Foreign Soap Opera
February 3, 2008 9:48pm CST
Hello Guys, I am from Philippines and here in our country, local TV channels are also getting a show from Foreign Soap Opera. Korea Novel are click here. We have at most 2 slots for that foreign soap opera, and before, Mexican soap opera has become click in our country too. They dubbed the words so that we will understand the story. Some of the Soap operas being shown here on our local TV channel is the ROSALINDA, MARIMAR, F4, LOVERS IN PARIS, LAST DANCE and lots. I do wonder if your local channel to sometimes include in TV slots movies or soap operas on their listing. If ever it have, do you like watching the show? Note: sorry my post seems vague because I don't know what exact words to use on some of those terms there.
4 Feb 08
yeah my country certaintly have all this soap opera/drama airing at national tv. btw i'm from Malaysia.. we got from indonesia,mexico,thailand,korea,japan,n u country too as well... i watch them when i watch them..u know..like when i watch tv and they being aired at that time so i'll watch it... used to like RUBI (u should see it,worth to watch
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4 Feb 08
movie?? i dont think so.coz it has 115 episodes,but the description u gave is correct..rubi played by barbara mori..she the antagonist and lastly she become ugly n living alone..but she has a nephew n she teach her nephew to be like her..something like that
• United States
14 Aug 08
Unfortunately, here in the United States, they don't show any Asian soap operas on the main cable stations. You'd have to look into an expensive package plan to see that. I used to get the CCTV station when I was younger and loved staying up late to watch the latest dramas with my grandmother. Then the station was taken away from our programming so we had to rent and borrow from family friends to keep up with the shows (Taiwanese, Hong Kong, Mainland--we watched them all!). I've seen looked into watching these shows streaming online, however, so that's how I get my Asian dramas fix these days. My favorite right now is a Taiwanese show called "Fated to Love You."