone to deceive others are fairly popular themes in Asian mini soaps. They problematise the question of identity inasmuch the subject deconstructs himself/herself by adopting a new coating layer. A variant … Continue reading
Theme showing the struggles of finding and trying to reconnect with family members who were lost to us, orphaned children, children abandoned who want to find the truth about their origins. INDEX:
Slightly related to the theme of evil relative inasmuch as imposing family members tend to be seen as meddlesome and ununderstanding, wanting to force their own mind on the young ones. However, their intentions are not always bad, they often … Continue reading
One of the frequent themes in these tv series is a thoroughly exaggerated presentation of family members. They are portrayed as excessively greedy, rotten to the core, even bent on doing harm, stopping at nothing out of jealousy, greediness and … Continue reading
More overview of themes fromAsian Drama Land.
A story depends on schematas. The more common the schemata, the easier identifiable a story becomes…and perhaps more watachable as it offers pleasure rather than challenge. Here are some of the recognizable themes in Asian TV series.