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    Default Chinese classical series vs. Korean classical series

    I have seen so many chinese classical series which are mostly from taiwan, tvb, and some mainland, since they all have the same culture. however, i haven't seen any korean classical series but i've heard about some of them such as jewel in the palace, and damo, there might be more. since i don't know much about korean classical series, i would like to hear your opinions. thank you!

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    I've seen Jewel in the Palace...It was my second series ever!
    I was pretty pleased with it, although it was REALLY LONG.
    BTW, what do you consider a chinese classical series? Any examples?
    hu ge, yang mi, yuan hong, liu shishi.
    wang luodan, li guangjie.

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    What do you want actually? You didn't clearly express that the first time.
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    I think they wanted opinions about how classical (ancient) K-dramas are in comparison to ancient C-dramas. The question is in the title as well, doesn't seem too confusing.

    C-dramas have way better costumes, that's all I gotta say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yearning
    I think they wanted opinions about how classical (ancient) K-dramas are in comparison to ancient C-dramas. The question is in the title as well, doesn't seem too confusing.

    C-dramas have way better costumes, that's all I gotta say.

    thank you!!! that's what i wanted to ask.
    i have seen some but i only know the titles in viet, so sorry i can't name all of them. but yeah...this is actually what i had in mind.

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    chinese ancient drama has a slight edge cuzz they been doing it for so long...

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    i prefer chiense classical series. i actually found jewel of the palace quite boring, except for the food in there that is

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiropuppy
    i prefer chiense classical series. i actually found jewel of the palace quite boring, except for the food in there that is
    oh i so agree w u i tot jewel wud be a blast (wel, not that it didnt) but i just cudnt get the hang of it...i prefer chinese ancient dramas still...watched emperor o the sea wch was real good at the first few eps but got real draggng towards the middle til the end how disapointing!
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